EP 148: Bear Charges and Bear $h*t

Nolan Osborne is back to discuss a recent personal hunt, a guided hunt, and believe it or not, the finer points of bear shit assessment.

EP147: How to Get Our Actions in Line with Our Priorities

On this show, Adam is joined by Todd Bumgardner, co-owner of Beyond Strength Performance in Virginia. Todd shares some invaluable insights on topics such as managing stress, proper training volumes, both good and bad training

Ice Age Remnants, By Nate Kalish

The wind bit my cheeks as I stepped off the Cessna Caravan, into a world few will ever have the opportunity to experience. After three days of travel from my home in Fairbanks, Alaska, I

Get Off the Couch: Lessons From An Army Ranger

By Ara Megerdichian – MtnTough After two decades training elite soldiers, MTNTOUGH Coach, Retired Army Ranger Lieutenant Colonel and United States Military Academy Physical Education Instructor, Ara Megerdichian shares how to get off the couch

EP 146: Bears, Boats, and Bullets with Nolan Osborne

Adam and Nolan discuss their recent boat based black bear hunts, one on the Isle of Giant Bears (aka Vancouver Island) and the other in the interior of BC.

Boats for the Backcountry, By Nolan Osborne

For the hunter, inflatables are the best bang for your buck when you are focused on carrying loads. This 13’7” model has a max load rating of nearly 2500lbs, making it more than capable of hauling meat, gear, and bodies on a fly-in moose hunt.

AK Alpine Double, By Jake Lamphier

As my truck came to rest in front of the small log cabin on a brilliant blue-sky day in early September, it was almost impossible to not be grinning ear to ear. This was the second trip of the fall season I had done with Nate and it was already off to an amazing start.

EP 145: Making the Best Tents Possible with Petra Hilleberg

On this show Adam visits with Hilleberg Group CEO, Petra Hilleberg, to take a deep dive on how they continue to produce the best tents available today.

Wound Ballistics: A Bullet’s Life on the Inside, By Mike McTee

When you turn to shooting experts, they often cite personal experience and manufacturer testing. In some cases, they shoot bullets into ballistic gels or similar mediums intended to replicate animal or human tissue. These tests tell the shooter how well their bullet penetrates and retains weight, but ballistic gels lack skin, bone, and organs, all of which influence a bullet’s performance.

Tackling New Areas, By Dustin Roe

Clients, other outfitters, and local hunters always ask me how I get it done in an area that I haven’t hunted before or know anything about. I usually don’t go into depth…but I will give you some inside information as to how I tackle the unknown, and usually come out heavy.