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Tyson Steel joins me to tell a first hand account of surviving 23 days in the Dead of Alaskan winter after his cabin caught on fire!
In this Episode, I'm joined by long time Alaskan hunter and SCI Alaska Chapter Liason, Louis Cusack. In this episode, we took on some of the hard questions from those who disagree with hunting and direction for new hunters!
Welcome back, Alaska. In this Episode, I'm joined by Angel Heaton. We discuss an incident in 2019, when the National Guard air rescued her out of the Talkeetna Mountains!
Join the Xplore Alaska team as we discuss hunting tactics and getting started with hunting in Alaska!
in this Episode, I am joined by Journalist, Craig Medrid as we navigate the complexities of the fight for fish off the coastline of Alaska and the waste it involves!
Join Tim Hewitt and I, as we discuss his career racing the most extreme human powered race in the United States and possibly even the world! Tim details his experiences with packs of wolves, frost bite, and fractured bones, all in the pursuit of exploration and determination!
Finally, was able to catch up with Brian Watkins in this episode to talk about bowhunting adventures of 2020. Brian talks us through doubling down on mountain goats in south east and stalking grizzlies in the arctic.
Thanks for joining us for another episode of The Alaska Outdoor Podcast!
In this Episode, I am joined by Alaskan Guide and owner of Alaska Wild Wind Adventures, Cabot Pitts. We discuss the highs and lows of the 2020 Hunting Season and various lessons learned from his years running a successful guide business.
In Episode 10, I am Joined by Alaskan adventure enthusiast Luc Mehl!
Luc's website thingstolucat.com chronicles his hobby of collecting Alaskan adventures. In this episode, we discuss hius life long progression from growing up in McGrath to Traversing Alaska's arctic.
In Episode 11. I am joined by Master Guide, Writer and commercial Pilot, Phil Shoemaker! In this episode, we discuss Phil's impressive career guiding all throughout Alaska and detail some of the myths surrounding Alaska's Brown Bears
I'm joined by storyteller, writer, and video producer, Billy Molls. Billy has been guiding hunters in Alaska for two decades and has learned many lessons along the way from animal behavior to near misses.
In episode 13 of the podcast, I am joined by Kodiak Air Service Owner and Pilot, Willy J Fulton. Willy has been flying on Kodiak for over two decades and takes us through his career in some of Alaska's toughest flying. From deer numbers to the Treadwell story, this episode goes all over the place.
I joined Jake Jefferson in Big Lake, Alaska at his home to lay out his career as a hunting guide and journey as a new pilot. Our discussion goes all over the place from division in the hunting community to the affects of technology on hunting today with a fresh side of creedmoor jokes.
Luke Aho from Red Mountain Gear joins me to talk about the journey of creating his company and the story behind it. Our conservation spreads over everything from Russian River piercings to the self Inflicted pain the hunting community endures in the world of Social Media.
In 2016, Seward teacher Ronn Hemstock went for a routine morning walk with his dog. A walk that he will will remember for the rest of his life, after being tackled to the ground by an adult brown bear.
xperienced Mountain Hunter and Owner of Stone Glacier, Kurt Racicot joins me to discuss his journey as a hunter and business owner. From teaching to hunting big rams, this podcast takes us all over the place.
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In this Episode, we take a different approach to addressing and informing Alaskans on some key issues that affect their public land access . From GMU 13a and13b closures to losing access in the Wrangell's, if you are an outdoorsman this episode is all about you can help us, Keep Public lands in Pub
In this Episode, I am joined by Alaska famous author Ned Rozell. Ned is the author of the book " Walking my dog, Jane". In his book , he describes his journey of 800 miles across Alaska following the Trans-Alaska pipeline with his dog, Jane.
In Episode 20, I travel to the house of Roger Morris of www.huntingadventureswithrogermorris.com/. From guide stories and near misses, we unravel the guiding and outfitting career that spans 3 decades in the Alaska Bush!