Episode 87: Jason Franklin

In this episode, Jason Franklin is back on the podcast along with Frank Schultz. We get to hear about the past couple years of Jason’s sheep hunting and being moose season, have to get into how much we’re looking forward to moose camp. Enjoy!

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-Tyler

Episode 86: Doubling Up on Rams with Donald Lee

In this episode I get to catch up with Donald Lee and hear about his sheep hunt with his brother. Don is a long-time sheep hunter with a lot of experience and some great stories to share. Enjoy!

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-Tyler

Episode 85: Sheep Stories 2020 with Carl Nelson

In this episode I’m joined by Frank Schultz and first-time guest Carl Nelson. Carl drew the Delta sheep tag this year and we get to hear all about his sheep and caribou hunt, as well as about the sheep and caribou hunts Frank and I went on.

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-Tyler

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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-Tyler

Episode 71: Talking Points, with Donald Lee

In this episode, I’m joined by Donald Lee, who is a very experienced hunter and trapper here in Alaska. We hit a wide variety of topics including moose calling, sheep hunting gear items, hunting with your dog, and our speculations as to whether or not hunting pressure reduces conflict with grizzly bears. Enjoy!

If you have comments or questions, please email podcast@tundratalkak.com

-Tyler

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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-Tyler

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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Every little bit helps, and the more support I can get from listeners who enjoy the program, the more I will be able to do.

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-Tyler

Episode 41: Donald Lee

Don is one of several folks I’ve intended to have on the podcast for quite some time. We hit on a few topics including moose hunting, sheep hunting, and trapping, but consider this an introductory episode to a guy who is a wealth of knowledge and experience. Yet another one of those guys who you don’t know where to even start with. Enjoy!

If you have comments or questions, you can email podcast@tundratalkak.com, and as always, I appreciate your feedback and reviews on whatever platform you listen!

thanks!

-Tyler