This week we are joined by venomous snake expert Dr. Chris Jenkins from the Orianne Society. You will hear everything you need to know about snakes to be a well-rounded woodsman. Chris answers questions about rattlesnakes like will a rattlesnake bite kill you, or should you kill them? Chris talks about the Orianne Society and why he founded it to protect threatened reptiles and amphibians.
One day in Kansas with trad bow in hand, Clay embarks on a quest to knock down a pheasant with an arrow. This is a recap of the hunt with him and cameraman, Brent Reaves. They discuss what they learned on this first try regarding the challenges, gear, and tactics. Biggest takeaway: Don't be afraid to miss!
From the ATA show, Clay sits down with Damon Bungard and @JaegerTracks (Dachshund/Teckel) to talk about blood trailing game. Damon talks about the history of the Teckel breed and tells some stories of blood trailing game with Jaeger. We gain insight into what patterns Damon has learned from trailing wounded game that will help every hunter. Damon also talks about his Tennessee deer hunting on public land!
This is a super fun podcast with some authentic West Virginia hunters. Clay and Kolby sit down with Josh and Kirk from The Untamed YouTube channel. They discuss Josh's unique accent, spot-and-stalk deer hunting in reclaimed coal mines, and why hound hunting is a great recruitment tool for hunting.
Join in on a candid conversation about the challenges of modern parenting with Clay, his wife Misty, and their good friends Josh and Kristie Speilmaker and how they build their families. They discuss on growing epidemic of unmotivated boys and underachieving young men while talking about the book "Boys Adrift". This is must listen for parents as they discuss raising kids in an outdoor & hunting lifestyle, but more specifically about how to built a context for a transfer of values. Josh and Clay talk about their hunting history and tell a few funny stories, too. Misty even tells about why she married CLAY!
Things start out fun on this podcast and then end up with some revelatory barriers to entry for new hunters. If you have a friend that has been on the fence with trying hunting, this would be a great episode for them to listen to. From babbling, indiscernible rednecks to our first ever Sportsman's Quiz to some serious dialogue about concerns from some new hunters. This is a very interesting podcast.
Writer and self-proclaimed philosophical hillbilly, Johnny Carrol Sain, stopped by the Bear Hunting Magazine Global Headquarters to talk about hunting philosophy, the direction of the hunting industry, baiting critters, and our place in hunting.