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August 21, 2015 Comments (0) Conservation, Deer Hunting, Duck Hunting, Fishin, Huntin, Music, Outdoors, Photography

Bowhunting w/ Korbin’s Archery, Cody Jinks on Bass Fishing and New Tunes and Examining the Impact of the Feeder Industry with All Season’s Feeders

With bow season in sight, we kick things off by talking archery with Korbin Williams of Korbin’s Archery. A school psychologist by trade, Korbin’s Archery has been producing some of the archery industry’s premiere bow strings for nearly a decade now. Korbin talks about getting involved in the business and why he made his first set of strings.

As someone who was in the thick of things when TPWD decided to allow crossbows as part of the regular archery season, did Korbin see a significant uptick in the number of crossbow strings being ordered? We also discuss chasing big whitetails from Texas to Kansas! Korbin with last year’s Kansas brusier:

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Then, he’s a modern day Randy Travis. A true renaissance man on the country music scene and we are thrilled to have Cody Jinks join us in studio. We discuss Cody’s 3rd full studio album “Adobe Sessions” before taking a listen to a few of the tunes on the record- including the new single ‘Loud and Heavy’. We dive into Cody’s background and the artists that were influential in shaping the way he writes and sings his songs. (Cody in the Lone Star Outdoors Show studio)

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We then change gears and discuss Cody’s other passion- bass fishing. When he comes off the first thing he does to clear his head is head up to Lake Ray Roberts with his bass rig. He talks about his earliest memories of fishing with his dad and how he has continued that tradition with his kids. Cody gives us a couple of his favorite baits and also talks about his personal best largemouth.

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We round out the show by taking a hard look at the feeder industry and how deer feeders have shaped the way so many whitetail hunters actually harvest deer. All Season’s Feeders is an iconic Texas company that was founded back in 1987 when the feeder boom really began. Would there even be a deer blind industry if it wasn’t for feeders? Zach Gates joins us to talk about the history of the industry, from where it came from to where it is now. Often overlooked is the fact that feeders are perhaps the best management tool that a hunter has at their disposal.

We also discuss the All Seasons Feeders line up of BBQ Pits and Smokers. Don’t forget that our August 2015 Photo of the Month winner receives the 24 x 20 BBQ Grill as the grand prize! Be sure to get your submission in before it’s too late.

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