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235 - A Career in the Hunting Industry with David Moore, Brad Frost & Scott Carrol, from The Challenge Outdoors
"HuntFishTravel Podcast Episode 235 - A Career in the Hunting Industry with David Moore, Brad Frost & Scott Carrol, from The Challenge Outdoors" Location: Central Georgia Where to Watch: Waypoint TV, YouTube, Sling, Peacock Introduction: In this episode, we delve into the world of “The Challenge”, a documentary style show following Brad Frost & Scott Carrol. Brad is a seasoned television host with a passion for adventure. Joined by co-hosts Scott Carol and Dave Moore, Brad shares his journey from humble beginnings to becoming a prominent figure in the outdoor industry. Tune in as we uncover the stories behind the lens and the adventures that have shaped the show and their career. Background: Brad Frost, Editor, and Host, has been a prominent figure in outdoor television since 2004, producing 34 episodes per quarter. Inspired by a trip to Africa, Brad's interest in outdoor exploration ignited, leading him to embark on a journey with the support of his family. Scott Carrol's love for the outdoors started at a very young age. He tackles filming his hunts, and adds the challenge of doing it all while only shooting bow and arrow. Dave Moore joined the team in 2016 as the Field Producer, bringing organization and expertise to the production process. Show Highlights: The team's dedication to making the show enjoyable, ensuring it never feels like a chore. Collaborating with sponsors who share their vision and support their endeavors. Behind-the-scenes discussions on camera techniques, angles, and production strategies. Spotlight on Kouragous Outdoor Kids Inc., a volunteer group dedicated to helping disabled children experience outdoor activities like hunting, supported by donations and community involvement. Heartwarming stories of hunting experiences with children overcoming challenges, such as Hunter Williams, a 16-year-old cancer survivor. Expansion of the program with chapters in Georgia, South Carolina, and participants from various states. Episodes covering a wide range of hunting experiences across the United States and beyond, including South Africa. Plans for future adventures, including alligator hunting and white tail expeditions. Challenges faced in outdoor pursuits, such as declining turkey populations and the impact of overhunting. The importance of building relationships and creating meaningful experiences beyond the hunt itself. Insights into the grind of a turkey tour and the dedication required for successful outdoor adventures. Conclusion: Join us as we explore the great outdoors with Brad Frost and gain insights into the world of outdoor television production, conservation efforts, and the transformative power of nature. Links: The Challenge Outdoors Instagram The Challenge Outdoors Website The Challenge Outdoors Waypoint Tv Thank you for listening! Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the podcast platform or sponsors.
234 - Fishing Minoqua & Bay of Green Bay with Gauthier’s Fishing Guide Service
Ep234 - Fishing Minoqua & Bay of Green Bay with Gauthier’s Fishing Guide Service Andrew, owner of Gauthier’s Fishing Guide Service, stops by to chat about ice fishing on Lake Minoqua & the Bay of Green Bay. We chat about the odd weather and ice conditions, we chat about the different areas and why he chose to guide for panfish instead of the species everyone else guides for. And then we chat about a new bait he discovered, he shares the technique for using them and why they work so well. Links: Gauthier’s Fishing Guide Service Website Gauthier’s Fishing Guide Service Facebook Bricker Bugs
233 - Curt McAllister talks Toyota and the Outdoor Initiative
Curt McAllister, the Midwest Public Relations Manager at Toyota Motor North America, recently discussed various aspects of Toyota's involvement in the outdoor industry. Covering 14 states in the South from Tennessee to the West Dakotas, Curt oversees the Outdoor Communications at the national level and is a key figure in the Association of Great Lakes Outdoor Writers. During the discussion, Curt highlighted Toyota's commitment to giving back to the outdoors, exemplified by their sponsorship of events like Bass Masters, Major League Fishing, and support for environmental projects. Toyota's involvement extends to funding initiatives like the Bison Project with the Sioux tribe and sponsoring National Public Lands Day for 25 years. As an Executive Board Member of Aglow, a scholarship program started nine years ago, Curt emphasized the importance of attracting younger members to keep the organization vibrant. The Toyota Let’s Go Places scholarships program, part of Aglow, covers travel, registration, and first-year membership, offering mentorship and job assistance. The conversation also delved into Toyota's vehicles, such as the Sequoia twin turbo V6 Hybrid and the upcoming Land Cruiser designed for off-road adventures. Curt addressed the issue of high pricing, attributing it to inflation and emphasizing Toyota's disapproval of price padding by dealers. In terms of initiatives, Toyota sponsors Bass Masters, has a fishing team as part of NASCAR, and actively contributes to environmental sustainment goals, focusing on pollinators and supporting habitats for butterflies, bees, and bats in 13 states. The Bison Project, managed by Native Americans, stands out as the largest of its kind. Throughout the discussion, Curt emphasized Toyota's commitment to a family environment and respect for the earth, aligning with their overarching goal of contributing positively to both the automotive and outdoor communities. Links: toyota.com toyotanewsroom.com
232 - Tommy Kemos, Using Electronics for Ice Fishing.
