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Ep. 139: Feeding An Adventurous Soul

Ep. 139: Feeding An Adventurous Soul

We sit down with Jessica Byers of Follow Her Arrow & husband Braxton at ATA, one year since we last spoke, and what a year it has been. Jessica & Braxton talk about how their whole world came crashing down in an instant after Braxton suddenly lost his job, and in turn, lost their house & had to move into their travel trailer just 6 months after taking a leap of faith and uprooting their life to a new location.

Ep. 138: Feels Just Like Hunting Camp

Ep. 138: Feels Just Like Hunting Camp

Super excited to sit down with the Working Class Bowhunter crew, Curt Geier, Stephen Moller & Eric Hamann to go down all sorts of rabbit trails. If you are itching to be in hunting camp in the off-season, then tune in cause the only thing we are missing, is the campfire.

Ep. 137: Tony Peterson- Bows & Birddogs

Ep. 137: Tony Peterson- Bows & Birddogs

We are excited to welcome back outdoor writer, photographer and now podcast host Tony Peterson to catch up and talk about his podcast launching today, Sporting Dog Talk.

Ep. 136: The Life Of An Urban Bowman

Ep. 136: The Life Of An Urban Bowman

Urban hunting is a term that we have heard of but, don’t know much about. So, we decided to track down someone who is a self-taught urban bowman to explain all the inner-workings of hunting in the burbs. Taylor Chamberlin joins us to discuss the benefits of hunting within city limits.

Ep. 135: Donnie Vincent- "The Other Side" Five Years of Epic Adventure

Ep. 135: Donnie Vincent- "The Other Side" Five Years of Epic Adventure

Donnie Vincent is known as an explorer, biologist, conservationist, sportsman and, real-life mountain man but, he is also an incredible filmmaker and storyteller. Donnie and his team at Sicmanta Multimedia have spent years in the wilderness documenting Donnie’s unbelievable adventures, amazing animal encounters and experiences with both the beauty & the best of mother nature. His most recent film, “The Other Side” is a culmination of 5 years in the wilderness.

Ep. 134: Family, More Than Just Blood

Ep. 134: Family, More Than Just Blood

We are excited to welcome back, Filmmaker, TV host & Producer, Trevon Stoltzfus, to talk about two of his latest films. Silence Of The Arctic - An Ambient Adventure, documents Trevon’s journey navigating through the bitter cold of the polar ice caps in Greenland, bowhunting musk ox. Trevon’s second film, Adopted, is near and dear to his heart and explains why his father’s selflessness has shaped his family’s life. Adopted is premiering this weekend at ATA in Louisville, Kentucky.

Ep. 133: Be The Change You Wish To See In The World

Ep. 133: Be The Change You Wish To See In The World

Sidney Smith & Weston Jenkins are two incredible men who inspire others for slightly different reasons. If you have not heard of Sid, he is a double amputee who relearned how to walk, swim, run & bike to become an avid hunter and triathlete. Weston started DisabledOutdoorsmanUSA after being inspired by his cousin TJ, who suffers from a similar disease as Sidney, and has made it his mission to make a difference one day at a time through the healing power of the outdoors.

Ep. 132: Wake Up, Kick Ass, Repeat

Ep. 132: Wake Up, Kick Ass, Repeat

About a year ago, we sat down with Matt & Brooke Wright for episodes 50 & 51 to hear all about their wild life and Matt’s multiple Naked & Afraid survival adventures. But, Brooke Wright is no stranger to adventure herself. So we wanted to sit down with just Brooke to talk, gators.