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HendFam Stories – Cooper Landing, Alaska “The Road Podcast”

The whole Henderson family is driving home from some real good fishing' on the Russian River. We are passing through Cooper Landing on the Kenai Peninsula, talking about flossing reds and fighting strong fish in the current. There is a cooler full of sockeye fillets in the back of Juno, our green Ford Excursion and we are headed north to our next adventure. This episode was recorded on June 28th, 2018. I'm a bit late getting it out but I hope you enjoy some of our family shenanigans :-)...


010 Mark Huelsing of the Hunt Backcountry Podcast

Mark Huelsing is a husband to one very patient and understanding woman, a father to two amazing kids, a hunter, an explorer, a wanderer, a thinker and a writer. Mark loves to share his passion for the outdoors with others through stories of success and failure. He has written for various publications including Field & Stream, Petersen’s BOWHUNTING Magazine, Extreme Elk,, Wired to Hunt, Rokslide, and many others. Mark is the host of the Hunt Backcountry Podcast. You can find...


009 Bjorn Olson and Kim McNett

Bjørn Olson has made an art of wilderness bikepacking in Alaska. He envisions coastal shorelines, frozen rivers, game trails, and tundra as opportunities to explore ambitious new routes to cycle in all seasons. Combining packrafts with fatbikes, Bjørn and partners have pedaled and paddled their ways through long wilderness adventures with their “go-light, go-far” ethic. Bjørn is a renaissance Alaskan adventurer. The son of a hunting guide, he is an accomplished sea kayaker, he plays in...


HendFam Stories – Seldovia, Alaska

The whole Henderson family (Abe, Jess, Malachi, Josiah, Hazel, Hadley and Adelaide) sit down and tell stories about their recent adventures in Seldovia, Alaska on June 26th, 2018.


008 Bretwood “Hig” Higman and Erin McKittrick

Bretwood “Hig” Higman has a PhD in Geology and his partner Erin McKittrick has a Masters Degree in Molecular Biology. Together Hig and Erin are known for trekking long distances in Alaska by foot and packraft, including a one-year trek from Seattle, Washington to the end of the Alaska Peninsula, approximately 4,000 miles. In 2013, Hig and Erin journeyed approximately 800 miles around the Cook Inlet with their two children, Katmai (4) and Lituya (2). Katmai walked every step of the journey....


007 Ryan “Sthealthy Hunter” Lampers and Jeff “Lusty Lusky” Lusk

Ryan Lampers is an accomplished backcountry mountain hunter and co-host of the Hunt Harvest Health podcast with his wife and Naturopathic Dr., Hillary Lampers. The Lampers can be found on Instagram @huntharvesthealth, @sthealthyhunter and @dochillary and on the web at Jeff Lusk is a self proclaimed "manly man" and a member of the Hunt Wild crew based out of Washington State. Jeff enjoys all aspects of a hunting adventure from start to finish. Jeff can be found on...


006 Ridiculousness with Heather Kelly, Brad Hurd and Jess Henderson

***CUSS WORDS*** This episode is a bit of a party! If you aren’t in the mood for silliness sprinkled with cuss words, you might not like this episode. If you do choose to listen, I’m warning you, you might giggle once or twice. Kenton, Kenton, Kenton Clairmont, Marshmallow the Lone Survivor, Knee inflammation and Ego, CAT scans for your joints, The Carnivore Diet, Kale cravings, How much peanut butter I take into the backcountry, Brand New Heather’s Choice meals - still in R&D, Heather’s...


005 Packrafting and Zorbing with Thor and Sarah Tingey and Dustin Coy

Meeting Roman Dial, Thor’s 700 mile trek across Alaska, The birth of Alpaca Raft, The contrast of hunting and other outdoor sports, The most generous game warden in the world, Black sands of the southern coast of the Alaska Peninsula, Caribou packraft hunting in Alaska, The perfect solo packraft for Alaskan hunting, and the crazy sport of Zorbing. Links: Backcountry Hunters & Anglers Bretwood Higman and Erin McKittrick - Mud Flats and Fish Camps...


004 Chasing Dreams with Jess Henderson

Tea Wisdom, Tackling bears and fears, Salmon Slam 2018, The two names of the five Pacific Salmon, Moving a family of seven into a travel trailer, The odds of getting charged by a bear, Grocery shopping for five kids, Mountain therapy, Life with infant twins, Our deepest wound, How I became a guide in Alaska, Meeting Greg Springer, Choose fuel not baggage, The best of 2017, Hadley’s fire, How Abe lost his job, The moving plan, Homer spit campground, Parting Wisdom. Five species of Pacific...


003 Eleven Rams with Scott Luber

The coolest slam in self-guided hunting, Black bear ribs as a culinary treasure, Wanton waste in Alaska, Don't you hike 30 miles one-way to go hunting?, Sheep hunting stories, Even more sheep hunting stories, How to judge a legal ram, Scotts recommendation for the best game species for your first hunt in AK, Skamania Lodge Proving Trails Adventures Lace ‘em Up...


002 Running With Elk with Jeremy Humphrey

83% lifetime success of bowhunting elk????, The most athletic elk hunter no one has ever heard of, What good elk habitat looks like, Bull elk roar (not bugle), Mental fatigue, Starving as a strategy, The opening weekend tagged-out blues, Wind? What wind? Jeremy's competitive advantage, How Jeremy uses elk hunting to train for his biggest competitions, and so much more... If you want to get ahold of Jeremy for more info on the Cool Yo'self bandana or for questions about his running...


001 Blood Mentors and Epic Bonks with Ryan Lampers

I hang out with Ryan and talk about: Mushroom hunting vs shed hunting, An epic Idaho DIY elk hunt, Where to find huge Nevada velvet mule deer, How Ryan's mentor made him a better hunter, Crawdads and high country elk, Maple syrup coffee, Picking fights with big bulls, Picking fights with bigger bulls (seriously - the story is in here), Why NW Montana is a TOUGH place to find a mature Muley, but worth it, A Christmas morning rabbit hunt with P, How to prevent epic bonks. On X Maps...