Tony Burlison at Darktimber Coffee Co. has been busy. We podcasted Tony last year on episode #29 when he first launched his coffee company. Since then he's come out with more coffee blends and done even more for conservation! Listen as Tony talks about some new ideas and products for 2018. The buck for conservation definitely isn't stopping or slowing down. He's got even bigger plans to help and support conservation through himself and his coffee company. We'll be engaging in some coffee giveaways through our social media so tune in and don't miss out! Giveaways will begin April 2018 and carry on for months after. See social media links below for giveaways. Cheers!
The anual Backcountry Hunters and Anglers Rendezvous 2018 is located in Boise Idaho this year from April 12th to 14th at Boise Centre. Listen in as Land, Ty and Josh talk about what to expect at this years Rende. Its forecasting to be one hell of a time! Its not to late to register follow link below to register and purchase tickets!
At the 2018 Western Hunting Expo we sat down and caught up with our good friend Braxton McCoy. The prior year at the Hunt Expo we interviewed Braxton on episode 21. On that episode we introduced Braxton and he told his amazing story of recovery and talked about a book he was writing. Braxton has now published his book The Glass Factory. You can purchase his book through his website http://braxtonmccoy.com. Braxton is a very active Backcountry Hunters and Anglers member and an avid conservationist. So naturally we jumped at the opportunity to talk conservation and politics. As much as some disregard, conservation is political.
An entire room of Montana transplants sit around a wood stove and hit record. Chester Floyd of RER Bows, Cody Rich of The Rich Outdoors Hunting Podcast and Backcountry Fuel Box, Rick Hutton, and Seth Morris. We all sit down and tell the story of how we moved to Montana and why. Each and everyone has an awesome story of success and chasing dreams!
Sitting down with Adam Weatherby of Weatherby Firearms at the Western Hunting Expo we learned about 73 years of family craftsmanship. Weatherby is currently moving their family business from California to Wyoming. Adam explains why they're moving after 73 years but most importantly why the move is emotionally tough. In 2016 Weatherby released the 6.5-300 Weatherby Mag caliber and we wanted to get the low down on that "hot rod" as Adam refers. We shared some great hunting stories and we all shared our insight and support for conservation.