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Will Brantley

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Dr. Will Brantley "Dope with Lime": Ep. 19

"Dope with Lime"

In this episode, we speak with Dr. Will Brantley, Professor of English at Middle Tennessee State University. His book, "Feminine Sense in Southern Memoir" won the Eudora Welty award for interpretive work of scholarship in modern letters. In "Feminine Sense," Dr. Brantley looks at the autobiographic works of Lillian Smith, Zora Neal Hurston, Eudora Welty, Ellen Glasgow, Lillian Hellman, and Katherine Ann Porter. As well, he has written on the FBI’s 134-page file that they kept on Lillian Smith and her activities. Today, we will speak with him about that file and its importance in our understanding of Smith’s life and work.


27 Jul 2021

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Tips for Choosing and Purchasing a New Bow with Will Brantley

Bowcast Podcast - An archery and bowhunting podcast.

"Tips for Choosing and Purchasing a New Bow with Will Brantley" Will Brantley, Hunting Editor of Field and Stream Magazine stops by to chat about trying out some new bows, to allow yourself the opportunity to test out and choose the right bow for you. He walks through the steps he and his team performs to test out a new bow. Links Field & Stream Website Field & Stream Facebook Field & Stream Article "The Best New Compound Hunting Bows of the Year"


1 May 2021

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Will Brantley | Kentucky Off-Season

Realtree Outpost

Tyler Jordan passes the torch to Will Brantley, the new host of the Realtree Outpost podcast. They cover deer season takeaways, wintertime trapping, and plans for spring gobblers.


8 Feb 2021

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Ep.16: Hunting Editor of Field and Stream- Will Brantley

Ryan Furrer Podcast

Will Brantley is a permeant fixture in the outdoor industry. One that wears many different hats you might say. From his freelance writing, he's also the  Hunting Editor of Field and Stream magazine, as well as along with  his wife they own Brantley Outdoors which specializes in content management and consulting for some of the industries largest brands.  Ohh, let's not forget,  they also do some guiding in the fall at their place in Western KY.  They stay busy. Will is very versed in "all things Outdoors" Topics discussed but not limited to: The unfortunate shooting on Reelfoot lakeTrials and tribulations of a Public Land HunterHunter recruitment Youth involvementAs always please share your thoughts and feedback. Enjoy! 


7 Feb 2021

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Tag Teaming Turkeys with Will Brantley

America Outdoors Radio Podcast

Will Brantley - Hunting Editor for "Field and Stream Magazine", talks to host John Kruse and shares tips to help you bag a spring gobbler from a recent article he wrote that emphasizes pairing up with a fellow hunter to tag out on more turkeys.  Air Date - April 11, 2020 - America Outdoors Radio www.americaoutdoorsradio.com https://www.fieldandstream.com/story/hunting/how-to-team-up-on-spring-gobblers/


3 Jan 2021

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Ep. 392: Mastering December with Don Higgins, Neil Dougherty, Gabe Adair, and Will Brantley

Wired To Hunt Podcast

Today on the show we’re hearing from four different whitetail experts about the challenges and opportunities presented to deer hunters by the month of December. Joining me is Don Higgins, Neil Dougherty, Gabe Adair, and Will Brantley. Topics discussed:  The importance of food sources Reasons to love the late season Bad weather for big bucks  Playing the long game Arguments for sleeping in  Late season calling How and when to check cameras  Avoiding burning out your best spots  When to take a late season risk  The crucial roll of bedding  Keeping the faith  Connect with Mark Kenyon and MeatEaterMark Kenyon on Instagram , Twitter , and FacebookMeatEater on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and YoutubeShop MeatEater MerchSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

1hr 39mins

26 Nov 2020

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#30 Early Season Deer Tactics | Tyler Jordan and Will Brantley

Realtree Outpost

Stand access, scent control, and wind direction are some of the most important factors on an early season deer hunt. On this week's Outpost Podcast Tyler Jordan chats with Will Brantley about a few early season do's-and-dont's and a few tips that have made them both better early deer season hunters. 


10 Sep 2020

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Will Brantley: Hunting Editor for Field & Stream Magazine

The Wild Huntsman

Will Brantley joins us!Topics covered:Squirrel skinningFootwearUsing the craze over caliber selection to mess with friends and co-workersOutdoor writing.Will backing up his biohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zjjpW-To3MsReach out to us at thewildhuntsmanpodcast@gmail.comFind us on Instagram @thewildhuntsmanpodcast 


4 Jun 2020

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Episode 60: Will Brantley- Why Your Should Ditch Your Bow-Brand Loyalty This Year

Hunt For Real

RELATED ARTICLES & WEBSITES:Will Brantley Field & Stream ArticlesHunt KentuckyKentucky Hunting ForumKentucky Deer BaitingThe Best New Compound Hunting Bows of the YearThe Best New Hunting Crossbows of the Year5 Steps to Successfully Hunt Velvet BucksThis New Demand for Asian Carp Might Help Our Waterways

1hr 6mins

21 May 2020

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The Huntavore - Wild Game Recruitment with Will Brantley

Sportsmen's Nation - Western Big Game Hunting

Will is from Kentucky where he enjoys chasing whitetails and squirrels.  As the Hunting Editor for Field and Stream Magazine, will is in a roll where he is writing for new and veteran hunters alike.  His articles are informative and quite detailed. Something about hunters, we always want to know caliber, gauge, pounds at draw, let off etc.Will’s Article “Hunting is Much More than Meat: https://www.outdoorlife.com/hunting-is-about-much-more-than-meat/Now it sounds like Will was put up to writing this article, not to blast the locavore movement, or foodies making elaborate wild game dishes.  However to not sell hunting short by making it glorified grocery shopping. Many hunters or new hunters have different motivations. While Nick’s may be the chance to gain a beautiful backstrap, Will’s motivation to get up early and get cold could be entirely different.  Another point that Will brought up was veteran hunters, who have served venison for decades and love it, are being off put by “newbies” who are telling them they are doing it wrong. It's a balancing act, as new hunters join and show their newness, veterans will be there to guide them, but don’t tell your mentor he overcooked his backstrap. Huntavore is Powered by Simplecast


19 Nov 2019