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BHA Podcast & Blast with Hal Herring

Backcountry Hunters & Anglers

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BHA Podcast & Blast with Hal Herring

BHA Podcast & Blast with Hal Herring

Backcountry Hunters & Anglers

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Hunting. Angling. Public Lands. That's the meat of what BHA's Podcast & Blast with Hal Herring is about, and we cover the gamut. With guests that range from outdoor writers to backcountry hunters to legendary anglers, we seek to uncover the stories, the truths, the controversies, and the epic conversations that our public land heritage provides.

Latest Episodes

Wildlife Migration Corridors and the Future of Western Wildlife

Join Hal as he interviews Dan Prenzlow, director of Colorado Parks and Wildlife, Jessica Myklebust of Colorado Department of Transportation, and Luke Schafer, wildlife warrior of the West Slope from Conservation Colorado, about problem-solving for wildlife and human beings on an epic scale and building a future where we all can thrive.

99 MIN1 w ago
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Wildlife Migration Corridors and the Future of Western Wildlife

Mark Kenyon, outdoorsman and conservationist

This week’s podcast is an in-depth conversation with Mark Kenyon, Michigan-based hunter and fisherman, founder of Wired To Hunt, leading contributor at MeatEater Inc. and author of the new blockbuster public lands book That Wild Country. Mark and Hal talk hunting and fishing, reading and wanderlust, freedom, fatherhood, and Mark’s epic journey of writing a book that combines the best of everyman’s adventures with a powerful dose of history, conservation, and the nuts and bolts of our public lands.

77 MIN3 w ago
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Mark Kenyon, outdoorsman and conservationist

Wildfire expert, Dr. Stephen J. Pyne

Join Hal in Queen Creek, Arizona, for a conversation with Dr. Pyne, 15 years a firefighter on the crew of Grand Canyon National Park; a renowned writer, speaker and teacher; author of 35 books; and the world’s foremost scholar and historian of fire, about the Pyrocene, about forests and public lands, and about the future of life on this Earth.

91 MIN2019 DEC 17
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Wildfire expert, Dr. Stephen J. Pyne

Carp Expert and Public Access Proponent Dan Frasier

Imagine an undiscovered Eden in the heart of South Dakota, a major river lying untouched and forgotten for decades – with epic fishing amidst thunderous solitude. It exists, and Dan Frasier, a pioneer of fly fishing for big carp and author of an Orvis guide to carp flies, found it: 39 miles of the Missouri River, almost inaccessible to the public, almost unknown. He was sorely tempted to keep his discovery to himself. Why he did not is a message for all American conservationists.

91 MIN2019 DEC 3
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Carp Expert and Public Access Proponent Dan Frasier

Bonus Episode: Live From the Public Land Owner Pale Ale Launch and LWCF Rally

Join Hal Herring and BHA President and CEO, Land Tawney, as they sit down with Todd Frank of local gear supplier The Trailhead and Marc Pierce of Highlander Beer to talk Montana history, the launch of BHA’s new beer collaboration and the importance of the Land and Water Conservation Fund to all who hunt, fish and spend time outdoors.

87 MIN2019 NOV 19
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Bonus Episode: Live From the Public Land Owner Pale Ale Launch and LWCF Rally

Brad Powell of TU and DJ Zor of Arizona BHA talk LWCF

DJ Zor is vice chair of the Arizona chapter of Backcountry Hunters & Anglers, a public lands hunter extraordinaire and Navy nuclear sub veteran, and Brad Powell of Trout Unlimited is a 32-year veteran of the U.S. Forest Service – former supervisor of the Tongass National Forest, the entire Northwest Region, the Davy Crockett National Forest in Kentucky, and so on … a pragmatic but firebrand conservation leader for five decades. Our conversation starts and ends with the Land and Water Conservation Fund.

