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Western Life Radio is Utah’s premiere outdoor radio program, airing on 11 stations statewide.97.1 FM KCYN in Moab97.5 FM KZNS in SLC630 AM KTKK in SLC 700 AM KALL in SLC 750 AM KOAL in Price860 AM KKAT in SLC 960 AM KOVO in Provo1280 AM KZNS in SLC 1340 AM KTMP in Heber1370 AM KSOP in SLC1490 AM KCPX in Spanish ValleySegments cover a wide range of outdoor recreational opportunities including hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, Off Highway Vehicles, Boating, etc.
 
The Sportsmen’s Nation is a collection of outdoor hunting podcasts dedicated to the big game hunter. These podcasts cover hunting strategy, hunting gear, and hunting stories of big game species in North America. Topics include elk hunting, mule deer hunting, antelope hunting, and all things western big game. Podcasts include: Transition Wild, Sahn Outdoors, and Backcountry Rookies
 
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This Thursday, Sept. 24, BHA and Patagonia are hosting an exclusive screening of Public Trust: The Fight for America’s Public Lands – just in time for National Public Lands Day. Join Hal, Public Trust director David Byars and producer Jeremy Rubingh as they discuss the years-long process of making this film, the places, the people, the adventures, …
 
In this special episode of Houndsman XP, Seth premieres his archival interviews of old timers who tell about their upbringing with dogs and share their stories about the old days. Seth’s mission was to capture the voices and stories of these verteran houndsman so that their knowledge and wit can be with us for decades to come. David Hise is a true …
 
Mike Yancey, owner of Pine Hollow Longbows, stopped by the Global Headquarter. On this podcast, we talk about his several decades of experience in primitive archery, trapping critters, and woodsmanship. Mike is a wealth of information and has traveled extensively pursuing game with his self-made bows. Whether you're into bows or not this is one you…
 
On today's episode Marcus is joined by co-owner and co-founder of 2% Certified Seek Outside, Kevin Timm. Kevin gives a great history of the company and how Seek Outside was started. Kevin also tells the story about how the company decided to start making lightweight packs as well. Conservation is at the very core of the Seek Outside and nobody live…
 
This week on the Stories From The Season Series Chad talks to Scott and Travis of Team Bad Decision and Adam from Rugged Stitching, These guys just went out on an awesome adventure to Alaska for Sitka Blacktail and they lived to tell this tale. They survived harsh conditions and box wine to bring us this story. Sit back and enjoy this Story From Th…
 
Seth and Lauren take the Houndsman XP faithful on a ride through a wide variety of topics and subjects ranging from the hurdles some beginners face, the value of a good mentor, first hound love, dogs addicted to licking toads, and much more. This is a fun and lighthearted episode of Houndsman XP that has something for everyone and a lot laughs alon…
 
On this episode of the Hunting Gear Podcast, Dan is joined by Scott Bakken of HHA Sports to discuss their product line. Scott shares some company history on how the Optimizer line built the foundation of the company. He then goes in to the details of how the company expanded and added new product lines. Scott also talks about how they come up with …
 
Have you ever thought about getting a dog? A coon dog? On this podcast Brent Reaves, Nick Gilliland and Clay Newcomb break down the barriers to entry in this iconic past time. It's probably a lot more doable that you think and the benefits of being a coonhunter are notable. Raccoon populations are at an all-time high and there has never been a bett…
 
On today's episode Marcus is joined by Paul Peterson of First Lite. Marcus and Paul spend a good amount of time discussing the current public land movement and why it's so important First Lite to take a stand for public land and what conservation means to the company. As one of the first companies to become 2% Certified, First Lite at their core li…
 
Today I’m joined by my friend Ben Guttormson for another badass elk hunting podcast. What’s cool about this episode is that it’s positioned as a question and answer format of various hunting situational and preparation scenarios, where Ben explains what he would do and the reasons why. During our discussion of preparation, I have him rank five cate…
 
James Pogue spent two years as an embedded journalist with the American militia movement. He was at the 2016 occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge with Ammon and Ryan Bundy, an experience that he recounts in his 2018 book, Chosen Country. During his time with the Bundys and other militia, he became deeply immersed in the debates over t…
 
In this episode Fred Eichler joins the show. Fred is the host of “Everything Eichler” and runs an outfitting business called “Full Draw Outfitters”. He is a very energetic upbeat guy and was lot of fun to talk with. We talk about season preparation when owning an outfitting business and the biggest hurdle they must overcome to be ready for the upco…
 
This week on the Stories From The Season Series Chad talks to Angry Spike Productions, Cory Ford, and Shannon Mobbs about their Hawaii Axis Deer hunt. The guys talk about their experience with Axis Deer and traveling into Hawaii to get it done. Enjoy the show! Stories From The Season was created as a way for us to let our friends share their huntin…
 
In this short bonus episode Clay talks with James Brandenburg from the AR Backcountry Hunters & Anglers about the Pine Tree Research There is a proposed sale of this public land to a private party could eliminate more than 6,000 acres of high-quality public hunting and fishing in North East Arkansas. Bear Hunting Magazine Podcast is Powered by Simp…
 
