Episode 108: Freels in Alaska

In this episode, I’m joined by my dad Britt Freel, as well as my uncles Jerry and Tracy. I get to hear a bunch of stories about the old days, how we came to Alaska, and what it was like growing up in what was then a wilderness town of Fairbanks, as well as hunting moose and caribou, and what “the bus” was like as a hunting camp. Enjoy!

-Tyler

Episode 106: The Mediocre Alaskan

In this episode I’m joined by my friend Harrison Gottschling and Jeff Lund, Ketchikan resident, teacher, writer, and host of The Mediocre Alaskan Podcast, which has been around longer than Tundra Talk, and was one of the first Alaska podcasts I found. We chat about Jeff’s trip to get a taste of late winter in Fairbanks and do some caribou hunting. We talk about some of the differences between here and Southeast AK, learning curves, and experiencing new things. Enjoy!

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 90: Steve Stidham

In this episode I’m joined by fellow Fairbanksan and sheep hunter Steve Stidham. We (of course) talk sheep hunting, brown bear hunting, and aviation. Steve is a great guy, and I hope you enjoy the conversation!

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thanks!

-Tyler

Episode 84: Fall Season Kickoff: with Zach Kenner & the Boys

In this episode we have a full crew. Zach Kenner (@hardworkinghunter) joins the podcast for the first time, along with Frank Schultz, Nick Muche, Temple Dillard, and myself. We get to hear stories from Zach, as well as plenty of other stuff. Enjoy!

Comments or questions? email podcast@tundratalkak.com

thanks,

-Tyler

Episode 81: 2020 Bear Stories

In this episode I’m joined by Frank Schultz, Nick Muche, and new guest Rob Simard, to catch up and talk about our to-date bear hunting stories for this spring. We’ve all had a lot going on, so this is a mouthful! enjoy!

Comments or questions? email podcast@tundratalkak.com

thanks for listening!

-Tyler

Episode 63: Carrie’s Ram

In this episode we get to hear the story of Carrie’s first ram and big game animal firsthand. Carrie and Dr Schultz walk us through the whole trip, and it’s a great story!

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thanks!

-Tyler

Episode 58: Jonah Stewart

In this episode, Nick Muche and I sit down with Jonah Stewart of Jonahs Alaskan Outfitters. We get to hear about what got Jonah to where he is today, and being a bowhunting machine, we get to hear some critical tips for bowhunting sheep. Enjoy!

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-Tyler

Episode 34: Uncle Tracy

In this episode, I’m joined by my uncle, Tracy Freel. He’s one of those guys that has been there and done that, and has been a big influence on my passion for hunting since I was a kid. It’s always great to hear his stories and perspectives, and this was no exception. Enjoy!

If you have any questions or feedback, email podcast@tundratalkak.com

thanks!

-Tyler

Episode 33: Q & A

Hey Folks,

In this episode, I’m joined by Matt Herkstroeter for a special Q and A session. I’ve been getting quite a few awesome questions, so we did our best to try and stay on track and answer some of them. If you have any questions yourself, feel free to email them to podcast@tundratalkak.com

 

thanks, and enjoy!

-Tyler