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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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!
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!