Episode 149: The 6.5 Grizzly

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!

Episode 82: More Spring Bear Stories and Prepping for Sheep

In this episode, I’m joined by Frank Schultz and Nick Muche, where we wrap up our exciting ends to spring bear season this year and find ourselves just a month from the sheep opener in August. Summer is a crazy time, and we packed a lot into this conversation…enjoy!

Episode 72: Stan Parkerson, Denali Hunts

In this episode, Nick Muche and I are joined by Stan Parkerson, a long-time pilot, guide, and outfitter, who specializes exclusively in Alaskan bowhunts. Stan is a great guy with loads of experience, and has a lot of great stories to tell!

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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 53: Bears, Boots, and Big Bores with Steve Hallenbeck

My good buddy Steve Hallenbeck joins me in this episode to catch up after a busy spring. We talk spring brown bear and grizzly hunting, sheep and goat hunting boots, sheep hunting plans for fall, and bear defense. Enjoy!

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Thanks! -Tyler

Episode 52: Sharp Rocks and Grizzly Bears

In this episode, Tom Clum of Rocky Mountain Specialty Gear and I recap an awesome week spent pursuing bears here in interior Alaska. I invited Tom up to hunt and shoot recurves (of course), and although things didn’t go according to original plans, it was a hell of a week! Enjoy!

Things have been crazy busy lately, but will do my best to get back on a regular episode schedule, thanks so much to all you folks who enjoy listening!


Episode 50: A Ram Worth the Wait with Seth Wietgrefe

In this episode, we’re sitting in the boat NOT catching fish, talking about springtime, and of course, sheep hunting. I’m joined by Frank Schultz, Nick Muche, and for the first time, Seth Wietgrefe, who’s stories I’ve heard second-hand for a few years now, and it was great to have him on the podcast! Enjoy!

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Episode 38: Year of the Sheep with Steve Hallenbeck

Steve Hallenbeck is no stranger to the podcast, but I hadn’t seen much of him since early august, so it was great to catch up and hear about his hunting season. Steve ended up sheep hunting for nearly the entire season, and a mountain goat hunt on top of that. I hope talking sheep hunting isn’t getting old cause we hit a lot of it, as well as gun safety, and some of the hazards we deal with on a daily basis in the mountains. Enjoy!

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Episode 36: Sheep Season, Moose Strategy, and Ill-Advised commentary

In this episode, I get to catch up with Brett Evens. It’s been a long time since Brett has been on the podcast, so it was great to hear about his hunting seasons, talk some sheep and moose hunting, as well as get into some festivus grievances about the social media influencer/content creator world Enjoy, and if you have any comments or questions, email podcast@tundratalkak.com



Episode 31: JR Pederson

In this episode, I’m joined by JR Pederson, a guy that I’ve been wanting to talk to for awhile. Since JR moved to Alaska in 1991,  he’s been a hunting, fishing, trapping, guiding, and photographing fool. We talk about everything from wolf trapping to sheep hunting and fur handling, and still barely scratched the surface of JR’s knowledge and experience. I hadn’t had the chance to visit with him in much too long, so it was great to catch up, and I hope you enjoy it too!

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