On this show, Adam is joined by John Barklow, the Big Game Product Manager for Sitka Gear. The main topic of this episode is late season mountain hunting and the gear, skills, and knowledge required to be both successful and safe when heading into the mountains in the depths of winter.
On this episode, Adam will be joined by Robbie Kroger for his second appearance on the show. Robbie is a man of many talents, and many of you may (and hopefully do) know him as the man behind Blood Origins, a unique, film-based storytelling concept. You can find Robbie’s BTK debut on Episode 66 where he discusses the vision for Blood Origins in depth.
On this show, we will be talking about marksmanship. As many of you know, a crew from the JOMH traveled down to Oregon to attend the Leupold Optics Academy (LOA) in preparation for the late-season goat hunt the team recently returned from.
On this show, Adam is joined by the President & CEO of the Wild Sheep Foundation (WSF), Gray Thornton. Adam and Gray managed to connect in-person while Gray was recently in BC, and on this episode, they tackle the concerning news out of Alaska about a potentially deadly respiratory pathogen being found and documented in multiple Dall sheep and mountain goats.
On this show, Adam sits down with past guest Chris Barker, and newcomer Kyle Stelter at the 25th Annual Kamloops Convention of the Wild Sheep Society of BC. Both Chris and Kyle are actively involved with the WSSBC and wild sheep conservation in general, and Adam travelled up to Kamloops a couple weeks back to sit down with these two ardent conservationists to discuss the past, present and future of the WSSBC and why regardless of what province or state you call home, the wild sheep of BC need and deserve our support.
On this episode, Adam is joined by Bryan Martin for his second appearance on the podcast. He is the owner and founder of Asian Mountain Outfitters and in the simplest sense, is a hunting consultant. Part guide, part outfitter and part booking agent, he brings an immense amount of knowledge and experience to serving his clients’ needs…and this week’s show.
On this episode, Adam is joined by Mark Hall. At the simplest level Mark is a scientist. He holds a master’s degree in environmental science and is a Professional Agrologist and retired Professional Forester.
On this episode, Adam is joined by the full crew of guys that were on the JOMH’s recent late season goat hunt and film expedition. This podcast was recorded part way through the trip and includes an interesting mix of guys that have diverse perspectives on the question of what makes a great hunter?
On this episode, Adam is joined by the President and CEO of Leupold & Stevens Inc., Bruce Pettet. Leupold is one of the most time-tested and proven brands in the hunting and shooting industry and on this episode, you’re going to find out exactly why that is the case.
On this episode, Adam (Janke) is joined by the Fossman himself, Adam Foss. Adam (Foss) was one of the earliest guests we ever featured on the show and a lot has changed since then. He has embarked on a new career path and the hunting media landscape has never been more dynamic.
On this episode, we feature a group discussion with nine guys, all of whom were at WSF’s Sheep Show last week.
On this episode, Adam is joined by Bill Roden. Bill is a branding executive in the outdoors industry and a very passionate outdoorsman in the broadest sense possible. He is also an active member of a whole host of conservation and environmental organizations, including the BHA, RMEF, Pheasants Forever, TRCP, Trout Unlimited, QDMA, and the Sierra Club.
On this episode, Adam is joined by Luke Boswell and Ryan Holm from MYSTERY RANCH. Both these guys have been on the show previously, but on this episode we dive into the weeds on pack design and pack construction.
On this episode, Adam is joined by Chef Eduardo Garcia. Many of you may have heard of Eduardo via his film, CHARGED: THE EDUARDO GARCIA STORY, released late last year. It is a story of survival, relationships and living life to the fullest. If you have not seen this film, it is a true must watch.
On this episode, Adam is joined by Alex Viada. Alex is the founder and head coach at Complete Human Performance and the author of a book called THE HYBRID ATHLETE.
On this episode, Adam is joined by Chris Barker. Chris appeared on the podcast previously when we did our swap-cast with the Rookie Hunter guys, but he is back to discuss the auspicious news out of BC this week—the outright ban on all grizzly hunting province-wide effective immediately.
On this episode, Adam is joined by Frans Diepstraten. Frans is an experienced mountain hunter that calls Alberta home but on this episode, we’ll be spending the bulk of the show talking about a BC mountain goat hunt that Frans recently returned from.
On this episode, Adam is joined by the owner of GRIZZLY STIK, Garrett Schlief. If you’re a bowhunter that wants to know how to produce ultra-lethal, bone-busting terminal arrow performance, with both traditional and modern archery equipment, you cannot miss this episode.
On this episode, Adam is joined by ultra-distance athlete extraordinaire Travis Macy. Travis has raced professionally around the world in just about every ultra-endurance discipline you can think of…but this podcast is not about training and endurance.
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