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Best Gundog podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Gundog podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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The HP Outdoors Waterfowl Podcast is your source for all things waterfowl and waterfowl hunting! Join co-host Dan Hruska and Josh Palm as they bring you engaging discussion on the most important topics across the waterfowl and waterfowl hunting landscape. Each episode is packed with news, tips, techniques, stories, product reviews, conservation discussions, outfitter information, retriever training, photography and video tips, and much more! In addition, listen as waterfowl professionals fro ...
 
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Reid spends some time catching up with his friend Aaron Schroder of Double A Gundogs in Lyons, Nebraska. The two explore the challenges of starting a training and outfitting business, the long and winding path that got Aaron back to his boyhood home in the rural Midwest, and why one should never order the conch chowder in Omaha. An interesting and …
 
Welcome welcome. This week is quite special for us because we had the opportunity to speak with our friend, Grayson Guyer, from Lost Highway Gun Dogs. Grayson is truly a dog man through and through. He has tons of experience with all sorts of dog work and we get to hear stories from working with military dogs at war to steadying pointers and everyt…
 
Angie Barron of Elite Sport Dogs joins us to break down Behavior Theory. This episode goes deep into understanding the WHY instead of the HOW to train each individual dog. Behavior Theory concentrates on how to communicate to your dog effectively as it pertains to association, reinforcement, and punishment. Give it a listen and please remember to S…
 
For tonight's episode, Bob and Kevin chat with our good buddy from Southern Oak Kennels, Barton Ramsey. This is the second time we've had Barton on our show to hang out and he's the man. We discuss his hunting season, how he has been introducing his kids to hunting via the dogs, some of the recent litters and more. Oh, we also chat about the SOK do…
 
Reid and Orvis Gunroom Manager Greg Carpiniello add yet another installment to the series on iconic shotguns, this time exploring the Browning Citori. The much-loved Citori was conceived as a lower-priced, Japanese-made alternative to its Belgian cousin the Superposed, but over time found widespread favor among hunters and target shooters alike. It…
 
David Kurlander, host of The Pack Animal Podcast, joins us to discuss typical dog behavior and how it relates to the pack mentality. David is an animal behavior specialist who has years of experience working with wolves, coyotes, and fox. He is now focused entirely on training and hunting with dogs. You can find more from David at https://www.thepa…
 
We are joined by the President & CEO of Ruffed Grouse Society, Ben Jones. We discuss the recent changes within RGS and how they will impact the mission moving forward. Proper forest and habitat management is more important than ever so be sure to listen and share! More information can be found at www.ruffedgrousesociety.org. At the end of May, we w…
 
Erich and Cody of the Dear Hunter Project joined me on the podcast to talk about what the Dear Hunter Project is, we get off on a various number of topics about hunter numbers, habitat, and becoming a better outdoorsman. They also give everyone details on their new E BOOK that was released. We also touch a bit on their own podcast that has been out…
 
Scott Caldwell of Rusty Guns Kennel joins us to discuss the Deutsch Kurzhaars and a general overview of the German testing system. How do DKs differ from GSPs? How is the NAVHDA testing system and German Testing System similar? How are they different? Listen and find out! Please remember to SUBSCRIBE, RATE, REVIEW, & SHARE! Our partner's links can …
 
This week on the show we are joined by our buddy Aaron Hitchins from Rockhouse Motion. Aaron talks with us about traveling around North America creating content for some of the largest companies in the outdoor industry. We also manage to talk some hunting, coffee and if he thinks we will be able to hunt Canada this fall. Check it out!…
 
Zach caught Anthony Ferro of Fetching Feathers on the Road to Wyoming scooping up some clients dogs to bring back to Colorado. Anthony if you already do not know who he is in the Upland Industry, Tune back to the Release Hunting Podcast when we had him on back them for his back story, This Podcast was a great catch up on his progress of life and tr…
 
Bob is back up north, just in time for it to continue snowing. On today's show, we catch about on a few of the dogs that are currently in the Lone Duck Kennel and hear about their training. Then we flip on the Instagram Live machine for some Q&A with friends and we get some good ones... you won't wanna miss it. Also, if you've enjoyed our show and …
 
We introduce to you the newest Podcast that will premier under the Release Hunting Podcast. Get to Know one of the Members of Elements Of Fall Show & Podcast, Meet Danny. We have great conversation of the current state of life with COVID 19 and get into hunting talk with Turkeys, family, big game and other BS. Hope you guys enjoy! Thank you for you…
 
We are joined this week by Ian Kelley to discuss labs and some of the basic breakdown of retriever trials. We also talk about his experience working with labs as well as his recent journey dealing with his lab Cane fighting cancer. Give it a listen and please remember to SUBSCRIBE, RATE, REVIEW, & SHARE. Our partner's links can be found at www.gund…
 
Back in the saddle, Reid and Orvis Gunroom Manager Greg Carpiniello again talk iconic guns, this time the Browning Auto 5. Perhaps the most beloved semi-automatic shotgun of all time, the old Browning Humpback is a miracle of engineering, and romantic as heck. Few who have spent any time in the uplands, wetlands, or even in the deer woods are unfam…
 
Nick Adair Joins me (Host) of the Gun Dog It Yourself Podcast, based near Nashville Tenn. We talk on topics of many various things from life with the Covid 19 lockdown, Training and owning sporting dogs, and different training methods. Go check out the Gun Dog It Yourself Podcast. We hope you guys enjoy, Stay healthy, stay safe, and crack open a Bu…
 
