Podcast: Bowfishing, Noodling for Catfish, Texas Deer Hunting, African Hunting, High Fences and More with Guest Tim Jackson

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On this week’s episode, Dustin interviews Tim Jackson who is an avid outdoorsman and good friend of the show. Tim has many different outdoor pursuits and we cover many of them. We talk about hunting deer in Texas, high fences, hunting in Africa, noodling for catfish, bowfishing and other outdoor adventures in Texas and beyond. This was a very fun show and full lots of laughter and lively discussion. As always, thanks for listening!


Show Sponsor: Reel Sonar/NetFish App


Mentioned in Show
GARQUEST Bowfishing Adventures: http://www.garquest.com
Tim on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/garquest_bowfishing/
Tim on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tim.jackson.3367
Tim on Twitter: https://twitter.com/supermaglite
Holy Logan Jackson Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/holly.l.jackson.3
Dustin’s Website: http://www.dustinsprojects.com
Take the Bowfishing 101 Quiz: http://www.fishgame.com/bowfishing101
Texas Fish & Game Website: http://www.fishgame.com

About the Podcast: The Best of the Outdoors Podcast is optimized to bring listeners the best in hunting, fishing, shooting, bowfishing and other outdoor activities. The show is broadcast across a number of different audio platforms and serves as a source of education and inspiration for all things outdoors.


Texas Fish & Game is the largest and most popular outdoor publication in the Lone Star State. No other publication matches our coverage of hunting, fishing, guns, gear, tackle, conservation, outdoor news, and wildlife subjects. Our editorial cadre includes the best outdoor writers in the Lone Star State—all experts in their respective fields. This is the sportsman’s one-stop resource for information and education on Texas’ outdoors.


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