world-class multi-sport athlete who has raced for some of the top adventure racing teams in North America. He has made it his life’s ambition to pursue hunting and tell his stories. Greg lives in the remote Yukon Territory of Canada, just east of Alaska where he brings us along on his adventures that airs on the Sportsman Channel
High adventure has been in his blood since he was a kid. Exploring the woods of Alabama, hunting and fishing was a way of life for him. He took his first buck at 13 years old and he has not looked back.
Hal debuted his latest series this season. It is an Outdoor Channel, network original appropriately named, Renovation Hunters. Renovation Hunters is dedicated to preserving family traditions that are dedicated to the outdoor lifestyle. Let’s face it, most hunting camps, are just that, hunting camps.
Speaking with Martha Tansy about her life in Alaska. How she lives off the land and uses her skills as an outdoorsman/woman to help to feed her village. Martha has utilized her military experience as a mechanic and a sharpshooter in her current lifestyle. Aside from her living the ultimate outdoor lifestyle, Martha is also a professional Off Road Racer.
Martha Tansy is Living Wild
We are talking sustainable living with Mike Robinson. Mike is quite the accomplished restaurateur. He trained as a professional chef while living in France. He started his career while working as an apprentice in some of the most notable restaurants in the Savoie region of France where he honed his skills and dedicated his time to work his way up through the ranks. All that hard work and dedication has certainly paid off. Today, Mike owns several extremely successful restaurants in the UK. In fact, in 2008 he opened the now famous Harwood Arms in London. Two years later he was awarded a Michelin star rating and he has held that impressive rating, for the past fifteen years. Mike also grew up an avid outdoorsman. His passion for the outdoors and hunting has steered his course throughout his life. His culinary experience, his pallet for wild game and his natural charm has brought him on a journey to host several “Field to Fork” television shows that air on the Outdoor Channel. Mike is the host of Taste of the Wild, Farming the Wild, Wild Game Master Class and Fishing the Wild to name a few. The one common denominator that Mike’s television shows and restaurants have in common, they focus on wild food. By wild food, he is not only referring to venison. He is referring to free ranging fallow deer, roe deer, rabbit, boar and the like. Join us as mike talks sustainable living through wild food.
Speaking with Stephen Willeford from Gun Owners of America. As well as discussing the great work and benefits that the Gun Owners of American does fighting for our Second Amendment Rights, we also spoke about Stephen’s New Book – “A Town Called Sutherland Springs”. It is a true story about a quiet town that lived through a tragedy when a man, hell-bent on hate, walked into a church and began shooting people. Stephen selflessly rushed into the face of danger to defend his friends and community, neutralizing the danger. He tells a story of a community rising above tragedy helping each other through these harrowing events.
A Town Called Sutherland Springs: Faith and Heroism Through Tragedy: Willeford, Stephen, Howe, Rachel: 9798395511164: Amazon.com: Books http://GunOwners.org
On the episode of the American Outdoor News Podcast we are speaking with , . It makes your bow easily accessible and keeps your hands free. The Bow Spider will connect to your backpack or you can attach it to your hip if you are going to run & gun.
Speaking with Michael Edgehouse from CutRight Mobile App. Michael developed an App that will show hunters how to field dress and process game while you are out in the field. This is a great mobile app for hunters to have while they are out in the field. This is not just for the novice outdoorsman. It will benefit the experienced hunters as well. And when you are finished field dressing and butchering your game – there are plenty of wild game recipe’s on the app for you to try. If you are going to hunt it, you should be able to cook it! Field to Fork.
Speaking with Sean Luxton about My OutdoorTV & Beyond. Streaming video service has grown substantially over the past few years and looks to be taking over outdoor television. Every type of outdoor activity – Hunting, fishing, shooting sports, are all at your fingertips. Elk Hunting, rabbit hunting, african safari’s- Take your pick. You can find it all at the push of a button. Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu and the like, is this the future of television? Sean Luxton seems to believe so.
On Tract with Jon LaCorte of Tract Optics.
Speaking with co-founder of Tract Optics, Jon LaCorte. Jon along with his partner Jon Allen started Tract Optics so they can design and bring to market a superior product at more affordable prices by going consumer direct and cutting out the retailer. Tract Optics offer top of the line binoculars and rifle scopes. Take a look at their website – you will not be disappointed!
Today we are speaking with Michael Waddell, the man who can stop the flop & the Bone Collector himself. We discuss how Michael got his start in the outdoor industry and how it has changed and evolved since he began working as a camera man that eventually evolved into his hit series The Bone Collector. We find out about Michael Waddell’s likes and dislikes. What progress in the outdoor industry that he likes and the ones he dont. http://BoneCollector.com