HuntFishTravel Podcast with Carrie Zylka Ep233 - Tommy Kemos, Using Electronics for Ice Fishing. Tommy joins us in the studio to talk about his journey into professional fishing. He shares some tips on how to find fish early ice, how to use electronics correctly, and how to fish a lake you've never been to before.
231 - Erin Larson Explains CWD
Erin Larson is a Minnesota native, Stevens Point graduate and Wisconsin DNR Deer Herd Specialist. I had so many questions about CWD, and she happily answered all of them. From how to identify a sick deer on the fly, what to do with the carcass if you want to get it tested but still want to get the head mounted, how long it takes for test results to come back and the process of testing samples. A fascinating interview about a topic that has become a well known subject for every deer hunter. Links: WI DNR CWD Info Subscribe to the show - and don't forget to leave a 5 star review! Spotify - Subscribe Here Apple Podcasts - Subscribe Here Amazon Music - Subscribe Here iHeart Radio - Subscribe Here Google Podcasts - Subscribe Here Audible - Subscribe Here
230 - Pat Kalmerton of Pat Kalmerton Outdoors
Listen in to this hilarious episode, Pat is a very entertaining guy who is involved in just about everything outdoors.
229 - Bass Fishing in Wisconsin with Jonny Baumann of Drop Em Outdoors
Jonny, a fellow Wisconsinite is on the show talking about bass fishing, we joke about sight fishing for bass on the spawn beds, he shares some of his favorite lakes in Wisconsin to go bass fishing, highlighting Door County and the Minocqua area. Then we go down the turkey hunting rabbit hole. We chat about Drop ‘em Outdoors, where it came from and how it got started. Listen in to see where they aim to be in the next 5 to 10 years – the answer will surprise you! https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/wwocz/Ep229.mp3 Links: Website Facebook Instagram TikTok Subscribe to the show - and don't forget to leave a 5 star review! Spotify - Subscribe Here Apple Podcasts - Subscribe Here Amazon Music - Subscribe Here iHeart Radio - Subscribe Here Google Podcasts - Subscribe Here
228 - Brandon Sislo of Angling Adventures - Fishing Isle Royale
Brandon Sislo of Angling Adventures stops by to talk about fishing Isle Royale National Park, a remote island wilderness in the middle of Lake Superior that is an angler's paradise that is accessibly by boat or plane. Brandon explains how fishing the island's many coves, bays, channels, and reefs by all-inclusive food and lodging charter boat is the best way to experience it, and he's ready to take you. Links: Website Facebook Page
227 - Hunting California for Pacific Hybrid Deer with Raylene Proto of Ditale Outdoors
#HuntFishTravel Ep227 - Raylene Proto of Ditale Outdoors - Hunting California for Pacific Hybrid Deer Raylene stops by to tell us where the company name came from, and the history of her heritage. We chat about how 10 years ago there were very few outdoor clothing lines for women, and now there are several. I ask her why she and her co-founder jumped into the fray and what makes their company stand out. I ask why they chose True Timber was the choice for the pattern. She explains what a Pacific Hybrid Deer is exactly, where they're found and how hard they are to hunt. She explains the draw process, and why she loves hunting this particular species. Links: Website Facebook
226 - Author Mike Arnold discusses his new book "Bringing Back the Lions International Hunters and Miraculous Rescue of the Doomed Ecosystem in Mozambique"
HuntFishTravel Podcast Ep226 - Author Mike Arnold discusses his new book "Bringing Back the Lions International Hunters and Miraculous Rescue of the Doomed Ecosystem in Mozambique" Mike is a Professor of Genetics and has written several books, the first 4 were more of the scientific nature, but the last book is a story driven by passion as a biologist, conservationist, mostly as a hunter and fueled by a non-hunter mentality. It covers ecosystem restoration and human community improvement Mike shares a ton of facts about Mozambique and its 1 ½ million acres that have been restored with the help of the people and outsiders to a middle-class level. It is historically heaven on earth for big games hunters. In the 1950's hunters and then civil war through 92 shut down tourist/hunters along with travelers. It’s a safe area now, especially the Southern portion. Crime is safer than in Atlanta, Georgia. He shares how anti-poaching movement in the area helped and reminds us that Malaria shots are still needed as a visitor. He discusses how the next book will be more on a global viewing of hunting dollar helping hospitals, community development and the wild game protein feeds the people. Mike’s book has received positive feedback and has encouraged him to write more books. Even a member of PETA remarked, they did not realize how much funding went back into the ecosystem renewal via hunting. Links: Website Facebook Buy the Book Here