This week we are joined by Grayson Guyer of Lost Highway Kennels to discuss a wide array of topics. We cover his entry into bird dogs, French Brittanys, and the disconnect/barrier of how we define things as it pertains to training dogs. This was a really informative episode so be sure to let us know what you think of it. Also, remember to SUBSCRIBE…
 
Tonight, Bob and Kevin speak with our good buddy, Addison Edmonds, the founder of Gunner Kennels. Addison and his awesome team have been working hard to innovate some new products (maybe you'll hear about some on the show..?) and keep your dog safe. Also, we learn how Addison's dog is bad to the bone and does tons of cool tricks! Addison explains h…
 
Even among training partners Force Fetch can look differently as far as the steps to follow. We discuss our individual steps and what each one entailed for us. While a few of the individual steps are slightly different, the overall purpose of the steps are the same. Keep the steps short, simple, consistent, and purposeful! Our partner's links can b…
 
Evenin' folks. You asked for more Blaine and here he is. Bob and Blaine share a few laughs about our latest Instagram fun with Busch Light... if you're into dogs and beers, check out instagram.com/loneduck and enter to win cool stuff. Also, we spend a lot of time moving forward in our conversation about properly teaching blinds. We've received a lo…
 
In keeping with the conversations about iconic guns, Reid and Orvis Gunroom Manager, Greg Carpiniello dive into 'the perfect repeater', the Winchester Model 12. This classic slide-action shotgun is perhaps the most coveted of its ilk, an one that commands a high price. It is also a lively and serviceable sporting gun with sleek lines and design fea…
 
Anna V. joined Point To Retrieve Podcast to discuss the life of a Female Upland Hunter, Her passion behind running pointers in trials, Georgia Hunting, along with trials in Wisconsin. She has a deep love for running dogs! She represents the fact that girls can do it, and do it better! Thanks Anna for your time!…
 
There are a million opinions on how to train dogs and it seems like there are even more opinions when it comes to Force Fetch. Even down to the name "Force Fetch." This episode we discuss the program and try to provide a lot of general information to consider and know what you are getting into if you decide to try and knock this training out yourse…
 
Paul Curmi, Long time friend joins the Podcast. Paul is a Ford Motor Co. 3rd Generation Assembly Plant Worker, Die Hard Bowhunter, Affiliated with Tactacam, and Bear Archery along with many other things in the outdoor industry. Paul had a hell of a season, well 2 really amazing seasons! Hope you guys enjoy! Thanks for listening and thank you for yo…
 
While relegated to his home office, Reid touches base with celebrity bird hunter, author, and television host Scott Linden. Linden, who is based in Bend, Oregon, is known to many for his long run on Wingshooting USA. He is also the personality behind Scott Linden Outdoors and Upland Nation, and on those platforms he houses a volume of information a…
 
It's truly amazing what dogs can accomplish given the right job. Working Dogs for Conservation takes rescue dogs and trains them to help with a number of amazing tasks such as stopping wildlife crime, ecological monitoring, and biosecurity of invasive species. This Spotlight was a lot of fun to record and is really impressive with what the organiza…
 
Big show tonight. Bob and Kevin sit down to chat with a long time buddy, Pete Fischer. Pete's an incredible guy with more dog training experience than most pro trainers. He owned his own successful kennel for 30 years and has since spent his time working with the fine people at Dogtra to develop some of their best products. Pete shares some e colla…
 
This week we are joined by Ken McAdow and we have a wide ranging conversation talking about NAVHDA, training scenarios, a little bit of Force Fetch, and his new "protege." This was a fun conversation that we hope you enjoy. Please remember to SUBSCRIBE, RATE, REVIEW, & SHARE. Our partner's links can be found at www.gundogityourself.com and our Patr…
 
In this episode of the Podcast, Reid is joined by John Carpenter, Upland Manager and Fly-fishing Manager at Orvis Sandanona. John is a beloved member of the Orvis shooting community, and one in a series of folks who we hope to get to know better through the podcast. He is a native New Englander who began a career at Orvis nearly 7 years ago as a tr…
 
Zach was on the road for work in Texas, still dedicated himself to bring his recording equipment to chat with Pyke Gear. We ran into Pyke Gear at Pheasant Fest and We were pretty impressed with everything they had to offer with their upland fest, and other gear! If you are in the market for a new Upland Vest, or other upland gear take a listen to t…
 
Welcome welcome. This week on Lone Duck's Gun Dog Chronicles we have the pleasure of speaking with our most frequent guest, Blaine Tarnecki of Hudson River Retrievers. Blaine shares some experiences he's had while teaching dogs the swim by drill. We dig into things people run into when trying to teach their dog hand signals and Blaine does a great …
 
In light of the Covid-19 outbreak, Reid is working from home, and doing regular short podcasts to stay connected. In this installment of the Orvis Hunting and Shooting Podcast, Reid shares some feedback from Doug Manzer, PhD., who responds to the Steve Grossman episode about the differences between Sharp-tailed Grouse and Prairie Chicken habitat. R…
 
There are a bunch of training besides basic obedience that can get done on a daily basis in your backyard. Even though you may not have access to a bunch of land and/or birds, there are some exercises you can perform that will directly correlate to when you can get in the field. You're really only limited by your imagination. Please remember to RAT…
 
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