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John Stallone Interviews Hunting Pros to get inside hunting tips and tactics western big game hunting, bowhunting, mule deer, elk, whitetail deer and predator hunting. Formerly Interviews With The Hunting Masters

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United States

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John Stallone Interviews Hunting Pros to get inside hunting tips and tactics western big game hunting, bowhunting, mule deer, elk, whitetail deer and predator hunting. Formerly Interviews With The Hunting Masters

Language:

English

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14807726847


Episodes
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Hunting with Brad Alan

6/17/2024
Did a quick podcast with Brad Alan while I was on the road, Brad travels to hunt all over and has a different perspective on hunting that I feel is valuable to find success.

Duration:01:10:55

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Hunting Success in Every State with Chris Neville

6/10/2024
Hunting Success in Every State with Chris Neville Show Notes: Chris Neville got his start in the hunting industry working for GOHUNT, where he spent six years after joining right out of college. He recently moved out to Fort Collins, Colorado, and he’s now out on his own doing freelance and consulting work for companies in the hunting space. Chris grew up in Iowa hunting whitetail and as a former eastern hunter, he’s now getting acclimated to how you do things out west. Chris and I talk about planning hunts in other states where things are unfamiliar. It definitely takes a certain skill set to find success in every state and knowledge is power. You also have to know the state’s rules and regulations and doing as much research as possible gives you a leg up. Chris shares the most important information hunters should retain and we chat about using GOHUNT’s features as helpful tools. We chat about the differences in scouting in the east compared to the west and how to find the best tag opportunities. The process of getting tags is becoming tougher, but figuring out what you want to get out of a hunt is the best first step. Chris shares his process for picking an ideal hunting spot, some tips and tricks to use GOHUNT to your advantage, and his go-to tools to use while out in the field. What’s Inside: Mentioned in this episode Days In The Wild Podcast Phoenix Shooting Bags save 20% with code johnstallone Howl for Wildlife: https://www.howlforwildlife.org/ Chris Neville on Instagram GOHUNT Website GOHUNT on YouTube Short Description: Chris Neville is a hunting industry freelancer and consultant who spent six years working at GOHUNT. Here, Chris shares tips on how to find success on your hunts in other states. Chris shares his process for picking an ideal hunting spot, some tips and tricks to use GOHUNT to your advantage, his go-to tools to use while out in the field, and more. Tags big game hunting, hunting tips, hunting guide, buck hunting, hunting stories, hunting advocacy, GOHUNT, hunting strategy, elk hunting

Duration:00:58:13

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Expert Bullet and Rifle Tips with John McAdams

6/3/2024
Expert Bullet and Rifle Tips with John McAdams Show Notes: John McAdams is the host of the Big Game Hunting Podcast and he’s here to share some stories and his wealth of hunting knowledge. John grew up in East Texas and joined the Army right out of high school, which then took him all over the country. He gained a ton of hunting experience in the different states where he’s lived, and he also caught the bug to go hunting in Africa. On John’s podcast, you’ll hear a lot about his trips to Africa as well as his perspectives on hunting across the U.S. He also covers cartridge profiles, comparisons and bullet performance. We kick our conversation off with a discussion on the best bullets and cartridges to use and we talk about a client I took out hunting and discussed in a past episode. We also talk about shot placement and how different animals handle getting taken down. John and I chat about long range shooting, the difference in expansion and how that can impact your results. For hunters on a budget, John shares his recommendation for the one cartridge and rifle you should have in your collection. We also talk about how to choose the right bullets and projectiles and your best options for shooting in windy conditions. What’s Inside: Mentioned in this episode Days In The Wild Podcast Phoenix Shooting Bags save 20% with code johnstallone Howl for Wildlife: https://www.howlforwildlife.org/ The Big Game Hunting Podcast Short Description: John McAdams is the host of the Big Game Hunting Podcast and he’s here to share some stories and his wealth of hunting knowledge. John and I chat about long range shooting and his recommendation for the one cartridge and rifle you should have in your collection. We also talk about how to choose the right bullets and projectiles and your best options for shooting in windy conditions. Tags big game hunting, hunting tips, hunting guide, buck hunting, hunting stories, hunting advocacy, bullets, cartridges, shot placement, rifles, rifle hunting, ballistics

