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Deer Hunters Wanted.  

Feb 13, 2016

As deer hunters, we often try to be quiet in the woods so as not to spook the deer, but why? What do we really know about the sounds we make? Not many studies have been done on sound in the deer woods, but Adam Lewis, a physics teacher by trade, is determined to change that. He created a company called Sound Barrier Hunting that researches and tests those sounds that hunters commonly make and the results may not be what you thought. How far does a metal on metal clang travel and will that particular sound decrease your odds of scoring big on a deer hunt? Adams explains all this and more!

Jim Keller's Deer News:

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  • Missouri to Ban Feral Hog Hunting
  • Malaria Found in Eastern Deer Population
  • Don't Forget the Fruit Trees When Building Your Deer Plot


  • What's Happening in Saginaw Michigan
  • The Farm, Baseball, Basketball,and Hunting
  • The Science of Physics and Sound
  • Mr. Lewis, what is sound?
  • If a Tree Falls in the Woods...
  • The Good News and Bad News about Sounds We Make and Ways to Improve
  • The Study of Sounds and Mammals
  • The Ting of Metal on Metal
  • Deer Hear Loudness Similar to Humans
  • Frequency Range and the 8000 hz Sweet Spot
  • 24 Common Hunter Noises and Sound Lab Testing
  • The Sound Charts and Examples
  • Dry Crunchy Grass, Dry Leaves, and Weather Conditions
  • The Study of the Whitetails Reactions to Sounds
  • The King Ranch Collar Studies
  • How Sight and Hearing Work Together
  • Field Observations- What's Wrong with These Deer
  • Leveraging Sights and Sounds as a Deer Hunter
  • The Ultra Sonic Range - Up to 54,000 hz
  • Higher Frequency Sounds Carry Further and Localized Sound
  • Applying Knowledge to the Hunt
  • The 10 Rules of No Sound Noise Reduction
  • The Sounds that Hunters make 
  • Adam's Gear Check and Back Pack Contents
  • Adam's Most Memorable Deer Hunt
  • 10 Rapid Fire Questions
  • Where to Find Adam:

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

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