Clint Casper hunts 120 days out of the year and here he shares his stories and how he’s achieved his success. Clint runs the Working Class Bowhunter podcast and we met back in 2015 through Outdoor Insiders. He’s in his second year running the show on the CC Hunt Files platform. We start our conversation by talking about what it takes to run a podcast and the challenges that come along with it. The industry creates a lot of snake oil salesmen with their products and sponsors, and we share a few stories and laughs about it.
Clint is very vocal about what he uses and why he uses it on his podcast. He only promotes what he uses, which means he truly endorses what he shares on his shows. Clint also doesn’t get paid to hunt for a living and he talks about all the different jobs he does. We talk about the right way to get into the hunting industry and why you should find a job that gives you a lot of time while generating a steady income.
Hunting isn’t always fun, and Clint shares a story about when he quit a mule deer trip after 8 days. He threw in the towel mentally, and for the next year, it was all he thought about. It was the worst and best thing to happen to him and since then, Clint’s been adding more days to his hunts. He shares how he defines success and why some of his best hunts were ones where he didn’t even release an arrow. Clint also talks about some of the toughest trips he’s had, how they tested him, and what he learned.
Short Description: Clint Casper hunts 120 days out of the year and here, he shares his stories and how he’s achieved his success. We talk about the snake oil salesmen in podcasting, the right way to get into the hunting industry, and why some of Clint’s most successful hunts were ones where he didn’t even release an arrow. Clint also shares stories of some of his toughest hunts and the lessons he learned.
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