AB3, Host of The Bryant Land Country Podcast, talks with Mark James, Protection Specialist and Executive Director at Panther Protection Services Atlanta Georgia. Mark discusses his work in the protection services agency and how it translates into making him a great bow hunter and deer hunter. Mark pinpoints particular hunting skills he has learned, the hunting styles he prefers, and what it means to be an ethical hunter.
- AB3 opens up about being a father of a 13-year-old daughter.
- AB3 introduces Mark James from Panther Protection Services.
- Where did Mark James grow up?
- Mark explains the difference between protective services and being a bodyguard.
- What is a choke point?
- What are ways to be a more patient hunter?
- Mark James talks about using calls in his hunting procedures.
- Which guns are Mark James familiar with for hunting?
- Mark shares a story of proving other hunters wrong that may have underestimated him.
- What sorts of discipline does it take for hunting?
- What is Mark’s favorite height to hunt at?
- What are the differences between an ethical hunter and an unethical hunter?
- Make shares his favorite animal call.
- There are no reasons for children to have accidental experiences with firearms.
- Mark James talks about the importance of diversity in the hunting industry.
3 Key Points:
- Choke points are typically areas that restrict movement, slow things down, and channels things in a particular direction to create an ideal ambush site.
- Patience is an important aspect of being a successful hunter.
- An ethical hunter will make a bad shot but won’t intentionally take a bad shot.