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Updated July 2020
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Captain Sally Black of Baffin Bay Rod and Gun and our mutual friend Darren Jones of Feral Concepts join the show this week. We discuss the legendary Baffin Bay, Texas which is synonymous with trophy caliber speckled trout (spotted sea trout). Sally is a longtime guide and has an in depth understanding as to why [...]…
 
Technology moves forward as human nature continues to see us push the boundaries of innovation. ICARUS is perhaps the most cutting edge wildlife research system in existence as it has the ability to accurately track specific tagged animals from the the International Space Station. Yale Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Walter Jetz joins…
 
What actually happens in the world of conservation and what the media reports are wildly different things. Last month, the Trump Administration reversed an Obama era over reach that took away Alaska Fish and Game's ability to manage their own wildlife and gave that authority to the feds. This was a win for conservation as [...]…
 
Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease isn't native to North America. However, in 2017 it was detected in British Columbia and has since made it's way down throughout the Southwest (Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Texas and even California) where in some cases tens of thousands of wild rabbits have been discovered dead. Texas Parks and Wildlife Chief Veterinari…
 
What to do with all that pork? That is the question that many hunters face a night of thermal or aerial hog control. This week we discuss the limitations the USDA has placed on the donation of feral hog meat to organizations like Hunters for the Hungry, local food banks and shelters etc. Outfitters Charles [...]…
 
Our longtime friend, author and wild game chef extraordinaire Hank Shaw makes his return to the show this week. We discuss regional pastimes such as mushroom hunting and bleeding venison in ice water. Also on the table is what to do with silver skin (are there situations you should leave it on?), low and slow [...]…
 
Amid the Coronavirus pandemic, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service cancelled the annual Waterfowl Breeding Population and Habitat Survey for the first time in 55 years. Ducks Unlimited Scientist Dr. Mike Brasher gives is his take on what the lost year of date means for waterfowl hunters. Also we take a look at two of [...]…
 
You've likely been told that eating raw freshwater fish is extremely dangerous. But is that really accurate information? MeatEater Fishing Editor Sam Lungren has done much research on the topic. He joins me this week to discuss this topic in depth. We look at some of the common parasites and bacteria found in raw fish [...]…
 
Republicans occupying the Oval Office generally means a downturn in gun sales and that trend continued with the Trump Administration. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, gun sales have sky rocketed to unprecedented levels, so much so that firearm manufacturers can't keep up with the current demand. Mossberg Firearm's Linda Powell makes her retur…
 
Our good friend and First Lite Community Manager Kevin Harlander makes his return to the show. We discuss how the Covid 19 Pandemic is affecting the hunting retail industry. We also hit on cancelled hunting trips due to the pandemic. Plus, spring turkey and black bear, the 2020 First Lite line up and the worst [...]…
 
Lifelong outdoorsman Jarrod Ballard was enjoying a casual walk through the turkey woods during Virginia's opening morning when his life was nearly taken due to another hunter's negligence. Jarrod joins me to discuss the events of April 11th. He lost so much blood that he actually bottomed out while being care flighted to a Charleston [...]…
 
Dallas Safari Club Executive Director Corey Mason makes his return to the show this week. We discuss the state of the global hunting community due to the current pandemic. What advice does Corey have for those of us with hunts already booked that require travel, even international travel? Also, we dive into the anti hunting [...]…
 
Justin Rokohl's life forever changed on June 20th, 2008 when his Humvee was hit by an IED while fighting in Afghanistan. The explosion cost him both of his legs, but the south Texas native never let that slow him down. It was an honor to have Corporal Rokohl join me this week to talk about [...]By Lone Star Outdoor Show
 
Another video of a feral hog being blown up as a crowd of "hunters" (I use that term loosely) hooted and hollered went viral recently. Maybe you enjoy seeing that, I for one wish hunters would be more cognizant of the material they put into the public forum. Ultimately the public forum is where we [...]…
 
Sometimes hunters make an honest mistake. My friend Jeff Jackson found out the hard way that even an honest mistake will result in TPWD throwing the book at you. He ended up losing this 226 inch high fence buck which we all agree the law is black and white. But what happened after that seems [...]By Lone Star Outdoor Show
 
We start off today's show by visiting with renown author, blogger, dietician and film producer Diana Rogers (@SustainableDish) to discuss the issues with vegan ideology. What would really happen to a world where humans only consumed plants and chemically engineered fake meat substitutes? Diana is student of the earth and it's renewable resources. S…
 
Dallas Safari Continues it's work on the front lines of conservation by hiring Matt Boguslawski as the new Manager of Advocacy. The lifelong big game hunter holds a PH License in Tanzania, has worked for Conservation Force and will now lead DSC from an advocacy standpoint going forward. Matt joined me in studio to talk [...]…
 
So much to get into this week and we start with Sportsmen's Alliance VP of Marketing Brian Lynn. The fact that Pennsylvania hunters haven't been legally allowed to hunt on Sundays since the colonial days of the late 1600s is mind boggling. Thankfully, those days are finally coming to and end as the outdated "Blue [...]…
 
I was saddened to hear the story my longtime friend and Texoma striper guide Jacob Orr told me concerning his pup "Ember". After nearly a $10,000 investment on the dog and 13 months of professional training it was apparent that she wasn't going to cut it as a duck dog. Jacob joins the show to [...]By Lone Star Outdoor Show
 