83 MIN2019 NOV 13
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Brad Powell of TU and DJ Zor of Arizona BHA talk LWCF

Chris Parish and Leland Brown of the North American Non-Lead Partnership

Hal sits down with Chris Parish and Leland Brown to talk copper bullets, lead fragments, falconry, raptors, condors, Mexico and California, a love of good guns, wild animals and wild meat – all following a long day of rifle shooting.Chris and Leland are co-founders of the North American Non-Lead Partnership, which educates hunters about the effects of the lead we shoot – on ourselves, on our environment and on the wildlife we love.

148 MIN2019 OCT 29
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Chris Parish and Leland Brown of the North American Non-Lead Partnership

Ron Boehme of The Hunting Dog Podcast and Ryan Busse of BHA

Ron Boehme of Twin Lake, Michigan, has been hunting and training bird dogs since 1973 and is a senior judge with the North American Versatile Hunting Dog Association. Ron is the host of the extraordinarily popular Hunting Dog Podcast. He has a whole lot of knowledge and a whole lot of stories. Ryan Busse, chairman of BHA’s North American board, joins in because one cannot have a raucous conversation about bird hunting, dogs and guns without attracting Ryan, like a moth to a flame. Join us.

90 MIN2019 OCT 15
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Ron Boehme of The Hunting Dog Podcast and Ryan Busse of BHA

Gwich’in hunter Walter Peter

It is 80 miles or so by boat down the intensely braided and ever-changing Yukon River to the village of Fort Yukon, Alaska where Hal meets Walter Peter, a Gwich’in hunter, trapper and fisherman – provider for his family and elders and others, taking meat and fish and whatever else the earth will give, eight miles above the Arctic Circle. Their conversation ranges from Native concerns over fish and wildlife management to climate change and opening the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.

57 MIN2019 OCT 1
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Gwich’in hunter Walter Peter

Utah Roadless Lands at Risk?

Utah Gov. Gary Herbert is petitioning the U.S. Department of Agriculture to develop a new, state-specific Roadless Rule that would impact 4 million acres of National Forest lands in Utah. Join BHA board member Andrew Wike, a hunter, climber and ski mountaineer based in Salt Lake City, and Andrew Rasmussen, field coordinator with Trout Unlimited, who lives in Logan for a podcast that provides a window into Utah’s rather unique politics.

93 MIN2019 SEP 17
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Utah Roadless Lands at Risk?

Latest Episodes

Wildlife Migration Corridors and the Future of Western Wildlife

Join Hal as he interviews Dan Prenzlow, director of Colorado Parks and Wildlife, Jessica Myklebust of Colorado Department of Transportation, and Luke Schafer, wildlife warrior of the West Slope from Conservation Colorado, about problem-solving for wildlife and human beings on an epic scale and building a future where we all can thrive.

99 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Wildlife Migration Corridors and the Future of Western Wildlife

Mark Kenyon, outdoorsman and conservationist

This week’s podcast is an in-depth conversation with Mark Kenyon, Michigan-based hunter and fisherman, founder of Wired To Hunt, leading contributor at MeatEater Inc. and author of the new blockbuster public lands book That Wild Country. Mark and Hal talk hunting and fishing, reading and wanderlust, freedom, fatherhood, and Mark’s epic journey of writing a book that combines the best of everyman’s adventures with a powerful dose of history, conservation, and the nuts and bolts of our public lands.

77 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Mark Kenyon, outdoorsman and conservationist

Wildfire expert, Dr. Stephen J. Pyne

Join Hal in Queen Creek, Arizona, for a conversation with Dr. Pyne, 15 years a firefighter on the crew of Grand Canyon National Park; a renowned writer, speaker and teacher; author of 35 books; and the world’s foremost scholar and historian of fire, about the Pyrocene, about forests and public lands, and about the future of life on this Earth.

91 MIN2019 DEC 17
Comments
Wildfire expert, Dr. Stephen J. Pyne

Carp Expert and Public Access Proponent Dan Frasier

Imagine an undiscovered Eden in the heart of South Dakota, a major river lying untouched and forgotten for decades – with epic fishing amidst thunderous solitude. It exists, and Dan Frasier, a pioneer of fly fishing for big carp and author of an Orvis guide to carp flies, found it: 39 miles of the Missouri River, almost inaccessible to the public, almost unknown. He was sorely tempted to keep his discovery to himself. Why he did not is a message for all American conservationists.

