JesseCoots wrote: rfickes87 wrote: JesseCoots wrote:
Ridgerunner7 wrote:Jesse is a brash, tell it like it is guy with a mouth like a sailor but he really is a good guy. If you are opposed to foul language I would skip his podcasts altogether because that’s just the way he is. In his intro podcast he stated a disclaimer that there will be some foul language. If you can get past that the guy is an absolute killer and one of the best bow hunters I know.
Hey thanks for the kind words man, Yes I am brash! haha I wanted to start a killer DIY Hunting podcast that was geared for 'How to killing', Not really a childrens show. I know that's rough but its honest. If people want an edge they can tune in, if they are offended they can tune out, either way I understand and appreciate everyones input and will absorb and grow from it. Thanks for being a part of my circle Andy, Honored to rub elbows and trade knowledge with a Cat like you.
Thanks Andy Jesse
Ryan here from PA. I haven't listened to your new podcast yet but I did listen last year to your wired2hunt ep 200 podcast with Joe and Andy. I am a 50+ hour work week, family man, hockey coach and an average joe bowhunter
. So my time is very limited and I need to be efficient as possible. I really related to everything you had to say and wanted you to know. Efficient killers are the guys I really like to look up as I get older in my 30s now with kids and a wife. I could care less about some 200 a guy on the outdoor channel killed on a managed food plot in Iowa. I killed 2 good bucks on 3 sits last year with the bow and 1 on 9 sits this year, all public. Guys like you had a part in that, so thank you. Please feel free to stop back here on the beast and help us out. Would be nice to go over maps, bedding, wind, strategies on here, I'm sure everyone else would appreciate it to. Thanks again!
Dude you made my day! My entire goal with this podcast and honestly any conversation I have about hunting is to personally get better or to help someone else get better. To know an average guy like myself possibly gave an average guy like you the slightest advantage makes me smile! If you listen to the podcast I just did with Andy we touch base on being fast and efficient, admittedly I am learning th ecraft of hosting and don't think Im very good at all but I am studying these comments and pointers and will adjust and get better as we go! Thanks for the kind words and any input or ideas you may have, All the best Ryan. Jesse
Here’s one way to think about it in my mind...
Think of a successful hunt as a 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle. Each puzzle piece is a key element of the hunt and a potential podcast topic. Here's the thing: we (especially us newer folks) don't have a picture to use as a reference to put the pieces together. Remember how you used that picture on the puzzle box to solve the puzzle? Yeah, we don't have that.
How would you guide people to put that puzzle together through the spoken words of a podcast? What would help people put all those pieces together to build a successful hunt?
You can build that picture through the guests you have, the topics you choose to pursue and the line of questioning that you use.
It might be a swing and a miss if you try to get one guest to cover it all. But a series of guests can build the shape, size and image of each piece that will go a much longer way to building that picture.
Make any sense?