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    Episode 609: A Buck Named ‘Hobo’ – The Tale of Kassandra Agarand’s World Record Whitetail Deer

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2022 83:51

    Bigger deer have been killed, but none bigger have ever been killed by a female bowhunter. I'm thrilled to have Kassandra Agarand join the show from Saskatchewan this week to tell us all about this amazing buck she affectionately nicknamed 'Hobo'. Even more importantly than this buck hitting the ground however, is her testimony as [...]

    Episode 608: Big Waves, Speargun Fishing, Hawaiian Hunting Culture, Health and Island Recipes with Professional Surfer Mark Healey

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 76:56

    I'll be the first to admit that I don't know jack squat about surfing. However, it's something that has always fascinated me from an onlooker standpoint. When a mutual friend introduced me to professional big wave surfer Mark Healey with a note that he is addicted to spear gun fishing, free diving and bow hunting [...]

    Episode 607: Christmas Music Special

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 70:33

    Some of you may know my first on air gig was as a DJ in college. This week, we take a break from the outdoor format as I get back to my roots- hope you enjoy the tunes and that it adds a little Christmas cheer to your life this holiday season. These are a [...]

    Episode 606: The Rains Finally Came, Biden’s International Travel Ban Impact on Trade Show Season and Rethinking the Term “Trophy” With John X Safaris, Plus Pnuma’s Will Cooper on Whitetails, Gear and Heated Core Technology for Col

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 105:40

    I've been to South Africa's Eastern Cape five times since it last saw decent rainfall. That all changed recently when the heavens opened up. While certainly needed, it came with a price as fences washed away, animals drowned and tank dams didn't hold. My longtime friend and PH Carl Van Zyl of John X Safaris [...]

    Episode 605: Elk Shape’s Dan Staton on Late Season Archery Elk, His Texas Whitetail Indoctrination, Positivity and the Mental Challenges of Bow Hunting, Washington State’s Canceled Bear Hunt and Much More

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 109:00

    Dan Staton and I were able to share a camp together for the first time in South Texas this fall. We joined up with another mutual friend and Pnuma Recon Team Member Chad Alan Jones for a few days of bowhunting on the Cinco Cuernos Ranch. You never know what kind of mindset or belief [...]

    Campfire Conversations 16: SCI’s Ben Cassidy on Trophy Ban Language in Appropriations Bill, Animals as “Sentient Beings” in Spain, Swan Hunting, and No Net Loss Hunting Access Under Fire in Alaska

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 31:16

    Always great catching up with SCI's Director Of Government Affairs Ben Cassidy. Lots of interesting stuff to discuss on this episode of Campfire Conversations.  

    Episode 604: Catching Up with Texas Killer- Comparing Rifle Calibers for Hog Hunting, The Evolution of Thermal, Cancel Culture, and Lots of Laughs with Our Old Friend

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 97:02

    Anthony Amantine and I go way back, nearly 20 years. We've had alot of fun and funny screw ups afield over that time. We relive some of them this week. A long time authority and thermal hunting and rifles (especially for the purpose of hog hunting) Anthony breaks down some of the gear/calibers he uses [...]

    Episode 603: One State Advises Hunters to Mask Up To Prevent Covid Contraction When Cleaning Deer and A Casual Afternoon Fishing Trip Turns Into A Ghastly Wild Boar Attack

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 81:57

    When I heard that the Wisconsin DNR was telling hunters to wear a mask when cleaning dead deer this fall I honestly didn't know whether to laugh or cringe.  Sounds like more fear mongering regarding the pandemic that has altered all of our lives over the past 20 months. But what do I know? I'm [...]

    Episode 602: Sandhill Cranes with Kent Cartridge & An Old Hunting Dog Learns A Few New Tricks

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 74:31

    I've shot Kent waterfowl loads since I was in college. When the opportunity to work with a brand I already used and trusted came up 4 years ago, of course I jumped at the opportunity. It was awesome to have Kent come down to Texas for a little West Texas crane and dove action with [...]

    Skipping Class Results in 213 Inches of Bone For College Student, Mossberg Introduces New Pistol and Shotguns for This Fall & A Fast Food Inspired Wild Game Recipe Your Family Will Destroy

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 72:33

    Oklahoma State student Cort Travis recently took down this Boone and Crockett monster during Oklahoma's muzzle loader season. He joins the show to talk about chasing this wary bruiser. Sacrifices were made in the process as Cort cut classes and skipped homecoming to make sure his ass was in a treestand. Interestingly enough, his neighbor [...]

