All posts by Nolan Osborne

EP141: What Is It About Wild Sheep?

On this show, Nolan Osborne fills in for Adam and guest hosts a group podcast from the Spences Bridge Sheep Count held annually by the Wild Sheep Society of BC. It was a record turnout, and by all accounts, a fantastic event.

Our Passion, By Sean Keck

“We need to understand the passionate, for it is in the passions that people achieve their highest potential of being human.” – James Swan

Last Breath: Life on the Mountain, By Steve Opat

Morning evolved into midday and the high sun was quickly passing behind the peaks – and no longer gracing them with its warmth. They moseyed around a bit to stretch their muscles as they worked from the east- facing crags into some south- facing spires that were beginning to warm. There they ate lunch and settled in for the routine afternoon siesta beneath the high sun. It wasn’t too long after he laid down that the fate of the day took a dramatic change.

EP140: It’s Not About You with Gray Thornton

President and CEO of the Wild Sheep Foundation, Gray Thornton, is back on the show to discuss the incredible results from the 2019 Sheep Show, international conservation efforts, anti-hunters, and the selfish world view of

EP139: Gear for Goats (AMA #2)

As promised in Episode 135, Nolan Osborne is back to answer gear related questions from the audience and share gear highlights from his most recent Northern BC winter goat hunt. @nmo @athletes_hunt @nicktrehearne Hilleberg Tents

EP138: Keeping It Personal with Adam and Frankie Foss

On this episode, Adam (Janke) sits down with Frankie and Adam (Foss) from Foss Media to discuss hunting (and other) adventures, what defines an “epic” trip, and lessons learned from life on the road. If

EP137: WINTERSTRONG 2019

If you’ve been paying attention these past few weeks, you’ll have heard about #WINTERSTRONG. On this show, you’ll hear Adam and a group of guys talk about their experiences at this inaugural and truly unique

EP136: Getting Real with James Nash of 6Ranch Outfitters

  On this episode, Adam is joined by James Nash, a retired Marine, outfitter, hunting and fly-fishing guide, and fifth generation rancher. Adam and James dig into a slew of topics including, his time in

Long Haired Goats, By Nolan Osborne

B.C’s goat population, though not studied heavily, is estimated at approximately 50’000 animals—half of the world population. The remaining goats in North America are spread out across the western United States, Alaska, Yukon Territory, and the Northwest Territories. If the mountains of British Columbia are the kingdom of the mountain goat, then surely the Coast Range is their stronghold.

Snow White Rams, By Cole Schneider

The mountains were steep and tough to navigate. Even with fresh legs and light packs. Lon was determined. It was obviously apparent how much it meant to him to get a ram. He had no thought of not following me, if it meant a chance at a ram.