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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Born and Raised Outdoors Invades the Show with Trent Fisher - Episode 9

June 29th, 2018

Born And Raised Outdoors was founded in 2007 with the vision of capturing the reality of bowhunting and the roller coaster of emotions we experience. Having built our bond chasing bulls in the rugged coastal mountains of Oregon, we have since expanded our boot tracks to many western states. You can watch these adventures unfold on their YouTube channel. The group of “brothers” includes: Trent Fisher, Treavor Fisher, Steve Howard and Kody Kellom.

In this Episode I have Trent Fisher on the show. Trent was a lot of fun to have on the podcast. A very positive, humble, and grateful guy that lives, sleeps, and breathes hunting. In this Episode we cover:

  • Love for elk hunting
  • Filming trial and tribulations

  • Going RAW rather than cinema graphic

  • Struggles to switching to vlog

  • Land of the Free project

  • Hunting story about his Dad

  • And More.

I hope you enjoy the show. 

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Instagram: @bornandraisedoutdoors

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Kifaru International

Music: Ansia Orchestra – Helden Sterben Nicht

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Zach Herold

 

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Life on the Wild Side with Adam Foss - Episode 1

June 11th, 2018

Guest: Adam Foss

Guest Bio: Adam Foss, the co-founder of Foss Media, is a photographer, filmmaker and brand ambassador for outdoor and hunting brands. With a background rooted deep in mountain bowhunting and as an athlete for various hunting companies for 7+ years, he's become known for his ability to help tell unique stories and seek out adventures full of big smiles.

Foss Media is made up of Adam and Frankie Foss, they've been in cahoots for 9+ years. As daydreamers, they love looking at life through a lens, asking "why the hell not?" They aim to encourage others to pick up a fly rod, backpack or bow for the first or ten-thousandth time and go forth. As strategists, they develop and execute a content strategy that will engage, inspire and - most importantly - achieve the goals of the business, individual or organization. 

Foss Media is fortunate to collaborate with many talented photographers, filmmakers, writers, designers, editors, musicians and friends.  The team supports several conservation organizations who play an active role in protecting wild places and enhancing wildlife conservation.

Instagram: @fossman8

Website: https://www.foss.media/

Conversation Topics:

  • The drive behind his pictures and videos.
  • How hunting has helped his filming and photography.
  • Before the hunt physical
  • Physical or mental strength more important?
  • Archery Practice
  • Releases
  • “Connected” (2013) Short film on his sheep hunt link: https://vimeo.com/106987556
  • Staying in the same area even after not seeing the sheep he wanted to shoot.

Don’t forget to subscribe to our eMagazine at Archery Maniacs it is full of stories, tips and tactics, recipes, gear reviews, and more.

More from us:

Website: https://www.archerymaniacs.com

Instagram: @ArcheryManiacs

Facebook: ArcheryManiacs1

A special thanks to:

Gannett Ridge Sporting Equipment

Dark Energy Tech

Kifaru International

Music: Ansia Orchestra – Helden Sterben Nicht

Link: https://youtu.be/rfj6xFoDXL0

Music provided by: xEpic Journey

I know I said it above, but you don’t want to miss out on our eMagazine, subscribe at Archery Maniacs it is full of stories, tips and tactics, recipes, gear reviews, and more.

Thank you for tuning in, and we hope you enjoyed the show. As always, shoot straight, keep ripping, and live life at full draw.

Zach Herold

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