Ty, Josh and Tim Endsley break down the ATA show, free beer, free hats, whitetail deer hunting in the midwest and what public land hunting mean to everyone in the US. Tim is a retired rodeo dude who works with Badlands Packs and hosts the Badlands film festival at the ATA. Listen in on what it takes to enter your film and what the completion looks like.
Josh, Ty and Drew YoungeDyke from Michigan talk hunting, social media and how our posts and actions can affect the voting populous. The subject of the legislative process and how it works is as important now more than ever. And Drew shares his recent Michigan black bear hunting adventure where a misplaced hammock cost one hunter his boots. Don't skip this episode, its important you know how things work and how your actions on social media affect us all.
Josh and Ty sit down with Matt Elliott from Benchmade knives of Portland Oregon and geek out on knives and what makes a good knife a good knife. Learn what makes the Benchmade hunting line of knives so special and why you should spend $100 plus on a hunting knife. Matt helps us break it down to the molecular level while keeping it in terms even Josh and Ty can understand. As always they keep the humor rolling even in with a topic as serious as a fine cutting instrument. The importance of a sharp knife and breaking down your bull elk, deer or anything else you put on the ground.
Join us for a super entertaining and educational visit with the one and only Tyler Crockett, retired pro bull rider, bow hunter, director of the North West Mountain Challenge, member of the Pure Elevation's Team and most likely one of the toughest men you'll ever meet. Tyler tells his story about lacerated kidneys, hemroids and Pure Elevations plans for 2017. Tyler is a great story teller and has more energy than the energizer bunny.
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2017 Smacked us right in the face, didn't see that coming!!! And so the struggle to plan out the next year begins. Josh and Ty talk about their plans to hunt Elk, Mule Deer and the possibility of hunting sheep on a poor man's budget. They tell the story of nearly drowning in a canoe on the Bitterroot river in Montana while hunting geese. Hope you enjoy this episode and if you did please subscribe, leave a review, find us on social media and share with all your friends and family. Happy New Year!!!
The struggle is real as Ty and Josh and Hunter navigate the frigid December waters of Montana in search of waterfowl, whitetail and keeping the canoe upright with two men a girl and the new hunting partner, Abby the bearded lady. True to Shoot'n The Bull fashion the two are always goofing it up as the hunt never is text book.
The three have been on many hunting trips together, mentoring young Hunter into success. But no hunt goes perfect and most are seldom easy, unless you shoot a bull and it dies on a road, then it's easy!
Listen to Josh, Hunter & Ty tell stories of Hunter's upbringing in the deer and elk woods and how the relationship between a father and daughter can be better lived and fostered in the outdoors!
Killing elk is seldom text book and this year, though successful, was no exception. Ty tells the story of accidentally killing a one-horned 6point and Josh admits to a mental melt down or two before killing his bull on a solo trip.
We also sit down with Jack Cholewa, Chicago native with a heart for conservation who ends up living in Montana in a TeePee and working for Backcountry Hunters & Anglers.
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A story about the pressure of a sheep hunt and passing up the opportunity to hunt with Steve Rinella, host of Meat Eater. Also some safety tips on gun rests and cell phones. Hear first hand where BHA stands on Bundy's acquittal and the importance of keeping public lands in public hands.
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Join Josh and Ty as they meet up with Sasquatch (Ben Guttormson) after a failed 12 mile opening day hunt proved devoid of elk but plentiful with moo cows and their male counterparts. Learn a little about the backcountry gear they use and what scent control really means..... And a swing and a miss!
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Join us for our first ever episode of Shootn The Bull Podcast where we join the Born and Raised crew in an unfiltered, unedited story telling event with never before heard behind the scenes stories sure to entertain. A word of caution, don't let your kids listen. These are adult stories told after a few adult beverages.
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