Duration:00:59:21

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AZ deer hunts Hunter Wheems

5/27/2024
Me and Hunter discus AZ deer hunts, changes, bonus points, some tactics and all around overview check out hunters IG Hunter Weems (@arizonacustomhunts) • Instagram photos and videos

Duration:01:01:46

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Bow tuning for Hunting Ben Gifford

5/20/2024
Ben Gifford of AZ Archery Club and I sit down and discuss bow tuning, arrow building and hunting

Duration:00:58:39

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Secrets to a Solid Elk Hunt with Sam Davis

5/13/2024
Secrets to a Solid Elk Hunt with Sam Davis Show Notes: Sam Davis grew up in Wyoming, spending a ton of time outdoors and his dad was an outfitter. He’s been bow hunting since he was 15 out West, shooting everything from mule deer to elk. Sam’s a DIY hunting guy and goes for over the counter tags. He’s also been a guide for 23 seasons. Growing up, Sam didn’t realize how much being around animals shaped his hunting career, but looking back, he’s seen a ton of stuff that many guys won’t. I pick Sam’s brain about elk hunting, and we kick things off by talking about the best ways to narrow down hunting areas. We talk about why you shouldn’t be afraid to communicate with other hunters to pick up good tips and the top terrain features to look for when you’re scouting elk. Sam likes to work with drainages, open pockets where elk feed, and areas where they can bed, and he walks through his techniques. Then we get into Sam’s ideal day of elk hunting. He’s an aggressive hunter, and he likes to move towards elk immediately after spotting them. Sam also shares what he’s learned from past hunts, how he handles hearing an elk while he’s glassing, and a story where he had an a-ha moment that changed the way he hunts. What’s Inside: Mentioned in this episode Days In The Wild Podcast Phoenix Shooting Bags save 20% with code johnstallone Howl for Wildlife: https://www.howlforwildlife.org/ Short Description: Sam Davis grew up in Wyoming, started bow hunting at 15, and has been a guide for 23 seasons. I pick Sam’s brain about all things elk hunting, including the best ways to pick hunting areas and what an ideal day of hunting looks like. Sam also shares what he’s learned from past hunts, how he handles hearing an elk while he’s glassing, and a story where he had an a-ha moment that changed the way he hunts. Tags big game hunting, hunting tips, hunting guide, buck hunting, hunting stories, hunting advocacy, bow hunting, elk hunting, scouting, glassing, terrain

Duration:01:04:18

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Tales from the Bow Hunt with Trevor Thompson

5/6/2024
Tales from the Bow Hunt with Trevor Thompson Show Notes: Los Angeles native Trevor Thompson didn’t grow up hunting, but you’d never know that today. He tried his hand at art school before joining the Navy and being a member of the Seal teams for nine years. After getting out, Trevor did a little bit of contracting before working for Black Rifle Coffee and now he works for Protekt Products, a veteran-owned supplement company. Before he started working at Black Rifle, Trevor got introduced to bow hunting on a black bear hunt and was immediately hooked. He hasn’t gone a year without taking an animal since, and he mostly eats meat from his hunts at home. Trevor’s getting ready to head up to Kodiak to guide for brown bears. We chat a bit about the nature of bear hunting, how it’s changed, and how quota limits get set. Trevor shares a story from a tough elk hunt he had last year on the west coast of Oregon. He had his mind set on using only a self bow, but things didn’t turn out quite as expected. We trade a couple other stories from past bow hunts and mind-boggling shots, and Trevor shares the story of how he got his first animal with a longbow in Maui. If you’re a Howl for Wildlife member, you’ll get a discount on Protekt supplements. Check out their website below. What’s Inside: Mentioned in this episode Days In The Wild Podcast Phoenix Shooting Bags save 20% with code johnstallone Howl for Wildlife: https://www.howlforwildlife.org/ Protekt Products Trevor Thompson on Instagram Short Description: Los Angeles native Trevor Thompson didn’t grow up hunting, but you’d never know that today. He’s a whiz with a bow and we get into some great stories from past hunts. Trevor also shares all about his background, lessons learned from a tough elk hunt, and how he got his first animal with a longbow in Maui. Tags big game hunting, hunting tips, hunting guide, buck hunting, hunting stories, hunting advocacy, elk hunting, bear hunting, bow hunting, self bow,

