As I type these words, it’s mid-October 2020. Many of us have been hunting for two months now, starting with sheep or caribou in August, moose or elk in September, and now cruising for goats or working to fill whatever tags that are left burning a hole in your pocket.
On this episode, Adam visits with retired pro football lineman Joe Eppele to discuss the comparisons between football and mountain hunting, luck vs preparation, grit vs fitness, and some of the lessons they’ve learned over the course of their hunting careers.
On this episode, Adam visits with Gray Thornton, President & CEO of the Wild Sheep Foundation, to discuss the impacts of COVID and COVID-related restrictions on WSF’s annual conservation and fundraising efforts.
I was back on track for my third try, this time in mid-December, well past the November rutting season when the large rams suddenly appear out of the hills looking for mates. The rut is typically the best time for a large and mature ram to be spotted, but in mid-December, one could still find some of the rams hanging out with the ewes.
A familiar hum filled the air, a comforting reminder that we were only a Super Cub ride away from civilization. But this time was different- the small passenger plane had likely taken off from the small town airport less than 5 miles away from my residence. It has been three weeks now since I have heard that reassuring sound fill the valley floor surrounding our moose camp.
On this episode, Adam sits down with Wardo to discuss his recent solo scouting trip into the BC backcountry. After covering 40-plus kilometers (25 miles) in a single day and learning a few things along the way, Wardo may be ready to become a full-time truck hunter…