I’m joined by Frank Schultz, Connor, and Adam Owen in this episode where we talk about the highs and lows of our sheep hunts this year. Enjoy!
In this episode I’m joined by Dr. Frank Schultz, Connor Owen, and Nick Krysinski. We reflect on the busy-as-hell summer and, of course, look forward to sheep season!
In this episode, Jed tells the story of his first bear, and we talk rifles, bb guns, and squirrel retrievers.
In this episode, I sit down to chat with my coworker and Outdoor Life Shooting Editor John B. Snow. John’s an interesting smartass who is very knowledgeable on rifles, shooting, cartridges and ballistics. We talk a bit about how he got where he’s at, why medium-sized cartridges have been popular for more than 100 years, and how hunters and shooters often let emotion take over when it comes to their hunting rifle’s performance. Enjoy!
This episode tells the story of my 2023 grizzly, and is also shared on the Outdoor Life Podcast. I’m telling the story of this hunt to my boss and long-time friend, Editor-in-Chief Alex Robinson. You can read the story of the hunt HERE, and be sure to check out The Outdoor Life Podcast. Enjoy!
In this episode I’m joined by Frank Schultz, Temple Dillard, and Jr Pederson. It’s been awhile since Jr has been on the podcast, and we get to hear some stories about bear hunting, moose shooting, getting buried alive in a blizzard, and the story behind running Polaris skis on your Ski-Doo. Enjoy!
In this episode I’m joined by Hunter and his son Jett Knezovich. Hunter had hunted elk and mule deer all his life in Wyoming and had been a Tundra Talk listener since before making the move to Fairbanks. We talk about how things were growing up compared to what it’s like living and hunting in Alaska now, and get to hear about Jett’s first caribou. Enjoy!
In this episode I’m joined by Temple Dillard, Dr. Frank Schultz, and Connor Owen. We talk about busted up sleds, shooting wolves, rant about the federal subsistence board, and a few other things. Winter is getting short, so enjoy it!
In this episode, I’m joined by retired Fairbanks police officer and detective, Peyton Merideth. Although he’s recently moved, Peyton spent most of his life here in Fairbanks, and is a passionate outdoorsman. We talk about his book My Turkey Has Hypothermia, Officer, some of the major crimes and experiences he dealt with, and wrap it up with plenty of hunting talk. Enjoy!
If you want a copy of his book, you can pick it up at Mark Knapp’s shop or Barnes and Noble in Fairbanks, or by getting in touch with Peyton through Facebook.
In this episode, I’m joined by Matt Herkstroeder, Temple Dillard, and Dr. Frank Schultz. We discuss the past year a bit, broken sleds, my muzzleloader whitetail hunt, and what’s to come for 2023. Enjoy!