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Last Breath Huntcast--Home of the Huntroversy An extension of the Last Breath Media Brand, our Huntcast was started to enable us to share our adventures with you year round on a quicker basis. Our content presents one of 3 things: information, entertainment, or controversy. After all, this is the home of the HUNTROVERSY.
 
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Mark Fulmer of Sarahsetter Kennels joins me to talk about his decades long experience training dogs with the help of Quail Johnny Houses! Bullets: Why Johnny Houses? Do Johnny Houses work better for Quail or Chukar? Johnny House design and functionality tips Regular maintenance and replenishment Quail recovery rates and impacts (CATS!) The benefits…
 
I sat down with some buddies the night before CJs surgery do have a drink and swap war stories. Todd is the owner of Windy Sage Pudelpointers here in Billings and a buddy of mine. So we came over to play with some puppies and chat about the breed and some hunting stories. Bob is new to bird hunting but has dove in head first. He was a podcast liste…
 
Thank you all for the texts and messages on Instagram and facebook. This terrible experience has seriously been eye opening to me on many fronts. On one hand I feel like a dumbass for putting her in the situation to get hurt that I did. On the other hand the outpouring of well wishes and support from the B3 extended family has reminded me how amazi…
 
We close out the conversation on pigeons with Anthony Williams this week but we cover a lot of ground before doing so! Part 2 Bullets: How long before getting birds and flying birds? Starting with Squeakers or Breeders Different breeds Medicines and supplements Using pigeons in water?? Daily time commitments Avian Influenza and the cost of other bi…
 
Name: Ryan Thompson Breed: Wirehaird Pointing Griffon and a Brittany Location: Nova Scotia Targets: Pheasant, Waterfowl Orgs: NAVHDA and CKC Favorite Episodes: Ep. 132 Handling 101 with Bob Owens//GDIY PROFILE: Donald Tyndall _____ GDIY Profiles are bonus episodes that feature your average DIY dog trainer and hunter. All dog owners have a story of …
 
Anthony Williams joins us to educate us on everything pigeons! This 2 part episode will touch on absolutely everything you need to know when considering whether or not raising pigeons is worth it to you or not. Part 1 Bullets: From flying rooftop pigeons in Queens with Mike Tyson to racing pigeons at a high level Why raise pigeons? What makes them …
 
HUNTROVERSY!!! This week, we talk all about a handful of different bowhunting, gun-hunting, and crossbow-hunting types of shots. We discuss whether or not we beleive that certain shot placements on deer, turkey, antelope, mule deer, elk, and other game are ethical. We cover: running shots, quartered to and away, broadside alert, feeding, long dista…
 
Lifelong coon hunter, Adam French, invited us up to take part in a PKC nite hunt in IL. I never miss an opportunity to go hear some hounds out in the woods so I accepted and it didn't disappoint! Money Hunts. The houndsman lifestyle and dedication Trial rules and setup KNOWING your dog Breeds and traigs of a good coonhound "Testing" vs "hunting" do…
 
Matt always seems to get it done, no matter the species, weather, or season. This morning, he put down another Tom turkey, and in this episode we break down what he thinks made the hunt go right. We cover his favorite calls for turkeys, and what he believes some of the best turkey hunting strategies are at the moment. As always, follow us on your f…
 
Nick Biemiller is back in the 2nd episode of this series to break down as many of the terms and players involved in the RGS process. No matter who you are, its a bit much when trying to get involved and figure out how everything is supposed to work. Between all of the people, NGOs (non governmental organizations), government agencies, and all of th…
 
Lee is one of the owners of Boss Shotshells and a hell of guy. We have spent countless hours on the phone over the last few years chatting about everything under the sun. When I sent him the video of the flying turkey that I shot a few weeks ago he asked if he could post it on their Instagram feed to start a conversation....And Boy did it start one…
 
Our buddy Scott Caldwell of Rusty Guns Kennels joins us to close out the Force Fetch series and discuss everything about the finish/handoff. We also have some series Q & A at the end. FF Series recap/summary Types of handoffs When does training start? The commands Training the handoff Common hurdles Some Q & A ----- GDIY LINKS ----- Learn more abou…
 
