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Colby Skinner: Hunter, Millennial, and Entrepreneu

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Colby Skinner: Hunter, Millennial, and Entrepreneu

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Latest Episodes

22: Buffalo Hunting, Approach Camo, and Giving Hunters an Edge – Blake VanTussenbrook

The American Buffalo is one of the most iconic and majestic creatures found in North America. Very few get the opportunity to hunt such an amazing animal. Blake VanTussenbrook was one of those lucky few. In this episode of the Millennial Hunter Podcast, Blake tells us what it was like to hunt buffalo and do so with a bow in hand. Blake also talks about hunting abroad, learning life lessons through hunting, and Badlands where Blake is currently working as their marketing director. Blake and I discuss camo patterns and all that has gone in to creating Badlands’ signature camo, Approach, and the newly released Approach FX. In the past, I’ve been known to say that camo isn’t that important when it comes to hunting gear. However, after talking with Blake, I realized that it plays a bigger role than I previously thought. The testing and field study that went into the Approach pattern was incredible and much more extensive than I would have guessed. As you listen to the podcast, ask yourself if your camo is “giving you the edge”, as Blake puts it. I, for one, need as much of an edge as I can get. If you would like to see Blake’s buffalo hunt you can watch it here… The Bison: A Bowhunting Adventure To check out Badlands gear, go here… Badlands Website Or if you’re looking specifically for the Badlands Approach camo you can go here… Approach Apparel

48 MIN2018 OCT 11
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22: Buffalo Hunting, Approach Camo, and Giving Hunters an Edge – Blake VanTussenbrook

21: The “Lobster Bull” – Cory Heward from Moose Bag

Have you ever had a time when the stars are perfectly aligned, and despite all odds you find wonderful success. Well, That’s exactly what happened in Cory Heward’s 2018 limited entry archery elk hunt here in Utah. I don’t want to ruin any of the story, but I guarantee it’s a story you’re not going to want to miss. Cory is also the founder and creator of the Moose Bag bladder pouch. Cory has been kind enough to offer the Millennial Hunter followers a 15% discount to purchase your own Moose Bag. To get your own Moose Bag, follow this link (or find Moose Bag on Amazon) and use code “Millennial18”.

46 MIN2018 OCT 6
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21: The “Lobster Bull” – Cory Heward from Moose Bag

20: Lessons Every Hunter Needs to Learn

There are key, fundamental lessons every hunter needs to learn. Every time you go out hunting, you probably learn something new. If you’re not learning something new, you’ll never become a better hunter. I once had a basketball coach that said, “The only way we can lose is if we don’t learn from our mistakes.” With the way my archery season ended, there was plenty for me to learn on how to hunt western big game. In this episode of Millennial Hunter we talk about just a few very important lessons that both Ashton and I have learned in our recent hunting adventures. We focus on three main lessons that we felt were most important, however, there are obviously many more than just three lessons to learn from hunting. We want to hear from you about your key lessons you have learned while out in the field. Please, send in your big lessons that you have learned while hunting. This can range from anything from hunt preparation to how you properly learned to butcher an animal. Anything! Send in your answers through email (millennialhunter@gmail.com) or through direct messaging on Instagram or Facebook. We hope you enjoy the podcast!

42 MIN2018 SEP 21
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20: Lessons Every Hunter Needs to Learn

19: A New Perspective on Hunting and Conservation – Jane Skinner

My wonderful wife Jane is not a hunter. She didn’t grow up hunting nor has she ever thought much about wildlife conservation. In this episode Jane and I talk about how she has gained a new perspective on hunting and conservation since we’ve been married. She was able to join me for my recent archery deer hunt and learned quite a bit just from that one hunt. In the podcast we talk about how she used to perceive hunting compared to how she perceives it now. We also talk about hunting with your spouse, hunting bonds within families, enjoying nature, and much more.

44 MIN2018 SEP 8
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19: A New Perspective on Hunting and Conservation – Jane Skinner

18: Hunting Goals

If you're not setting goals, you're not moving forward. This is true in life as well as hunting. Ashton and I feel that it is important to have hunting goals if you want to become a better hunter. In this episode of Millennial Hunter, we talk about our own personal hunting goals and how we are going about achieving them. Some of these goals that we share are more long-term, but we mostly focus on the goals that we have for this hunting season. Enjoy the podcast and good luck to all you who have tags this season, and especially good luck to you Utah archers who are going to be hitting the hills this weekend looking for deer/elk.