Seth and his friend Corbin Geyer sit down to talk about all things hounds and southern Australia. Corbin is a houndsmen, terrierman, and ferreter who never misses an opportunity to get some dogs out and enjoy the outdoors with friends and family. Seth and Corbin discuss Sambar drives, bolting rabbits, super sized crocodiles, and of course; a hounds…
 
On this episode of the Hunting Gear Podcast, Dan talks with the owner of Heater Body Suite. Tom Schaal breaks down the build of the suite, how it works, and that it's not just for extremely cold weather. Tom also talks about the different SKU's they offer and how it's transported from your truck to the tree and when you put it on. Hunting Gear Podc…
 
This week on the Backcountry Rookies Throwback episode we go back to episode 14 with Dan Solsman. Dan is able to find consistent success in the backcountry and he shares some of his secrets of how he does it. Since the original recording, Dan continued his successful backcountry charge with more bull elk and some amazing mule deer. We also talk abo…
 
On this week's episode Marcus is joined by Trail Kreitzer of goHunt. The guys talk about what hunting and the outdoors mean to Trail and how he ended up at goHunt. goHunt has recently launched its goHunt Maps and the guys take a deep dive into how it works and the reasoning for adding it to their Insider Subscription. They round out their conversat…
 
This is our most informative bear-baiting podcast to date. Veteran bear hunters Heath Martin and Ryan Greb talk with Clay Newcomb, from start to finish, on how to bait and target big bears. They cover topics including: where to place a bait site, what type of feeders to use, how far in advance to start feeding bears, what type of bait and how much,…
 
This week Chad has Randy Newberg on the show to talk about his early years of hunting and the mistakes he made as a new hunter. They talk about lessons learned over the years and what has changed for the better. Randy explains how he became one of the key advocates for public lands and public land hunting. Finally these two dive into Randy’s plans …
 
In an episode full of excitement and laughter, the guys have their buddies Russell Ryun and Pat Slivkov on to talk about their upcoming archery elk hunt. The guys recorded this episode about a week before they left for their trip so they talk about things like strategy, packing, food, bows, and much more. There are also some funny stories from year…
 
Brooke Lanning of Medina, Ohio joins Lauren for a 1:1 conversation about Brooke’s journey into the lifestyle. Brooke enjoys many hobbies including working with horses, hunting upland game with English Pointers, shooting trap, and enjoying what the outdoors have to offer. Starting with horses, Brooke’s journey has taken her from a love of barrel rac…
 
This week on the Backcountry Rookies Throwback episode we go way back to episode number 4 with Corey Jacobsen to talk about topics like scouting for new hunting areas in the Western States, how to choose the right elk call, and Corey’s go to calling sequence when he is calling in the big bulls. The information in this show might be helpful for thos…
 
On this episode of the Hunting Gear Podcast, Dan talks with Blackhound Optics about their lineup of rifle scopes and company history. Dan talks with one of the founders of the company on how the company got their start, the design and manufacturing process, and why serious hunters should consider their scopes. Hunting Gear Podcast is Powered by Sim…
 
On today's episode Marcus is joined by co-founder of Argali, Brad Brooks. Brad and Marcus touch on a lot of topics ranging from the gear Argali offers now and in the future to why conservation at the outdoors means so much to Brad. Argali, as a company, has put an emphasis on bringing you the best possible product that offers multiple uses while in…
 
Today we have Cody Rich on the show to hit us with all kinds of elk hunting knowledge, advice, and wisdom. For those of you who might not be familiar with Cody, he hosts The Rich Outdoors Podcast and talks with some truly remarkable guests on elk hunting tactics and strategy. In addition to that, Cody has many years of hunting experience and many b…
 
We love to nerd out about bears at Bear Hunting Magazine and we found the perfect person to bring the knowledge and match our enthusiasm. Sara Lyda was the first biologist to study black bears in Oklahoma. We talk about the early days and how the original research project started, the bears they studied, bear behavior, and some of the research they…
 
Bill Cunningham caught his first cutthroat trout in Lolo Creek, a tributary of the Bitterroot River, with a willow stick, a hook and a piece of string at age five. That was 72 years ago. Since then, he has guided, hunted, fished and wandered from the Brooks Range to the Mojave Desert and beyond, all the while relentlessly, tirelessly fighting for w…
 
This week Chad has on CJ Steffen to talk about surviving in the backcountry. Not only is CJ and accomplished western big game hunter but he is also a SERE (Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape) Instructor in the Air Force. CJ has learned a few tricks over his years in the military and he shares some of them with us on this show. We cover every…
 
In this episode the president and founder of Outdoor Edge Dave Bloch joins the show. We have a great conversation starting with his background. We then get into his first knife design, how he funded the idea, and the biggest hurdle he had to overcome to get where he is today. The discussion then got into some knife designs, sharpening practices, an…
 
