As a master storyteller Roger talks about his faith, life, family, weight loss, hunting, his life stories, world events, and just about anything else that comes to his mind. His "Morning Coffee" talks have been viewed by millions, and never cease to inform and entertain!
Its a great day in the "Deer Woods," deer are moving and you see a nice buck! You're shaking with anticipation...a chance to kill a trophy buck, when you hear the dreaded blow and stomp of the Matriarch Doe. Jiminy Christmas, there goes the neighborhood!
The Last Trip To Alberta (The Big One) - Part 3 • Morning Coffee
After days of miserable cold and no deer movement, Roger abandons the blind and discovers the mother of all scrape lines. Just before dark a shot rings out, then another, and the mystery unfolds into more bad news for Roger.
The Last Trip To Alberta (Pie Plates) - Part 2 • Morning Coffee
Roger's arrives at camp and no one can hit the broadside of a barn with their rifles on shooting confirmation day! Roger breaks out the pie plates and instills some confidence into his fellow hunters before the hunt begins...
The Last Trip to Alberta - Part 1 • Morning Coffee
Roger doesn't leave Oklahoma before the wheels start falling off the bus...With a cameraman on new medication, beer in Denver and a mutiny in Calgary, you can tell where this hunts headed before it even starts.
The Guymon, Oklahoma Hunt - Part 3 • Morning Coffee
Roger puts his Guide hat on and spots a big buck bedded down in the middle of an open prairie next to a yucca bush. Roger directs his hunter's stalk to within 30' of the big bucks bedding area! Jiminy Christmas, what a story!
This is the first of a 4 part series where Roger talks about the importance of having water on or near the property you are hunting. Remember...no water, no rubs, no deer! Add that to your property check list!
This story is a sad commentary on how we as hunters have let social media and chat rooms affect our character and judgement. Listen to Roger's story and learn what not to do, especially when a fellow hunter's consideration gives you an opportunity of a live time....
Who says good guys finish last? Roger does everything right by the Land Owner and his long list of restrictions. However, the Land Owner did give Roger the green light on a Big 8 should he see him, which the Land Owner had presumed to be dead. Sit back and enjoy the rest of the story....
Roger gives some valuable advice on hunting etiquette, building trust, developing friendships and being a considerate hunter. Whether you are in the field, in camp, or back at home, be a considerate person...please. You can say want you want about Roger Raglin, he is a man of his word. Listen and...
Roger's friend Gordy Oats finally talked Roger into one last deer hunt in Saskatchewan only this time in early October. The weather was warm, the blind was small and mature deer were scarce. Then the biggest bodied Whitetail buck of Roger's Career walked in....you'll have to let Roger tell you th...
Hunting Buddies (It's Over) Part 3 • Morning Coffee
Hunting buddies are fun to have but they are not necessary. Especially when their values are not in harmony with your own. Roger's two Hunting Buddy requirements are simple, Be Safe and Follow The Rules. Roger's friend couldn't figure that out and his hunting days with Roger were over.
Hunting Buddies (Finding Fred) Part 2 • Morning Coffee
Roger met Fred, a big 10 point buck and the games began! Fred's hide out was in the middle of the Prairie in a little ole brush pile no bigger than a car. Roger tries rifle, muzzleloader and bow to no avail. See how the story ends and remember, never name your deer!
Roger and his "Hunting Buddies" discover the secrets of public hunting on the Copan Oklahoma Prairies and learn a valuable lesson about following the rules of group hunting. Part One of a Three Part Morning Coffee.
Road Rage is not a good thing and is a problem in which no one is immune. The Secret is to be patient, forgiving and thankful you and your loved ones are safe. Leave the rest in God's hands and just let it go and move on. Happy New Year!