225 - Pt 2 Dan Murff Hunting South Africa with Wintershoek Safaris
225 - Pt 2 Dan Murff Hunting South Africa with Wintershoek Safaris Dan stops by to chat about his experiences hunting in Africa. I'm candid and honest with him regarding the fact that I've never had a real draw to Africa. We chat about safety concerns, taxidermy and touch briefly on costs. Listen in to Part 1 of this 2 part episode! Wintershoeksafaris.com Wintershoek Safaris
224 - Pt 1 Dan Murff Hunting South Africa with Wintershoek Safaris
224 - Pt 1 Dan Murff Hunting South Africa with Wintershoek Safaris Dan stops by to chat about his experiences hunting in Africa. I'm candid and honest with him regarding the fact that I've never had a real draw to Africa. We chat about safety concerns, taxidermy and touch briefly on costs. Listen in to Part 1 of this 2 part episode! Wintershoeksafaris.com Wintershoek Safaris
223 - Open Season Sportsman’s Expo Wrap Up with Eric Clark
HuntFishTravel Podcast Episode 223 - Open Season Sportsman’s Expo Wrap Up with Eric Clark This week, I'm sitting down with Eric Clark of the Okayest Hunter, we both had a booth at the Open Season Sportsman’s Expo. We talk about everything he's got going on, and then we discuss the show and if we felt we had a successful experience. We talk about how the show used to be the Deer & Turkey Expo, and Eric shares how the biggest marketing tactic for the show was discovered on Sunday and will be used in the future! Links Open Season Sportsman’s Expo Okayest Hunter Okayest Hunter Website
222 - Lake Trout Fishing in Ontario with Adam Kaufman of Free to Prowl Outdoors
HuntFishTravel Podcast Ep222 - Lake Trout Fishing in Ontario with Adam Kaufman of Free to Prowl Outdoors Adam was interviewed on “Okayest Fisher” podcast going to be at the Open Season Sportsman’s Expo at the Kalahari. We chat about my 3 state ice fishing trip last year, and about my Lake of the Woods trip this past January. Free to Prowl Outdoors’s mission is to inspire hunting and fishing. He talks about how he spent two and a half weeks living in his truck fishing all over Canada, and how his explanation to the border patrol was a bit dicey. Plus he explains how he kept warm sleeping in the back of his truck. We talk about his connections to a resort in Thunder Bay. He talks about how much a non-resident license costs, daily possessions and baits that were successful. Then we talk about what we both have coming up this year. Links: Free to Prowl Facebook Page Free to Prowl Website Open Season Sportsman's Expo Okayest Fisher Ep 3
221 - New Mexico Elk and Navigating the Draw Process with Jordan Christensen from The Draw
“New Mexico Elk and Navigating the Draw Process with Jordan Christensen from The Draw” Jordan Christensen from The Draw stops by for an EXTRA long episode. Normally I’d break this apart into 2 or 3 parts to keep the under 30-minute algorithm happy, but the information imparted was so intertwined there was no way I could break it apart. So go work out for an hour and a half, head up to ice camp and listen along because this information packed episode is epic. Jordan shares his rise in the outdoor industry, and his journey from outfitter to taxidermist to hunting consultant for Cabelas. We talk about permit draws and lotteries and how he helps other hunters navigate the process via The Draw. One of the states and species we highlighted in depth was Elk hunting in New Mexico, he explains the difference between a $750 DIY OTC draw tag vs the $10,000 available landowner tags. And which one is right for you. He talks about what Guided Pools even are and how it works. Then we chat about how We are the Draw service works and the costs you incur by using them. (which is surprisingly low.) We talk about drawing tags, cost of, odds and probably a ton of informational tidbits I’m forgetting about several states and species. And in the end I ask him, “I have no idea what I want to hunt or where, what do you recommend?” And his answer surprised me. The state and specie(s) suggested were extremely doable. Share this on social media with the answer to that question, tag the HuntFishTravel Podcast in it for a chance to win a free HFT tee shirt on April 15th! Links: The Draw Website The Draw Facebook The Draw Instagram
