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    I drive a lot for my job and listen to podcasts most of the time. Just wondering what some of your guys favorites are. Donít have to be hunting related. Right now the four I have in my library are ; hunt talk, meat eater, elk talk, and Cody Rich

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    What other interest away from hunting do you have? sports, news, movies, etc?

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    Pardon my take is my sports podcast. It keeps me laughing all day.

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    Gritty Bowmen, Wired to Hunt, The Hunting Collective are all good.
    If you’re into baseball, specifically sabermetrics and free thought about baseball, Effectively Wild is great
    To see America as history, to conceive of destiny as a becoming, to smell a hickory tree through the still lapse of ages- all these things are possible for us, and to achieve them takes only the free sky, and the will to ply our wings~ Aldo Leopold

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    mike rowe has a good one.. they're pretty short too

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    Thanks guys Ill have to check the baseball ones for sure.

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    For archery centric check out Archery Uncensored

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    Once you get past his first name, Jocko is my favorite thing out there currently. He is a retired Navy Seal who typically starts the show by reading from an older military text. He then will analyze certain aspects of the book and sometimes also have a guest on that is relevant to the story. I am a podcast freak and can't say enough about his show.

    http://jockopodcast.com/

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    Joe Rogan, Joco, Cleared Hot, Radiolab

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    Quote Originally Posted by SD-Esox View Post
    Thanks guys Ill have to check the baseball ones for sure.
    Fangraphs Audio is pretty good too. Carson can annoy you at first, but he grows on you
    To see America as history, to conceive of destiny as a becoming, to smell a hickory tree through the still lapse of ages- all these things are possible for us, and to achieve them takes only the free sky, and the will to ply our wings~ Aldo Leopold

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    Ill second Joe Rogan - I listen to the others you talk about but Joe Rogan has some awesome guest. I dont listen to everyone of his guest but cherry pick the interesting ones .

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    I thought Shit Town was interesting.

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    Hardcore history, by dan Carlin is a must. Takes a historical subject and goes goes savage on it.

    The serial killer podcast, is awesome. A serial killer is picked and there story is told.

    Terrible thanks for asking, is unique a chick just gets people on that have gone through the worst things imaginable.

    The last podcast on the left, title is not political. 4 comedians go in depth about interesting subjects. You must listen to the jones town episodes, super interesting.

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    First season of Serial was good. S-Town also. Both of these were NPR productions and are interesting stories. +1 on both Hardcore History and The Joe Rogan Experience. FYI the Hardcore History Podcasts tend to be between 3 and 8 hours long each. Great for road trips or long days on the tractor.

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    I work nights, so am also always on the hunt for more podcasts. Some of my favorites are (and some of these are repeats):

    Last Podcast on the Left
    Hardcore History
    Joe Rogan (have to pick and choose ones that seem interesting - check out Neil Degrasse Tyson, for example)
    Dr Death
    Beautiful Anonymous
    The Dollop (listen to the one on Hugh Glass or "The Rube" - they are some of the first ones and absolutely hilarious)
    Gritty Podcast
    Embedded
    Meateater
    Wired to Hunt
    ...and of course Hunt Talk and Elk Talk!

    I listen to a lot of different podcasts, but those ones stand out for me. I'm definitely looking for more comedy podcasts to fill the early morning hours. Sometimes it's nice to only listen half-way - you have to really pay attention to hunting and history podcasts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godsstepbrother View Post
    Hardcore history, by dan Carlin is a must.
    Hardcore History is absolutely amazing - hundreds of hours of content - I have listened to every minute.
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