    Episode 600 – Family in the Great Outdoors

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 79:13

    I'm not saying this is the best show I've ever done, but it might be the most important. As a father and as a conservationist I look at my kids as my legacy just like many of you do. If we commit to raising our kids to respect and love wildlife but also with the [...]

    Episode 599: Broncin’ Bucks, Thermal Hogs, Bourbon, Long Range Shooting, & Instagram Censorship with Jason Jeter & Animal Rights Activists Back on the Wolf Warpath with Sportsmen’s Alliance

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 88:00

    I've visited with tons of interesting people over the years and Jason Jeter is no exception. We've been friends for some time, although much of that interaction has been through social media. So it caught my attention when Instagram deleted his account without warning last week. They gave no real explanation, the page was disabled [...]

    Horror Stories From Hunting Camp with Keith Warren and Big News From GoWild’s Brad Luttrell

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 95:48

    I remember hearing Keith Warren talking on stage at a hunting trade show years ago. He shared a story that has stuck with me since when he and his son went on a Canadian black bear hunt and the guide drank himself to death in his tent. On this week's show Keith (a veteran of [...]

    Campfire Conversations 15: SCI’s Ben Cassidy on Trophy Import Ban Hidden In Federal Budget Proposal, Big Tech’s Latest Fopaux & Concern of Zooinotics

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 27:48

    Glad to have SCI Government Affairs Director Ben Cassidy jump back on for this episode of Campfire Conversations. The title of the episode pretty much sums up the talking points. It's infuriating how the animal rights activists slip this kind of language/potential impact into a bill that has nothing to do with hunting.   (From [...]

    Episode 597: Corey Knowlton & Todd Bissenden Roundtable on Running from Big Cats, Bowhunter Shot & Killed in Colorado, Vaccines & International Hunting, And What to Say When A Hunter Misses

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 84:41

    Episode 597 was one of the most fun discussions I've had in some time. It's always a treat to have world renowned big game hunter and adventurer Corey Knowlton in the studio. This week, his friend and Jim Shockey's cameraman of 10 years Todd Bissenden came along as well. Episode Highlights: - Are there any [...]

    Episode 596: Two Year Study Puts the Mechanical vs Fixed Blade Debate to Bed, African Tick Bite Fever and Custom AR-10 Builds With Tactical Skeleton

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 95:38

    Every bowhunter has their preferred broadhead. Taking that into account, don't switch if you're getting great results with your current set up. However, if you've been left scratching your head or are interested in longtime outdoor writer Will Brantley's 2 year study on the effectiveness of fixed blades vs mechanical broadheads then you'll want to [...]

    Episode 595: Kidney Stones, Poachers and Death in the Family – An Elk Hunter’s Odyssey & The .22 Revolution With Michael R. Shea

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 101:57

    Outdoor writer and passionate big hunter Michael R. Shea makes his return to the show this week. We dive headfirst into one of the more complicated archery elk quests you'll ever hear of. Deaths in the family, kidney stones, missed opportunities and even sharing camp with some questionable characters all come into play over this [...]

    Episode 594: How the Hunting Community Avoided Another “Cecil” Like Catastrophe With “Mopane” The Lion and Predicting Deer Movement With Spartan Forge’s Advanced Technology

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 74:29

    There's no doubt that the Cecil the lion catastrophe of 2015 has had the most negative impact on hunting in my life time. It looked like we were headed for a similar situation with the recent legal Zimbabwe hunt of "Mopane" the lion. However, SCI worked quickly to diffuse the situation and get the facts [...]

    Episode 593: OnX Maps Origins, Utilizing OnX’s Technology from the Back Country to the Deer Lease and Alaskan Dall Sheep and Turkey Taxidermy With Jared Larsen

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 71:52

    Whether you're planning a DIY back country elk hunt or determining where to set up tree stands on your whitetail property, OnX Hunt's technology is an invaluable tool for the modern hunter. I am thrilled to have partnered with a company who's product I've been utilizing for nearly a decade now. OnX's Jared Larsen jumps [...]

    Episode 592: Red Stag Hunting in Scotland, Biden Bans Russian Ammo and Firearms, PLUS Cable Celebrates 40 Passes Around the Sun by Chasing Trophy Snook in Florida

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 97:13

    International Sportsman's Jeremy Mallette joins the show this week. We dive into the Biden Administration's recent decision to ban the import of ALL Russian made ammunition and firearms. The premise as to why the POTUS and his staff decided to take such extreme measures is quite laughable to be frank. The effects of such a [...]

