Episode 100: The Flaming Bravo

We finally made it to 100 episodes, and this time I’m joined by Dr. Frank Schultz, Nick Muche, Temple Dillard, and Connor Owen. We get caught up on everything going on lately, from ice fishing, to coues deer hunting, to snowmachines catching on fire. Enjoy!

-Tyler

Episode 99: Robert Coker

In this episode I’m joined by Robert Coker, professor of biology, chemistry, and biochemistry at the University of Alaska and also a passionate outdoorsman. We talk about his background backpack hunting for whitetails in the Appalachians, coming to Alaska, some of his scientific studies, and what he’s learned living and hunting in the last frontier. Enjoy!

comments or questions? email podcast@tundratalkak.com

-Tyler

Episode 98: Bleats, Buck Packs and Busted Bodies, with Brett Evens and JT Morgan

In this episode I get to catch up with Brett Evens and JT Morgan and hear about their week-turned-month long Southeast AK deer hunt turned Covid quarantine, and of course we tell a couple sheep stories as well. Enjoy!

Comments or questions? email podcast@tundratalkak.com

thanks,

-Tyler

Episode 97: First times, Freezer fillers, and False Narratives, with Jeremy Highfill and Frank Schultz

In this episode I’m joined by Frank Schultz and my buddy and new hunter Jeremy Highfill. We talk about Jeremy’s experiences hunting this year, goat hunting, ice fishing, as well as some discussion of some outdoor companies and personalities’ opposition to possible oil production in area 1002 of ANWR. Enjoy!

-Tyler

Episode 96: Pissed Off Cats, Trapper’s Revenge, and Different Times, with Tracy Freel and Temple Dillard

In this episode, I’m joined by my uncle Tracy Freel and Temple Dillard. We talk a little trapping, hunting, and get to hear plenty of stories from a different era. Enjoy!

Comments or questions? email podcast@tundratalkak.com

-Tyler

Episode 95: Skookum

Skookum, Adjective: “Marked by excellent quality: First Rate”

This episode includes Frank Schultz, Nick Muche, and Johnny Klug. After the previous episode, we set aside some time to answer Johnny’s questions about getting started in bowhunting and archery in general. We also talk about the uniqueness of “deer camp” down in the midwest and northeast, and have a few thoughts about how wildlife organizations could better help Alaska.

Comments or questions? email podcast@tundratalkak.com

-Tyler

Episode 94: I Sh*t Myself, with Nick Muche, Frank Schultz, and Johnny Klug

We kick off this episode with a couple of listener “Sh*t my pants stories,” meet fellow Fairbanks transplant Johnny Klug, and hear about Nick’s recent Kodiak deer hunt. Enjoy!

Comments, questions, or want to submit your own SYP story? email podcast@tundratalkak.com

Enjoy!

-Tyler

Episode 93: Bunny Boots are Best with Matt Herkstroeter

In this episode, I’m joined by Matt Herkstroeter and we talk a little about his fall, but also start shifting towards winter activities. We talk about bunny boots, used snowmachines, and taking full advantage of winter. Enjoy!

Comments or questions? email podcast@tundratalkak.com

thanks!

-Tyler

Episode 92: Sheep Gear 2004 vs. 2020

In this solo episode, I go over all of the gear (that I can remember) that I used on my first sheep hunt in 2004, and compare it to the equivalent that I use now, and why I’ve made the changes I have. Enjoy!

comments or questions? email podcast@tundratalkak.com

thanks!

-Tyler

Episode 91: Fall of the Caribou, with Nick Muche, Connor Owen, and Frank Schultz

In this episode, I’m joined by Nick Muche, Connor Owen, and Frank Schultz. We get to hear about Nick and Connor’s sheep, moose, and caribou hunts this fall. It’s been jam-packed, and we’ve put some serious meat in the freezers, so we hope you enjoy this!

comments or questions? email podcast@tundratalkak.com

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-Tyler