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Episode 107: Setting the FOC-ing Record Straight with Dr. Ed Ashby

On this show, Adam is joined by Dr. Ed Ashby, the man responsible for bringing FOC into the
modern bowhunting vocabulary, and Garrett Schlief, the President of Grizzly Stik.

If you’re a bowhunter, you will not want to miss this episode. Dr. Ashby shares the history and
results of his incomparable research into terminal arrow performance, and sets the record
straight on what you need to focus on when considering a move to a high-FOC or ultra-FOC
arrows for your bowhunting needs.

Episode 104: Haida Gwaii Surf & Turf Trip Recap with Steven Drake

On this show, Adam is joined by Steven Drake to recap his recent trip to the islands of Haida Gwaii to chase Sitka blacktails. This was not your average blacktail hunt!

Drake, Connor Gabbott, and one of Connor’s good friends took advantage of the unique hunting opportunities on this remote archipelago, and put together one of the best surf and turf hunting trips we’ve ever seen or heard of. This was a true sea to summit adventure.

Episode 103: Living A Wild Yukon Life with Greg McHale

On this episode, Adam is joined by Greg McHale. Greg is the host of Greg McHale’s Wild Yukon, an incredibly well produced show that just debuted on the Sportsman Channel.

He is also a past guest (Episode 35) so, if you haven’t listened to Greg’s original interview, it would be a good idea to check it out, as the subjects discussed on this show, are essentially an extension of his first interview.

Episode 102: The Guide Life with Nolan Osborne

On this show, Adam is joined by his good friend, and the star of Toeing the Line (TTL), Nolan Osborne.

Anyone that has watched our TTL film will know that Nolan is one hell of a character. But, behind that goofy, and often laconic, demeanor is an incredibly committed and hard-working dude.

With zero experience and zero skills, Nolan left his home province of Ontario to chase his dream of becoming a hunting guide. Since making the leap, he has worked throughout BC and the Yukon wrangling and guiding for Stone’s sheep, caribou, moose, grizzlies, and mountain goats. He is now living his dream.

But the path was not easy. On this episode, Nolan shares the story of how he got to where he is today.

Episode 101: A Systems Approach to Glassing

In this episode, Adam and Chris talk about the story behind The Outdoorsmans (you’ll want to hear that one), and then take a deep dive into all things glassing related.

Growing up in Arizona, Chris learned at an early age just how important effective glassing techniques, and of course equipment, are in wide open country. Since then, he has applied these techniques and tools across the West with substantial success.

Episode 100: The Return of Donnie Vincent

Here it is folks! Episode 100, a big milestone for the BTK show.

First off, we wanted to extend a heart-felt thank you to everyone that has tuned in and supported the show over the past few years. We couldn’t keep doing this without you.

So, as a bit of a thank you, we have brought back a guest that many of you have been asking for: Donnie Vincent.

Episode 99: The Reasons We Hunt with Aaron Hitchins of Rockhouse Motion

On this episode, Adam is joined by Aaron Hitchins, one of the guys at Rockhouse Motion. They are, without a doubt, one of the best in the business when it comes to film and photography production in the hook and bullet and outdoor recreation space.

Episode 98: Quick Hit Gear Review

On this episode, Adam is joined by his GSP Toby for a quick hit “in-between-isode” and reviews some highly versatile gear and equipment he’s been putting to the test over the past while.

He covers some boots he’s been very happy with, a uniquely configured spotting scope that’s proven incredibly useful, a functional and inexpensive knife, a versatile chest harness he’s used extensively, and a couple backpacking stoves to suit both ends of the budgetary spectrum.