On this show, Nolan sits down with Robin Routledge and Josh Hamilton to discuss British Columbia’s proposed wildlife management strategy, Together For Wildlife, and current wildlife projects in the north with the Wild Sheep Society of BC.
On this episode, Adam and Wardo discuss the soon to be released Beyond the Kill film series and Wardo shares some thoughts on wild game cooking as well as some simple, practical tips he’s learned on how to make better use of the meat we bring home.
In this episode, Nolan sits down with Kent Osborne, a lifelong sports psychology and executive performance coach, to discuss the mental side of mountain hunting and the impact of visualization and meditation.
On this “swapcast”, Nolan is invited to sit down with Dylan Eyers of the EatWild Podcast, Website, and app, as well as Chef/Restauranteur Mark Perrier to discuss missing game. They walk through the various causes of a miss, and what you can do help prepare yourself so it doesn’t keep happening, as well as some discussion surrounding long range and its application to mountain hunting.
On this episode, Nolan is joined by long-time friend Connor Gabbott, of Talus Creative. They touch on past and upcoming hunts, life and lessons learned as a camera man, and dive into some more technical …