On the Road to a Great Podcast
I have been listening to this podcast for a few months now, and it has become one of my favorites. I really enjoy hearing about new gear and tactics for hunting in the South. The hosts have great chemistry and knowledge. The guests they have interviewed have been top notch, and the hosts do a great job with their questions.This show has the content and ability to become the “Meateater of the South.” With that said, the show lacks some of the production skills that more professional podcasts have. At times it is blatantly obvious that this show is homemade. The only thing this show is missing is a producer, and I believe this podcast would take off. For example, the show needs to be edited, and someone needs to control the length. Some episodes seem to go on forever. The biggest problem is audio quality. There have been times that I couldn’t understand what people were saying because of poor audio. I don’t want to miss any small pearl of hunting wisdom!I gave this review to provide honest feedback, and to help the hosts hear genuine listener concerns. I want none of my comments to reflect poorly on the podcast or it’s hosts. I genuinely enjoy the show, and want to help it improve. This show is great for beginning hunters, or people like me that learned hunting from their Pawpaw. While my grandfather was a great hunter, he didn’t exactly stay abreast of new hunting trends. I like when the hosts dispel some of the old hunting rumors with fact based research. Overall, my message is to keep up the good work! And give us some suggestions for good Georgia public hunts!
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