49 MIN2018 AUG 17
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18: Hunting Goals

17: I Live For This – Justin Finch

I Live For This – Justin Finch: Hunting High Country Mule Deer, Learning From Your Mistakes, and Stepping Up Your Game As a Hunter There’s high country mule deer hunting and then there’s Justin Finch high country mule deer hunting. Justin hunts so high up that the only company he has on his hunts is a pack of mountain goats. Justin is an absolute mule deer slayer. Doesn’t matter the season, doesn’t matter the state, he finds and kills big mule deer. Justin runs a YouTube channel that shows his many adventures, and in my humble opinion, they’re some of the best hunting films I’ve seen. In this episode of Millennial Hunter, Justin drops some heavy knowledge on how to hunt giant mule deer. We also dive into the story of Justin’s long-time pursuit of the buck called “Mammoth”. Many of you have maybe seen how this story plays out in Justin’s video from his 2015 season, but you haven’t heard h

62 MIN2018 AUG 8
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17: I Live For This – Justin Finch

16: Overcoming Your Fears

Everyone has a goal they are working towards or a dream that they would love to have come true. In pursuit of these dreams and goals, there seems to always be several obstacles and roadblocks that stand in the way of achieving the goal. Many times that obstacle overcoming fear. In hunting, it may be the fear of exploring unfamiliar territory. Maybe it’s a fear of hunting alone. In life, it could be the fear of losing your cushy job to try your hat at something you love or perhaps fearing you’ll never live up to your full potential. In this episode we talk all about overcoming our fears, both in hunting and in life. Hopefully you will feel a little more motivated after listening to the podcast. No matter who you are or where you live or what you do, fear is something that you will need to learn to conquer sooner or later. Might as well make it sooner.

55 MIN2018 JUL 31
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16: Overcoming Your Fears

15: Starting a Podcast, Hunting Big Mule Deer, and Pushing for Conservation with BowhuntingAZ

In this episode of Millennial Hunter I got to do a double podcast with Stephen Miller from BowhuntingAZ. Stephen is a great guy who has recently started his own podcast called BowhuntingAZ. He's a true grit Arizonan who loves to hunt, loves God, and loves his family. He is a huge voice for conservation and he has a killer eye for photography. We talk plenty of things in the podcast such as supplements, hunting and scouting for giant mule deer, pushing for wildlife conservation in the hunting community, starting your own podcast, 3D archery shoots, Arizona tag applications, and much much more. If you haven't already, make sure to subscribe to both the Millennial Hunter podcast and also BowhuntingAZ's podcast. I promise you won't regret it!

48 MIN2018 JUL 24
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15: Starting a Podcast, Hunting Big Mule Deer, and Pushing for Conservation with BowhuntingAZ

14: Getting Hyped for the Hunts

Every hunter loves to talk about their upcoming hunts. They love to dream about the exact meadow that they’re going to see their mule deer of a lifetime. They talk about their hunting tactics and what they’re going to do to make sure they fill their tag on a nice, mature animal. They love talking about it just for the sake of getting themselves more hyped up for their hunts! Ashton and I are no different. We both have several hunting opportunities coming up in a few months that really put us on the edge of our seat. We can’t wait for hunting season to get hear! In this episode of Millennial Hunter, we discuss our upcoming hunts and what we’re looking forward to most this fall and how we’re getting ready for hunting season. We also talk about the hunting industry and about our skepticism of working in the hunting industry. We touch on obtaining hunting permission from family members to hu

59 MIN2018 JUL 12
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14: Getting Hyped for the Hunts

13: “All Animals Are Equal” – A Response to Anti-Hunters

“It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.” – Aristotle On this episode of Millennial Hunter, Ashton and I try to be “educated men”, as Aristotle puts it. We critique a paper written by a modern-day philosopher, Peter Singer, and give our own thoughts on what the phrase “all animals are equal” means. Many vegans and animal rights activists have their outlandish claims of how we should manage wildlife, and frankly, I’ve never been able to even remotely relate to them. Ashton and I talk about the history of hunting, why hunting is so important to humanity, the huge effects of hunters’ conservation efforts, how we can counter the attacks of anti-hunters, hunting and religious origins, and so much more. Here is the paper that we reference throughout the podcast… All Animals Are Equal by Peter Singer

62 MIN2018 MAY 24
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13: “All Animals Are Equal” – A Response to Anti-Hunters

Latest Episodes

22: Buffalo Hunting, Approach Camo, and Giving Hunters an Edge – Blake VanTussenbrook