Duration:00:52:03

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Catching Elk Fever with Ty Stubblefield

4/29/2024
Catching Elk Fever with Ty Stubblefield Show Notes: From being a part of Born and Raised Outdoors to becoming the Executive Director of the Montana Wild Sheep Foundation, Ty Stubblefield has spent the last 25 years in hunting and conservation. Here, I pick Ty’s brain on elk hunting and he shares some stories from out in the wild. Ty started elk hunting when he was in high school without any mentorship, but after graduating, he joined up with a hunter at the sawmill, where he sharpened his skills. Ty started out rifle hunting, but his mentor introduced him to bow hunting. Because his early hunting career was a struggle, Ty’s mission now is to help hunters learn as much as possible. Ty shares some of the biggest lessons he’s learned along the way and how he shot his first elk with a bow. You have to have a killer instinct and he says that’s the only way to be successful. Some people don’t have it, but it can be learned with consistency and practice. Ty and I talk about his go-to approach for choosing an elk hunting area, his top criteria for picking a spot, and what he does once he gets there. We discuss how predation impacts where you hunt and how to draw the right tags. We also get into tips for creating opportunities in high pressure areas, Ty’s top elk calls, and some of his best hunting stories. What’s Inside: Mentioned in this episode Days In The Wild Podcast Phoenix Shooting Bags save 20% with code johnstallone Howl for Wildlife: https://www.howlforwildlife.org/ Short Description: From being a part of Born and Raised Outdoors to becoming the Executive Director of the Montana Wild Sheep Foundation, Ty Stubblefield has spent the last 25 years in hunting and conservation. Ty and I talk about his go-to approach for choosing an elk hunting area, how predation impacts where you hunt, and how to draw the right tags. We also get into tips for creating opportunities in high pressure areas, Ty’s top elk calls, and some of his best hunting stories. Tags big game hunting, hunting tips, hunting guide, buck hunting, hunting stories, hunting advocacy, elk hunting, conservation, bow hunting, rifle hunting, elk calls, predation

Duration:01:15:24

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Baker Leavitt

4/22/2024
Hunting Gets Political with Baker Leavitt Show Notes: Baker Leavitt is a Broker of Expertise and the Director of Strategic Relations over at Black Rifle Coffee Company. In the 2000s, he made a fortune in real estate, but when the economy crashed, he lost everything. From there, he went to NYU to learn Arabic, and he started the drink company Kill Cliff, which he sold in the late 2010s. He then started up a consulting company called Digital Mongoose, and today he invests with several top companies. We kick off our conversation by discussing a recent incident in Wyoming where someone got fined for torturing a wolf. Most of the hunting community, including Howl for Wildlife, was appalled and it’s our goal to see some better legislation passed. Shockingly, some people are against the person being punished, and we share our thoughts. Baker and I talk about his fishing trips, one of which was with Donald Trump Jr.! Every year, Baker shoots one elk, and he shares his experiences hunting in Utah and Colorado. He lives in Florida, but he also has a farm in Georgia where he hunts whitetail. Baker loves turkey hunting, too. We talk about some of the political stuff Baker’s involved in, and we wrap things up with Baker sharing a story about an elk hunt on horseback in Idaho. What’s Inside: Mentioned in this episode Days In The Wild Podcast Phoenix Shooting Bags save 20% with code johnstallone Howl for Wildlife: https://www.howlforwildlife.org/ Baker Leavitt on LinkedIn Short Description: Baker Leavitt is a powerhouse entrepreneur and investor, and he joins me to chat about hunting, politics, and more. We discuss the recent wolf incident in Wyoming and all the places Baker likes to hunt and fish. We also talk about some of the political stuff Baker’s involved in and we wrap things up with Baker sharing a story about an elk hunt on horseback in Idaho. Tags big game hunting, hunting tips, hunting guide, buck hunting, hunting stories, hunting advocacy, anti-hunting, elk hunting, fishing, politics, hunting legislation

