Jay's Sporting Goods Podcast

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Synopsis

Welcome to the Jay's Sporting Goods Podcast page. Jay's is Michigan's original Outdoor Superstore... serving hunters and anglers since 1971.Hosted by Mike Avery

Episodes

  • -> click here for the September 2018 Episode

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    14/09/2018 Duration: 31min

    Pro Staffer Tim Roller of Whitetail Journey describes a recent whitetail hunt in Kentucky where heavy rain put a damper on his activities. He also talks about the anniversary of catching a world record brown trout on the Manistee River.

  • -> click here for the August 2018 Episode

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    10/08/2018 Duration: 22min

    Hunting Department Manager Erick Austin talks about trailcams, knives, blinds, bows and more.  Erik has great advice on what to look for and how much that new gear will cost.

  • -> click here for the July 2018 Episode

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    12/07/2018 Duration: 24min

    Archery department manager Mike Mullett has some great advice on getting ready for the upcoming season. He also talks about todays high tech bows and gear.

  • -> click here for the June 2018 Episode

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    16/06/2018 Duration: 22min

    Water sports expert Greg Larson describes why kayaks are so popular these days and has great advice on choosing the right kayak and accessories.

  • -> click here for the May 2018 Episode

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    10/05/2018 Duration: 19min

    We're talking what's hot for this summertime fishing season with Bryan Darland. He has great advice on what to look for when buying fish finders, navigation units and electric trolling motors.

  • -> click here for the April 2018 Episode

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    13/04/2018 Duration: 28min

    Food plots are the topic this month as we talk with Nick Percy of Killer Food Plots. Nick is one of the leaders in the food plot industry and has great advice on getting started, as well as maximizing your odds of hunting success.

  • -> click here for the March 2018 Episode

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    16/03/2018 Duration: 25min

    Suppressors are the topic with Jeania Canel. Jeanie describes how suppressors work, the process of buying one and how much they cost. Canel also talks about choosing the right suppressor and how to maintain that piece of gear.

  • -> click here for the February 2018 Episode

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    17/02/2018 Duration: 26min

    Tom Spencer from the Clare store describes what to look for in a gun safe. He talks about the fire rating, thickness of the steel and type of lock. Tom also has advice on where to put a safe. We wrap up with info about the big Gun Safe Sale coming up.

  • -> click here for the January 2018 Episode

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    20/01/2018 Duration: 26min

    Deer dogs are the topic with Jeremy Moore of the DogBone company. Jeremy trains dogs to recover whitetails for hunters and also to find shed antlers. His company has come up with a training system that he says will allow any dog owner to do the same.

  • -> click here for the December 2017 Episode

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    16/12/2017 Duration: 26min

    Joe Cook, manager of the the fishing department at Jay’s Clare store, has great advice on locating early season panfish, walleye and pike. The veteran ice angler also talks about about the new insulated shanties on the market.

  • -> click here for the November 2017 Episode

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    10/11/2017 Duration: 30min

    Dave Hildebrand is an expert muzzleloader from the gun department of Jay’s Clare store and he has great advice on all aspects of black powder shooting. He also discusses how to clean your gun and whether to hunt on a “clean” or “dirty” barrel.

  • -> click here for the October 2017 Episode

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    13/10/2017 Duration: 29min

    Some great tips on how to process your own venison this month. Mike Horswill walks us through the steps of field dressing, aging, butchering and freezing your deer. He also discusses the finer points of making burger, jerky and salami.

  • -> click here for the September 2017 Episode

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    14/09/2017 Duration: 30min

    Chad Stearns recently returned from dall sheep hunt in the mountains of Alaska and has a great story to tell about that adventure. It’s a story of hard work, perseverance and quite possibly, some divine intervention.

  • -> click here for the August 2017 Episode

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    10/08/2017 Duration: 28min

    Kenny Slavens describes the features to look for and the price range of trail cameras today. Then the discussion turns to ground blinds. The conversation wraps up with tree stands. Slavens has some suggestions on what to look for.

  • -> click here for the July 2017 Episode

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    17/07/2017 Duration: 20min

    We get a look behind the scenes at the business of fishing this month. Bryan Darland is at the ICAST fishing show in Orlando.  He’s there to check out the new products and gear being unveiled.

  • -> click here for the June 2017 Episode

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    16/06/2017 Duration: 18min

    Emily Bennett from the camping department has great advice on choosing the right tent and sleeping bag for your summertime outdoor adventure. She also discusses why kayaks are so popular and has some suggestions of what to look for.

  • -> click here for the May 2017 Episode

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    15/05/2017 Duration: 23min

    Tom Simmons has great advice on keeping your guns and other valuable protected. He discusses locks, fire resistance, interior configuration and where to put a safe in your home. Everything you need to know about buying a gun safe.

  • -> click here for the April 2017 Episode

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    14/04/2017 Duration: 29min

    Dave Cronk talks about the newest generation of fish finders and why side scan capability is so important. He also weighs the pros and cons of buying a pre packaged rod and reel combo and talks about the popularity of certain lures.

  • -> click here for the March 2017 Episode

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    09/03/2017 Duration: 31min

    Bryan Darland talks springtime river fishing for steelhead and explains why water flow and temperature are important, describes some popular techniques and suggests the right gear to get started. Then, Kenny Slavens talks about spring turkey hunting.

  • -> click here for the February 2017 Episode

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    09/02/2017 Duration: 18min

    Veteran coyote hunter Blaine Bailer talks about hunting the late season and how tactics change from earlier in the year. Blaine also has tips for calling fox and bobcats, then he shares the story of calling in a wolf in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.

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