Podcast Category: Gear
Jay from the Mindful Hunter joins us on the podcast to talk about spending $5,000 of his own money to purchase, test, and compare high-end hunting packs. In addition to the pack review, we talk about tribalism in the hunting industry, his plans for future gear review projects, and much more...
Rain gear. You may not need it, or it may save your hunt. You can spend fifty bucks or hundreds of dollars. Company X has proprietary technology with miraculous claims, while Company Y claims its membrane is better. So what do you do? How do you select rain gear? This podcast will help you answer those questions...
Steve & Mark recently filled both of their bear tags on the first evening of what was meant to be a 4-day backpack hunt. In this podcast episode, they discuss the hunt story, lessons learned along the way, and more.
Mark and Emory have an unscripted, informal conversation about several aspects of gear where they have differing opinions and experiences. They discuss the importance of figuring out what works for YOU. And why getting to a place where you're not focused on gear is the best place to be.
Joseph von Benedikt returns to the Hunt Backcountry Podcast to talk about a wet-aging process for venison and his favorite way to prepare and cook wild game. We learn about his experience hunting Kodiak from a boat this past fall. And, of course, we dive into some rifle-related topics, including bullets and ballistics.
This podcast episode is all about rifle actions. We are joined by Mike Lee from Defiance Machine to understand how rifle actions are made, the differences between factory and custom rifle actions, how the action affects accuracy in a rifle system, Defiance's best action for backcountry hunters, and much more.
Stephen West joins us on the Hunt Backcountry Podcast to talk about his work as a guide in Texas and Mexico. Whether it is chasing Aoudad in West Texas, Carmen deer in the Chinati Mountains, or Mule Deer in Sonora, Stephen is a year-round guide that lives for adventure.
This podcast is all about rangefinders for hunting and shooting. We discuss the different types of devices, features, settings, applications, and more. We talk through what separates a $200 rangefinder from a $2,000 rangefinder. The differences in handheld rangefinders vs range-finding binoculars. And much more...
Tim Reeve from Chris Reeve Knives joins us on the Hunt Backcountry Podcast to answer your questions about knives for hunting. We discuss steel types, knife sizes, blade angles, sharpening tips, and more.
Mark Rowenhorst is the owner/operator of Limitless Alaska Guiding. Podcast host, Mark Huelsing, will be hunting mountain goats in Alaska with Limitless this fall. In this episode, they discuss Mark's history, how he became a guide in Alaska, what it is like to hunt mountain goats in Southeast Alaska, and much more.
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