This week we are talking with the one, the only; Ben O'Brein. We talk about his latest trip to Lanai and Axis Deer, where we are as a hunting community right now and thoughts on how to change years of bad PR, we nerd out a bit about podcasting and his killer podcast, The Hunting Collective, Joe Rogan: the hunting communities greatest ambassador, and so much more!
On this episode we're catching up MTN OPS VP of Marketing, Matt Davis! We're talking about the brand, hunting, healthy living, love of God, Fred's LOVE for the products, the latest film on Sid (double amputee), and so much more! Thanks for tuning in and don't forget to subscribe and rate to show where available!
On this episode we catch up with Into High Country and #ProjectElk producer, Jason Matzinger. We're talking all about his film, #ProjectElk; from the cinematography, the philosophical questions this film brings about, "Free Range" farm critters aren't so "free range", Big Sky Gobbler camp, and much more! Thanks for tuning in and don't forget to subscribe and rate the show where available.
Jon Sabati, a native of Hawaii, never thought that spring turkey hunting would be such a big part of his life, considering that boar hunting was the premier hunt of the pacific. Jon was introduced to fall turkey hunting by Deane Gonzalez who moved to Hawaii from Pennsylvania. At that time Hawaii didn’t have a spring season. After guiding Dick Kirby on a big game hunt, Dick took Jon to Missouri and taught him the basics of spring turkey hunting. Through the efforts of Deane Gonzalez, Hawaii...
Fred and Jay discuss the highlights of the Archery Trade Association's 2018 Trade Show, new products, events, and encounters. And then dive deep to preview the upcoming 2018 NWTF National Convention in Nashville.
Regulated trapping plays an integral role in today's conservation landscape; whether in the form of an activity like seasonal fur trapping, wildlife conflict/damage control work, or for scientific benefit - such as biological data collection, and species monitoring. Regulated trapping activities in North America are one of the many modern conservation tools for keeping our natural places healthy and sustainable. Support for trapping is support for common sense conservation. Jeff Traynor...
Happy Thanksgiving one and all! This week we're catching up with good friend Gregg Ritz and we've got smoke poles on the brain! Gregg imparts his pro insights to the awesome sport of Muzzleloading! Learn some of the true pro tips from the Pro himself! Gregg's been a Muzzleloading guru for many years, if you wanted to know more about Muzzleloaders, this is the show for you! Enjoy your pumpkin pie and turkey!!
Join us as we sit down with Jason Tarwater, NWTF Regional Director in WY, Montana, and AK! We're talking about his resent back country Montana elk hunt with his partner Denae Kraus, all the happenings with NWTF in his region, wild fires, and more!
A bowhunting veteran of 20+ years, Jana started out hunting Wisconsin whitetails but has since traveled the globe with her bow, hunting in Africa, Canada and all over North America. Jana has appeared national television shows such as Invasion on Animal Planet and Outfitter Bootcamp on The Outdoor Channel. Jana hosts and co-produces her own show called SKULL BOUND TV on The Sportsman Channel. Jana is an active member of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Safari Club International, National...
Fred and Jay recap and review the shows from the beginning and where they want to take the show. They review the iTunes Reviews, Recap each show, and cover how to start an NWTF Chapter and the NWTF upcoming National Convention.
In this second part of a three part series, we discuss in detail how to pick your taxidermist. When you are spending your hard earned dollars to preserve a special memory through taxidermy, you want to pick the right taxidermist. We discussion how to do that, what red flags to look for, warning signs, and why bargain shopping on price might not be the best decision.
Bob spent many years as a field biologist working with the New Jersey Department of Fish and Game in restoring the Eastern Wild Turkey to its home range. As the leading wild turkey biologist for the New Jersey Division of Fish and Game, and as Technical Representative to the New Jersey State Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation, he has played a major role in the success of the wild turkey in New Jersey. Bob recently retired from the NWTF as the Regional Biologist for New Jersey,...
Laura Boyce has been one of the voices of Greg and the Morning Buzz on iHeart Media's WGIR and WHEB for over a decade now. Boyce has been a tireless supporter of a number of nonprofit and charity groups throughout the region, including her celebrity support of the National Wild Turkey Federation.
Quigley-Ford Long Range Hunting Scopes were conceived and developed by Randy Ford of Ontario, Canada. Born in 1954, Randy has been a lifelong hunter, and fisherman, who has always reached out to solve equipment issues . Randy shared most of his hunting and fishing opportunities with older masters, always eager to learn from their experience. Randy has achieved a measurable degree of success over the decades.
Randy’s greatest passion is teaching and sharing his knowledge obtained through...
From the wilds of Alaska, to the Rocky Mountains, to the Heartland of his home state of Illinois, Kirby has traveled far and wide to see fur, feathers, trees and water differently than the rest of us…and the same. The same adrenaline that’s pulsed through the veins of hunters for generations is what makes Kirby tick. Only his purpose for being there is different. He is an artist - charged by God to preserve on canvas His wild places and wild things.
We take a hard look at field care for game animals (and fish) when attempting to have taxidermy work done. There's more to it than meets the eye. Paul goes over the things you need to do, and what not to do, in order to make the specimen look great. Paul covers it all from deer, to moose, to turkey, to fish in Part One - Field Care.