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Shoot'n The Bull Podcast

Shoot'n The Bull Podcast hosted by Josh Keller and Ty Stubblefield is a whole lot of bull shoot'n, fact finding and down right entertaining. We aim to please and please to aim and most of all strive to entertain! We talk about elk, deer, waterfowl and just about every other type and method of hunting that takes place on the north american continent.
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Apr 21, 2019

We break into an un-planned discussion on boots we've worn over the past four or five years. Listen to our unbiased opinion on the most popular boots on the market today. We also talk about Josh's recovery and the good news he brought back from his last trip to the Mayo Clinic. 

We're also giving away a Kifaru Reckoning - to enter just go to www.shootnthebullpodcast.com - pick up a hat or t-shirt for one entry each and a hoody for five entries. Deadline is May 6th, we'll draw a winner shortly after!

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Apr 5, 2019

The first drunken Shoot'n The Bull podcast, recorded in the wine cellar of the La Palmosa Ranch. 

 

 

 

Mar 29, 2019

The La Palmosa Ranch in Mexico is conservation success story. Ty sits down with Rene Hernandez who shares the history of the ranch along with how the desert bighorn sheep went from being extirpated to thriving in the area. Heather and Justin Wise also join the conservation. Heather was lucky enough to win a hunt on La Palmosa through the Wild Sheep Foundation. Check out our previous episode to hear how to hunt went.

  

Mar 22, 2019

Heather Wise won the desert sheep hunt donated to the Wild Sheep Foundation by La Palmosa Ranch. WSF gave away the hunt at their life member breakfast in 2018. The kicker to this giveaway is you have to be present to win. Heather, being the trooper she is, made the breakfast still three sheets to the wind from the night before. When they drew her name she wasn't able to hide her condition and stumbled on stage to accept the prize. Listen how this hunt went!

Mar 15, 2019

Josh and Ty catch up and talk about big plans for 2019.  Its looking like a trip to Alaska is in the works.  The plan as of now is to hunt moose and brown bear with Mark Livesay of Treeline Pursuits.  Of course they will be hunting elk and filming all hunting related endeavors for 2019.  Its shaping up to be a killer year and very entertaining!   

We appreciate your support and listening. If you'd like to help us out even more you can share this episode on social media and go to our website and purchase Shoot'n The Bull apparel. Thanks again and enjoy the show!

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Feb 7, 2019

Ty sat down with Sean Degrey, founder of the Total Archery Challenge (TAC) previously known as Bowcast at the Berg has changed 3D archery as we know it. We'll break down the mountain shoot and some of why things have evolved the way they have. Sean's an all around great dude with an awesome sense of humor. Listen in as we break down TAC, raising kids and moose hunting in Alaska. If you've never been you should make it a point to go least one time! Be forewarned, they sell out fast with some selling out within days of registration opening. 

We appreciate your support and listening. If you'd like to help us out even more you can share this episode on social media and go to our website and purchase Shoot'n The Bull apparel. Thanks again and enjoy the show!

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Feb 1, 2019

In this episode we recap our fall elk hunts and Josh's wilderness bison hunt. 

 

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Jan 17, 2019

Once again we are joined by Mark Livesay from Treeline Pursuits and Ultramax Sports. We recap our week spent hunting mule deer in eastern Montana. It was an interesting week with food poisoning, wall tent troubles, shenanigans, and a little success. 

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Jan 10, 2019

Ty and Josh are joined by Mark Livesay of Treeline Pursuits and Ultramax Sports on their way east to hunt mule deer. The crew talks game plan as they prepare to spend a week looking to fill their tags. 

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Jan 4, 2019

We sat down with Mark Livesay of Treeline Pursuits and Ultramax Sports and talked about pack llamas and Ironman Triathlons. 

Elk hunting is a tough sport and what better to compare it to than a triathlon. Mark's competed in 10 tri's including the Kona Ironman. He's a tough hombre who's been around the block. Mark has recently "retired" and does a ton of backcountry trips in the summer and through elk, bear and deer season with his trusty pack of super llama's. We go over the top 5 reasons for owning and using llama's. 

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Nov 4, 2018

We're back!! This podcast was interrupted for the 2018 Montana Elk, Deer, Antelope, Bison, and soon to come bird season. Shoot'n The Bull Podcast is not funded by sponsors or someone's large bank account. We do however now have some pretty cool apparel that you can purchase to help us keep this thing alive. See details below and remember Christmas is coming so tell ALL your friends and family about the Shoot'n the Bull store.

