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EP 474: Dale Evans Mid-Season Catch Up Session

The Rich Outdoors

Sports & Recreation

This week my good buddy Dale Evans swings by the studio to catch up and talk about how season is going. Dale is a full time videographer and photographer who works for Randy Newberg and Fresh Tracks Tv. This year has definitely been a weird year between fires, warm temps, and more hunters out than usual. We talk about work life balance and juggling it all this time of year. For the record I never claimed to have a healthy grasp on this. We also talk about upcoming hunts, adventures, and changes to the season. Show Notes:  Intro – Season To Date – 0:03:23 Dale’s Filming Career & Hunts – 0:17:54 Upcoming Hunts – 0:28:02 Work Life Hunting Balance – 0:36:22 Photography, Advice, & Field Work – 0:46:50 Whitetail Talk & Closing – 1:00:06 Real quick before we get started if you are an avid elk and mule deer hunter like me you are going to want to check out our Patreon feed. Patreon is a platform that allows creators like me to add extra content for the diehard fans. Join our Patreon feed and get access to hundreds of bonus episodes specifically deep diving into elk and mule deer hunting. Our Wapiti Wednesday and Mule Monday episodes are packed with a lifetime of knowledge that will shave years off your learning curve. We dive deep into some very high level hunting conversations focused on the tactics of how to be successful. For just  $5 a month you not only get access to an exclusive elk and mule deer podcast every week but you also get access to every Wapiti Wednesday and Mule Monday we have recorded in the last two years. Head over to Patreon.com/therichoutdoors and if you aren’t 100% satisfied with our exclusive content I will even refund you your $5 back. This podcast is brought to you by ON X Maps. ON X maps is not only the number one mapping system for public private boundaries, but for me is my go to Navigation, E-Scouting, and all purpose GPS. With the ability to save maps on my phone before I head out On X has become  my go-to system for every hunt. On X is constantly pushing the limits of what a mobile app can do and has launched a ton of great features that make me a  more successful hunter. A couple of my favorite features right now are the ability to share waypoints and routes. Whether with my wife before I head out or with hunting buddies sharing waypoints for various pins, I use this constantly. With the ability to now uses tons of different icons and colors my mapping system is more organized and easier to read than ever. These are just a fraction of the new features and why I choose On X maps over anyone else. Be sure to use the code TRO when you sign up or renew and you will save 20% off.


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