Episode 147: Hunter Knezovich

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!

Episode 145: My Turkey Has Hypothermia, Officer. With Peyton Merideth

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.

Episode 142: Maine to Alaska with Tyson Porter

In this episode, Frank Schultz and I sit down with Tyson Porter who grew up in the big woods of Maine, and binge-listened Tundra Talk on his one-way drive to Alaska. We get to hear about some of his hunting experiences growing up, and his first moose hunt as an Alaska resident. Enjoy!

Episode 141: Spearing Fish in the Dark and Chasing PWS Blacktails

Dr. Frank Schultz is hosting this episode of Tundra Talk, and he’s joined by Carl Nelson and Tara Hutchison. They talk about the interior AK phenomenon of spearing whitefish in the dark, and we get to hear about Carl’s recent deer hunt on the salt water. Enjoy!