Podcast: Fall Whitetail Rut Hunting Strategies and Bowhunting with Guest Lou Marullo

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On this episode, Dustin sits down with Texas Fish & Game Magazine’s hunting editor Lou Marullo and talk hunting strategies for whitetail deer and the two share their passions for the pursuit of bowhunting in Texas and beyond.

Lou shares many tips for hunting the rut during deer season and tips and ideas you may not have thought of before to increase your odds on bagging that buck of a lifetime or some meat for the freezer. Whatever the pursuit, this was a fun podcast! Thanks for listening.

Mentioned in the Show:
Grim Reaper Broadheads: https://grimreaperbroadheads.com  
Gold Tip Arrows and Bolts: https://www.goldtip.com 
Lumnok Lighted Arrow/Bolt Nock: https://lumenok.com/ 
DB Hunting Ranch/Processing & Taxidermy: http://dbwildgameprocessing.com 

Ozonics: https://www.ozonicshunting.com

Vapor Trail Outdoors: http://vaportrailscents.com/

Hill Country Bowhunters: http://hillcountrybowhunters.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. Host Dustin Warncke is a critically-acclaimed author, outdoor writer for TF&G and other publications, video and audio producer, speaker and blogger who has excelled in many areas of outdoor media.

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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