Trapped Between A Fallen Horse and Pile of Rocks with John Barklow - Episode 77

April 15th, 2019

In this Episode I have John Barklow on the podcast. Any podcast titled "Trapped Between A Fallen Horse and a Pile of Rocks" has got to be interesting right? We talk all about his 2018 season, where it started, his summer practice routine, the hunts he went on, and of course the potentially life threatening situation he found himself in when the horse fell. I hope you enjoy the show. 

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How To Build The Perfect Arrow with Brian Barney - Episode 76

April 8th, 2019

The bowhunting world knows Brian Barney. He is consistently hammering critters all over with his bow in hand. He is arguably one of the most passionate bowhunters I know. On top of that he bust his ass with his own business so he can have the time to be able to hunt as much as possible. This past season was a special one for Brian because his youngest daughter was able to hunt and harvest her first deer. That is a memory both of them will have forever. When it comes to bow tuning, Brian is meticulous and wants to have the most forgiving setup possible. We both agreed that the arrow building process plays a huge role in having a forgiving setup and decided to walk through the process. In this episode we cover:

  • Starting point for picking out your arrow from the store
  • Factors that need to be taken into consideration when selecting an arrow
  • The next step after cutting the arrows
  • Weighing components before putting them in the arrow
  • Fletching process, helical, offset, how many fletchings
  • Nock fit and style

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Antler Explosion with Andi Crider and First Deer with a Bow with Link Casey - Episode 75

March 25th, 2019

Two great whitetail stories coming your way. Link Casey shares his first deer with a bow. It’s a fun story that is sure to make you laugh. The other story is with Adrea Crider. She shares a story about a buck that I have literally never heard before.

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  • Link Instagram: @bucktwice
  • Andrea Instagram: @andi_crider

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How To Hunt The Grey Ghost with Colter Fosdik - Episode 74

March 18th, 2019

This episode I have Colter Fosdik on the podcast. It goes without saying that the most important aspect of life to Colter is his kids and his family. He does his best to involve his kids in the outdoors and is willing to put in the extra work required to have them along. Colter has been bowhunting for quite awhile and landing his family back in AZ from MT has his focus shifted to the gray ghost. Since then he has lived and breathed coues deer. In this episode we cover:

  • His start into hunting coues deer
  • The type of terrain the coues deer like to call home
  • Javelina in coues country
  • Aiming on coued deer, and potentially anticipating their quick reflexes
  • His bow sight: what he prefers, ways he uses it, and what he might switch to
  • Arrow setup
  • Story of his 2019 coues deer

This has some excellent information on coues deer hunting. I hope it helps you be successful next time you chase the gray ghost.

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Solo Hntr, Editing, Family Life, Memories, and More with Tim Burnett - Episode 73

March 11th, 2019

Tim is a family man and puts them first in all aspects of life. It’s not a secret that he is also very passionate about the outdoors and spending as much time in them as possible, which to him is a normal part of his self-sufficient lifestyle.

The love and passion for the outdoors all started for Tim at the age of 12. He would simply grab a backpack, sleeping bag, fishing pole or rifle, and go give her hell. More often than not, he ventured out alone, with the solitude of the outdoors calling his name. His camera days started in college when he bought the best camera he could afford and began filming his steel head fishing trips.

The idea behind SOLO HNTR was to be different. “I want my viewers to feel the experience rather than just see it.” And boy do he and his co-hosts deliver on that. In this episode we cover:

  • Tim asks me a few questions about myself
  • Chat a little about editing
  • His life behind the scenes of SOLO HNTR and how he balances family, hunting, destination hunts and what is most important
  • His kids and hunting
  • A little about his sheep hunt
  • The most overlooked aspect of filming a hunt
  • The most uncomfortable situations for him when hunting, the kind that make his skin crawl
  • Experiences when running into other hunters
  • His most rewarding hunt to date and why

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Club Bull Down with Paul Servey AKA Mountain Goat Pauly - Episode 72

March 4th, 2019

Paul Servey AKA, Mountain Goat Pauly is a blue-collar worker who loves to hunt public land over the counter tags in the Rocky Mountains. He started hunting with his family as a child and has continued to pass on his knowledge and passion to others. Paul believes in the spirit of the wild and gives every animal the respect they deserve taught to him by his native father. Paul enjoys the sport of long range rifle hunting, archery hunting and muzzleloader hunting. Paul believes in giving back to those who have served our country and promotes a patriotic lifestyle. Paul volunteers regularly with the Mule Deer Foundation helping to preserve the wild mule deer and their habitat. He is well known for being a do-it-yourself hunter who shares his own content and pictures of all his outdoor adventures and in 2018 he definitely “did it himself” filling multiple tags and helping others do the same. In this episode we cover:

  • Things he does to prepare for season to insure success
  • The story behind the stud buck he calls ‘Mongoose’
  • Things he felt led to notching his elk tag on a funky bull
  • We cover his bow setup briefly