Duration:01:00:47

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Ryan Carter changing techniques

4/8/2024
Elk Hunting Update with Ryan Carter Show Notes: Ryan Carter stopped by to chat with me at the recent Hunt Expo. Ryan and I go back a long time, and it’s been a while since we last caught up. Ryan’s an elk outfitter in south Utah and heads up DC outfitters. We kick things off by talking about what’s been going on with Howl, which has been taking off like wildfire. I briefly touch on NGOs and the mistrust that sometimes happens with donations. Next, we get into elk hunting. The last time we spoke, Ryan talked about how he does things differently when he locates bulls, especially around camera usage. Here, he shares how his techniques have changed and his current go-to plan of action. We also talk about how much confidence comes into play, and Ryan shares a story of how he and a client took down a couple of bulls. I asked Ryan about his bull targeting approach, and he shared all the details. We also talk about client expectations in outfitting versus what’s actually possible, how Ryan keeps track of bulls once the rut starts, and why the amount of effort you put into hunting directly impacts your level of success. What’s Inside: Mentioned in this episode Days In The Wild Podcast Phoenix Shooting Bags save 20% with code johnstallone Howl for Wildlife: https://www.howlforwildlife.org/ Ryan Carter on Instagram Short Description: Ryan Carter is an elk outfitter in south Utah and heads up DC outfitters. It’s been a while since we last caught up and here, we chat about how his techniques have changed since then. We also talk about setting client expectations in outfitting, how Ryan keeps track of bulls once the rut starts, and why the amount of effort you put into hunting directly impacts your level of success. Tags big game hunting, hunting tips, hunting guide, buck hunting, hunting stories, hunting advocacy, elk hunting, rut, bulls

Duration:00:42:47

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Marc Smith and Jeremy Dugger

4/1/2024
Muleys with Marc Smith and Jeremy Dugger Show Notes: Marc Smith, and Jeremy Dugger (AKA Muley Mojo) joined me at the Hunt Expo. We enjoyed the show and got to catch up on a bunch of good stuff. Marc moved out into the Four Corners area of New Mexico back in ‘94/’95 for his job, and he met Jeremy, who was working at the local archery shop. They immediately hit it off, and they’ve been a dynamic duo ever since. Marc and Jeremy share some stories from their hunts, and we kick off with a good one that shows how they split responsibilities between Jeremy’s scouting and game eye and Marc’s magnetic mule deer aura. We talk about whether or not game eye is a God-given gift or if it’s something that can be developed with practice. The guys also share how their seamless teamwork helps them bring down big bucks. Jeremy gives some of his best scouting tips, why he’s a fan of tracking over glassing, and some of the tools he uses to get the job done. We chat about why getting up in scoring takes away from what hunting’s all about, how we feel about having to fill every tag we get, and Jeremy and Marc’s epic “shining beams” story. What’s Inside: Mentioned in this episode Days In The Wild Podcast Phoenix Shooting Bags save 20% with code johnstallone Howl for Wildlife: https://www.howlforwildlife.org/ Marc Smith on Instagram Jeremy Dugger on Instagram Short Description: Marc Smith, the Muley Slayer and Jeremy Dugger (AKA Muley Mojo) joined me at the Hunt Expo. Marc and Jeremy share some stories from their hunts, and Jeremy gives some of his best scouting tips. We chat about why getting up in scoring takes away from what hunting’s all about, how we feel about having to fill every tag we get, and Jeremy and Marc’s epic “shining beams” story. Tags big game hunting, hunting tips, hunting guide, buck hunting, hunting stories, hunting advocacy, mule deer, mule deer hunting, bow hunting, tracking, glassing, scouting

