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Hunt Backcountry Podcast 373 | Mark's Mountain Goat Adventure in Alaska

Having just returned from a challenging but successful Mountain Goat hunt in Southeast Alaska, Mark joins Steve to tell the entire story on this episode of the Hunt Backcountry Podcast. As you will hear, this hunt was quite an adventure, with a lot of ups-and-downs over nine days.

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Hunt Backcountry Podcast 372 | Lone Goat, Part 2 with Shane Vander Giessen

Shane Vander Giessen joins us on the Hunt Backcountry Podcast to tell the story of his 2022 mountain goat hunt in Southeast Alaska. He harvested a beautiful B&C billy with his bow, dealt with 5-inches of rain in a single day, and learned some lessons throughout the adventure. Tune-in to hear the whole story...

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Hunt Backcountry Podcast 371 | Lone Goat, Part 1 with Shane Vander Giessen

Shane Vander Giessen has been fascinated with Mountain Goats from a young age. After decades of dreaming for an opportunity, he finally, and fortunately, got the chance to hunt them. What unfolded was a wild adventures; which is often the case when hunting mountain goats. Tune in to hear all about it...

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Hunt Backcountry Podcast 370 | My Custom Rifle — What I Built, What I Learned...

Mark takes a deep-dive into the custom rifle that he built a couple of years ago. What did he build, what did he change, how has it performed, and what did he learn along the way? He discusses why he chose 7SAUM for the cartridge, what components he used throughout the build, how he selected his builder, and more...

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Hunt Backcountry Podcast 369 | Preserving Memories with Monarch Taxidermy, Part 2

In this second episode of our two-part conversation with Stuart Farnsworth of Monarch Taxidermy, we talk about caping tips, field care for your trophy, how to select a form/post for your mount, how to care for velvet, how to get your finished work from the taxidermist, and more.

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Hunt Backcountry Podcast 368 | Preserving Memories with Monarch Taxidermy, Part 1

Taxidermy shouldn't be an afterthought in your hunt plans. This podcast with Monarch Taxidermy will help you understand how to work with a taxidermist to preserve your memories of special hunts. We discuss how to transport your trophy to a taxidermist, how to bring your game home from the field, and more...

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Hunt Backcountry Podcast 355 | Reverse-Engineering Success with Adam Janke

On this Hunt Backcountry Podcast episode we speak with Adam Janke of Beyond the Kill about a Mountain Goat hunt in British Columbia. As part of our Reverse-Engineering Success series, we will discuss how this hunt involved unexpected turns and key decisions that led to the final moments of success.

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Hunt Backcountry Podcast 341 | Meat Care & Preparation, Hunting Alaska, Rifles, and More...

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.

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Hunt Backcountry Podcast 335 | Iowa Farm Boy to Alaskan Guide & Outfitter - Mark Rowenhorst

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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Hunt Backcountry Podcast 331 | A Portrait of the American Mountain Goat

Researcher, wildlife manager, and author, Bruce L. Smith, has spent countless hours, days, weeks, and months studying mountain goats over his decades-long career. On today's podcast, we speak with Bruce about the majestic mountain goat — to learn more about their history, habitat, behavior, and future conservation.

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