EP151: The Cave Bear

Adam shares a recent bowhunting experience that resulted in another cut bear tag cut. Although there’s plenty of bear hunting to be had in the fall here in BC, Adam won’t be hunting bears again in 2019.

First Blood – Colorado Elk, By Russell Harris, DVM

When I was about 100 yards from the rise he was standing on, I looked toward the right of the trail and into the creek bed. I could see that he was lying dead in the creek bed on flat ground 60 yards from where he was standing.

An Island Harvest, By Drew Kress

The diesel motors started up and we were cruising the salt. Heading to the other side of the island to begin our pursuit for Sitka blacktail deer and mountain goat. The captain of the 43’ delta was one of my old friends from times I spent fishing halibut in Seward, Alaska.

EP150: Fred Bear’s Legacy

Adam is joined by Jack Borcherding from Bear Archery to discuss Fred Bear’s legacy, the exciting new bows in the Bear line-up, the new Fred Bear podcast, and spending wisely on gear and equipment.

EP149: The Barrier of Entry with Connor Gabbott

Nolan Osborne sits down with Connor Gabbott of Talus Creative to discuss common barriers of entry to backcountry hunting — locations and gear — and the perceived importance of them to new hunters.

Leupold Mark 5HD, By Caylen Wojcik

Consumers owe it to themselves to take a hard look at what they’re buying before they succumb to industry hype. Modern rifle scopes aren’t cheap by any stretch, so do yourself a favor and try to do realistic comparisons for yourself while you use the information presented to you in reviews like this.

The Importance of Age Class

This is where the importance of age class comes in. Through selective hunting for mature animals, the impact of the harvest is diminished, even in the case of mistaken identification

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