220 - Trail Camera Q&A with Trent Marsh from SpyPoint
HuntFishTravel Podcast 220 - Ireland and my Irish Fishing Trip That Never Was & Trail Camera Q&A with Trent Marsh from SpyPoint Pt 2 Trent Marsh from SpyPoint joins me on this week’s episode, we talk about the new SpyPoint Flex that they debuted last summer. I’ve been playing with them on my deer hunting lease and I have a bunch of questions. I don’t hold back in expressing some minor frustrations not unique to the company, but to trail cameras in general. Trent takes the time to break down the most common issues with using a trail camera, specifically SpyPoint and how to fix them. Questions such as: “I change the batteries, and now it’s not sending photos”, “do SD cards in a cellular trail camera get full, or do the transmitted images get deleted once they are sent”, “for the Flex, I requested the HD version, but there is a problem, and it’s unavailable”, “why are my trail camera photos crappy or blurry compared to all these photos other people post”, “should I just go buy rechargeable batteries since it seems like all I do is change them out”, “my cellphone has 5G in the spot my camera is, but the camera isn’t sending – what’s the deal”, “how often should I even be going into the woods to check/fix/battery the cameras”? Links: Trail Camera search on HFT Website
219 - Ireland and my Irish Fishing Trip That Never Was
HuntFishTravel Podcast 219 - Ireland and my Irish Fishing Trip That Never Was & Trail Camera Q&A with Trent Marsh from SpyPoint Pt 1 Trent Marsh from Spypoint joins me on this week’s episode, we talk about the Ireland trip. We were on an EF Go Ahead Tour group of about 30, that visited Cork, Dublin and Galway. We chat about how much we enjoyed the trip, the differences in the regions, group tour pros and cons, and I think you’ll be surprised at our different opinion in one of the regions. And then we share how both fishing charters Dublin Fishing Trips and Tours and Howth Fishing, scheduled and then GHOSTED me when it was time to actually go fishing. If you don’t want to visit Ireland after listening to us chat about it, you’re nuts. Links: A Week in Ireland: Dublin, Cork & Galway with Carrie Zylka Ireland Photos
218 - Sue Tidwell - Cries of the Savanna and an eye opening adventure in Africa
HuntFishTravel Podcast 218 - Sue Tidwell - Cries of the Savanna and an eye-opening adventure in Africa On this episode, I'm interviewing Sue Tidwell, author of self-published Cries of the Savanna, whose goal as a non-hunter is to make people fall in love with Africa. The book covers her terrifying, amazing, wonderful and scary adventure at Masimba Camp in Tanzania as a non-hunter. (She is not apposed to hunting). Tanzania is a remote area where the people welcome the hunters who give them the meat. The people never waste anything. They lack protein in their diet so they welcome the money (which goes for anti poaching) and meat the hunters supply. She explains about how hunting protects the habitat. They do not have the tools to hunt with, so they poison animals or set traps. She tells a story of brothers watching their herd who are attacked and his 2 brothers are eaten in from of him. She also writes about Lilian a Tanzian game scout who verifies all of her information in the book to be correct. It was a fascinating conversation about hunting Africa as well as the struggles a self-published author faces when going forward with a project like this. Links: Website Faceboook Page Amazon
217 - SoloCast Branson, AGLOW and what I do when I'm done peopling
In this episode I'm sharing my experiences at the Association of Great Lakes Outdoor Writers conference in Branson, MO. Bowfishing, conference highlights, media speed dating, and of course how I coped with my "I'm so done peopling right now" attitude. Be sure to subscribe to the YouTube Channel - I'll be posting a bunch of videos soon! HuntFishTravel.com/YouTube
216 - SoloCast Travels, Trailcams and a New Boat
In this all new solocast, I talk about the Ireland trip, how much fun I'm having with the Spypoint trail cameras, my new big girl boat, and our trip to Door County!