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Locating Public Land Giants with Jared Bloomgren - Episode 71

February 25th, 2019

Jared is a family man. A man that puts his wife and kids first in everything he does. Even in doing so, he still finds time to crush it during hunting season. With an impeccable archery career in the last 30 years, he finds success defying all odds. Its not often that you meet someone that works as hard as Jared does and has the success to back it up. In this episode we cover:

  • Hunting public land and how he consistently finds success
  • First things he looks for when arriving to his vantage point
  • When to go slow and when to go fast
  • Kids hunting
  • Things to do in the slow part of the season
  • States to hunt annually

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Jared is a family man. A man that puts his wife and kids first in everything he does. Even in doing so, he still finds time to crush it during hunting season. With an impeccable archery career in the last 30 years, he finds success defying all odds. Its not often that you meet someone that works as hard as Jared does and has the success to back it up. In this episode we cover:

  • Hunting public land and how he consistently finds success
  • First things he looks for when arriving to his vantage point
  • When to go slow and when to go fast
  • Kids hunting
  • Things to do in the slow part of the season
  • States to hunt annually

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High Country Colorado on a New Knee with Shaun Smith - Episode 70

February 18th, 2019

Shaun Smith is on the podcast today. Shaun is known for busting his ass in the backcountry to find success. Always putting his son and wife first, he still finds time to crush it in the gym, meticulously go over his archery gear, and plan several hunts a year. Any nonresident hunter knows the true challenge of planning a hunt, let alone finding success. It’s not for the faint of heart and truly puts you to the test. Shaun has proven time and time again that his persistence, preparation, and dedication results in success. In this episode we cover:

  • His disastrous knee injury, what the surgeon did to fix it, and his road to recovery.
  • We discuss the planning process of his Colorado high country archery hunt taking into consideration that he had just came off of a major knee surgery.
  • We jump into the hunt, his strategy, and his biggest buck to date.
  • We cover some technical questions on stalking, locating, backing out of a stalk and more.
  • We go briefly over his setup including arrow, broadhead, weight, etc.
  • And of course, we saw a couple squirrels and went of on tangents. But hell, they might be tangents that are very valuable.

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Iron Will Broadheads with the Man Behind the Plan Bill - Episode 69

February 11th, 2019

It all started with family for Bill Vanderheyden, the Co-Founder and Lead Engineer of Iron Will Broadheads. His grandfather and father had long been telling of the adventure to be found from within the Wisconsin woodland.

Bill’s love of the outdoors paralleled his affinity for math and science, especially physics, which led him to become a mechanical engineer. He has earned a total of 50 patents throughout his career. All the while, his passion for the outdoors continued to grow, with ever more time spent hunting and exploring remote locales.

Since moving to Colorado in 1999, Bill began supplementing his whitetail hunts with backcountry elk hunts. Finally, in 2004, after many years of hard work with no payoff, it all came together and he shot a nice bull. Dreadfully, the broadhead apparently hit the back edge of the shoulder blade and penetrated only a few inches and the bull was never recovered. This incident led to wanting more out of a broadhead.

The pursuit began by analyzing the physics behind every aspect of the shot and reading scientific studies. Current broadhead offerings were researched, purchased, and thoroughly tested. Bill was looking for a broadhead that would achieve maximum penetration, pass through bone undamaged, maintain a razor sharp edge, and fly great at long distances. Every broadhead tested fell short in one or more of these areas. Frustrated with the offerings, he decided to engineer his own broadhead. Over 7 years later, numerous field tests, computer simulations, material tests, all resulted in a long-range shooting broadhead that maximizes penetration, durability, and lethality. A broadhead we all now know as Iron Will.

In this episode we cover:

  • Bill’s Story
  • Time line from idea, to drawing, to actual product in hand
  • Broadhead accuracy
  • Performance in wind
  • Decision to go with bleeder blades
  • What is up next for Iron Will
  • And A lot more

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Why the “How” of Hunting Big Mule Deer Trumps the “Where” with Robby Denning - Epidose 68

February 4th, 2019

(MUST LISTEN EPISODE) JAM PACKED with MULE DEER HUNTING INFORMATION. This episode is a Preview of what Robby Denning will cover in his seminar at the Western Hunting Expo in Salt Lake City February 14-17 2019. Most serious mule deer hunters know who Robby Denning is. He is an avid mule deer hunter, author, business owner, and a family man. He loves to share his knowledge and passion for mule deer hunting via his book "Hunting Big Mule Deer: How to Take the Best Buck of Your Life", podcast, Rokslide blog and forum, and may other avenues. He has been hunting mule deer for a good portion of his life and has devoted countless hours to gaining a better understanding of hunting mule deer. In this episode we cover:

  • Moving in deer country
  • Obeying the wind
  • Glassing
  • Tracking
  • Still-hunting
  • Ambush hunting
  • Knowing the area’s true potential
  • Estimating actual antler size

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