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The Hunting Dog Podcast

The Hunting Dog Podcast features interviews with friends, family and industry professionals all related to the world of hunting with dogs. Depending upon the time of day, background noises of beers opening and ice clinking may be evident. please grab a drink and join us!!! Check out the website for more content at http://www.thehuntingdogpodcast.com
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May 3, 2020

Steve Rinella jumps on the phone to catch up with me and his home town memories.  I shoot a couple of listener's questions at him and a canine quiz at the end. The rest is just two friends rambling on about "life"

Apr 26, 2020

Mike Hook from the SC Dept. of Natural Resources joins me to update hunters on the latest news and progress of the Bobwhite Quail Initiative. South Carolina might not be a destination for traveling wingshooters yet... The plan is in place and working. Quail are responding to the habitat improvements. I might just sneak down there next year to chase northern woodcock and southern quail.

Apr 19, 2020

Joe is a listener that took me to task. After asking folks to write to me about their story/ journey into the uplands, He was one of the first to share his path and passion, and how the dog got him into on the ground habitat work for Pheasants Forever.  Enjoy, we'll all be at it again soon.

Apr 12, 2020

It was a tall order but Mark and his Dad started out last Sept and hunted through Feb. Together they successfully took every upland gamebird flying in the North American Continent. It wasn't easy, but the Peterson's have no regrets. Not to mention a freezer full of feathered trophies for the dinner table.

Apr 8, 2020

Glen is the most well-read hunter and fisherman that I have ever know. His passion was spurred at an early age, and his life has truly revolved around those early experiences. he has also chased a lot of birds across the country with his Spaniels and now Cocker.

Apr 5, 2020

Will Bomier has run sled dogs since he was a teenager. So he got his first (English) Pointer to start hunting birds, he dusted off the old harnesses, Skis, and sled. Finding the drive of a great hunting dog can pull a sled just as well. I promised myself that next winter, I'm going to give it a whirl. Enjoy

Apr 1, 2020

Spring is the time of the year that gets us pumped for the upcoming fall. if the Timberdoodles do their thing, then all the other birds will follow suit. Greg Hoch is a passionate hunter with a soft spot for the woodcock. I really enjoyed his book and look forward to watching the dance this year.

Mar 31, 2020

Ben Jones and I talk about the sustainability of habitat organizations, their future, and their goals. In these changing times, we all make adjustments. RGS/AWS is no different. As hunter conservationists, we all need to double down on our efforts. The big picture is not what we have done, but what we can do!!!

Mar 25, 2020

Last piece of the episode with Jeff and Randy.  Two upland hunters that faced impossible odds, and returned to the fields with the help of ?????

Mar 23, 2020

I'm joined by Randy Herlin and Jeff Jalbert to talk about their journey through cancer and the uplands. We poke a bit of fun about their obstacles compared to what we are currently going through in the country today. What you will learn from these two hunters, is a lesson about friends, family, and faith. and of course how our dogs play a part in our mental and physical health.

Mar 17, 2020

Art Wheaton is a life long wingshooter. He wrote the book "Grouse Country" it is one of my favorite books. Not because of the subject, but because of the content. The secret of bird hunting is not about the dogs or the birds, it's about the friendships we build!!

Mar 12, 2020

This episode is about getting more out of our hunting partners, both human and K9. Most of us add something to our daily intake. Why don't we think our dogs wouldn't appreciate the same thing. I remember when a friend told me to start yoga, to improve my flexibility. Hunting, for us and our dogs, is a physical endeavor. let's give them every advantage!!

Mar 6, 2020

Vince and I continue our conversation about why we love this long-eared, dopey looking hound dog. And a few other dogs slide under the bus!! 

Mar 1, 2020

Vince Falasca joins me to talk Bracco's, but we really go down a few rabbit holes. growing up in Italy, Vince fell in love with the German Shorthair. After emigrating to the US he was on a search for a bird dog that reminded him of his youth. We have some similar feelings about hunting, training and what we have done here in the USA with our dogs. This is a conversation, not the gospel! We talk testing, judging, and a few other subjects that we might be biased on.  enjoy and listen close....

Feb 23, 2020

I spent a great deal of time with Kelly at Pheasant Fest. So after the event, we turned on the microphone for a history lesson of one of the best names in the game-call industry. Kelly grew up in the family business. One of the top competitors in the county, he now runs the family duck camp. kelly brought the calls with, and we woke up a few neighbors.

Feb 18, 2020

I asked the many visitors who stopped by the HDP village to share a quick story about their dogs. Enjoy and plan to visit next year!!

Feb 10, 2020

Post hunt conversation with Tyler Webster, live from the Beer Mountain Pump room.

Feb 2, 2020

Justin and I wrap up the remaining listener questions and give a recap of my Kansas trip. As always, if you listen close to Justin, you can learn a lot. His training style and patience can develop your training to the next level.

Jan 29, 2020

I had a great trip to Kansas to chase quail and chickens. Justin was there for three weeks running dogs and training. Wild birds are the key to making a well-rounded dog, and that's why he goes the extra mile/season to make sure his dogs and his client's dogs are on the top of their game. Then we answer listener questions to help you get ready for next season.

Jan 20, 2020

Dave Miller is the shotgun product manager for CZ USA  he shoots world records and runs flushing dogs. he might be my idol.... We talk about new products, wild bird shooting and why target and birds are different

Jan 15, 2020

Mike Carpenter proves that miles equal grouse. Mike and his French Brittanies run the ridges of the Appalachian mountains in search of the bird that most of us hunt on flat ground. His mountain biking background gave him the love of the area, and love of upland hunting keeps him hiking with a gun and finding the mountain grouse of the Eastern United States.

Jan 9, 2020

2020 kick off with Bart George, Biologist, houndsmen, an all-around great hunter who dances with wolves. Bart has a small pack of hounds that live in the house and sleep in beds. Don't think that these pampered pooches can't dish it out to a mountain lion. They do!!!!

Dec 23, 2019

Twas the night before Christmas

And all through the house, not a canine was stirring, not even a mouse. The dogs were all nestled asleep on their beds, while visions of food bowls danced in their heads. Their stockings were hung in the kennel with care, in hopes that some milk bones would soon be found there.  Mama with her wine glass and I with my beer were enjoying a nightcap cause morning was near. The dogs rose before sunrise and started to bark, we loaded them up and off to the park. The moon on the crest of the new-fallen snow made it easy to find places for the dogs to go. We quickly picked poop with bags on our hands and promptly tossed it park supplied cans. Returning to home we found the old elf, he was filling the stockings alone by himself.  We thought if we scared him he might disappear, and the dogs would not get their favorite pigs' ears. Laying a finger aside of his nose he said Merry Christmas and up the chimney, he rose. The dogs were all happy  The End

 

Dec 19, 2019

RGS  Biologist Heather Shaw joins me to talk about the status of grouse around the great Lakes. and a few nuggets of info that you need to hear. We can't speak for all the Great lake States, but Michigan has their S_ _ T together!!!

Dec 15, 2019

Robert and I dig a bit deeper into the world of Retrievers. We talk about the elephant in the room. And also talk about the Queen Mother at field trials. His book "Absolutely Positively Gundog Training", is refreshing and informative.

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