Welcome to TFB Podcast Roundup 12. We’ve just entered fall and as a result, many of you will start preparing for the fall hunting season. Hunting is a time-honored tradition and sport within the United States and it is also a great way to keep yourself sustained and teach our younger shooters valuable skills and lessons regarding firearms and land stewardship. This week I’ve selected a few choice podcasts I’ve listened to (or produced) to give all of you die-hard hunters out there some solid hunting material to listen to as we enter this season. So sit back, relax, and enjoy this week’s lineup of hunting podcast talk.
More Podcast Episodes from TFB:
- TFB Behind The Gun Podcast Episode #29: Staff Writer Benjamin F
- TFB Behind The Gun Podcast Episode #22: John Canipe from Magpul Industries
- TFB Behind The Gun Podcast Episode #33: TFB Staff Writer Rusty S
- TFB Behind The Gun Podcast Episode #25: Tom R with The Firearm Blog
- TFB Behind The Gun Podcast Episode #20: Steve Lemenov – ATN Corp
TFB Podcast Roundup 12: Hunting Blades, Tips, and Coyote Hunting
Length: 32 Minutes
Subjects: Finding the right hunting knife and talk about the types of knives as well as some specialty blades.
Are you looking for a hunting knife that lasts a lifetime? Rob Cabrera of Filo Bladeworks joins Gun Talk Hunt’s Kevin “KJ” Jarnagin to chat about what goes into knife making, finding the right hunting knife, specialty blades, and more.
This one is great especially for someone who doesn’t really get too deep into blades like myself. Knifemaking is just as much of an art as it is a process and this week on Gun Talk you’ll get an in-depth discussion about the subject so you can be as prepared as possible with your blade at your side for your next hunt. Having met Kevin in person, I know that he’s a great source for hunting knowledge and his guest Rob Cabrera is a fine knifemaker so this episode should be a treat for anyone who is a knife enthusiast.
Length: 93 Minutes
Subjects: Coyote Hunting
Coyote hunting isn’t the easiest thing to master and even a couple of weeks ago I had trouble trying to run down a pair on a ranch in Texas with two separate vehicles giving chase. The boys over at the Vortex Nation Podcast have spun up a podcast for everyone to enjoy where they talk about coyote calls, hunting methods as well as the relationship between coyotes and their environment.
Length: 90 Minutes
Subjects: Conservancy and what you as a hunter can do to help keep the Nation’s hunting species and grounds
In this episode (166) Randy talks with Lee McDonald of the Rocky Mountain Goat Alliance. Topics covered include all things mountain goats, how citizens can contribute to science and conservation, the value of volunteers, funding constraints for agencies, advocating for mountain goats, hunting as a management tool, how RMGA made Randy’s 2021 goat tag possible, native species in non-native habitats, and the future of Rocky Mountain Goats.
Length: 81 Minutes
Subjects: Jen Kresser-Campbell talks about her experiences with archery as well as her humble beginnings in the industry to where she stands today.
Jen Kresser-Champbell is an archery industry veteran and leading lady for decades. Jen has worked her way from college intern to President of Delta/McKenzie Targets and is now a key executive for Outtech Inc. In this podcast, John Dudley and Jen sit down and talk through her amazing journey through the ranks and the trials and tribulations along the way that have helped shape her into the tremendous leader that she is.
It’s tough finding women in this industry but the ones that exist within it are impressive individuals with great stories about their humble beginnings and how hard they’ve worked to get where they are today. I enjoyed listening to Jen’s story and I think you guys will too as well.
Length: 44 Minutes
Subjects: Alloutdoor.com Editor Adam S discusses his top 5 tips for new hunters to help them become both ethical and responsible hunters.
Today on the podcast we have our very own Adam Scepaniak. Adam is both a writer for TFB and Alloutdoor.com Editor. Adam is a lifelong hunter and outdoorsman and he really has a passion for conservation and ethical hunting practices. Today Adam and I discuss what he considers to be the Top 5 tips for beginner hunters. Whether you’re young and looking to get your first hunt in or a bit older and want to start, Adam has a few great tips in this episode as well as some neat anecdotes about his time growing up in a hunting family.
Thanks for stopping by to check out this week’s hunting-focused podcast roundup. If you’ve come across any good hunting-related podcasts or any other great podcasts in recent weeks, feel free to drop a link or a title down below and let us know what you think about it. Thanks as always for reading TFB.