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The Sustainable Wild Podcast
69 minutes | Jul 15, 2019
Can't Out Chuckle a Chucklehead
This week we are joined by Beau Olson of Wilderness Expeditions, LLC and Tony Wintrip of Bull Down Productions. We dive into proper meat care, predator management, Washington state's broken draw system, and so much more. These guys are a hoot to hang out with and it comes through on this episode.
57 minutes | Jul 6, 2019
Deer Season Is Coming
Duane Inglin and I sit down and go over what successes we had last year, what lessons we learned, and how to correct failures in the deer woods. Focusing mainly on Blacktail and Whitetail hunting, we still find time to chat a little Mule deer. Deer season is right around the corner, and we have a lot of work to do to get ready, and more than likely so do you! Hopefully this gets you and I both motivated to get it going!
85 minutes | Jun 13, 2019
Cutting Our Teeth In The Muddy Waters of the Willapa
On this week's episode I sit down with a couple special guests, my wife Stefaine, and good friend Ben Rogers. We hash over a bunch of old childhood memories involving life on the banks of the Willapa River. These crazy stories include sturgeon, steelhead, salmon, trout fishing and much more. This show is full of laughs and the realities of a changing world. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook at Sustainable Wild, and Fish Hunt Northwest!!
65 minutes | Jun 8, 2019
Twin Lakes Triploids
We head to Twin Lakes on the Colville Reservation to target Triploid Trout! The Colville Nation has an aggressive hatchery program. and plant dozens of tribal lakes with these large growing fish. Duane Inglin, Host of Fish Hunt Northwest, and I talk strategy, techniques, and outcome of this fun fishing trip. Follow Fish Hunt NW at https://www.facebook.com/FishHuntNW Follow Sustainable Wild at https://www.facebook.com/sustainablewild
62 minutes | Feb 10, 2019
Dr. Nicole Apelian: Being prepared for Wilderness Survival
On this episode I talk with Dr. Nicole Apelian! Nicole is a 2 time participant on History Channel's hit series "Alone", and an expert in wilderness survival. In season 2 she survived 57 days on the coast of Vancouver Island in the middle of winter with minimal equipment. Dr. Apelian has also spent a fair amount of time in Africa learning survival skills such as wild foraging and bird language from tribespeople. Her knowledge and skills such as long term wilderness survival, herbal medicine, wild foraging, and trapping has led her on many journeys. I think this interview will not only help you be better prepared for any survival situation you may find yourself in, but also is full of laughs and valuable information. Please visit www.nicoleapelian.com to follow Dr. Apelian's blog, lists for tool bags, and upcoming classes and events. Also find her on Facebook and Instagram to follow along as she travels the world honing skills and teaching others.
53 minutes | Jan 29, 2019
Sustainabilty of Northwest Salmon Runs
This episode we feature Cody Herman of Day One Outdoors. Cody and I discuss NW salmon runs, and how the declining returns are affecting the ecosystem, economy, and our nutrition. The future of salmon is in jeopardy, and this interview is packed full of possible reasons and solutions to help turn the tides. Visit Cody Herman on Facebook and Instagram or go to his page at www.dayoneoutdoors.com
59 minutes | Jan 22, 2019
Securing the Future of Hunting
This week I talk with Chris Meyer of Titan Outdoors about an amazing project he and a dedicated group of volunteers have put together the last 5 years, Lil Titans Hunting Camp. I hope this episode inspires you to make a more dedicated effort to ensure the future of hunting! To get involved with Chris and his team go to www.titanoutdoors.com Also visit Titan Outdoors on Facebook and Chris Meyer on Instagram!
65 minutes | Jan 17, 2019
An Unconventional Approach to Nutrtion
On this weeks episode we talk with Jason Phelps of Phelp's Game Call. Jason made the decision to take control of his health using the Keto and Carnivore Diets. He takes us through his journey failures, successes, and research. This show is packed full of valuable information that may be just what you need to achieve your nutrition goals. Please go to Jason's website to see the amazing products they provide. www.phelpsgamecalls.com As always like Sustainable Wild on Facebook and Instagram to stay connected!
54 minutes | Jan 15, 2019
An Outdoorsman Road to Home Processing
On This episode we talk with outdoorsman Tom Ryle of Pacific NW Bowhunting. Tom is an avid and very experienced hunter, but he didn't always process his own wild game meat. We will talk to Tom about why he chose to take the leap into home-processing and how it changed his life. He will share tips and tricks, that will help you whether you are a seasoned home butcher or thinking of starting down that road. Please take the time to find Tom Ryle on Instagram and check out his blog at pnwbowhunting.com!
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