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On this episode, we bring you our first “swap-cast” that was co-recorded with the guys from The Rookie Hunter podcast.
On this episode, Adam is joined by one of the most eclectic and intriguing guests we’ve ever had on Beyond the Kill: George Severence.
On this episode, Adam is again joined by Shane Mahoney. In the wake of the news about the grizzly hunting ban here in BC, Adam reached out to Shane to get his thoughts on this landmark decision.
On this episode Adam is joined by Dan Doty. Some of you may recognize Dan’s name from his time working on the Meateater show but on this episode, we will be focused on Dan’s new venture, the EVRYMAN platform which he recently co-founded.
As some of you may have heard, earlier this week the new provincial government of BC implemented a ban on the so-called “trophy” hunting of grizzly bears province wide. This ban goes into effect Nov. 30th, 2017.
On this episode, Adam is joined by Ben O’Brien, the Hunting Marketing Manager at YETI. Ben has had the opportunity to travel the globe hunting and documenting the stories behind these incredible experiences in incredible places.
August 4th, 2017
On this episode, Adam is joined by the one and only Corey Jacobsen. As one of the most passionate elk hunters in the game today Corey needs little to no introduction.
On this episode, the tables are turned and Adam sits in the interviewee seat for a change.
On this episode Adam welcomes retired Navy SEAL Andy Stumpf on to the show. Andy is a breath of fresh air in today’s day and age. He’s not afraid to speak his mind and tackle subjects that most people avoid like the plague.
This episode was recorded on location at Mystery Ranch HQ in Bozeman, MT shortly after Adam received a behind the scenes tour of the MR facility.
This episode was recorded on location at Mystery Ranch HQ in Bozeman, MT shortly after Adam received a behind the scenes tour of the MR facility.
In this short episode, Adam is rolling solo to discuss the reasons behind the recent launch of the new bi-annual print edition of The Journal of Mountain Hunting.
On this episode, Adam is joined by Connor Gabbott, Steven Drake and Shaun Gee to discuss a misrepresented and misunderstood topic, both in the hunting community and mainstream media: bear hunting.
On this episode, Adam is joined by Zack and Travis Boughton of Montana Wild to discuss their latest film project: The Outlier.
The Boughton brothers have been producing top-notch hunting and fly-fishing films and photography for years now and in this episode, you’re going to hear all about their feature length elk hunting film The Outlier.
On this episode, we are bringing you a live on location boot fitting from the Schnee’s flagship store in Bozeman, MT.
Curt Smith, President of Schnee’s, will be going through the full boot fitting process with Adam and past podcast guest Steven Drake.
On this episode, we are talking about packs, pack accessories and what’s required in a pack that you can depend on to handle the demands of the backcountry.
Adam is joined by two employees of MYSTERY RANCH, Product Manager Luke Boswell and Product Designer Alex Rich. The three guys discuss the design and manufacturing requirements of building packs and pack systems that are durable, fit well, and excel in the most extreme circumstances.
On this episode Adam is joined by Mike Axelrad. Mike is one of the more unique and thoughtful individuals in the hunting community and has spent the past few years filming some incredible hunts in some incredible places.
On this episode, we will be talking about crucibles. Tests of one’s physical and mental capacities that are severe and transformational. The kind of tests that, upon completion, have changed who we are, how we think and re-define what we’re capable of.
On this episode Adam is joined by Rob Shaul, founder and head strength coach at the Mountain Tactical Institute in Jackson, Wyoming.
Rob and his team have been exclusively training mountain and tactical athletes longer than virtually anyone else in the industry and know what works and what doesn’t where it matters most—in the field.
In this episode Adam is joined by Andrew Arrabito, founder and chief bladesmith of Half Face Blades.
Andrew and his team build some of the most rugged, beautiful—and outright intimidating—knives and axes on the market today. If you haven’t checked out their work you’ve been missing out on some of the most unique and functional blades the knife and tool world has seen in a very long time.
In this episode Adam is joined by Mike and Kelly from the very popular Rookie Hunter podcast.
These two guys started their refreshingly honest, very well produced and informative show just over a year ago and have been growing, both as hunters and podcasters, ever since.
In this episode Adam is joined by a guest that he has been waiting to interview for a very long time: Mr. Shane Mahoney.
