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Northland Outdoors ambassador goes all in on deer hunting

Alex Comstock, who launched the website whitetaildna.com while he was in college and manages a corresponding YouTube channel, is an avid deer hunter and shares his passion for everything outdoors.

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Northland Outdoors ambassador Alex Comstock.
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Northland Outdoors ambassador Alex Comstock joins host Chad Koel in this episode of the Northland Outdoors Podcast.

Northland Outdoors launches its ambassador program and introduces six members of the team.

Comstock, who launched the website whitetaildna.com while he was in college and manages a corresponding YouTube channel , is an avid deer hunter and shares his passion for everything outdoors.

“I just I really fell in love with it and deer hunting is something I just latched on to,” Comstock says.

The Duluth hunter talks about his trail camera setup, his favorite moments, tips and the intimacy of bow hunting.

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Timestamps:

Open / Introduction

3:00 / Comstock talks about his website and increasing his visual skills

5:43 / Where his passion comes from

9:14 / Learning from missed opportunities in the field

12:06 / Other contributors to his site

19:38 / Who has influenced his hunting

23:28 / Opinions on presenting the hunt online

27:38 / Deer and turkey hunting methods

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34:37 / How to deal with landowners

37:45 / How to analyze land for hunting

40:40 / What hunting should be

Related Topics: NORTHLAND OUTDOORSHUNTING
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