Duration:01:02:20

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Jana Waller and John Bair

3/25/2024
Making Strides in Advocacy and Conservation with Jana Waller and John Bair Show Notes: I got to hang out with the dynamic duo, Jana Waller and John Bair, at the recent Western Hunting & Conservation Expo in Utah. Both of them are power players when it comes to hunting advocacy efforts, and I’m so thankful I got to chat with them. Jana has been in the hunting industry for 14 years but has been a hunter her whole life. She’s got 30+ years of big game hunting experience and started out hunting with her dad in Wisconsin. John is also known as “John the Auctioneer,” and he’s one of the most successful conservation auctioneers in the nation. He served as Chairman of the Board on the Wildlife Board in Utah and has over two and a half decades of serving and volunteering experience in conservation throughout the state. John’s family has been in the Colorado ranching business for over 100 years, and he grew up an avid predator hunter. John and Jana have done a ton to help us out at Howl for Wildlife, and together, they belong to 15 different conservation organizations. Hunting advocacy doesn’t work unless hunters are active, and here, we talk about some of the current efforts that are making a difference. We also talk about reaching and educating non-hunters, fundraising wins and challenges, and more. What’s Inside: Mentioned in this episode Days In The Wild Podcast Phoenix Shooting Bags save 20% with code johnstallone Howl for Wildlife: https://www.howlforwildlife.org/ Short Description: I got to hang out with the dynamic duo, Jana Waller and John Bair, at the recent Western Hunting & Conservation Expo in Utah. Both of them are power players when it comes to hunting advocacy efforts and have done a lot for Howl for Wildlife. Here, we talk about some of the current efforts that are making a difference, reaching and educating non-hunters, fundraising wins and challenges, and more. Tags big game hunting, hunting tips, hunting guide, buck hunting, hunting stories, hunting advocacy, hunting legislation, education, non-hunters, howl for wildlife, fundraising

Duration:00:46:03

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Dialed In Hunter, Josh Kirchner Coues , muleys and hunting in general

3/18/2024
A Chat with the Dialed In Hunter, Josh Kirchner Show Notes: Josh Kirchner runs Dialed In Hunter, a blog that not only documents his own journey and growth as a hunter but also provides gear reviews, tips/tactics for western hunting and encourages other hunters to chase and achieve their goals. He’s a passionate bowhunter who has been hunting with his family since he was small. For the last six years, Josh has been eating, sleeping, and breathing the hunting lifestyle. Josh also does freelance writing for various online editorials and print publications. He provides high quality photos with every article, which have been used by companies like First Lite, Exo Mountain Gear, Katadyn, and Dark Timber Coffee. Josh shot a pretty good Coues deer recently, and here we recap some highlights from his hunt. I also share my own story about the buck I shot, and we talk about our ideal range to shoot from with a bow. We also talk about how having a family changes the way we hunt, breaking into the hunting industry, and the importance of observation and creating the right opportunities. What’s Inside: Mentioned in this episode Days In The Wild Podcast Phoenix Shooting Bags save 20% with code johnstallone Howl for Wildlife: https://www.howlforwildlife.org/ Dialed In Hunter Blog Dialed In Hunter on Instagram Short Description: Josh Kirchner runs Dialed In Hunter, a blog that not only documents his own journey and growth as a hunter, but provides gear reviews, tips/tactics for western hunting, and encourages other hunters to chase and achieve their goals. Here, recap a Coues deer hunt, talk about how having a family changes the way we hunt, and the importance of observation and creating the right opportunities. Tags big game hunting, hunting tips, hunting guide, buck hunting, hunting stories, hunting advocacy, dialed in hunter, observation, Coues deer hunting, bow hunting

Duration:00:54:18

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Why Hunting Activism Matters with Dan Gates