Here's a little preview into Land of the Free 2.0! This episode is about the Montana leg of Born and Raised Outdoors Land of the Free 2.0 project. SPOILER ALERT! A few elk lost their lives to the making of this project. You'll get to here an all encompassing recount of the Montana hunt at the trailhead after the crew packed out the last load. You'll have to watch the series to get the visual but they do a pretty good job at painting the picture with words, at least for the Montana leg.

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Aug 29, 2018

This conversation takes place in Big Sky, Montana at the Total Archery Challenge. We uncover how Ben, AKA Shedcrazy, broke out of his mundane day job to make a living entertaining us all in the hunting world. He also gives us a sneak peak on what lies in store this coming season. 

We hope you enjoy this conversation as much as we did, its not short of laughs and inappropriateness.......

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Aug 15, 2018

With elk season's fast approaching Ty & Josh talk about elk scouting, hunting and behaviors. Comparing the differences between Rocky's and Roosevelts and all the theories they have about elk and elk habitat.

Don't miss this one, you might learn something!!

And if you haven't already get Davids new country album, "Made Out West" on iTunes, Spotify and on CD wherever you find David! 

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Aug 1, 2018

We had the amazing opportunity to sit down with guest David Wise, two time gold medalist, father of two children and hunter. Humble, well spoken and all around good dude. Get to know David as we talk about life and society outside of hunting and the duties we have to educate the non-hunting community about what we do. 

If you're not already, follow him on IG @mrdavidwise 

Jul 24, 2018

Join Josh and Ty as they drive through Yellowstone National Park on a Sunday afternoon in July. If your faith in humanity is waining we highly recommend you don't go to Yellowstone NP during peak tourist season. Laugh along with them as they discuss the "People of Yellowstone" and the 40 mile, three day scouting trip they're coming back from. And learn what amazing tag Josh drew that boarders the northern boundary of Yellowstone NP. It'll take you back in time and finish out the latest series of Shoot'n The Bull. 

And the disease Bison and elk carry is brucellosis, for whatever reason the two clowns couldn't remember it.

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As always, thanks for listening and enjoy!

Jul 17, 2018

Our second episode with Cody Spencer from Lethbridge, Alberta Canada. Cody spent a few days with Ty and Josh in western Montana while he was looking over bison bulls at Bitterroot Bison. Expanding his heard and his knowledge about bison, Cody is a wealth of knowledge on the habitat, culture and community of bison. 

Please enjoy one of our last episodes in this bison series. We can't promise there won't be more down the line but for now we'll leave you with some comedial entertainment and exuberant amount of bison knowledge.

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Thanks again, Cheers!

Jul 11, 2018

This is a must listen to episode. Absolutely one of our most educational conversations on Bison and Conservation history in North America. We dive deep into the complex issue and likely the most successful conservation success story of our time. 

Keith Aune is an author, historian, lover of Bison and dedicated conservationist who also tells a great story. Follow along as Keith breaks down the complexity of the Bison issue. We thoroughly enjoyed this conversation and know that you will to.

 

Jul 3, 2018

Ty and Heather sit down over lunch beers and talk about Bison, getting involved in conservation and putting your money where your mouth is. That means doing shit instead of talking shit!! 

Heather is a collegiate athlete, bad ass women, creator of Heathers Choice lightweight backpacking foods and an absolute go getter. Listen and enjoy as Heather goes from interviewee to interviewer.  

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Jun 26, 2018

This is the first episode in a series of 4 podcasts on the subject of a North American icon, the Buffalo!     

The conversation takes place below the massive cliffs that tower over  Pine Creek lake in the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness. Ty sits down with good friend Cody Spencer, owner of Sweetgrass Bison in Alberta, CA. Cody is an officianado on all things Bison and practitioner of simple and truly organic methods of raising bison. 

They talk about the past, present and future of the iconic beast. The what the why and the how they came to be where they are today and why we should care about them.

If you were ever curious about the buffalo you don't want to miss this series. Enjoy!

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Jun 19, 2018

Courtney LeVesque and Steven Dahn from Elevation Fitness Training sat down with us at The Northwest Mountain Challenge at Hoodoo ski resort.  Courtney and Steven are both Certified Personal Trainers.  They are both very active in the hunting community and have started an online Personal Training business called Elevation Fitness Training.  Whether you want to train at home or the gym, they will design a custom program based on your needs to help you achieve your goals!  In the past year Courtney underwent 4 major surgeries, one of which being shoulder surgery.  As an avid hunter and a dedicated archer, she breaks down what it took for her recovery and how she worked around her injuries to remain active in what she loves.  With one arm in a sling she picked up a bow and decided to shoot with a mouth tab.  Throughout her drive and persistence she became very accurate out past 40 yards.  Courtney's success with her mouth tab inspired Josh to pick up a left handed bow and give it a shot!  Listen as she gives Josh tips and pointers on everything from how to set the bow up, to form and shot sequence!  Courtney and Steven are great people with a great sense of humor which makes them a perfect fit for the show!