This is one of the most important podcasts we have, and likely ever will, air. Regardless of your beliefs on where hunting stands in today’s day and age and how hunting fits within the current narrative of conservation, food and animal welfare this is a must listen episode for all hunters of all nationalities.
In this episode Adam welcomes Connor Gabbott of @cedarandsagebrush back to the show. Connor is a chef by trade but more importantly loves to solo hunt and is one hell of a photographer, and film maker.
The bulk of Connor’s hunting success has been achieved on solo hunts and on this show Adam and Connor dive into the subject of solo hunting.
April 7th, 2017
On Episode #39 Adam welcomes Matt Comment back to the show.
Matt was originally on the podcast a few months back and in that episode briefly touched on some of the nutritional changes he’d made in the lead up to his NWT Dall sheep hunt last summer. These changes helped him show up ready for anything the NWT might throw at him and he came home with a Dall ram that dreams are made of.
On this short “in-between-isode” Adam runs solo on a topic he feels very strongly about…when and why you should be training outdoors!
March 24th, 2017
On this episode Adam is joined by Brady Miller, Digital Content Manager at goHUNT.com and an admitted mule deer fanatic.
This is one wide ranging conversation! Brady is not only a gifted photographer and accomplished mountain hunter but his passion for the outdoors is unparalleled and that passion comes through in spades on this episode.
March 17th, 2017
On this episode Adam goes solo with his post-hunt “Hot Wash” from his February 2017 BC mountain goat hunt. The Hot Wash is a mainstay of many elite level military and law-enforcement units. A concerted exercise where the successes, failures and observations borne out of a given endeavor are reviewed and discussed so the team (or individual) can refine and improve upon their performance on every level.
March 10th, 2017
On this episode, Adam is joined by the host of the upcoming series of THE YUKON WILD, Greg McHale. Greg is one interesting dude with an incredibly diverse background: collegiate hockey player, RCMP officer, wrangler/packer, hunting guide, professional athlete, bush pilot and businessman.
February 24th, 2017
On this episode Adam is joined by Heather Kelly. Adam and Heather dig in on what it takes to launch, grow and scale a business in the outdoors industry. If you’ve ever dreamed of turning your passion for the outdoors into your job or a business you can be proud to own, THIS is the episode you need to listen to.
Episode 33: Thirty Years of Experience & One Big Announcement with Chris Denham of Western Hunter Magazine & TV
February 10th, 2017
On this episode Adam is joined by Chris Denham. From Western Hunter and Elk Hunter magazines, to Wilderness Athlete, The Outdoorsmans and of course Western Hunter TV, Chris is one of the more prolific businessmen in the industry today.
January 27th, 2017
On this episode Adam is on location at Sheep Show 2017 and brings you a mix of short form interviews with various companies and personalities within the industry.
January 13th, 2017
On this episode Adam is joined by one of the most talented photographers in the hunting business today, Steven Drake. Steven shares his tips, thoughts, and philosophies on how to capture engaging imagery that strikes a chord with BOTH hunters and non-hunters alike.
January 6th, 2017
On this episode Adam covers a mix of hunting action, trip details and the Kiwi perspective on conservation and game management, a topic that in NZ has a very different meaning than in North America.
On this episode Adam goes solo with his post-hunt “Hot Wash” from New Zealand. The Hot Wash is a mainstay of many elite level military and law-enforcement units.
On this episode Adam is joined by JOMH subscriber and chef Connor Gabbott, co-founder of Cedar & Sagebrush Productions. Connor came on the show to recount his incredible solo goat bowhunting story and talk about hunting for, as he coined it, the Trophy Experience.
November 18, 2016
On Episode 27 Adam is joined by Gray Thornton, President & CEO of the Wild Sheep Foundation.
Gray is without question one of the true leaders in the hunter-conservation movement and through his leadership WSF shows just how effective and powerful a modern conservation organization can be when it leads from the front.
On Episode 26 Adam is joined by Kenton and Ryan Clairmont, the brothers behind Train to Hunt and the Train to Hunt Challenge. This is the motivation episode!
On this episode Adam welcomes John Barklow, Category Manager of the Big Game line at SITKA GEAR, on to the show. Adam and John dive into the intricacies of selecting the best apparel system for YOUR hunting environment and the concept of “exercising your system”.
On Episode 24 Adam is joined by one of the JOMH’s earliest subscribers, Matt Comment. Matt is the perfect example of the kind of ambassador the modern hunting movement needs.
