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May 6, 2017

Rob Richardson lives a primitive life,  commuting across a pond to get to and from his home and vehicle for work.  His home is equipped with solar electricity and Rob's cell phone reception allows him to watch his favorite show The Rifleman.  But television is the least of his concerns.  Rob's true form of entertainment is found in the woods, hunting for sheds, or deer, or turkey or checking game cameras or talking to others about shed hunting, or helping others find a wounded deer, or playing fetch with his shed hunting dogs.  And when he's not doing any of those things, you might find him with a brush and easel, painting an image of a buck that he has stuck in his head.  Rob finds many a shed in his New Hampshire deer woods each season, which is unusual considering how few antlers there are to actually find in New Hampshire.  Rob sticks out as one of those outdoorsmen that seems to be particularly gifted at his craft, so, we felt an interview was only appropriate.

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HERE'S WHAT WE DISCUSS:

  • Landlocked, Went to Pennsylvania Once
  • Freedom, Common Land Laws
  • They Called Me Bruce, Art Geek
  • Painting Pictures in Your Head
  • When'd You Grow the Beard?
  • Not Shaving Until I Get a 200lb Buck
  • 200 in OH vs 200 in NH
  • Solar Power, Primitive Living, By Boat and Snowmobile
  • Heat, Fire, Coffee and Homesteading
  • Off the Grid, Pioneer Woman
  • NH Shed Hunter's Club
  • Shed Hunting in New Hampshire and the Southern Exposure
  • Deer Are Stressed in March
  • Topo Maps, Saddles, Food, Weather and Snowfall
  • Homework, Time, Research, Years of Study
  • Mast, Acorns, and Thermal Barriers
  • Still Hunting for Sheds, Not Moving Too Fast
  • 100,000 Deer in NH, What Are the Odds?
  • Adding a Dog and Jeremy Moore's System
  • Keeping Your Dog Under Control in the Woods
  • You're Not on that Ridge, You're Here
  • Working the Wind with a Dog
  • Vermont Legs and Mount Kearsarge
  • Blood Tracking Dogs
  • The Correlation Between Shed Hunting and Buck Habits
  • New Rules, Bed High, Eat Low
  • 10 Rapid Fire Questions and a Deer Story

 

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This Show was Written, Edited, and Produced by Jason “Jay” Scott Ammann

Deer News Written and Recorded by Jim Keller

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