3/11/2024
Why Your Activism Matters with Dan Gates Show Notes: Dan Gates runs Coloradans for Responsible Wildlife Management (CRWM) as Executive Director. CRWM was formed back in 2017, and they do a lot of hunting lobbying, advocacy, and education as a 501(c). Their mission is to enhance, promote, and defend the North American model of wildlife conservation and responsible wildlife management. Dan is also the President of the Colorado Trappers and Predator Hunters Association and he’s been working with us on some things for Howl for Wildlife. Dan has intimate knowledge of wildlife issues and believes that if you’re not sitting at the table, you’re on the menu. Politics is part of wildlife conservation, but many hunters just want to hunt and not get involved. There are only a few people in the fight, and we’ve lost a lot of ground due to our current organizations not being organized properly. Here, Dan and I talk about how CRWM is working to make significant changes and cast a wider net. There’s a big disconnect in the hunting community when things come up that seemingly don’t impact them directly. Dan shares his thoughts on how we can get people to connect the dots. We also discuss what Dan’s doing to make key changes in the legislature, how the anti-hunting world tries to push their agenda, and more. What’s Inside: Mentioned in this episode Days In The Wild Podcast Phoenix Shooting Bags save 20% with code johnstallone Howl for Wildlife: https://www.howlforwildlife.org/ Save the Hunt Colorado Short Description: Dan Gates runs Coloradans for Responsible Wildlife Management (CRWM) as Executive Director. Here, Dan and I talk about how CRWM is working to make significant changes and cast a wider net in the advocacy world. We also discuss what Dan’s doing to make key changes in the legislature, how the anti-hunting world tries to push their agenda, and more. Tags big game hunting, hunting tips, hunting guide, buck hunting, hunting stories, hunting advocacy, save the hunt Colorado, conservation, hunting legislation, CRWM

Duration:01:08:39

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March Howl Cast Syndication

3/8/2024
March Howl Cast Syndication Join The Pack

Duration:00:53:29

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Creating opportunities to find success

3/3/2024
Creating opportunities and how that translates into success even in Florida Show Notes: The Southern Collective is composed of consummate outdoorsmen whose roots stretch across the Deep South and who believe in Hunt Camp. They’re bringing it back by hosting hunting camps across the South, creating relatable content for the southern outdoorsman, and by creating a Digital Hunt Camp for those times when we can’t be in the great outdoors. I recently had the opportunity to collaborate with the Southern Collective on a podcast episode where we cover all things Florida hunting. Florida can be described as the pinnacle of hard work, and we dive into tips and lessons learned. Hunting in Florida tops my list of toughest hunts, and a huge part of it is the bugs alone. We get into terrain challenges, hunting on public vs. private land, and more. Creating opportunities is a big part of success in hunting, regardless of which state you’re hunting in. I share my thoughts on how to make things happen, including finding your edge and tracking your progress. We talk about how important confidence is and how it can make or break you, and we share some stories about what we’ve learned along the way. What’s Inside: Mentioned in this episode Days In The Wild Podcast Phoenix Shooting Bags save 20% with code johnstallone Howl for Wildlife: https://www.howlforwildlife.org/ Southern Collective on Instagram The Southern Collective Hunting Podcast Short Description: I recently had the opportunity to collaborate with the Southern Collective on a podcast episode where we cover all things Florida hunting. We get into terrain challenges, hunting on public vs. private land, and more. Our conversation also includes why you should always track your progress, how to create opportunities, and why confidence can make or break your hunting game. Tags big game hunting, hunting tips, hunting guide, buck hunting, hunting stories, howl for wildlife, the southern collective, Florida hunting, confidence, deer hunting, bow hunting, rifle hunting

Duration:01:15:32

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Michael Cravens Hunting in AZ

2/18/2024
Arizona Wildlife Federation Podcast Collaboration with Michael Cravens Show Notes: Michael Cravens runs the Arizona Wildlife Federation Podcast, and we recently joined forces to do a show together. Michael is the Advocacy and Conservation Director for the Arizona Wildlife Federation, which is the oldest conservation organization in the state. The group’s roots are in sporting, and they formed back in 1923 to create the first commission for wildlife management in Arizona to take it out of the hands of the legislature. The Arizona Wildlife Federation works on education, volunteer habitat improvements and restorations, and advocacy, which is Michael’s primary role. He tracks good and bad bills and acts accordingly as it benefits the organization. Here, Michael and I discuss some of the things going on around the country right now and how they bleed into what we have going on in Arizona. It’s so important for citizens to be educated on wildlife issues so they can make informed voting decisions on what’s happening. Michael and I chat about misinformation and what we can do to combat it. We also share our thoughts around conservation vs. preservation, why hunting advocacy impacts far more than just hunting alone, and much more. What’s Inside: Mentioned in this episode Days In The Wild Podcast Phoenix Shooting Bags save 20% with code johnstallone Howl for Wildlife: https://www.howlforwildlife.org/ Arizona Wildlife Federation Podcast Arizona Wildlife Federation Short Description: Michael Cravens runs the Arizona Wildlife Federation Podcast, and we recently joined forces to do a show together. Michael and I chat about misinformation and what we can do to combat it. We also share our thoughts around conservation vs. preservation, why hunting advocacy impacts far more than just hunting alone, and much more. Tags big game hunting, hunting tips, hunting guide, buck hunting, hunting stories, howl for wildlife, Arizona wildlife federation, Arizona wildlife podcast, hunting advocacy, hunting legislation, conservation, preservation, misinformation

