28 March 2019

Our favorite hunting and shooting podcasts

Feeling a little sad now that quail season is wrapping up? Trust us, we feel the same. There’s no need to go into a deep depression, though. We’ve come up with a list of some of our favorite hunting and shooting podcasts that will feed your need for all things quail hunting and the outdoors during the off season.

Add these hunting and shooting podcasts to your list today.

We’ve linked our favorites to iTunes below, but feel free to find them wherever you listen to podcasts. Make sure to share, rate, and review your favorites.

Project Upland

Project Upland uses a mix of its award-winning films, quarterly magazine, website, and podcasts to tell the stories of men and women who are passionate about hunting. With so many great interviews and topics, the Project Upland podcast will sure to be one of your favorites.

The Orvis Hunting and Shooting Podcast

The Orvis name is synonymous with the outdoors, so it’s no surprise that it has a superb podcast built around all things hunting and shooting. The Orvis Hunting and Shooting Podcast covers a wide range of hunting topics, but we especially love their episodes on conservation and shooting tips.

The Hunting Dog Podcast

The Hunting Dog Podcast calls its podcast “an ever-growing diary of our life experiences with dogs and friends, some which are old, some which have passed on, and those that we have yet to meet.” Like listening in on conversations among friends, you will learn a ton and enjoy every minute.

The Hunting Collective

Host Ben O’Brien dives deep into some very important issues surrounding modern hunting – conservation, public image, its value system, and more - on The Hunting Collective podcast. You’ll find yourself totally immersed and will most likely finish each episode feeling more connected to the land and to the sport.

We bet that after binging on these podcasts you will have a few new tips and tricks up your blaze-orange sleeve to make next season even more fun and successful than the last. We are looking forward to seeing you back out in the field next fall!