    Episode 591: Interesting Facts on Dove Biology & Dove Hunting, Plus Shotgunning with Team USA Olympic Gold Medalist Amber English

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 68:07

    When the pair of dove came back to nest on my patio speaker for the 4th time this spring/summer I knew I had to get a specialist on to discuss what I was witnessing. Yes, they come back every season and nest in the same spot, but this was the first time they nested more [...]

    Episode 590: Technical Archery Discussion with Elite Archery & Are We Finally Coming Out of the Gun/Ammo Shortage With Mossberg Firearms

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 74:02

    Elite Archery's Larry McCoy's life work has been done with a stick and string. In addition to heading up Elite Archery's PR team, he's also the host of their longtime bowhunting show "Respect the Game". So when I came to the realization that I needed a more lethal bow/arrow combination, Larry was the natural choice [...]

    Episode 589: Bow Hunting The ‘Prince of the Plains’, The Truth About Giraffe Hunting, & A Couple Mouth Watering South African Venison Recipes

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2021 88:44

    Another safari in the books, another adventure that won't be soon forgotten. However, my 5th trip hunting South Africa with John X Safaris was uniquely it's own experience for a couple reasons. Primarily, it was because I took a bow instead of a rifle for the first time. As with any bow hunting endeavor, the [...]

    Episode 587: Grown Up Blue Gill Fishing and All Things Quail Research, Conservation and Translocation

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2021 77:02

    Do you remember the first fish you caught? I do, it was a panfish. Likely either a bluegill or a red eared sunfish. Most people probably have a similar memory due to these fish's availability and how easy they can be to catch. However, what if you want to specifically target keeper sized panfish? Renown [...]

    Campfire Conversations 14: SCI’s Ben Cassidy On Anti Hunting Legislation Advancing Out of Congress, Zimbabwe To Sell Elephant Hunts to Fund Conservation and Much More

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 29:15

    Episode 586: Flatland Cavalry on Hunting/Fishing & New Record, Plus Needle Nosed Gar Sends Woman to Hospital

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2021 83:14

    The pride of Lubbock, Texas and one of the best acts going in Country music - Flatland Cavalry joins the show this week. Well, half the band anyway. Lead singer and songwriter Cleto Cordero, drummer Jason Albers and guitarist Reid Dillion jump on to discuss their appreciation for the outdoors and the new record "Welcome [...]

    Episode 585: What’s Up With Hunters Voting Against the 2nd Amendment Due to Trump’s Legacy? Plus, Concealed Carry Conversation With Versacarry USA

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 96:23

    Alaskan big game hunter, Outdoor Life Writer, Conservationist and fellow podcast host Tyler Freel joins the show this week. We discuss the proposed closure of 60 million acres of federal land to non local hunters. Also, is there a previous track record of how human traffic/oil field activity affects caribou activity? Perhaps most importantly, how [...]

    Duck Hunting, Ringers & Goose Livers, Wild Hogs & New Tunes With Honky Tonker Bubba Bellin

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2021 73:56

    Our old buddy Alex "Bubba" Bellin makes his return to the show this week. We hear some brand new tunes and talk all things hunting and wild game with the passionate outdoorsman. He might even double down on the bold claim that ringed necks are the best tasting of all the duck species. Blasphemous I [...]

    Episode 583: Gaspergoos, Alaskan Black Bear, and the Latest From Vortex Optics With Mark Boardman Plus Texas Suppressor Freedom Act W/ Representative Tom Oliverson

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2021 95:19

    Texas Governor Abbott recently signed HB 957 - the Texas Suppressor Freedom Act - and this week we visit with the bill's author in Representative Tom Oliverson (R - Cypress). The most obvious question on my mind is how will HB 957 exempt Texas manufacturers and Texans from federal suppressor laws? Representative Oliverson turned out [...]

    Campfire Conversations 13: Ducks Unlimited Throws 2021’s Biggest Conservation Party With DUX at Texas Motor Speedway

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2021 23:02

    In person conventions and conservation related events are back baby and the 2021 DUX Expo kicks off this weekend in North Texas. On this episode of Campfire Conversations, I am joined by Ducks Unlimited's David Schuessler and he breaks down what all is taking place at Texas Motor Speedway this weekend as DUX rocks Texas [...]

    Campfire Conversations 12: HB 957- “Texas Suppressor Bill” With Representative Tom Oliverson

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2021 26:47

    Texas State Representative Dr. Tom Oliverson sponsored HB 957 - The Texas Suppressor Freedom Bill. He joins me on this edition of Campfire Conversations as we take a look at how this bill could circumvent federal legislation. One of my favorite discussions in recent memory. Governor Abbott appears poised to sign HB 957 into law [...]

