Welcome back to the podcast! Today we have the privilege of sharing a conversation we had with our friend Mark Livesay of Treeline Pursuits. A Missouri native, Mark and his family moved to the mountains of Missoula, Montana and have been living the outdoor life ever since. With decades as a ironman athlete, and owner of utralmaxsports.com, Mark's realized that his passion for elk hunting was slowly slipping away. Coming to Montana was a dream that allowed him to return to his passion of elk hunting. He also has become quite the Llama expert, so we get a taste of how this has changed his backcountry experiences.
Hey everyone! Today’s episode is once again a duel launch. A while back during show season, Ryan sat down with Dan Evans of the Elk Shape Podcast, and was a guest on his show. We’ve decided that the conversation was so good, that we wanted to release it on our podcast as well! Dan and Ryan mostly reminisce over the past seasons hunts, and Dan asks a lot about Ryan’s crazy adventures in his out of state hunts. And of course the conversation soon turns to how this upcoming season will play out. Ryan shares how this season will be little different than in the past, due to the fact that he is all in for filming this year. Which its about time! I hope you all enjoy this episode, thanks for tuning in!
Hello all! Ryan and I are very excited for you to join us for this episode. A while back Ryan and I were asked by Josh Nordwick of the “Reality Tunnel Podcast” to be guests on his show. We got a lot of great feedback from his followers, so we thought we would share it too.
On today’s episode, Ryan and I were lucky enough to spend a little over an hour talking with Trent and Kody from Born and Raised Outdoors. For the few of you who are not familiar with them, they are a group of awesome men from southern Oregon who have been filming elk hunts, particularly Roosevelt archery hunts, for over ten years. On this show, we really focused on digging into the content that they released this past season, which has exponentially grown their following, and has been one of the most talked about productions in the outdoor industry for the entire year.
Alright everyone, I’m very excited to share this episode with you all. On today’s show, Ryan and I are joined by Jordan Reasoner, the brains behind the backcountry food company you may have heard of called Humble Foods. In this episode, Jordan explains a lot of his background, and how it lead to humble foods becoming a company. Jordan was always sick as a child, and continued to get worse as he grew into adulthood. After many doctors visits over many of years, he finally discovered that he had celiac disease.
In today's podcast, we welcome you back to Train to Hunt season! Ryan sits down with Kenton Clairmont, Jesse Wise, and Trevor Neistrath, to talk all things TTH.
To learn more and how to register, visit huntharvesthealth.com/traintohunt
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Tony Burlison has been around coffee as far back as he can remember. It's been a passion of his, along with hunting, since a young age, and now he brought that love to us with the Dark Timber Coffee brand. A PNW born company, Dark Timber is blowing up the world of backcountry coffee making as we know it. With the new Ascent pack, this one of a kind coffee single lets you drink a French Press quality drink without packing in all the equipment. In this episode, Tony talks about his history with coffee, his business experience, his reasons for staring the Ascent packs, and lots more.
Ryan meets up with the Hunt Wild film boys, Jeff Lust, Paul Hallerr, and Eric Forslin. He interviews them about Paul's 2017 Nevada Mule Deer Hunt, where he drew the same unit that Ryan did. This is a fun conversation that travels through the high country of Nevada and Paul Haller's mule deer hunt.
This hunt was dedicated to Paul's father who died only 7 months ago. In his own words from a recent IG @p_hallerr post: