'From Field to Plate' founder Jeremiah Doughty comes on to detail some of his methods to preparing excellent game meals. 'The Wild Chef' shares some of his secrets, as JP and Dave show how green they really are in the kitchen. An episode every cook could learn from!
Dave and JP discuss flipping a boat and treading water to land a fish in the first segment. In the second, Wil Newlin of Bass Unlimited joins the show to go over the mission, goals, and future of the organization.
Phillip Vanderpool of 'The Virtue' joins Pro Talk Outdoors to discuss how some health concerns in the whitetail deer population in parts of the United States are causing massive changes, and threatening herds across several states.
One of The Outdoor Channel's leading personalities, Kip Campbell of 'Red Arrow' joins the show. Kip shares with the boys how his award winning TV show was started as a college project. JP tells how turkey ticks keep biting him where the sun doesn't shine, and the gang discusses the struggles of early season preparation.
One of the pioneers of hunting television joins the show to discuss his ascent to the pinnacle of the outdoor TV world. He and Dave go back several years, and rehash some old times together. Mike Clerkin proves to be an encyclopedia of hunt, and personal accomplishment.
Hunting Entrepreneur Matt Busbice joins us to talk his humorous 'method' to great business success in the outdoor industry. JP asks about some of Matt's worst first dates.
JP and Dave discuss several topics, including a pair of hot takes on competition rules in professional bass fishing. Post Spawn tactics, lessons learned, as well as a new practice by Indiana DNR all make the show.
The Great American Fisherman, Roland Martin joins Pro Talk's tenth episode to dish on a lifetime of great stories, and adventures. This episode isn't limited to his bass fishing exploits either, as Roland reveals a surprising preference.
The PT boys bring you an episode on site from their week long trip to Toledo Bend Reservoir. The Whataburger Challenge victor is revealed, and Toledo Bend Lake Association president John Toliver joins the show to dive into the deep history of the lake, and it's mammoth lunkers.
Luke Clausen joins the show as this episode features the Bull Shoals/Norfork dual location format for this weekend's Elite Series event. Luke also answers the 'Pro Talk Tough Question of the Week', regarding digging in your girlfriend/wife's purse. Click to listen!
Pro Talk's best episode yet! This episode the boys laugh...a lot, introduce "Rush it, or Flush it" as well as the "Pro Talk Tough Question of the Week"...which raises the question of what to do on a boat when Mother Nature calls. B.A.S.S Elite Series angler Chad Morgenthaler joins in the second block and answers the "Tough Question", and hilarity ensues. Chad also discusses upcoming tourney formats, and building momentum for the rest of the season.
Don Higgins joins the show as Dave and JP take notes. Higgins discusses whitetail consulting, food plotting, and much more!
Dave and JP bring a new topic into the fold...NASCAR racing. They discuss their fandom over the years, rule changes, as well as how Fantasy sports has impacted the popularity. In their second segment, NASCAR driver, reporter, wrestling promoter and restaurant owner Hermie Sadler joins the show. Sadler discusses everything from motor racing to Italian food in this light hearted episode.
The boys reveal their bracket picks, and welcome Hoosier basketball insider Justin Albers of allhoosiers.com in segment two. Justin dishes on the NCAA selection committee, his sleeper picks, and Indiana's outlook for the tournament. March Madness in full force on Pro Talk!
Continuing their gamut of topics, the fellas kick off episode three by recapping their southern Indiana whitetail season. They make a big splash in the second segment by bringing on Jeff Lindsey, star of the upcoming series "The Lindsey Way" on the Sportsman Channel. Jeff discusses everything from whitetails, to day job, and how his time on "Drury Outdoors" helped jump-start his coming TV series that is set to premiere in June.
Dave and JP go headfirst into one of their favorite topics; college basketball. This episode includes a segment with Hoosier basketball legend A.J. Guyton, as he dishes on the current state of the game, and the differences from the way it was played at the turn of the century just a short sixteen years ago.