• Urban Coyote Trapping, Not Your Grandfather’s .22 & A Century of the Stanley Thermos

    March 2, 2018 Comments (0) Conservation, Deer Hunting, Duck Hunting, Fishin, Huntin, Music, Outdoors, Photography, Uncategorized, Website

    We start off by discussing the new .22 Creedmoor caliber with our old friend and custom rifle builder Derrick Ratliff. The Horizon Firearms CEO is a huge fan of this round, which is a far cry from you grandad’s .22 plinker you shot as a kid. Traveling at over 3,300 FPS the .22 Creedmoor is a viable varmint to mid sized big game round. Capable of bringing down deer and hogs without issue.

    Then we discuss a horrific tragedy that befell one of our good friends and longtime bow technician Chris Lutsinger and his family when their 30 lb Australian Shepherd “Pancho” was pulled underneath their 6 foot wooden privacy fence by a pack of urban coyotes. You can imagine the impact on the wife and kids when Chris had to tell them what had happened. So, in order to protect their remaining dog “Lefty”, Chris taught himself had to set and maintain snares around the perimeter of his fence. In a few short months, he has managed to catch and dispatch 8 urban coyotes right in the heart of his neighborhood in Denton, TX. The kiddos with Pancho (killed) and Lefty.

    Coyote snared by Chris on the perimeter of his backyard fence. One of the 8 coyotes he’s snared since they killed and devoured his dog.

    We round out the broadcast when longtime listener and avid Stanley Thermos collector Carter Copeland joins us in studio. Anyone who’s ever listened to the show knows I always refer to my Stanley thermos in the opening segment, and Carter has over 50 Stanley’s dating all the way back to 1913! We talk about the company then and now. Most people don’t realize how ground breaking the Stanley technology was at the time. They also produced products for our military, commercial airlines and hospitals. Fascinating stuff! A few pieces from Carter’s Stanley Thermos collection

  • Whitetail Rump Roast

    February 26, 2018 Comments (0) Deer Hunting, Huntin, Outdoors

    Venison Rump Roast

    Recipe/Instructions -Large Deboned Whitetail Rump
    -Rubbed Down in Rustic Rub, Salt Pepper
    -2 Cups Pinot Noir
    – 16 oz Beef or Venison Stock
    – 3 oz Apple Cider Vinegar
    -2 Table Spoon Olive Oil
    – 15-20 whole carrots
    – 12 Red Potatoes
    – 1 Sliced Yellow Onion
    – 1 Package Whole Mushrooms
    – 2 Table Spoon Minced Garlic
    – Garnish with Fresh Rosemary

    Place rump in large roasting pan, add ingredients around it. COVER with tin foil (prevents your roast from drying out). Cook on @Pittsandspitts Wood Pellet Grill 7 hours at 240 degrees. Use conventional oven if needed. Serve in bowl with gravy from roasting pan.

  • The Carnivore Diet With Dr. Shawn Baker & Back Country Hunters and Anglers Chairman of the Board Ryan Busse on Public Lands Issues and Proposed 90% Cut of Land and Water Conservation Fund

    February 23, 2018 Comments (0) Conservation, Deer Hunting, Duck Hunting, Fishin, Huntin, Music, Outdoors, Photography, Uncategorized, Website

    We start things off by discussing the 100% Carnivore Diet with Dr. Shawn Baker. At 51 years young, Dr. Baker is as chiseled as it gets. He is healthier than he’s ever been and he’s done by eating nothing but steak for 14 months! That’s right a 100% animal protein diet. No fruits, no veggies, no carbs.

    We discuss the Carnivore Movement that seems to be healing people with all kinds of health ailments. What, if any are the negative side affects of the Carnivore Diet? Does this diet only work for people who are into training or working out regularly? Also, where does wild game fit vs domestically raised animal protein? Dr. Baker gives us his take.

    (Photo: Jeremiah Doughty- @FromFieldToPlate)

    (Dr. Baker looking lean and fit after 14 months of eating nothing but meat)

    Then we sit down with Backcountry Hunters and Anglers Board Chairman Ryan Busse. We dive into BHA’s grassroots structure and how that approach is translating into the fastest growing public lands conservation group in North America. Also, how does Ryan and BHA feel the Trump Administration has done thus far in representing the interests of sportsmen and women – specifically the proposed 90% cut to the Land and Water Conservation Fund. We also lighten things up a bit by talking upland hunting, classic shotguns and good working dogs.

    (Ryan joined us in studio all the way from Montana)

    (Ryan Busse with a Public Land Pronghorn)