Podcast Category: Conservation
Jerrod Lile of the Huntin Fool joins us on the Hunt Backcountry Podcast to discuss what’s new for 2022 when it comes to hunting regulations, tag opportunities, and the draw process for western states. We discuss changes in non-resident tag allocations, trail camera bans, and much more.
Matt Mullins joins the Hunt Backcountry podcast to talk about the American Gear Guide, his diverse experience in the outdoors and how that relates to hunting, and to share the story of his recent elk hunt where he killed his first archery bull — a non-typical giant in Utah.
Welcome to the Hunt Backcountry Podcast in 2021! We are starting the new year with a new show format as we go "Unscripted" with Emory Wanger. Mark and Emory hop on a call with no agenda, hit record, and this podcast is the result. They discuss a wide-variety of topics on hunting, backpacking, gear, family, and more...
Toby Boudreau, Wildlife Bureau Chief at Idaho Department of Fish and Game joins us to discuss wolves and wolf hunting. In this conversation, we cover the history of wolves, their reintroduction, the growth of their numbers, and the future of wolves as part of Idaho's wildlife landscape.
Before we talk about mentorship and conservation, our guest — Johnny Mack of Washington Backcountry — tells us about his first successful big game hunt, which involves Birkenstocks and a scouting tip from a yoga instructor.
There is a lot of information and MIS-information out there about Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD). Some say that CWD is a real and present danger that could significantly decrease wildlife numbers; others say it is nothing to worry about. What is the truth about CWD? Where did it come from? How does it spread?
Wolf hunting. It can be a hotly debated topic. There are a lot of opinions out there, many of which are very strongly held. In this episode we discuss the wolf hunt that Corey Jacobsen and Tyler Crockett went on this year on Idaho. We talk about the experience they had during the hunt, and discuss WHY they hunt wolves.
Our guest on this episode is Scott Bodle, a Wildlife Biologist and Forest Protection Officer with the US Forest Service. We draw on Scott's expertise to understand how vehicles can be used on public lands for hunting, and how they should NOT be used.
We cover a variety of topics in this episode with guest, Brad Brooks, of Argali Outdoors. Our discussion ranges from late-season deer hunting tactics, to do-it-yourself dehydrated backpacking meals, to beginner archery lessons, to urgent conservation issues such as the potential transfer of federal lands into state...
Wes Siler has been called a "Professional Wildman" that made a living testing motorcycles and fast cars. As a writer, Wes has been published in Wired, GQ, Rolling Stone, Jalopnik, and Playboy. So what in the world is he doing on our hunting podcast? Good question. Obviously, Wes is also a hunter.
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