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Beyond the Kill.FM is the podcast brought to you by the creators of The Journal of Mountain Hunting, the world's only monthly, digital magazine dedicated exclusively to mountain and wilderness hunting. The act of hunting involves so much more than the taking of an animal's life. On this show we'll take you "beyond the kill" and into the people, politics, lifestyle, gear and fitness aspects of being a modern hunter.

Beyond the Kill.FM is the podcast brought to you by the creators of The Journal of Mountain Hunting, the world's only monthly, digital magazine dedicated exclusively to mountain and wilderness hunting. The act of hunting involves so much more than the taking of an animal's life. On this show we'll take you "beyond the kill" and into the people, politics, lifestyle, gear and fitness aspects of being a modern hunter.
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Beyond the Kill.FM is the podcast brought to you by the creators of The Journal of Mountain Hunting, the world's only monthly, digital magazine dedicated exclusively to mountain and wilderness hunting. The act of hunting involves so much more than the taking of an animal's life. On this show we'll take you "beyond the kill" and into the people, politics, lifestyle, gear and fitness aspects of being a modern hunter.

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Episodes

EP 129: How to Always Be Ready

1/11/2019
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On this episode, Adam is joined by Dustin and Ara from MTNTOUGH Fitness Lab. Adam, Ara, and Dustin take a deep dive on the difference between loving the process of training versus focusing on the outcome, and how an “always ready” mindset will improve all aspects of your life. If you struggle to stay consistent with a training program or tend to follow a boom/bust cycle year after year, this is the episode you need to listen to. This is one of the best training focused shows we’ve...

Duration:02:01:38

EP 128: Staying Sharp with Benchmade

1/4/2019
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We’re back! Happy New Year everyone! This episode was recorded on location at Benchmade HQ just before the holidays, where Adam was joined by Matt Elliott and Troy Hellman from the marketing team. Topics discussed include the history of the company, how and why knives are designed and built the way they are at Benchmade, the differences between a $30 knife and a $100 plus knife, what their hunting knife line-up looks like, and how to select the appropriate steel when purchasing a...

Duration:01:18:09

EP 127: Caffeine & Causes with Black Rifle Coffee Canada

12/21/2018
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On this episode, Adam is joined by Darren and Justin from Black Rifle Coffee Canada. That’s right, BRCC has a Canadian subsidiary. The three Canucks talk coffee, meaningful causes, and of course guns. If you’re a coffee drinker and a gun owner, you’ll enjoy this one. @blackriflecoffee www.blackriflecoffee.ca www.blackriflecoffee.com

Duration:01:17:20

EP 126: Making Sense of Colliding Worlds with Andrew Skurka

12/14/2018
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On this episode, Adam is joined by one of the most accomplished off-road endurance athletes to ever shoulder a backpack, Andrew Skurka. Renowned for his solo backpacking feats, Andrew’s list of accomplishments is extensive. He was named “Adventurer of the Year” by both National Geographic and Outside Magazineand has backpacked 30,000 plus miles (yes you read that right) while pursuing his passion for trekking. Beyond his endurance resume, Andrew is a hunter, and one hell of a curious guy...

Duration:01:27:09

EP125: Training Anti-Poaching Units with Jack Carr

12/7/2018
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On this episode, author Jack Carr is back to share his stories and insights from a recent trip to South Africa, where he was helping train an anti-poaching unit, and doing some research for another book in the James Reece series. Regardless of your interest in Africa from a hunting perspective, what happens there matters on a global scale. Jack’s observations and perspective on African hunting, poaching, and game management will help you understand a deeply misunderstood place. The...

Duration:01:55:45

EP 124: The Hunt of a Lifetime with Nolan Osborne

11/30/2018
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As promised, after running out of time to get into some storytelling in Episode 121, we brought Nolan back to share some highlights from the 2018 guiding season. What you’ll hear in this episode is the story of Nolan’s favorite hunt of the year and arguably the hunt of his lifetime. We’d bet his clients feel the same way. With some gear and hunting tips mixed in for good measure, this episode has something for everyone. @nmo

Duration:01:44:43

EP 123: Dialogue = Understanding with Rick Elder

11/23/2018
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On this episode, Adam is joined by Rick Elder of Beyond Clothing. Yes, Rick runs Beyond out of their Seattle office, affectionately known as The Acropolis, but more than that, he is an incredibly interesting dude with a very interesting perspective on a variety of topics related to the outdoor and sporting goods industry. Regardless of the outdoor pursuit you most passionately live for, this discussion with Rick is sure to get you thinking. @beyond.clothing @lawless_truth

Duration:01:08:40

EP 122: The Expedition Mindset with Polar Explorer John Huston

11/16/2018
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On this episode, Adam is joined by one of the most unique guests we’ve ever had on the show, polar explorer John Huston. John was one half of a two-man team that made the first American unsupported, 100% human powered expedition to the North Pole in 2009. It took them 55 days, covering 478 miles on skis, all while pulling sleds loaded with hundreds of pounds of gear. Let that sink in…still think late season hunting is hard? Although not strictly about hunting, this one is chock full of...

