Todd Mead is the author of three books, “A Lifetime of Big Woods Hunting Memories,” “Backcountry Bucks,” and the newly released “Pursuing Public Land Whitetails.” Mead, who grew up in Kinsbury, N.Y., a small rural farming community on the southeastern edge of the Adirondack Park, began writing when he was a child. Upon graduating from SUNY Oneonta, he took a job as an editor with Tribune Media. Although the company has changed hands since then, he is the head copy editor of the business, which is now called Gracenote, a Nielsen Company. Over the years, Mead has traveled across the country to hunt.
He has explored public lands in almost every state from Massachusetts to Colorado, giving him the background to write a book that will help people understand how to get started, where to go, and how to succeed. He has been featured in Outdoor Life magazine and North American Whitetail magazine. His work has also appeared in Adirondack Outdoors, Outdoors North, The Outdoor Gazette, Outdoors Magazine, and New York Outdoor News, among other places.
He has also been featured on the most listened to podcasts in the deer hunting world, including “Wired to Hunt” and “Big Buck Registry.” “Pursuing Public Land Whitetails” has something for everyone, from newbies to seasoned veterans. Todd will be attending our show with copies of all three of his books for sale. You can learn more about him by visiting his website: www.toddmead.com