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Hunt Camp Podcast
92 minutes | Dec 10, 2020
Ep. 32: Gabe VanWormer Kansas Buck Tradbow Handgun
Gabe VanWormer of Michigan Out Of Doors and Fishing 411. Regularly has success self filming while hunting with a long bow. We talk how to successfully stalk deer in corn fields. Trail cameras and manipulating deer movement. Where to go out of state and how to have success hunting new properties. He also gives pointers on how to become a better traditional bow shooter. Shares his story about getting a P&Y buck with a long bow this past season in Kansas.
99 minutes | May 9, 2020
Ep. 31: Allen Crater Fly Fishing Backpacking Mountains
Allen Crater teaches me about fly fishing, dry flies, nymphs and streamers. His favorite Trout and how to catch them. We talk about why he writes and sharing a writing class with Steve Rinella. He shares stories about the Au Sable River in Michigan. A bear encounter around Yosemite in California. Getting caught in a lighting storm in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado and getting lost in a blizzard on a solo trip to Mount Jefferson in Oregon. Find more great stories at AllenOutside.com
70 minutes | Apr 16, 2020
Ep. 30: Zach Snyder Conservation Turkey Hunting Foraging
Zach Snyder talks getting kids involved in conservation. His custom fabrication work for hunters and anglers. Tony Ruffing fills us in on Ohio dealing with the pandemic. Gabe Karns shares his thoughts on how cancelling hunting seasons could effect different species populations. Seth talks about Steve Rinella and the Meateater crew helping with his proposal. We discuss Turkey hunting, Morel Mushrooms, Pheasant backs, pickled Ramps, pesto and Puff Ball pizza crust.
76 minutes | Apr 15, 2020
Ep. 29: Seth Trokey Gabe Karns Alabama Hogs IL Bucks
Gabe Karns from Ohio tells us about a few wild hog hunts in Alabama. One that was mistaken for a gang murder, one that turned into a piglet for pecans swap and another with 20 ice cream sandwiches eaten in a gas station parking lot and a road side emergency along I-85. Seth Trokey from Illinois fills us in on how his state is handling the pandemic and tells us about the roller coaster of excitement and gear failures that ended with him getting a buck that scored over 150 inches this past season. Zach Snyder, Tony Ruffing, and Aaron Hebeisen join in on the conversation.
88 minutes | Apr 11, 2020
Ep. 028: Tony Ruffing Amber Casey TJ Hauge Aaron Hebeisen Ryan Cavanaugh
Tony Ruffing OH, Amber Casey MI, TJ Hauge WI, Aaron Hebeisen MN, Ryan Cavanaugh MI. We all have a fun conversation as a distraction from the quarantine situation we are in. We talk about close bear encounters. Turkey, Antelope and deer hunting. Eating road kill deer and a whole assortment of random topics.
58 minutes | Apr 7, 2020
Ep. 027: Rex Ainslie MI DNR Black Bears Resource Management
Rex Ainslie is a Regional Wildlife Supervisor for Michigan's DNR. We discuss trying to find balance managing natural resources. Between games species and pollinators, hunters and non consumptive users. We also talk about the increasing Black Bear population and their interactions with humans. Bob Busch is on with us, while we record at his Buckley's Mountain Side Canoes. Ron Hamel and his son Jordan join in as well.
103 minutes | Jan 16, 2020
Ep. 026: Jordan Browne Michigan Out of Doors Deer Elk Turkey Filming
Jordan Browne is a producer for Michigan Out of Doors TV. They travel all around the state putting out episodes every week, all year round. As many know, he is a top notch deer and turkey hunter. I was surprised to find out that he’s had continued success elk hunting out in Colorado and was able to get a successful deer hunt on film at the young age of 14. We talk about some of his more advanced deer hunting tactics and how he was able to spot and stalk his buck this year in Michigan. He lets us know if he could pick any place to live in Michigan for hunting where that would be. We also talk about some of his most memorable trips and also the most dangerous ones.
71 minutes | Jan 4, 2020
Ep. 025: Chris Olds Cisco Herring Fish Hatcheries Biology
Chris is a fish biologist with the US Fish and Wildlife Service. The past couple years they have stayed at Island View Resort in November working on a Cisco project. These Herring are planted in the Saginaw Bay area to help rehabilitate the deep water population there. I learned that Herring can live well over 20 years. They are a great food source for Walleye, which acts as a good buffer between the Walleye and Perch. Chris shares some cool things to check out such as local fish hatcheries and ways to get involved, whether you want to volunteer or make a career in natural resources.
