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!
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!
In this episode, I’m joined by first-time guest Brett Terbeek, as well as Connor Owen and Frank Schultz. We recap our moose hunts, and get to hear about Brett’s first sheep, and Connor’s first archery moose. Enjoy!
In this episode I’m joined by my long-time friend Nick. I met Nick in our first couple years of college, and back in 2006, we set off to hunt sheep. It was great re-living the memories of that hunt and hopefully you can learn some lessons from our mistakes.
In this episode, I get to sit down with the man who took the NPS to the Supreme Court and won. Twice. John is a passionate hunter and now advocate for Alaskans, our lifestyle, and use of our lands. He talks about his now famous lawsuit against the National Park Service that has greatly impacted access to many of our lands. John also currently sits as president of the Alaska chapter of SCI, and is raising awareness around the upcoming meetings to decide the fate of millions of acres of federal public lands in northwest Alaska.
In this episode I’m joined by Frank Schultz, Matt Herkstroeter, and Connor Owen, and we discuss the recent draw results, some of the tags we managed to draw, and how much we are looking forward to the coming hunting seasons. enjoy!
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In this episode, I’m joined by Matt Herkstroeter to discuss the push for closures of sheep hunting opportunities in the Brooks Range. Some of these proposals follow suit with the attempted closures of federal land to non-local caribou hunters via the Federal Subsistence board through Wildlife Special Action Requests (WSA’s). We discuss the reality that sheep populations have been hit statewide the past two winters, what might be coming down the pipe, and the importance of staying objective in forming our opinions on the matter. The meeting we expect these proposals to be put forward is happening now, Feb 16 and 17, 2022, and the call-in info is listed in the episode photo here on tundratalkak.com. At the very least if you can call in to stay informed and give feedback if necessary, it will help.