Just me blabbering about my trip to Alaska, plus some random thoughts on guided hunts that I've been on. along with a preview of upcoming episodes in August.
My friend Joe Zawadowski and I talk about his introduction to hunting. With Joe it started when he got his first falcon back in Illinios. And then many years later, after moving to the Carolina's he got his first Spinone to help with finding a rare turtle!! then discovered the 4 month long snipe and rail hunting season. We talk about everything from Dogs to waterfowl and snipe. How to cook them. and even how you collect semen from a male hawk, to do artificial insemination!!! this will give you a smile for sure.
A visit with Mike Stewart from Wildrose Kennels. We cover alot of info on Americas favorite dog. The Labrador Retriever. From bloodtracking to Bobwhites and sheds to Sharptails. Mike's methods of selective breeding and training are proven to produce a hunting dog that can do it all. Even medical therapy tasks.
I talk with one of the countrys leading experts in tracking wounded big game. John Jeanneney fro NY state was the first person to receive a special permit to track wounded deer back in 1976. until then it was prohibited in almost the entire US.