89 minutes | Oct 13, 2019
Ep. 24: Mahting Putelis Hunt To Eat Ducks Woodcock Caribou
Mahting is a professional photographer for adventure sports and the owner of Hunt To Eat. Hunt to Eat is an apparel brand out of Colorado that raises a lot of money for conservation. They collaborate with organizations, some of which are BHA, TRCP, NWF, Phesants Forever, and Artemis. Also with outdoor leaders like Randy Newberg, Remi Warren and Hank Shaw. And companies such as Federal Premium, Phelps Game Calls and OnX. Mahting stayed up at Island View Resort in Michigan’s Eastern upper penninsula with our friends, Ryan Cavanaugh and Jason Meekhof. We spent the week duck and Woodcock hunting. Jason was able to get his first ever ducks and Mahting got his first Timberdoodle. We also ate a lot of great food and just had a good time. We discuss and learn the importance of first aid in the field when my dog starts bleeding bad in an area with no access to a vet. We discuss the importance of introducing people to wild game with something they are comfortable with like a cheese burger and easy and delicious recipes for sandwhiches, Geese, and Antelope. Also Mahting shares the story of his bucket list hunt for Caribou, in Alaska, north of the Arctic Circle.
52 minutes | Oct 10, 2019
Ep. 023: Nick Otto The Huntavore UP Fishing Recipes
Nick Otto, host of The Huntavore podcast of the Sportsmen's Nation network. Nick hosts this episode and interviews Greg and I about our charter boat and fishing in the U.P. We trade stories about tough times on rough water. How under rated pike and lake trout are to eat. We share some of our favorite recipes and what to cook up when you want to impress friends, family or a significant other.
105 minutes | Oct 7, 2019
Ep. 022: Aaron Hebeisen MN Tony Ruffing OH TJ Hauge WI Deer Turkey Hunt Camp Traditions
We talk deer, turkey and coon hunting. Keeping older generations engaged and passing the torch to the next generation. The hunt camp community aspect. Some camp traditions such as getting punched in the kidneys in Wisconsin, playing cards and putting on warpaint in Minnesota and eating raw heart and drinking homemade hooch at 8 or 9 after killing your first coon in Ohio. They are the Chairmen of their Board of Directors for Backcountry Hunters and Anglers in the respective states. Aaron Hebeisen of Minnesota Tony Ruffing of Ohio TJ Hauge of Wisconsin
77 minutes | Sep 19, 2019
Ep. 021: Katie DeLorenzo Elk Oryx New Mexico Big Horn Sheep
Katie DeLorenzo is the Southwest coordinator for Backcountry Hunters & Anglers, covering Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and Utah. We discuss the unique experience she had growing up in a family of hunters and wildlife biologists. The emotions of hunting and how her being a highly competitive athlete growing up, mirrors some of the experience she's had in the mountains hunting. After moving on from sports she has gotten serious into hunting. In 6 short years she has had great success and gone on some amazing hunts. Big Horn Sheep, Oryx, Antelope, Deer, and Elk to name a few. As well as joining and assisting others in Mountain Goat and Ibex hunts. She shares an awesome story of her success Oryx hunting in her home state, New Mexico.
94 minutes | Apr 27, 2019
Ep. 20: Dustin Nichols Turkey Hunting Calling Scouting Michigan UP and LP
Dustin Nichols serves on MI Chapter of Backcountry Hunters and Anglers Board of Directors. He gives me a plan of what to do, to be successful turkey hunting. We cover calling and scouting. Finding roosting trees. When to stay put and when to get aggressive. We discuss great memories made with family in Michigans Upper and Lower Peninsulas. He shares how he finds continued success without decoys or a blind.
100 minutes | Apr 16, 2019
Ep. 019: Shed Hunting Joe Shead Arron Bleise Scott Spitzley Greg Lipple Deer Elk Moose
Shed hunting discussions with four guys that know how to get it done! Joe Shead of GoShedHunting.com who has found 1,000 sheds in multiple states and Canada. Author of, Shed Hunting: A Guide To Finding White-Tailed Deer Antlers. Arron Bleise, host of The Fall Podcast and producer for Rival Wild on The Sportsmen Channel and Dropped on The Outdoor Channel. Scott Spitzley, photographer and contributing writer to WhiteTailDNA.com Greg Lipple who has been having great success finding 6 point side elk antlers this season.
