Robby Denning of Rokslide joins us to talk about his life in the wilderness, chasing his dreams and big bucks. We talk about the path that led to him to where he is today, why hunting mule deer has become his life, and some fun stories along the way.
This week, we are joined by Wildlife Biologist, Taxidermist & Director of Conservation at QDMA (Quality Deer Management Association), Kip Adams. Kip has been with QDMA for over 16 years and is a wealth of knowledge about everything deer.
We are joined by Founder of Adventuress Magazine Jennifer Pudenz. Jennifer shares her journey of bowhunting since the age of 4, to chasing her passion of becoming a Magazine Editor, to founding and now running Adventuress Magazine.
From ATA in Louisville, Kentucky, Co-Founder of Built 4 The Hunt, Jeff Moran joins us to talk about fitness & hunting. We talk about how Built 4 The Hunt came about, the new transformation challenges they are doing and what the most important things are to remember when training for a hunt.
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.
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.
Today is the launch of the 3rd volume of Wilderness Athlete’s The Wild Kitchen, The Wild Game Edition. So we asked Wilderness Athlete Director or Operations Kimberly Rush & Chef Connor Gabbott to join us to talk all about wild game. We share some of our favorite recipes from the book, talk about how to properly prepare and store your meat and provide a few tips to those who have never tried wild game. If you love cooking wild game or have always wanted to give it a shot, then this podcast is the one for you.
This week we have the pleasure of welcoming Endurance Athlete & Ultra Runner Joe Grant. Joe has been running ultras for over a decade and has a diverse and extensive resume competing in trail and mountain running events all over the world. Joe’s philosophy on life and the knowledge he has gained from his experiences is incredible & he shares it all including some advice to those interested in endurance running & why he thinks it’s essential for the human race to use their feet, to examine life and find their wild.