91 MIN2019 DEC 3
Comments
Carp Expert and Public Access Proponent Dan Frasier

Bonus Episode: Live From the Public Land Owner Pale Ale Launch and LWCF Rally

Join Hal Herring and BHA President and CEO, Land Tawney, as they sit down with Todd Frank of local gear supplier The Trailhead and Marc Pierce of Highlander Beer to talk Montana history, the launch of BHA’s new beer collaboration and the importance of the Land and Water Conservation Fund to all who hunt, fish and spend time outdoors.

87 MIN2019 NOV 19
Comments
Bonus Episode: Live From the Public Land Owner Pale Ale Launch and LWCF Rally

Brad Powell of TU and DJ Zor of Arizona BHA talk LWCF

DJ Zor is vice chair of the Arizona chapter of Backcountry Hunters & Anglers, a public lands hunter extraordinaire and Navy nuclear sub veteran, and Brad Powell of Trout Unlimited is a 32-year veteran of the U.S. Forest Service – former supervisor of the Tongass National Forest, the entire Northwest Region, the Davy Crockett National Forest in Kentucky, and so on … a pragmatic but firebrand conservation leader for five decades. Our conversation starts and ends with the Land and Water Conservation Fund.

83 MIN2019 NOV 13
Comments
Brad Powell of TU and DJ Zor of Arizona BHA talk LWCF

Chris Parish and Leland Brown of the North American Non-Lead Partnership

Hal sits down with Chris Parish and Leland Brown to talk copper bullets, lead fragments, falconry, raptors, condors, Mexico and California, a love of good guns, wild animals and wild meat – all following a long day of rifle shooting.Chris and Leland are co-founders of the North American Non-Lead Partnership, which educates hunters about the effects of the lead we shoot – on ourselves, on our environment and on the wildlife we love.

148 MIN2019 OCT 29
Comments
Chris Parish and Leland Brown of the North American Non-Lead Partnership

Ron Boehme of The Hunting Dog Podcast and Ryan Busse of BHA

Ron Boehme of Twin Lake, Michigan, has been hunting and training bird dogs since 1973 and is a senior judge with the North American Versatile Hunting Dog Association. Ron is the host of the extraordinarily popular Hunting Dog Podcast. He has a whole lot of knowledge and a whole lot of stories. Ryan Busse, chairman of BHA’s North American board, joins in because one cannot have a raucous conversation about bird hunting, dogs and guns without attracting Ryan, like a moth to a flame. Join us.

90 MIN2019 OCT 15
Comments
Ron Boehme of The Hunting Dog Podcast and Ryan Busse of BHA

Gwich’in hunter Walter Peter

It is 80 miles or so by boat down the intensely braided and ever-changing Yukon River to the village of Fort Yukon, Alaska where Hal meets Walter Peter, a Gwich’in hunter, trapper and fisherman – provider for his family and elders and others, taking meat and fish and whatever else the earth will give, eight miles above the Arctic Circle. Their conversation ranges from Native concerns over fish and wildlife management to climate change and opening the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.

57 MIN2019 OCT 1
Comments
Gwich’in hunter Walter Peter

Utah Roadless Lands at Risk?

Utah Gov. Gary Herbert is petitioning the U.S. Department of Agriculture to develop a new, state-specific Roadless Rule that would impact 4 million acres of National Forest lands in Utah. Join BHA board member Andrew Wike, a hunter, climber and ski mountaineer based in Salt Lake City, and Andrew Rasmussen, field coordinator with Trout Unlimited, who lives in Logan for a podcast that provides a window into Utah’s rather unique politics.

93 MIN2019 SEP 17
Comments
Utah Roadless Lands at Risk?
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