Podcast Category: Mindset
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.
Rob Gearing from Spartan Precision joins us on the Hunt Backcountry Podcast to talk about his history as a mountaineer, how that background influenced his product design philosophy, the unique benefits of Spartan's product offerings, and some practical tips for shooting in the mountains.
Paul the "Elk Nut" Medel returns to the Hunt Backcountry Podcast to talk about hunting at his age (66), how he trains to hunt elk at his age, how elk hunters should deal with hunting pressure, what elk hunters get wrong on calling, and much more.
What gear truly matters to you and makes the biggest difference in your hunting? If you had a limited budget and were starting all over, where would you focus your spending? In this Hunt Backcountry Podcast episode, we answer these questions with five experienced and successful hunters.
What lessons have you learned the hard way? Is there a specific story where you made a mistake that you commonly refer back to, or have learned from in a way that changes how you have hunted ever since? In this Hunt Backcountry Podcast episode, we answer these questions with five experienced and successful hunters.
What is the key to consistency in hunting? What do the most consistent hunters attribute their success to? Would it be their pre-season planning and scouting, their knowledge of animal behavior and hunting techniques, their hunting instincts, or something else?
What are some hunting tactics or strategies that you use, which may seem counterintuitive, go against conventional wisdom, or be undervalued in common hunting advice? We answer this question with 5 expert hunters to understand how they do things a bit differently than you may expect.
When the hunt really becomes a hunt and you're in the final moments before a shot opportunity, what is your "Final Moment Mindset"? We answer this question with 5 expert hunters to understand how they effectively perform in the final, and most important, moments of a hunt.
Many experienced and knowledgeable hunters often forget what it is like to be a beginner. A lesson they learned through experience in years past is now something they do by instinct, rather than forethought. In this show, we discuss the things that beginning backcountry hunters should know as they get started...
Considering a solo elk hunt? Whether you enjoy hunting all on your own, or you just can't find a hunting partner, it is possible to be a successful solo elk hunter. It takes work. And a lot of it. In this episode, we are joined by two experienced solo elk hunters, Tyler Boschma and Nathan Jones.
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