    Episode 582: Elk Scouting and Hunting Techniques with Eastman’s Elevated and New Mexico Ranchers Sue Game and Fish Department Over Skyrocketing Elk Population

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2021 89:32

    Zeno Kiehne is a 4th generation New Mexico rancher/land owner. In recent years the Gila National Forest area elk herd has increased in population to the point where the elk are now making it impossible for ranchers to earn a living due to the elk competing with cattle for resources. This resulted in Zeno and [...]

    Campfire Conversations 11: Latest Legal Issues Facing Hunting and Shooting Community With SCI’s Ben Cassidy

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2021 25:18

    SCI's Director Of Governmental Affairs Ben Cassidy pulls up a chair around the virtual campfire this week. -Texas Exotic Animal Donation bill sits on Governor Abbott's desk - ATF Nominee David Chipman a threat to conservation - Hunt/Fish Rule could open up 2 million acres to hunting/fishing access - Why should Americans care about anti [...]

    Episode 581: Jammed Rifle Leads to Near Death Experience on Alaskan Brown Bear Hunt

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2021 81:55

    Siblings Trevor Schneider and Tana Grenda recently embarked on a Southwestern Alaskan brown bear hunt in hopes of Trevor taking a world class boar. Due to a late winter and recent snow, the bears weren't at their traditional haunts gorging themselves on salmon along the river. So the pair resorted to spending hours glassing the [...]

    Episode 580: Breakthrough in Chronic Wasting Disease Testing and Hunter Sets New World Record for Shortest North American Turkey Slam

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2021 78:08

    Chronic Wasting Disease is certainly one of the most talked about diseases that affect North American cervid species. It's a silent killer void of external symptoms that can easily be observed. It's spreads quickly and can wipe out entire deer local populations. So, when I heard about a breakthrough in the way we test for [...]

    Episode 579: California Values Wildlife Over Humans & Pets, A Four State Turkey Hunting Trek With First Lite & “Buffalo Run”- An 1,800 Mile Race to the Grand Canyon and Back in the $500 Jalopy of Your Choice

    Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 90:20

    We start off by visiting with San Diego area resident Josh Krieghauser concerning his recent run experience with a mountain lion. It's not uncommon for big cats to steal pets in California, the state virtue signaled the end of mountain lion hunting in 1990 and they've long had an overpopulation as a result. What makes [...]

    Campfire Conversations 10: Brian Lynn – Sportsmen’s Alliance

    Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2021 29:03

    When it comes to fighting against anti hunting legislation across all 50 states plus on a federal level, no group is doing more than Sportsmen's Alliance Pleased to have VP Brian Lynn back on the show to discuss some of the pressing bills aimed at diminishing our rights as sportsmen and women that are currently [...]

    Episode 578: February Freeze Brings Banner Year For Bass Anglers and Comparing Two of North America’s Most Popular Hunting Calibers

    Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2021 83:12

    While the February freeze negatively affected the Texas coastal fisheries, the opposite was true for Texas bass anglers. Five 13 plus pound lunkers were pulled out of O.H. Ivie the 4th week of February 2021 - including the 16.4 lb new lake record (pictured). We also saw 23 Sharlunkers (13 plus lb bass) entered into [...]

    Campfire Conversations 9: Safari Club International’s Ben Cassidy on Conservation vs Preservation, Giraffe in the Anti Hunting Crosshairs, California Wolf Lawsuits, and Much More

    Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2021 29:37

    Nasty Bits from Turkey Camp and Texas Parks & Wildlife Explains Impact and Emergency Changes in Trout Regulations Post Snowmaggedon 2021

    Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2021 62:56

    My good friend, hunting buddy and Justified Pursuit co-host Chisum Cooke makes his return on this week's show. We relive an absolutely insane day in the turkey woods and the subsequent meal that resulted. Turkey Nasty Bits has become our turkey camp tradition. A meal made of typically discarded innards but one that is robust [...]

    Campfire Conversations 8: Ducks Unlimited Scientist Mike Brasher on Why Southern Duck Hunters Had Historically Terrible Seasons

    Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2021 27:53

    Many hunters towards the end of the Central and Mississippi Flyways reported their worst seasons ever in 2020-2021. Weather is an obvious reason for that trend, but what other factors contributed to one of the worst migrations we've seen in the Southern part of the country? Ducks Unlimited Scientist Mike Brasher shares his expertise on [...]