On Episode 23 of Beyond the Kill.FM Adam is joined by Whit Fosburgh, President and CEO of the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership (TRCP).
On this “in-betweenisode” Adam switches it up and goes solo on a topic he is deeply passionate about: the concept of the HUNTER-ATHLETE. If you’re wondering what it means to be “born to hunt” THIS is an episode you’ll want to listen to.
On Episode 21 of Beyond the Kill.FM Adam is joined by Ryan Holm, Marketing Manager at Mystery Ranch for a behind the scenes look into “The Ranch”.
On this episode Adam is joined by James Dorrett, full-time hunting guide for Bolen-Lewis Outfitters and one of the Field Editors for the JOMH. Although, James didn’t grow up hunting, his passion for the mountains and his commitment to bowhunting is hard to match.
On this episode, Adam welcomes Joseph Peter on to the show. Joseph is a New Zealand based Guide-Outfitter and the owner of Hard Yards Hunting, one of New Zealand’s only free-range and wilderness hunting dedicated outfits.
On this episode, Adam welcomes Byron and Darryl Pace on to the show. The Pace Bros. are the co-founders of Pace Productions UK and the hosts of Into the Wilderness, a phenomenal show they produce that chronicles hunting the rugged mountains and highlands of Scotland.
On this episode, Adam welcomes Kendall Card on to the show. Kendall is most notably the co-founder of Camofire.com and BlackOvis.com, two of the most popular online retailers in the hunting business today.
On this episode, Adam welcomes renowned Alaskan Guide Cole Kramer on to the show. Cole is one of the most sought after Alaskan Brown Bear, Mountain Goat and Sheep guides in the business today.
On this episode, Adam welcomes Dan Richards on to the show. Dan is the founder and CEO of Global Rescue a company every adventurous mountain and wilderness hunter needs to know about.
On this episode, Adam welcomes Tim Pask on to the show. Tim has lived one hell of a life outdoors and he brings an incredible attitude and perspective on fishing, hunting and life in general to the table.
On this episode, Adam welcomes Caylen Wojcik on to the show. Caylen is the Director of Operations for Magpul Core and a USMC (Ret) Scout Sniper.
On this episode of the podcast, Adam sits down for a wide-ranging conversation with Spike Lewis of Bolen Lewis Guide Outfitters.
On this episode of the podcast, Adam sits down for engaging conversation with Kareem Shaya, the founder of a new online venture called Outpost.
March 25, 2016
This episode brings Adam Foss on to the show. From his early days hunting bighorns in Alberta, to his many trips to the High North and his career at Seacat Creative, Adam has charted a path less traveled for the bulk of his young life.
March 11, 2016
This episode Adam welcomes retired Navy SEAL Eric Frohardt on to the show. Eric is now the CEO of StrongFirst, a company widely regarded as the worldwide leader in kettlebell, barbell and bodyweight strength training techniques.
February 26, 2016
In Episode 8 Adam welcomes Kenton Carruth onto the show. Kenton’s one of the most laid back but knowledgeable guys in the apparel business today.
February 12, 2016
In Episode 7 Adam welcomes Jack Atcheson Jr. to the podcast. The Atcheson family has decades of global experience travelling, planning and booking top-notch hunts for their clients.
January 29, 2016
In Episode 6 of the Beyond The Kill podcast Adam introduces the team and concepts behind the latest project from the JOMH, their new online training and fitness platform www.MTNSTRONG.com.
January 15, 2016
In Episode 5 of the Beyond The Kill podcast we welcome Cam Foss, one of the most hard-charging mountain hunters in the industry today.
January 1, 2016
In Episode 4 of the Beyond The Kill podcast we welcome Mark Paulsen, founder of Wilderness Athlete. This represents our second episode dedicated to backcountry nutrition and performance, this time with an emphasis on supplementation.
December 18, 2015
In Episode 3 of the Beyond The Kill podcast we welcome Aaron Davidson, founder and CEO of Gunwerks LLC. Aaron is an expert and thought leader in all things long range shooting and hunting.
December 4, 2015
In Episode 2 of the Beyond The Kill podcast we welcome Heather Kelly, founder of Heather’s Choice Adventure Meals.
In the very first episode of the Beyond The Kill podcast we welcome Donnie Vincent, renowned bowhunter, film maker, and co-founder of SICMANTA Multimedia.