215 - Hunting the Outback - Australia hunting and a hybrid broadhead with True Blue Broadheads
215 - Hunting the Outback - Australia hunting and a hybrid broadhead with True Blue Broadheads In this episode, we're chatting with Max from True Blue Broadheads. I was surprised to find out what species you can hunt while visiting Australia. Very surprised. You will be, too. This is a fun episode and Max was a great guest. Plus, I'm excited about their hybrid broadhead. Links: True Blue Broadheads Website True Blue Broadheads Instagram
214 - Hunting Dogs & Hunting Snow Geese with Bret Amundson
Episode 214 - Hunting Dogs & Hunting Snow Geese with Bret Amundson Bret shares a bit about how he chose the dogs featured in his Instagram account, we share some laughs over past trips and sturgeon spearing events. He then talks about his career and love of the outdoors. And then we go down the rabbit hole, and now I want to go snow goose hunting.
213 - Take a Vet Fishing 2022 Event with Mike Hucker & Aaron Lane
HuntFishTravel Podcast - Take a Vet Fishing 2022 Event with Mike Hucker & Aaron Lane June 11, 2022 fellow Navy Veteran Aaron Lane and I join professional angler Mike Hucker for the Take A Vet Fishing Event on Lake Waubesa. We discuss the event, from a guide, as well as a participant standpoint, the mission of the organization, and upcoming events. Links: Take A Vet Fishing
212 - Hunting Sika Deer in Ireland
Episode 213 - Hunting Sika Deer in Ireland Tommy from Tommy's Outdoor's joins us to share some background knowledge on the species and the environment they live in. We chat about hunting regulations and how bowhunting is not even allowed in most European countries. Sika deer were introduced into Ireland in 1860 by Lord Powerscourt. Listen in to learn about public land in Ireland, herd management, and hybridization. Links: Tommy's Outdoors Website
211 - Navigating Preference Points with Austin Kramer
211 - Navigating Preference Points with Austin Kramer Part 2 of a 2 part episode. Austin Kramer is a Pro-Staff at U-Slide Bow Holder, Northeast Iowa Backwoods Outdoors and Full Service Hunt Specialist at Rolling Bones Outfitters. Austin and I chat about preference points, something I've never had to navigate. And then he shares some great stories.
210 - Hunting Iowa with Austin Kramer
Part 1 of a 2 Part Episode. Austin Kramer is a Pro-Staff at U-Slide Bow Holder, Northeast Iowa Backwoods Outdoors and Full Service Hunt Specialist at Rolling Bones Outfitters. He stops by to chat about hunting deer in Iowa, he shares why he thinks the bucks are so big and how the Mississippi River attributes to providing safe habitat. He shares the zone he'd suggest a person come hunt. Listen in to see if he recommends a non-resident even come to Iowa to hunt.
209 - Shot Show 2022 - Advanced Shooting Analytics - A New Sniper Rifle
Shot Show 2022 - Advanced Shooting Analytics - A New Sniper Rifle
208 - Shot Show 2022 - Novagrade Universal Standard Digiscoping Adapter for Smartphones
Shot Show 2022 - Novagrade Universal Standard Digiscoping Adapter for Smartphones
207 - Shot Show 2022 - SpyPoint Trail Cameras New Flex for 2022
Shot Show 2022 - SpyPoint Trail Cameras New Flex for 2022
206 - Yvonne Brown - Fishing in Ontario and Ontario Women Anglers
Yvonne Brown - a woman I definitely respect for her efforts in angler retention and education stops by to chat about what she's got going on. She talks about Ontario Women Anglers and who the members are. She explains how the "Master Angler Program works. We recorded this before COVID hit and while the event is past, the French River event was interesting to hear about so I left it in the interview. Yvonne is a busy lady and she talks about all the events she hosts and organizes, how they always have loaner tackle and rods, and how COVID affected some of them. Then she shares how she got into fishing and how she caught the bug early and what her suggestion would be if you want to fish in Ontario. Links: Ontario Women Anglers Website Ontario Women Anglers Facebook Page Master Angler Program