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The Hunting Dog Podcast is a series of interviews with friends, family and industry professionals all related to the world of hunting with dogs. Expect minimal good information, lots of stories of past hunts and opinions that are not necessarily those of the management.

The Hunting Dog Podcast is a series of interviews with friends, family and industry professionals all related to the world of hunting with dogs. Expect minimal good information, lots of stories of past hunts and opinions that are not necessarily those of the management.

Location:

United States

Description:

The Hunting Dog Podcast is a series of interviews with friends, family and industry professionals all related to the world of hunting with dogs. Expect minimal good information, lots of stories of past hunts and opinions that are not necessarily those of the management.

Language:

English


Episodes

Michigan Game Wardens

5/16/2021
Were lucky here in Michigan to have officers Anna Cullen and Jackie Miskovich watch over Muskegon County wildlife. learn a little about what it takes to become a game warden and alot about what they do everyday.

Duration:02:02:49

Pheasants For U?

5/10/2021
Once upon a time Michigan hunters took a million birds a year. Things change and those numbers are only statistics of the past. The Michigan Pheasant Hunting Initiative was established to bring hunters back to the fields. Following in the footsteps of 21 other states that give hunters the opportunity to recreate on state land, by releasing birds for us to work our dogs on and bring home a tasty meal that celebrates family traditions of the past, while building family traditions for the...

Duration:01:21:03

Hunting Together

5/4/2021
Trent and Heather Hardy are a typical 30's something couple that share it all. From planning their next hunting trip, to planning for their next dog. The future of our sport will be stronger.

Duration:01:24:37

Michigan's DNR is 100 years old

4/25/2021
Pete Kailing is one of the DNR biologist that keep the places we love, places we love! I've never had anyone on the podcast that opened my eyes as much as Pete did. One hundred years of watching over our lands and our wildlife. There will be places for my grandchildren and yours.

Duration:01:36:47

Califonia bird hunting and politics

4/20/2021
Jim Matthews is a California hunter, who not only walks the walk, he writes about it too. Outdoor columnist and wildlife advocate. He currently produces "Western Birds"a subscription based tell-all on where and how to hunt in the west. And yes there are more people than birds in California but, there are a gazillion acres to make of for the over population of people. In the right years the desert can be the place to set your sights on.

Duration:01:59:25

Shooting Sportsman

4/12/2021
The sub-title of my favorite magazine says it all. We get the background story on what it takes to keep wingshooters occupied all year long. The stories that hunters have been telling for hundreds of years, and some damn nice pictures as well.

Duration:01:24:48

Hit more birds / Break more clays

4/4/2021
Dave Miller from CZUSA joins me from the road to talk missing and hitting. What we can to do to improve our percentage on the range and in the field. And a little info on Garmin's newest piece of magic. Garmin can always tell you where your dog is, now they can tell you why we miss targets made of clay or feathers.!!

Duration:01:12:17

Hunting in Germany

3/28/2021
The North American model of conservation is a bragging point of hunters here in the States. Although, we could learn a little from our fellow hunters in Germany. When hunters step into the woods over there, the one rule that cant be overlooked is, you must have a trained dog to help recover a wounded animal. It doesnt matter if its a rabbit or a roe deer, woodcock or wild boar. You have to make every effort to recover that resource!! Thats conservation!

Duration:01:29:14

Ruffed Grouse Society State of the Union

3/20/2021
Ben Jones returns to the show, giving us a look in the rear view mirror along with a brighter look out the windshield. 2020 was tough on conservation, but lessons learned and forward thinking help RGS to keep their eye on the prize. As we know HABITAT in the prize. With that as the focus, the iconic king of the woods will be eluding us for future generations.

Duration:01:03:55

The Ballad of Janis and Mingus

3/15/2021
All kids want a dog, and just like that, Janis Putelis became a houndsmen. Well there's a bit more to the story. Janis and Mingus are in the process of becoming a team. Let's just say that the Meateater crew is going to the dogs!!

Duration:01:20:46

Blood tracking with Bird Dogs

3/8/2021
Shannon Smith started her life with dogs many years ago. She's a women who found nothing could stop her. She also likes a challenge. Taking her hunting/trial champion Labrador into the Michigan woods, and learning what it would take to turn a great duck dog into a solid blood tracker, helping hundreds of deer hunters

Duration:01:26:51

Catching Poachers in Africa

3/3/2021
Jay Crafter started with the British Army, his service didn't end in the Middle East. He took his trade and his love of dogs and turned the tide of poaching in Africa. His company is Invictus K9 helps the conservation efforts all across the continent of Africa.

Duration:01:36:07

Launching The Upland Institute ! Justin Mcgrail is in the kennel!

2/26/2021
Justin McGrail stops by the kennel to do another Q&A episode. Then we let all the cats out of the bag with the announcement of our 15-month filming project. The Upland Institute is an online dog training school specializing in pointing dogs. The landing page is up for all interested folks to sign-up. Check out Upland Institute.com

Duration:01:25:43

English Labs in America

2/22/2021
John Johnston from Kinross Kennels join me to talk English Labs and Irish Setters. And a lot about training all dogs. This one is a keeper!

Duration:01:35:55

Hunting with a handicap

2/14/2021
Chad Waligura didn't let a terrible accident stop him from doing what he loves. After becoming a quadriplegic 34 years ago, Chad never considered letting that stop his passion for the outdoors and his dogs. He runs Able Outdoors, helping others see that they can continue their passions!

Duration:00:56:41

Jim Lawless and his life with dogs

2/8/2021
When you have spent your entire life with dogs, eventually something gives. Jim Lawless wanted to find out what his best dogs could do. He put his best dogs together and... well listen up and find out what he has come up with!!!

Duration:02:01:20

NAVHDAs Utility Test

1/31/2021
Phil Swain is one of the most knowledgeable judges and most dedicated members of the NAVHDA. We break down the Utility Test with an emphasis on our years of judging and hunting experiences. We also throw in a bunch of stories of our worst test days. As NAVHDA judges we have to run our dogs too!! and it doesn't always go as we planned!

Duration:02:08:41

TRCP Policy and our future

1/24/2021
Ed Arnett from TRCP checks in to talk about 2020/2021 and the subjects we need to pay attention to. We get a little political, but fall back on the subject of his next dog. Life long Labrador guy gets Pudlepointer curious!

Duration:01:48:12

Hunt Fish Eat!!

1/18/2021
Dan Holder joins me to talk about his path in the outdoors. We cover a lot of ground including his love of guns, dogs, and food. His career at CZ-USA and his pointing poodle! Not a Pudel Pointer, a Pointing Poodle. Really I am not making this up!!

Duration:01:45:41

Great Lakes Grouse Report

1/10/2021
Great episode with three of the best grouse hunters that I know. And their dogs aren't bad either. We wrap up the 2020 season with some good intel and some great stories!

Duration:02:06:14