Stories from September — Hunt Backcountry Podcast Episode 96
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Mark, Steve, and Lenny return to the podcast to share their stories from September. You’ll hear the good, bad, and ugly from their elk and mule deer hunts in Idaho … Read More

5 States, 45 Days, How many elk tags filled? — Hunt Backcountry Podcast Episode 95
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What would it be like to experience 45 days of back-to-back elk hunts in Oregon, Wyoming, Colorado, Idaho, and Montana. You’re about to find out. This epic adventure is happening … Read More

Recapping the Exo Death Hike — Hunt Backcountry Podcast Episode 85
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The 2017 Exo Death Hike was a success! Twenty guys completed just shy of 40 miles through some beautiful Idaho high country. Although the terrain was rough, the trail was … Read More

Lessons From A Deer & Elk Biologist — Hunt Backcountry Podcast Episode 82
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Our guest, Craig White, is the Coordinator of Deer & Elk Programs for Idaho Fish & Game.  We ask Craig your questions, including: How to start a career in wildlife. … Read More

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

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

A Death Hike: There’s Only One Way Out — Hunt Backcountry Podcast Episode 44
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You are dropped off in the expansive Frank Church Wilderness. The plane that brought you here is now gone and there is only one way out. You hike, and hike, … Read More