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Episode 59: Todd Vaaler & Austin Manelick

Episode 59: Todd Vaaler & Austin Manelick

We have another fun podcast for you from ATA with Todd Vaaler from Gateway Feathers & Austin Manelick with Mission Alaska. We talk about how Todd got involved in his family-owned business and the passion he has for creating quality hand-crafted feathers for every archery enthusiast.

Episode 34: Brittney Glaze

Episode 34: Brittney Glaze

This week we are joined by the host of Destination Whitetail & Model Hunter TV, Brittney Glaze. Brittney shares her love for the outdoors through hunting, fishing and volunteering. She talks about her biggest passion, working with Hunting for the Cure helping children with cancer or in remission get in the outdoors and experience all it has to offer. Brittney also talks about her favorite hunts, how she got involved in hosting tv shows and what the future holds for her in the outdoor world.

Episode 25: Lisa Cate

Episode 25: Lisa Cate

Avid hunter, nursing student and fitness enthusiast, Lisa Cate joins us this week to talk about how she got into the outdoors, her favorite animals to hunt and what the wilderness does for her. Brandon and Lisa also talk about what gear they use, their favorite caliber rifle and learning the art of animal calling. Lisa also shares a story about getting her first buck on a solo hunt, talks about the difficulties of archery hunting during rifle season and the many organizations she is involved with.

Episode 24: Team Wilderness Attitude

Episode 24: Team Wilderness Attitude

The team, (Matt Howell, Arielle Ferguson, Jason DeWeese & Brandon) sit down at the La Plata County Fair and catch up. Each talks about their successes and failures at getting tags this year, bear euthanizing vs bear hunting and how the Shot, Trapped & Caught BBQ went this last weekend. They also discuss their recent 3D archery competitions, how excited Arielle is for her first hunting season and how to trust in your own archery skills.

Episode 21: Curt Wells

Episode 21: Curt Wells

Bowhunter Magazine editor & co-host of Bowhunter TV, Curt Wells joins me this week to talk about everything bowhunting. Curt, who has been bowhunting for over 36 years, talks about selling his first article to Bowhunter Magazine in 1985, how important practice and fitness are in bowhunting, and what he has learned from hunting with the cameras rolling. He also shares a few of his most exciting hunts, his favorite places to hunt, and how to make the perfect frontal shot.

Episode 19: Team Wilderness Attitude

Episode 19: Team Wilderness Attitude

The team (Matt Howell, Arielle Ferguson, Jason DeWeese & Greg Mumm) are back to touch base and see what everyone has been up to the past few weeks. Matt talks about his experience at the Total Archery Challenge, Arielle breaks down her first run at Train to Hunt Nationals, Jason gives us an update on his foot surgery and we give Arielle and Matt new nicknames. We also talk with Greg about his latest adventures in scouting and discuss what gear each of us still needs for the upcoming season. Also, we have some exciting news about some new companies who have joined us!

Episode 17: Phil Mendoza, Luke Boddy & Nathan Kimball

Episode 17: Phil Mendoza, Luke Boddy & Nathan Kimball

Joining us from the Train to Hunt Nationals in Colorado, Phil Mendoza, Luke Boddy & Nathan Kimball talk about how they prepared for this competition. Phil talks about his company No Limits Archery and Luke and Phil talk about their involvement in their own archery competition event, Alpha Bowhunting. We also discuss how everyone got started with archery, how important it is to get family involved in the outdoors and how the wilderness has made each of us a better man. 

Episode 14: Team Wilderness Attitude

Episode 14: Team Wilderness Attitude

Team Wilderness Attitude (Muley Matt, Arielle Ferguson, Old Man Deweese and myself) sit down to recap the Train to Hunt event that Arielle placed 1st in and preview her upcoming trip to Powderhorn Ski Resort to compete at the Train to Hunt Nationals. Arielle also shares her incredible story about tragically losing her husband, hitting rock bottom and finding herself again through archery and the outdoors. We also talk about overcoming injuries in archery, game cameras vs no cameras and what is coming up for the team.