In this episode, we talk about how to kill more turkeys! One turkey hunting strategy we have been using for ourselves over the past 6 seasons is the reaping method. Reaping a turkey occurs when the hunter becomes the decoy. This is a very effective strategy to kill birds with when you are in a limited time state with only limited hunting hours. If …
 
How do I know if I'm training too fast? How do I know if I'm training too slow? Cameron Green of the American Pointing Lab Association joins us to discuss this topic from a different perspective. Retrievers vs Versatiles Training the dog in front of you Which is more important? When to start or when to finish? Does the dog or the trainer set the pa…
 
John Hafner, professional outdoor photographer, talks with us this week about his story in the outdoor industry, as well as: -his favorite animal to photograph -his wildest stories -how he built a successful business -the challenges of being a photographer If you would like to watch some of our hunts on Youtube, check them out at the following link…
 
Name: Ryan Lynton Breed: Brittany Location: Southern Indiana Targets: Pheasant, Woodcock, Quail, Ruffed Grouse Orgs: n/a _____ GDIY Profiles are bonus episodes that feature your average DIY dog trainer and hunter. All dog owners have a story of what got them involved and the main lessons learned along the way. Hearing numerous people’s stories alon…
 
Everyone can appreciate a dog with a good handle. How do you get there though? Is every handler or dog capable of this? Bob Owens of Lone Duck shares his time with us to come on and break everything down for us: Taking Force Fetch into handling Retrieving breeds vs versatile breeds on handling Handling Drills-- mini T, big mini T, line paths, patte…
 
Ever wonder what makes an outdoor company "tick"? Well, in this episode, we talk with Blake VanTussenbrook, senior marketing manager at Badlands gear. He gives us his story including: -How Badlands started -New gear for the year -Some overlooked gear -What makes Badlands so awesome -What he does on the day-to-day to make Badlands gear run at such a…
 
This is the first episode of a new mini bonus series featuring the Ruffed Grouse Society. Ill be joined by Nick Biemiller once a month to try and breakdown all elements of the process or model that RGS follows in their effort to create more habitat for the birds that we love to chase. In this first episode we introduce Nick and let you all know wha…
 
Mark and Martha of Webfoot Outdoors joins us this week to discuss their process and methods getting through their Force Fetch Program! Preparing the dog before starting Is there any difference between training a pointer or a flusher? The Toe Hitch explained Using a "Hold" command vs not using one The FF program steps E-collar overlay _____ LINKTREE…
 
Moultrie developed 4 new trailcameras for the year! They improved the design of the Deltacam and created the "Base", as well as 3 other Micro-camera options. In this episode, we talk all about the new cameras, specs, price point, and share valuable warranty information for users experiencing difficulty with the Deltacam. Mark Olis is back again for…
 
This one may have parts that are a bit on the adult side. There is an audible decline in sobriety but was also an absolute blast. I hope you all enjoy this one. We chat about Roger's fishing guide service, fishing stories, duck hunting, upland hunting, and much much more. Anyone looking to book a trip with Roger on Lake Sakakawea here in North Dako…
 
Kyle Hough of Schwarzwald Kennels joins us to discuss everything pressure related when it comes to Force Fetch. Pros and cons of each type of pressure: Ear Pinch, Toe Hitch, E-collar, and even "no pressure" Which method does Kyle recommend and which method does he not? What's the right amount of pressure? How do you read your dog in determining if …
 
How can you use a cellular trailcamera to kill more turkeys this spring? Find out in this episode with Mark Olis of Moultrie Mobile! We talk about everything from: -Keeping eyes on multiple properties or different fields on same property -Better understand of roost trees and early season patterns -Pop up gobblers and how to use Smart Tags on Moultr…
 
Name: Don Tyndall Breed: Brittany Location: North Carolina Targets: Woodcock, Snipe Orgs: NAVHDA _____ GDIY Profiles are bonus episodes that feature your average DIY dog trainer and hunter. All dog owners have a story of what got them involved and the main lessons learned along the way. Hearing numerous people’s stories along with their mistakes, h…
 
Mark Whalen makes his return this week to breakdown everything "Hold" related! In this episode youll not only hear what "Hold" is and why its so important but youll also hear plenty of advice and tips on how to make your Force Fetch program as successful and efficient as possible! Mark is a huge advocate for the important of "Hold" and how doing it…
 
