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The Hunter Chef
6/24/2019 |  41:23
The feeling of making a meal out of something you hunted yourself is unlike any other. Our guest this week, Michael Hunter, has built his life around that very feeling. We talk hunting, fishing, wild foraging, hunting in Canada vs hunting in the south, and top it all of with a very interesting story of how Michael had to deal with some problems from animal rights activists. 

1:22 discuss the recent shooting in Toronto and the current gun laws there
 7:39 Michael’s background and how he became a wild game chef
 10:56 The story of Lake’s mother killing her first deer
 12:00 the art of wild foraging
 20:00 Michael tells about Antler, the restaurant he runs in Toronto
 22:19 Michael tells the story of the animal rights activists protesting his restaurant
 30:51 Michael’s relationship with MossyOak
 33:11 Hunting in Canada compared to hunting in the Southern U.S
 34:39 Hog hunting
 39:30 how to find The Hunter Chef on social media
 
Muscadine Bloodline
6/17/2019 |  30:24
It can be hard to squeeze in time to hunt when you're busy touring all around playing country music. That's exactly what our podcast guests, Charlie and Gary, from Muscadine Bloodline face on a daily basis. This episode is a whirlwind of fun stories from two great guys who love what they do, love the outdoors, and love the opportunity to share their thoughts and passions with us. 

0:57 The story of how we got Muscadine Bloodline on the show
2:28 Gary and Charlie’s background; how they got started
5:35 What the schedule of popular country music duo is like
9:20 similarities between the hunting industry and the music industry
15:10 Gary and Charlie’s hunting background
20:27 Charlie’s first hunting experiences
22:57 Gary and Charlie tell what the biggest misconception about their job is
 
Where There's Smoke, There's Fuego: A Story of Redemption
6/10/2019 |  54:31
This isn’t just a story for upland hunters, or dog owners. It’s about tragedy, perseverance, motivation and passion. Anthony Ferro joins us this week to talk about his love of the uplands, and the story which has led him across the country hunting birds. He explains the basis of Fetching Feathers, the tragic story about losing his two dogs Gnarli and Radar in a house fire, and how he has persevered from it. Anthony also gives us a run down on his two new dogs, aptly named Smoke and Fuego, along with what he has in store for the fall. Stay tuned, you won’t want to miss this episode!

0:40 introduction to Anthony Ferro
2:20 Anthony’s tells his introduction to upland hunting
4:07 Why choose upland hunting over deer hunting?
6:00 Anthony tells the story of his first turkey hunt
8:19 Anthony tells the story of his first pheasant hunt
10:06 Ben and Lake talk about their first bird hunting experiences
12:16 Anthony tells of duck and pheasant combo hunt
13:00 The story of founding Fetching Feathers
17:50 The story of Rocky Mountain bird dogs, and how Anthony became a full-time dog trainer
18:56 The story of the house fire
27:37 How he responded to the adversity
30:00 What Anthony learned through losing his dogs
31:55 The G&R Foundation
37:17 Anthony tells us about the new dogs, Smoke and Fuego
44:00 Anthony talks about his plans for the upcoming season
49:15 Where to find Anthony on social media, Youtube, etc.
50:53 Anthony tells a funny story about his new kennel
 
Sticks and Strings
6/3/2019 |  55:03
Archery is one of those topics that you can never stop learning about, and with turkey season coming to a close, it seems like all of our minds immediately shift to bow hunting. That's why we brought in our good friend Tim Gillingham, one of the top 5 archers in the world. In this episode we cover a large spread of topics, including some commonly asked questions that you guys send in, such as choosing an arrow, broad head selection, fixed blade vs mechanical, bow tuning, etc. If you have any interest in archery, this is the podcast episode for you!
Where are the Turkeys?
5/21/2019 |  1:04:36

The question we've been asked more than any this spring is, "where are the turkeys?" Where are population numbers? where are they in the breeding cycle? are they late? are they early? Questions like these are genuine concerns and usually lead to other questions, such as: why are the season dates set like they are? Is the bag limit too low or too high?

We decided to bring in an expert to help us answer these questions so we brought in Adam Butler, who is the wild turkey program coordinator for the Mississippi Department of Wildlife,Fisheries, and Parks.

If you love turkeys as much as we do, don't miss this episode.

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