EP183: M.Ovi, COVID, and Conservation with WSF

In this episode, Adam sits down with Gray Thornton, Kevin Hurley, Clay Brewer and Kurt Alt from the Wild Sheep Foundation. Covering M.Ovi (wild sheep pneumonia), and COVID’s affect on conservation.

Return of the Lieutenant, By Ian Baird

For some people, the intersection of obsession and passion is a mountain top in Southern, BC, while chasing mule deer. I am one of those people. Since my first experience hunting alpine Mule Deer in 2011, I have been hooked, and most of my offseason training and scouting is spent with the sole focus of harvesting a mature buck.

EP182: Beginners lessons in Sheep Hunting with Mike Pedersen

On this episode Nolan sits down with Mike Pedersen of The Rookie Hunter Podcast, to pick his brain about the learning curve of a new backcountry hunter.

Training for Dynamic Environments Part 2

This is an example of a “typical” gym session focusing on whole-body strength and multi-segmental movements, essentially movements or exercises that force the body to work as a coordinated system.

Training for Dynamic Environments Part 1

The world’s mountains represent some of the most harsh, austere environments on the planet. Snow, rain, blistering sun. Loose shale to moderate ridge lines and near vertical rock faces. We call these Dynamic Environments.

Measuring and Scoring Rocky Mountain Elk – B&C Club Official Guide

In North America, there are three primary subspecies of elk: the American elk (Cervus canadensis spp.), which grow the largest antlers; the Roosevelt’s elk (Cervus canadensis roosevelti) of the coastal areas of the northwest, which are the largest bodied elk; and the smaller tule elk (Cervus canadensis nannodes) of the valleys of central California.

Hunting Head On – Colorado Bighorns, By Andrew Schaefer & Bryan Gwinn

He took a bite of grass, looked up, and advanced one step to face the ewe, broadside. I drew and steadied. I went black. Then I saw red. He careened off the ledge, tumbled and skidded down the valley of loose rock that separated us and into a thicket of brambles that caught the ram

Backcountry Medpacks

Having a well-prepared medpack when going into the mountains or wilderness is not a luxury, it is a necessity. The serious and responsible backcountry hunter must be prepared to deal with everything from minor injuries to serious medical situations.

EP181: Mystery Ranch’s 2020 Lineup, with Alex Rich

Nolan sits down with Mystery Ranch Product Designer, Alex Rich, to discuss the new Pop-Up series of packs, as well as changes and updates for Mystery Ranch in 2020.

EP180: Booner Billies Only, with Jeff Agostinho

In this episode, Nolan sits down with Jeff Agostinho, a fellow BC Resident, and avid mountain hunter, to talk about Jeff’s recent February Mountain Goat hunt. Cold weather, Long shots, and Booner Billies.