HUNTROVERSY!!! This week, we cover a very relevant topic in the hunting community that has been occuring for YEARS! Hotspotting is the act of sharing a great hunting/fishing or destination with someone or a group of people. Should this be done? How much help is too much? Are secret spots ruined becasue of this? We ask these questions and more in th…
 
In part 1 of our Force Fetch series we have Josh Flowers join us to discuss what exactly Force Fetch is and why should we even consider going through such a retrieving program. We also discuss the important factors for someone brand new considering starting such as common questions or errors, timing, place, and equipment. This is just the first par…
 
How to go on your first shed hunt out west! Grant Oldenburg returns to the studio today for episode 138 where we discuss a shed hunters first trip out west! Last year, Grant and his relative were able to visit Montana to find elk, mule deer, and whitetail shed antlers. He gives us the scoop on important dates you need to look into when planning a s…
 
GDIYves is a monthly bonus episode hosted by Kyley Caldwell that brings relatable stories from the women that train and hunt dogs themselves. These aren't women that just do it because their boyfriends or husbands do it. They do it because they love it and are married to the lifestyle and their dogs. In these episodes you'll hear what got them into…
 
Its that time of year again where we are no longer chasing birds but its still a little too early to go target Turkey. So what are we supposed to do to help pass the time with our dogs? Give shed hunting a try! Jeremy Moore of Dogbone joins us to discuss everything shed dogs. We break down some different drills and tips to help train your dog to no…
 
BIG BUCKS and historical camera data are what this week's episode is all about. Grant Oldenburg is in the studio this week to talk all about how he has continually killed giant bucks using water holes, and historical trailcamera data. We cover how he has killed giant bucks for the last several seasons, and what is quite possibly the most data-drive…
 
GDIY Profiles are bonus episodes that feature your average DIY dog trainer and hunter. All dog owners have a story of what got them involved and the main lessons learned along the way. Hearing numerous people’s stories along with their mistakes, helps promote the idea that WE ALL STARTED AT THE SAME PLACE! Our partner's links can be found at www.gu…
 
Jean Webb has been breeding Gordon Setters for decades and Maggie Snyder is just getting started! Between the both of them we come at this topic from a few different angles. You'll hear a ton of common mistakes/errors, good tips or advise, and plenty of opinions when it comes to deciding to breed or not. Maggie also talks with us about what its lik…
 
Garrett recently upgraded to a thermal scope for nighttime Coyote and Predator hunting! In this episode, we dive into the "AGM-Ratler TS50 - 640" thermal coyote hunting scope. We talke about everything the scope can do, as well as why Garrett ultimately ended up choosing this particular piece of gear for thermal coyote hunting! In this episode, we …
 
Can you imagine hunting Prairie Chickens in Tennessee? A long time ago you wouldn't have had to imagine as they used to be plentiful on the landscape. Throughout generations, the mismanagement of our lands and habitat have resulted in different regions becoming unrecognizable to what they once were. The Southeastern Grasslands is just one example o…
 
I Bought a Farm! In this episode, Jake Hofer, host of Exodus Trailcameras' "The Land Podcast" and I were able to sit down and break down the last 10 years getting to the point where I purchased 2 properties this year. We cover the financial stragies I used to save for the down payment, credit score increasing, what is valuable in a piece of hunting…
 
GDIY Profiles are bonus episodes that feature your average DIY dog trainer and hunter. All dog owners have a story of what got them involved and the main lessons learned along the way. Hearing numerous people’s stories along with their mistakes, helps promote the idea that WE ALL STARTED AT THE SAME PLACE! Our partner's links can be found at www.gu…
 
Sometimes when you don't have the right equipment or not happy with the options to buy then you just have to get creative and make your own. Joe Finney of River Roan Kennels decided to take pointer backing dummies to the next level. Joe was fedup with typical backing dummies and plywood cutouts so he developed the most realistic looking backing dum…
 
What equipment do you really need when managing deer habitat? In our episode this week, Clark Cummings and Austin Meyer join us for a great discussion about tractors, implements, seed bed prep, manuverability, where to cut cost, and all things surrounding someone purchasing equipment for managing whitetail deer habitat. If you would like to watch s…
 
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