94 minutes | Mar 7, 2019
Ep. 018: Tom McGraw Fly Fishing Pere Marquette Norfork Montana Russia The Keys
Tom McGraw is on the North American Board of Directors for Backcountry Hunters and Anglers. Tom schools me on a wide variety of fly fishing discussion. Dry flies, wet flies, eggs, streamers, swinging and spay rods. We talk finding common ground with folks to be productive for wild places and those that inhabit them. He shares great stories of Salmon, Steelhead, and Brown Trout on the Pere Marquette River, the Norfork in Arkansas, and summers in Montana. Also, Bone Fish and Tarpon in the Florida Keys and huge Rainbow Trout and King Salmon on the Kamchatka Peninsula of Russia, where massive coastal Brown Bears aren't used to sharing their rivers. With all the great adventures he's been on though, there's nothing he enjoys more than the relationships made and creating memories with friends and family.
68 minutes | Mar 4, 2019
Ep. 017: Bobby Roop Michigan Whitetail Pursuit Beyond The Ears
Bobby Roop of Michigan Whitetail Pursuit. MWP is a compilation DVD of men and women, boys and girls, all over the state of Michigan. They hunt bucks and does of all sizes, providing a full spectrum of different hunters and locations that just about anyone can enjoy and relate to. We talk filming hunts and road kill pot pie. As well as making memories with family, including grandpa, who is in his 80's and still getting after it. Recorded at Beyond the Ears archery pro shop, I check in with owner Craig Schneider on their exciting upcoming events.
67 minutes | Feb 25, 2019
Ep. 16: Jess Johnson Wyoming Artemis First Lite Ranching Mule Deer Antelope Tongue
Jess Johnson is an Advocacy and Legislative Liaison for the Wyoming Wildlife Federation. Co-founder of Artemis Sportswomen, First Lite Team Member, Hunt To Eat Ambassador, Board of Directors for 2% For Conservation and Wyoming BHA. We talk Bear roasts, Antelope tongues and Mountain Lion back straps. The importance of reaching out to elected officials. The dream hunt she's going on this August in the Northwestern Territories and growing up on ranches in MT, WY and CA.
93 minutes | Feb 19, 2019
Ep. 015: Ryan Cavanaugh Pheasants U.P. Wolves Coyotes GSP 318 lb Buck
Ryan Cavanaugh is Co-Chair of the Michigan Chapter of Backcountry Hunters and Anglers. A long time Pheasants Forever member and avid bird hunter with his GSP Daly. Grew up in southwest Michigan and now lives in the Upper Peninsula. He shares the story of the 318 pound buck he got this season. He grew up hunting to eat and feed his family. Has a lot of great memories hunting with his dad and their dogs and making memorable meals. Shares stories of encounters with wolves and coyotes and some of his favorite places around Michigan.
71 minutes | Feb 9, 2019
Ep. 014: Ron Boehme Bird Dogs Trap Shooting NAVHDA Meat Eater
Ron Boehme is the host of The Hunting Dog Podcast. He has hunted all over the country for many different birds with his Bracco Italianos. Got introduced to hunting through trap shooting with his buddies growing up in Chicago. Ron is a frequent guest on the Meat Eater TV show and Podcast. We discuss the benefit of and his involvement with the North American Versatile Hunting Dog Association. He loves old shotguns, Pheasant hunting South Dakota and spending time at Beer Mountain in the Shenandoah Valley, Virginia.
50 minutes | Jan 29, 2019
Ep. 013: Dr. Karl Malcolm New Mexico Meat Eater Aldo Leopold Ecology Wisconsin
Dr. Karl Malcolm is the Wildlife Ecologist for the Southwestern region of The U.S. Forest Service. He has many published works, has been featured in many articles and been a frequent guest on The Meat Eater TV show and podcast. He has hunted across the country for moose, turkey, elk, pronghorn, mule deer, whitetail, and Mearns quail to name a few. He grew up around Traverse City Michigan and attended the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. He then went over to the University of Wisconsin Madison where he earned his masters and PHD in Wildlife Ecology. He has done extensive work with black bears both in the U.S. and in China. He now resides in New Mexico with his wife and daughter. We discuss how small and tight the hunting and fishing community is. The variety of animals and habitat in New Mexico. The importance and influence of Aldo Leopold. Also, we discuss the importance of bringing together both the hunting and non hunting community for the benefit of the future of what we love.
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