Steve & Mark just wrapped-up their rifle elk hunt in Idaho and in this podcast they share the story of how the hunt unfolded. They also answer your questions about this hunt, including rifle setups, bullet performance, new packs and gear they tested, and much more.
The guys from Born & Raised Outdoors interview Steve and Mark about their experience hunting elk with bow vs rifles. They discuss the differences in hunting with each weapon, what they've learned chasing elk with both weapons, how both styles of hunting complement one another, and much more.
We're back with a Monday Minute episode to answer your questions and hear a quick story from Jake's opening day Mule Deer hunt. We discuss glove options for cold-weather hunts, what rifle scopes we're running these days, and much more...
Steve is back from the Frank Church Wilderness after a successful, once-in-a-lifetime Idaho Bighorn Sheep hunt. In this conversation we hear about the ups-and-downs of the hunt, discuss the challenges of hunting in "The Frank", provide the play-by-play leading up to the shot opportunity, and much more...
If you are looking to expand your hunting horizons, a winter trip to the Southwest could be just what you're looking for. In this podcast talk about the hunting opportunities for Javelina, how to acquire tags and plan your trip, how to e-scout, and what tactics you should use when hunting Javelina.
She's a wife, mother, and archery elk hunter. Kimber and her husband, Richard, join us to talk about their recent archery elk hunt in Idaho. In addition to hearing the hunting story and what they learned from this hunt, we also speak with Kimber about her perspective as a female that hunts the backcountry.
Join us for an unscripted conversation with Josh Kirchner (@dialedinhunter) about Josh's recent weeklong high country archery mule deer hunt in Utah. You'll hear the highs and lows of the story, the lessons learned, the perspective of bringing along someone that is new to high country mule deer hunting, and much more.
Hunt Backcountry Podcast MM 116 | Splitting & Cooking Meals, Steve's Sheep Report, Late-Season Shelters
We answer your questions about cooking dehydrated and freeze-dried meals in the backcountry. We hear about Steve's first trip into the Frank for his Bighorn Sheep hunt. And we discuss shelter choices for late-season hunts, including some of the pros/cons of a stove tent.
A listener of the podcast, Matt, shares the story of his 2020 elk hunt. Despite many challenges leading up to, and throughout the hunt, Matt persevered on a tough solo hunt and found success. We break down the pre-hunt planning, the challenges of the hunt, and how he ultimately filled his tag and cared for the elk.
On this episode, Steve & Mark talk about Steve's upcoming Bighorn Sheep hunt, answer your listener questions, and about our new contest. Join us in the Exo Experience contest by sharing the favorite moments of your hunt...
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