We discuss bird dogs, bird hunting, field trials, great products, and interview people from around the country concerning those topics. Contact me email@example.com with comments/suggestions. Please subscribe, share, and support. A special thank you to those who are supporting this podcast with a monthly donation through the Anchor app(https://anchor.fm/randy-schultz). Your generosity is huge in the success of each episode! You can message me through the app (https://anchor.fm/randy-schultz), if you have any suggestions or ideas for upcoming podcasts! #turnemloose #abirdhuntersthoughts
After the harvest, when your dog puts the bird in your hand, what's the plan to take care of it until you eat it? How should you cook it? Get some suggestions for cleaning, care, storing, and cooking various game birds- from Chukar, Pheasant, all the way to Bobwhite Quail. #turnemloose, #abirdhuntersthoughts, #endlessoctoberbook
I give a day-by-day account of my trip to South Dakota for Sharptail Grouse and Prairie Chickens followed by a hunt in Wyoming for Hungarian Partridge and Chukar. Nov 2020 #abirdhuntersthoughts #endlessoctoberbook
We discuss Dr.Tim’s background with sled dogs and their nutrition. Finally, his interest in maximizing his dogs’ potential via nutrition led to his developing his own formula and dry kibble. Dr. Tim’s feed is ranked #1 by Dog Food Advisor, but, more important, by nearly all the winners of the Iditarod race in Alaska. www.Drtims.com
We explore different ways to find the best hunting spots around the country. Randy used several different methods over the years to hunt areas he’s never been in before. From contacting the Chamber of Commerce, to calling the sheriff, to using the Internet, to using apps on his iPhone, Randy explores at all.
Let’s talk bird dogs, bird hunting, owning, training, caring for, and traveling with bird dogs! Also, let’s talk about destinations, hunting tips, shotguns. We’ll interview legends in the sport, field trialers, trainers, and men and women in the field. #turnemloose
Randy hunts South Dakota for the second time this season. He meets friends up there, and they hunt public land all around South Dakota. Randy interviews hunters from Texas, Oklahoma, and Wyoming. He also watches as a young man bags his first wild bird!
Hunting the week before the pheasant opener in South Dakota. We hunt walk-in land. BLM land, and the National Grasslands. Bird dogs with young and old hunters spend all day in the field. Lunch on the tailgate, naps in the truck, and long walks through the prairie are interspersed with exciting flushes, shooting, and dog work!
Shawn is a bird hunter, fly fisherman and veterinarian. He’s written numerous articles about the emergency care of bird dogs, as well as a list of emergency supplies. We discuss eyes, feet, gashes, snakebite, porcupines, etc.
We talk with Jason Poole, the Hunter's Access Bureau Chief for the Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks, about the Block Management program! If you've hunted Montana, or want to hunt Montana, this is a great program to allow you to hunt private land! #montana, #blockmanagement
Jim McCann is an Alaskan bird hunter, author, photographer, and fly fisherman. Bird hunting in Alaska for Sharptail Grouse, Ruffed Grouse, and Ptarmigan can be very rewarding. The season is long, but, so is the winter! Jim gives us an Alaskan's outlook about hunting Alaska!
This is Part 1 of 2 of an interview with author, (Upland Hunting in Alaska), photographer, fly fisherman and bird hunter Jim McCann. He lives and hunts in Alaska. He retired as a State Trooper and found his niche as a photographer. Jim is well known on social media and through his many books.
Scott and I talk about many subjects, including the Kroncks Pemmican Bar, Pheasant Fest, his dog, Flicker, his book, and TV Show. He's done a lot of research into feeding your dog during the hunt, as well. We discuss getting young people, and old people, into the sport, and the future of bird hunting. This is a long one, but Scott will entertain as well as inform. Like and subscribe!