Episode 69: Adam Grenda

In this episode, I get Adam Grenda on the line finally. Adam moved up to King Salmon, AK to fulfill his dream of living in Alaska. He works as a bush pilot and does plenty of flying and exploring on his own. We talk about flying, some of it’s hazards, as well as a few stories from Adam. We had a couple technical difficulties, but it was great to catch up with him, and I look forward to our next one! Enjoy!

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Episode 68: Fall in Alaska, Spring in South Africa

In this episode I’m joined by Nick Muche, Jon Shurtz, and Jake King, and we get to catch up on moose season, Nick’s archery goat, and my trip to Africa. I wasn’t sure what to expect, but it was so much fun, and changes my perspective on some things. Enjoy!

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Episode 67: Louis Cusack

In this episode, Louis Cusack joins me again to give an update on his fall moose hunting and brown bear guiding. We talk about where to drop a moose, GPS’s, cooking grayling, and what’s going on with SCI AK this winter. Enjoy!

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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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Episode 61: Good Rams and Bad Rain Gear

In this episode, I’m going solo, so bear with me. I recap the sheep hunt I just had and how much fun it was chasing rams around with the bow before I got blown off the mountain. I also talk specifically about my catastrophic rain gear failure, followed by some talk about expensive breathable rain gear, and my opinions, experiences, and frustrations with this experience. This isn’t meant to knock any particular company, person, etc…just to point out that everything I feared about using that style of rain gear was proven true to me, and it could have turned out much worse.

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Episode 59: Sheep Season, with the Delta Boys

In this episode I’m joined by 5% of the 2019 DS203 tag holders, Frank Schultz, Jon Shurtz, Nick Muche, and Temple Dillard. Of course, we discuss the coming sheep hunt, what we’ve been up to this summer, and make sure Temple is squared away for his first sheep hunt. Good luck to everyone out there this season, and enjoy!

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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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Episode 57: Mike Monnin

In this episode, I’m joined by Mike Monnin, owner of CaptivateM Outdoors and long-time mountain hunter. We talk about sheep hunting, of course, mental toughness, as well as touch on some of the resident-outfitter conflicts, and how everyone needs to come to some sort of understanding. Mike is a wealth of knowledge, and we had a great conversation. Enjoy!

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