This week Chad is riding solo on the podcast. Chad does a quarterly update and just before heading into hunting season seemed like the perfect time. Chad talks about his move to New Mexico and Jordans move to Texas. It was a crazy busy summer for these guys but they made it all happen. Chad talks about upcoming hunts that the guys have from elk to …
 
Scott Allan of SA Fieldsports Photography joins the Houndsman XP Team for a chat about hunting in jolly old England. Scott is a professional photographer that has travelled around the world photographing outdoor activities but truly loves hunting dogs and lives the houndsman lifestyle to the fullest. Listeners will enjoy Scott’s stories about lurch…
 
This week Chad talks with Kyle Kamp from Valley To Peak Nutrition about the proper foods to take with you on your backcountry hunt. Kyle explains the importance of macronutrients, what they are, and how they fuel you. Kyle also shares what food he takes when he hits the woods for hunts and Chad and Kyle answer a few questions that were asked on Ins…
 
The name "Ted Nugent" evokes a host of responses from different people. Ted is an iconic rock-and-roll legend and outspoken political pundit, but in the hunting community we know him as "Uncle Ted." He's been the most outspoken hunter on the mainstream American stage for the longest period of time. Early on, Ted brought a new energy, life and zeal …
 
On today's episode Marcus is joined by Shaun Durkee, the owner of 2% Certified Business, Alpen Fuel. The guys talk about how Alpen Fuel came to be and why proper backcountry food is so important. Shaun's background as an engineer has given him a unique outlook on being efficient with food in the backcountry and how their store can help you do that.…
 
On this weeks show Chad and Steve Drake talk about a wide variety of topics from back pain and dealing with injury on the mountain to photography, You cant have Steve on and not talk about photography and the Hunting Photography Course he created with Zach Boughton. This is a fun and different show packed FULL of great info. Check it out and enjoy!…
 
This week on the Custom Rifle Build Podcast series, Chad has on Josh Kunz from Patriot Valley Arms. Chad and Josh start from the basics of what a muzzle brake is and how it work as well as the applications and when you would use a particular designed brake for different types of shooting, Josh goes deep on the design and function of a brake and how…
 
Do you want better hounds? Do you want to catch more game, have more pleasurable experiences, and enhance your total experience in the field with your hounds? Log it with the Stic Bow Outdoors “The Hound Log”! Bart Hogge, an accomplished Houndsmen and dedicated bear hunter from Virginia, has built a company that produces products that can enhance y…
 
This week on the Backcountry Rookies Throwback episode we go way back to episode number 33 for some mule deer knowledge with Robby Denning and guest host Ryan Johnsen. Ryan showed a high level of interest in learning how to hunt mule deer in Northern Idaho, so Chad invited him on as a guest host to get all of his mule deer questions answered from R…
 
Today my guest is Tim Andrews, owner and operator of Gypsum Creek Outfitters, based in Gypsum Colorado. Tim grew up in New York hunting whitetails, moved to Colorado in 2013 and instantly fell in love with elk hunting in the mountains. Tim is an everyday, DIY guy that followed his passion and purchased this outfitting business in 2019 to make a lif…
 
In this episode of the Bear Hunting Magazine Podcast we are in Washington with our friends Buddy Woodberry and Jason Duby from Double U Hunting Supply. We dive into some of the history of Double U, about their hounds and what they are up to these days. We also ask them some hard questions like does an animal intentionally reason how to trick a houn…
 
On today's episode Marcus is joined by fellow Michigan native, Bryan Czajka. The guys talk about some local work being done here in Michigan and why Bryan loves to get boots on the ground when volunteering. They sprinkle in some gear talk and relive their glory days of college sports to round things out. All in all the guys just have a good time ta…
 
Today's episode is a bit different and a lot of fun. The guys get to talk with 3 of the 5 elk lottery winners in Missouri. Eugene Gilkey, Samuel Schultz, and Bill Clark each hop on with us and talk about their excitement and thoughts about getting drawn in the first ever elk hunt in our state. Each guy we talk with has a different perspective about…
 
Jess McGlothlin is a wanderer, paddleboarding on the jungle whitewater of the Peruvian Amazon, fly-fishing lost atolls in the South Pacific or watching the rivers of the taiga unfold beneath the rotors of a battered vintage Russian helicopter. She started her own company at age 13, was a professional equestrian in Sweden, lasted exactly four days o…
 
This week Brian Barney from the Eastman’s Elevated Podcast is on to talk about tracking animals. Brian is known for hunting and he does a lot of it. Brian has been in all situations when it comes to putting an arrow through an animal. From the quick, easy, perfect shot kill to losing animals and every situation in between. Chad and Brian talk about…
 
This week on the rifle build series Chad talks to Paul Butler, the owner and Long Range shooting instructor for Evolved Ballistics. Chad enrolled in one of Pauls courses to brush up on some shooting skills and to put this 6.5 PRC to the test. You can’t build a long range rifle and expect the rifle to do all the work. On this podcast, Chad and Paul …
 
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