    Campfire Conversations 7: Canadian Hunter/Chef Michael Hunter Discusses Tyrannical Stay at Home Orders 15 Months Later, Lack of 2nd Amendment and Favorite Wild Turkey Recipe

    Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2021 71:06

    Great conversation with Toronto based chef/outdoorsman Michael Hunter (previous guest of the Lone Star Outdoor Show). Canada is still under extreme lockdown orders 15 months post initial pandemic. We also discuss what happens when you willingly surrender your guns to the government because you don't have a 2nd Amendment to protect yourself from tyranny. This [...]

    Episode 576: The Endless Benefits of Shooting Suppressed With Darren Jones of AB Suppressors

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2021 75:31

    Why I waited so long to go suppressed is beyond me. This is an absolute game changer for protecting your hearing and reducing recoil. Thrilled to have our buddy Darren Jones of AB Suppressors join me for an in depth conversation on all things suppressors. From how they're designed and how they work to how [...]

    Episode 575: Chivalry Isn’t Dead – North Carolina Man Saves Wife From Rabid Bobcat Attack & Look Out for Online Ammunition Scammers

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2021 87:14

    Happy Wade seems like as jovial and nice a human being as you'll come across. So it should come as no surprise that immediately jumped into the fray when a rabid bobcat attacked his wife a few weeks back. The video has since gone viral with hundreds of millions of views worldwide. I was pleased [...]

    Campfire Conversations 6: SCI Alaska Executive Director Louis Cusak on Fed’s Proposal to Close 43 Million Acres of Alaskan Wilderness to Caribou and Moose Hunters

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2021 33:45

    New Secretary of Interior Deb Halaand wouldn't promise a "No Net Loss" approach to hunting access or hunter rights. It became abundantly clear why last week when the The Regional Advisory Council (RAC) requested the Federal Subsistence Board (FSB) close 43 million acres of Alaskan hunting units 23 and 26A to non residents and non [...]

    Campfire Conversations Episode 5: Special Ops SGT Major Jamey Caldwell on 14 Tours of Combat to Professional Bass Fisherman

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2021 49:27

    Jamey Caldwell always knew he wanted to fight for his country and that combat was something he wanted to experience. So he signed on as an Army Ranger straight out of high school. He would eventually leave Ranger Battalion for a much more specialized combat unit and would spend the next 14 years constantly deployed [...]

    Hunting African Oryx in the New Mexico Desert – One of the Most Unique Hunts and Sought After Tags in the Lower 48

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2021 94:29

    For years I've been intrigued by photos and stories from hunters pursuing Gemsbok (an African antelope species commonly referred to as an "oryx") in the desert of New Mexico. This week, I'm joined by First Lite's Content and Conservation Manager Ford Van Fossan and National Wildlife Federation Regional Connectivity Manager Jeremy Romero. The pair recently [...]

    Alaska Governor Joins SCI to Put An American Hero on the Moose and Grizzly Hunt of A Lifetime

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2021 57:07

    During his third combat tour on May 27, 2011, Air Force Tech Sergeant Daniel Fye, an Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Team Leader with the 466 Bravo EOD Flight, was severely injured in an improvised explosive device (IED) explosion during a route clearance mission in Mushan, Afghanistan. The blast resulted in the loss of his left [...]

    Campfire Conversations Episode 4: Baylor Bears Basketball Coach Scott Drew on Fishing- AUDIO VAULT Circa 2010

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2021 13:31

    This one goes back to 2010. Actually Episode 18 of the Lone Star Outdoor Show. Baylor Basketball head coach Scott Drew was fresh of an Elite 8 loss to the eventual National Champion Duke Blue Devils. I cut that segment out as it's not really relevant in 2021, however, Coach Drew's love of fishing is [...]

    What Lead Shot Bans Mean for the Hunting Community/Conservation Funding With NSSF and Have Firearm Sales Slowed As Pandemic Subsides With Mossberg Firearms

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2021 83:34

    I expect to hear anti hunters/animal rights activists banging the drum for an all out lead ammunition ban. What I don't understand are the hunters who agree with them or want to push the envelope on why we should voluntarily make the individual choice to only shoot non toxic shot. For me, it's like a [...]

    Campfire Conversations Episode 3: Illegal Immigration Activity and Property Damage Amps Up for Texas Landowners Under Biden Administration

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2021 29:00

    These conversations are always hard. However, being a humanitarian doesn't mean a country can simply open it's borders. The word "country" itself implies a government ruling over a geographic area defined by it's borders. So keeping that in mind, we take on the polarizing topic of illegal immigration on this episode of Campfire Conversations. South [...]

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