Duration:01:08:42

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TBT Kip Fowler on Mule Deer

2/14/2024
This throwback Thursday taking it back to Kip Fowler to talk about Mule deer hunting

Duration:00:46:02

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No more deer hunting

2/12/2024
In our first syndicated HOWLCAST Update of 2024 we focus on How hunting is much more interconnected than you think and how losing hunting in other states will affect you. We also discuss two of the hotspots that need nationwide attention and support from the hunting and outdoors community: Washington State and Colorado. Because the anti-hunting industry uses their nationwide fundraising, legal and political power to attack at the local and state level, it has become crystal clear that hunters, anglers and supporters of true wildlife conservation need to rally together. The threats that face WA and CO this year can and will surface in dozens of other states - either by forcing changes to predator management, methods of take, taking away trapping or removing your ability to hunt/trail/track/retrieve game with sporting dogs & hounds. HOWLCAST and HOWL For Wildlife is a resource for our community. In line with the conversation in this Feb. 2024 update, please follow and share the following online resources and social media: HOWL for Wildlife - join and take action with us. Save The Hunt Colorado - follow, share and donate today. Howl - on Instagram Coloradans for Responsible Wildlife Mgmt - on Instagram

Duration:01:22:14

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Victory Drive Podcast Collaboration with Jacob Johnson

2/11/2024
Victory Drive Podcast Collaboration with Jacob Johnson Show Notes: I was recently asked to collaborate with Jacob Johnson, a fellow hunting advocate and host of the Victory Drive Podcast. Here, Jacob and I cover a lot of ground. In the first portion of our collaboration, we chat about where in the country we’ve hunted and what’s on our bucket list. We get into details about a giveaway I’m doing on a mule deer hunt valued at over $1,300, and the proceeds are going to Howl for Wildlife. We also talk about hunting advocacy and how you can get involved. Jacob and I talk about the problem with the strategy of replacing human hunters with apex predators, like coyotes. We’re seeing reductions in discounted tags and programs because of the increase in wolves and the reduction in game. I share how Howl for Wildlife is fundraising and the impact we’re having on trying to turn things around. We also discuss ways to get everyone on board, even non-hunters. Towards the end of our conversation, we chat about the support hunting receives from gun advocacy and sport shooting and how the anti-gun mentality hurts our cause. We talk about some of the bills in play and how some taxation initiatives may set us back. We wrap up with some thoughts around our frustrations with current advocacy efforts and what it would take to make us the most powerful. What’s Inside: Mentioned in this episode Days In The Wild Podcast Phoenix Shooting Bags save 20% with code johnstallone Howl for Wildlife: https://www.howlforwildlife.org/ Victory Drive Podcast on Instagram Short Description: I was recently asked to collaborate with Jacob Johnson, a fellow podcaster and host of the Victory Drive Podcast. Here, Jacob and I cover a lot of ground. Our conversation includes how to get involved in hunting advocacy, how partnering with broader gun advocates makes us stronger, and our current frustrations. I also share details on a hunting giveaway I’m doing through Howl for Wildlife. Tags big game hunting, hunting tips, hunting guide, buck hunting, hunting stories, victory drive podcast, hunting advocacy, hunting giveaway, sport shooting, gun rights, anti-gun, howl for wildlife

Duration:01:32:00