It takes a different breed of person to want to train and hunt with a mink. But that's exactly what Joseph Carter did and still does. His unique team of mink (member of the weasel family) and hunting dogs have become very adept and pursuing rodents and small game of various sizes. He even offers [...]…
 
We start off with a big buck tale for the ages when Greg Simons joins the show. He chronicles his 3 year history with what is likely the largest mule deer ever killed in the Lone Star State ( expected to gross in the 290s). We discuss the management plan in place on the 40,000 [...]By Lone Star Outdoor Show
 
Thermal optics have long been associated with hog and predator hunting. However, more affordable units have made it a must have for the deer hunter. Yes, deer hunter in my opinion. Surveying your hunting area with a thermal monocular will allow you to sneak in and out of your set up without blowing deer out [...]…
 
I met Brad Ledrew at the 2017 Dallas Safari Club Convention. His Newfoundland based Moose/Caribou outfit was in my section of exhibitors that I checked in on each day while volunteering as a member of the Exhibitor Welcome Committee. His display/booth for Arluk Outfitters immediately caught my attention. I didn't know much about moose hunting [...]…
 
I wish that I would have had the opportunity to take an outdoor education course in high school. I didn't, but through Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation, many of our young people do have that opportunity. Hunter Education, boater safety, archery, orienteering, and even outdoor cooking are all part of the curriculum that this organization focuses on. [..…
 
Most of us probably cook our dove poppers and then discard the carcass. Here's a dish inspired by those discarded breastbones. Southwestern Dove Tortilla Soup is a delicious and even healthy way for you to get the most mileage out of those tasty little buggars. Instead of throwing the carcass away, boil those breatbones and [...]…
 
Chris Hughes is the 2nd generation owner of Broken Arrow Meats. An exotic venison supply company that his father founded in the early 1980s. At the time, there weren't many rules or regulations in place and so it was a trailblazing effort to say the least. We discuss how his father wound up supplying venison [...]…
 
If you lease land for the purpose of deer hunting, then you've likely run into some kind of issue over the years. From landowners leasing it out from under you, to family members thinking they can hunt, to stolen property, poachers and the like. I've dealt with it all. But something new popped up on [...]…
 
First of all, thank you for tuning in. I can't believe it's been nearly a decade and 500 episodes. With that out of the way, I couldn't think of a better way to celebrate than with the annual elk recap. This year my elk hunting partner in crime Chisum Cooke and I headed to Montana [...]By Lone Star Outdoor Show
 
Few hunter/conservationists have traveled and hunted big game as much as Blake Barnett (Co-Host of DSC's Trailing the Hunter's Moon). On this week's show we discuss Blake's most recent international hunt to Australia's Cobourg Peninsula. There he pursued the elusive Banteng, a feral cattle species that the British introduced to Australia in the 184…
 
After almost 10 years and 500 Episodes, I figured it was time to discuss how the little old Lone Star Outdoor Show came about. Plenty of you have asked over the years and I'm always happy to discuss my background. However, my dad and his good buddy Tim Morgan are probably more qualified to uncover [...]…
 
Running and gunning feral hogs on horseback isn't out of the norm for our friend Kaitlyn Lowes. We've been friends through our shared relationship with Pulsar Night Vision and Thermal Imaging for some time. I respect anyone who can train a horse to let them shoot off of it, as is the case with Kaitlyn [...]…
 
Go Wild and First Lite have partnered together to offer up one of the best hunting experiences you'll find - one lucky listener will win a Nebraska mule deer hunt and be outfitted head to toe in First Lite gear. We open up the show with a detailed round table discussion on this Sweepstakes when [...]…
 
Atlantic Flyway greenheads are struggling and nobody seems to know why. The flyway wide bag limit was reduced to 2 birds for the 2019-2020 season. Ducks Unlimited Chief Biologist Tom Moorman jumps on to discuss this unfortunate reality and what, if anything can be done to reverse the trend. Then our good friend and Dallas [...]…
 
We kick things off by breaking down the relationship between Desert Big Horn Sheep and invasive aoudad with Texas Parks and Wildlife Desert Big Horn Leader Froylan Hernandez. His department is in the middle of their aerial surveys which they also use as a method to lethally remove aoudad from areas where they compete with [...]…
 
Anthrax outbreaks in a few Southern Texas counties have killed hundreds of deer, exotics and livestock. Texas Parks and Wildlife head veterinarian Bob Dittmar joins the discussion this week to shed light on a disease I knew vary little about. How is Anthrax contracted? How does it spread? Possible vaccines or is it always fatal? [...]…
 
We kick things off by talking back country boots with lifelong Western big game hunter Jim Winjum- Owner and Founder of Kenetrek Boots. What is flex in a boot, why is it important in the mountains? What about matching the right boot with a reliable sock? Should you choose an insulated boot or not? How [...]…
 
In a career spanning 2 decades, California angler Mike Long built a reputation as America's Big Bass King. Fellow tournament angler and SDFish founder Kellen Ellis was competing against Mike in the early days and they even considered going into business together before Kellen begain to realize the web of lies surrounding Mike's career. (Kellen [...…
 
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