Duration:01:18:57

EP 121: Guide Life & Guide Lessons with Nolan Osborne

11/9/2018
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On this episode, Adam is joined by his good friend, and colleague, Nolan who just returned from a season of guiding Stone’s sheep, mountain caribou, Rocky Mountain goats, and moose. Adam and Nolan discuss what it’s like to spend 90 days straight in the high country of Northern BC, the enjoyment and frustration of working with horses, and some of the lessons Nolan took away from his 2018 season. @nmo

Duration:01:35:31

EP 120: Moose Hunt Hot Wash

11/2/2018
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On this short but sweet episode, Adam rolls solo and discusses some new gear/equipment he put through its paces, an embarrassing “won’t make that mistake again” lesson, and one of his tried and true backcountry menu items after a recent BC moose hunt.

Duration:00:35:47

EP 119: Thriving vs Surviving with Dustin Diefenderfer

10/26/2018
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On this show, Adam is joined by Dustin Diefenderfer of MTNTOUGH Fitness Lab in Bozeman, Montana. It’s the time of year when cold weather and tough conditions are the norm. But, it’s also one of the best times of year to cut a tag. If you can hack it. This episode will help you thrive when many hunters would rather hang up their boots. Backcountry Calorie Calculator Article Are You Born with Mental Toughness? @mtntough_fitness

Duration:01:16:33

EP 118: Tajikistan Debrief with Bryan Martin – Part 2

10/19/2018
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On this show, Adam and Bryan Martin of Asian Mountain Outfitters, pick up where they left off in Part 1. If you’ve never experienced a double-header rodeo, this one’s worth every minute and chock-full of shooting tips. We’ve been tight-lipped about what exactly happened on this hunt, but we disclose some solid details here in Part 2. Spoiler alert…ibex meat tastes great! @asianmountainoutfitters

Duration:01:02:42

EP 117: Tajikistan Debrief with Bryan Martin – Part 1

10/12/2018
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On this show, Adam is joined by Bryan Martin of Asian Mountain Outfitters. Adam and Bryan dig deep into the JOMH crew’s experience in TJ and cover a ton of material in this conversation. In fact, they covered so many topics, we decided to chop it into two parts. If you’ve been waiting for more details on how the hunt unfolded, you’re going to want to listen to these two episodes. @asianmountainoutfitters

Duration:00:55:03

EP 116: Strain or Die with Bert Sorin

10/5/2018
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On this show Adam is joined by his good friend and past guest Bert Sorin, the president of Sorinex Exercise Equipment. Bert is a husband, father, former hammer thrower and Scottish Highland Games athlete, and a deeply passionate outdoorsman. He’s also one of the more insightful and genuine men you’ll ever meet. Adam and Bert cover a wide (and deep) array of topics in this one…Eastern vs Western hunting, childhood hunting stories, exposing kids to the outdoors, and of course training and...

Duration:02:53:55

EP 115: NZ Tahr Cull and the Authoritarian Left

10/2/2018
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Regardless of whether you have any interest in Himalayan tahr hunting, this issue is about far more than tahr or even NZ politics. The lines have been drawn and our will to fight is being put to the test. Politically and emotionally driven wildlife management has become the norm and not the exception. In recent months, we have seen examples of this in British Columbia, the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, New Jersey and now New Zealand, to name just a few. This is a global issue that...

Duration:01:27:20

EP 114: Tajikistan – Raw & Unfiltered

9/28/2018
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***WARNING: EXPLICIT LANGUAGE IS USED IN THIS EPISODE*** On location in Dushanbe, the evening before they head home, Adam, Matt Comment and Connor Gabbott share some lessons, laughs, and thoughts on what it was like to chase ibex on the other side of the world. @taluscreative @mattcomment

Duration:02:02:29

EP 113: Inside Modern Huntsman

9/14/2018
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On this show, Adam is joined by Brad Neathery, Tyler Sharp, and Charles Post, the men behind Modern Huntsman. Through their publication and platform, they have taken it upon themselves to focus on both the non-hunting public and the dyed in the wool hunting community. This is no small task. And by all accounts, they are doing a damned good job of bridging the gaps that are necessary for hunting to remain relevant in these emotionally charged times. Adam, Brad, Tyler, and Charles dive into...

Duration:02:11:13

EP 112: Pre-Tajikistan Shooting Preparation

9/7/2018
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On this show, Adam is joined by John Warren of Leupold. Adam and John recorded this conversation on location in Oregon after a full-day on the range at the Leupold Optics Academy (LOA). Many hunters spend the bulk of their time practicing under ideal range conditions but, as we all know, you don’t always get the perfect shot opportunity in the field. So, with his Tajikistan ibex hunt looming, Adam wanted to take his marksmanship to the next level. John took Adam through a series of drills...

Duration:01:36:44

EP 111: Age Defying Fitness with Craig Marker

8/31/2018
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On this show, Adam is joined by Craig Marker, Ph.D., of StrongFirst. If you’re a long-time listener, you’ll likely recognize that organization’s name as they are, in our opinion, the best source of strength and conditioning research, education, and programming in the world today. Especially as it relates to those training for real-world applications. But this episode is about far more than preparing for the backcountry. The methods, tools and programming covered are applicable to anyone...

Duration:02:07:33

EP 110: This Might Be the Episode of the Year

8/24/2018
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On this show, Adam is joined by Jared Frasier, the Executive Director of 2% For Conservation, an organization that is serving a critical role in today’s conservation landscape. This is our longest episode to date…for good reason! Jared is one of the most insightful and outspoken guests we’ve ever had on the show, and this one’s an absolute MUST-LISTEN. Even if that means chopping it up into smaller chunks. Adam and Jared dig into a WIDE range of topics, including (of course) why 2% For...

Duration:03:01:16