Lenny’s Last Day Cliche (And His Surprising New Elk Tactic) — Hunt Backcountry Podcast Episode 52
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Exo Mountain Gear co-founder, Lenny Nelson, spent a good portion of September chasing elk around the Idaho backcountry with the Pure Elevation crew.  Many bulls were encountered, and many close calls … Read More

Mark’s Buzzer-Beater Bull — Hunt Backcountry Podcast Episode 51
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It came down to the last hours of daylight on the last day of a week-long hunt, but Mark was able to kill his first bull this year.  In this episode … Read More

Uniting For Conservation with the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership — Hunt Backcountry Podcast Episode 50
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The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership has a vision to: “Guarantee all Americans quality places to hunt and fish by uniting and amplifying our partners’ voices to strengthen federal policy and … Read More

Mental Battles of Hunting the Backcountry — Hunt Backcountry Podcast Episode 49
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“We have all been shooting our bows relentlessly in preparation for that moment we have been dreaming about all year. That moment when time stands still and the only thing … Read More

Mental Battles of Hunting the Backcountry
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The upcoming seasons are right around the bend.  We have all been shooting our bows relentlessly in preparation for that moment we have been dreaming about all year.  That moment when … Read More

Steve’s Success on Opening Day — Hunt Backcountry Podcast Episode 48
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For the third year straight, Steve Speck killed a solid mule deer on opening day of archery season.  In this episode, Steve shares the story of his 2016 Idaho mule deer hunt … Read More

How To Save Your Meat From The Heat — Hunt Backcountry Podcast Episode 46
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You are miles-back and you just arrowed the animal that you have been hunting for days-on-end.  As the adrenaline and elation begin to subside, you quickly realize how much work you … Read More

Northwest Blacktail Secrets with Tom Ryle — Hunt Backcountry Podcast Episode 45
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The Blacktail deer is incredibly elusive.  The especially thick forests of the Northwest make hunting this stealthy animal extremely difficult, and incredibly rewarding.  In this episode, we speak with a native … Read More

The Psychology of a Hunting Partnership
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In the 1960s, there was a popular though somewhat controversial idea amongst psychologists that sibling order expressed tremendous influence upon social structure and relationship functions. For example, younger brothers of … Read More

Find Your Next Honey Hole (Part 2) — Hunt Backcountry Podcast Episode 43
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Brian Barney is a hard-working, do-it-yourself man that has dedicated himself to hunting the West. He has years of experience hunting trophy mule deer, elk, bears, and antelope, and he … Read More

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