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Jun 5, 2018

At the 2018 BHA Rendezvous, Rex Wolferman and Josh got the opportunity to square up with Jack Lander of Golden Roosie Outdoors.  Jack Lander is an avid and successful archery hunter.  He's also a boots to the ground conservationist.  Jack is a board member for Backcountry Hunters and Anglers.  Last year Jack had the best hunting season of his life.  He harvested his largest Roosevelt bull and his largest Blacktail buck to date.  In this podcast Jack breaks down some of his style and technique on hunting these Roosies, as we like to call them.  Jack tells the entire story of how it all came together on his giant Roosevelt bull.  Listen and enjoy the laughs and entertainment as we talk Roosies and Blacktail!

 

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May 29, 2018

This is the first ever live podcast event Shoot'n The Bull has recorded.  We recorded this episode at the 2018 BHA Rendezvous in front of a live audience.  Listen as Corey Jacobsen, Tyler Crockett and Donnie Drake share their colorful story of how Tyler killed 2 bulls in one day.  As if one isn't tough enough!  Their season didn't stop with filling their freezers full of delicious elk meat.  They decided to embark on a wolf hunt and film and document the entire process.  Tune in as the guys break down what it took to find success and what they leaned throughout the process.  Kick back and enjoy the laughs and entertainment, even Corey Jacobsen cant be totally serious all the time!  Cheers! 

May 24, 2018

Following our last podcast with Chris Parish on lead ammunition and the toll it is taking on our Peregrine Falcon, we wanted to learn more about non-lead ammunition and its performance.  We found Russell Kuhlman, a new hire at BHA.  Russell is currently the California and Nevada Chapter Coordinator.  He has quite an extensive background in firearms and ammunition and even has a degree in Wildlife Biology.  Prior to his newly acquired position with BHA, he was the California Non-lead Outreach Coordinator.  There he shot and tested the performance of various lead and non-lead ammunition into ballistic gel and jugs of water.  He shot everything from pistol, rifle, shotgun and even muzzleloader ammunition.  He was also a Skeet and Trap Coordinator at a local gun range.  In this episode Russell shares his research and spreads a wealth of knowledge on how different non-lead ammunition types perform.  It was shocking to find out just how well some of these no-lead ammo's perform at long ranges!  So if your curious on how this no-lead ammo performs and where you can get your hands on it, give this episode a listen!

 

Here is a website Russell created awhile back on how non-lead performs at long range (400 yards).

http://huntingwithnonlead.org/bullets_long_range.html   

Here is a Non-lead ammo company he refers to in the show

https://cuttingedgebullets.com/

If people have any questions about topics discussed in this episode they can email Russell at:

kuhlman.d.russell@gmail.com 

May 15, 2018

Chris Parish is a wildlife biologist and the Director of Global Conservation for The Peregrine Fund.  Chris is a mountain of a man, ex college football player and a redneck.  You could say he's our people!  In this episode we learn a lot about Chris.  From college football to currently earning his phd.  He comes to the podcast with a wealth of knowledge regarding Falconry, The Peregrine Fund and lead ammunition.  Chris isn't a pushy guy, nor is he trying to promote an agenda.  He simply brings facts and scientific information to the table for others to digest and form their own opinions.  We talk about the Peregrine Falcon and how our lead ammunition is taking a toll on them.  The research is astounding.  It was definitely an eye opener for us.  It makes us think a little deeper into the organic meat we harvest for ourselves and our families.  We ask that you listen to this episode with an open mind and form your own conclusions as we have.  As educational as this episode is, it definitely fits the Shoot'n The Bull mold.  Enjoy the scientific facts and raw entertainment!  Cheers!  

 

If you'd like to contact Chris Parish regarding questions or further research you can reach him through The Peregrine Fund website via email. 

May 8, 2018

Jess Johnson and Landon Blanchard are a couple bad ass, boots to the ground conservationists!  They both currently work for the Wyoming Wildlife Federation.  Jess tells her inspirational story of how she obtained the Public Lands Coordinator position with Wyoming Wildlife Federation.  Jess is a very avid hunter and an accomplished archery hunter as well!  Landon is a former intern at First Lite and is now working in Outreach Communications for the Wyoming Wildlife Federation.  Coming from First Lite Landon shares his love and passion for outdoor recreation on our public lands!  Listen as Rex Wolferman and Josh talk conservation, public lands and elk hunting with Jess and Landon!       

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