The American Buffalo is one of the most iconic and majestic creatures found in North America. Very few get the opportunity to hunt such an amazing animal. Blake VanTussenbrook was one of those lucky few. In this episode of the Millennial Hunter Podcast, Blake tells us what it was like to hunt buffalo and do so with a bow in hand. Blake also talks about hunting abroad, learning life lessons through hunting, and Badlands where Blake is currently working as their marketing director. Blake and I discuss camo patterns and all that has gone in to creating Badlands’ signature camo, Approach, and the newly released Approach FX. In the past, I’ve been known to say that camo isn’t that important when it comes to hunting gear. However, after talking with Blake, I realized that it plays a bigger role than I previously thought. The testing and field study that went into the Approach pattern was incredible and much more extensive than I would have guessed. As you listen to the podcast, ask yourself if your camo is “giving you the edge”, as Blake puts it. I, for one, need as much of an edge as I can get. If you would like to see Blake’s buffalo hunt you can watch it here… The Bison: A Bowhunting Adventure To check out Badlands gear, go here… Badlands Website Or if you’re looking specifically for the Badlands Approach camo you can go here… Approach Apparel

48 MIN2018 OCT 11
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22: Buffalo Hunting, Approach Camo, and Giving Hunters an Edge – Blake VanTussenbrook

21: The “Lobster Bull” – Cory Heward from Moose Bag

Have you ever had a time when the stars are perfectly aligned, and despite all odds you find wonderful success. Well, That’s exactly what happened in Cory Heward’s 2018 limited entry archery elk hunt here in Utah. I don’t want to ruin any of the story, but I guarantee it’s a story you’re not going to want to miss. Cory is also the founder and creator of the Moose Bag bladder pouch. Cory has been kind enough to offer the Millennial Hunter followers a 15% discount to purchase your own Moose Bag. To get your own Moose Bag, follow this link (or find Moose Bag on Amazon) and use code “Millennial18”.

46 MIN2018 OCT 6
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21: The “Lobster Bull” – Cory Heward from Moose Bag

20: Lessons Every Hunter Needs to Learn

There are key, fundamental lessons every hunter needs to learn. Every time you go out hunting, you probably learn something new. If you’re not learning something new, you’ll never become a better hunter. I once had a basketball coach that said, “The only way we can lose is if we don’t learn from our mistakes.” With the way my archery season ended, there was plenty for me to learn on how to hunt western big game. In this episode of Millennial Hunter we talk about just a few very important lessons that both Ashton and I have learned in our recent hunting adventures. We focus on three main lessons that we felt were most important, however, there are obviously many more than just three lessons to learn from hunting. We want to hear from you about your key lessons you have learned while out in the field. Please, send in your big lessons that you have learned while hunting. This can range from anything from hunt preparation to how you properly learned to butcher an animal. Anything! Send in your answers through email (millennialhunter@gmail.com) or through direct messaging on Instagram or Facebook. We hope you enjoy the podcast!

42 MIN2018 SEP 21
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20: Lessons Every Hunter Needs to Learn

19: A New Perspective on Hunting and Conservation – Jane Skinner

My wonderful wife Jane is not a hunter. She didn’t grow up hunting nor has she ever thought much about wildlife conservation. In this episode Jane and I talk about how she has gained a new perspective on hunting and conservation since we’ve been married. She was able to join me for my recent archery deer hunt and learned quite a bit just from that one hunt. In the podcast we talk about how she used to perceive hunting compared to how she perceives it now. We also talk about hunting with your spouse, hunting bonds within families, enjoying nature, and much more.

44 MIN2018 SEP 8
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19: A New Perspective on Hunting and Conservation – Jane Skinner

18: Hunting Goals

If you're not setting goals, you're not moving forward. This is true in life as well as hunting. Ashton and I feel that it is important to have hunting goals if you want to become a better hunter. In this episode of Millennial Hunter, we talk about our own personal hunting goals and how we are going about achieving them. Some of these goals that we share are more long-term, but we mostly focus on the goals that we have for this hunting season. Enjoy the podcast and good luck to all you who have tags this season, and especially good luck to you Utah archers who are going to be hitting the hills this weekend looking for deer/elk.

49 MIN2018 AUG 17
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18: Hunting Goals

17: I Live For This – Justin Finch

I Live For This – Justin Finch: Hunting High Country Mule Deer, Learning From Your Mistakes, and Stepping Up Your Game As a Hunter There’s high country mule deer hunting and then there’s Justin Finch high country mule deer hunting. Justin hunts so high up that the only company he has on his hunts is a pack of mountain goats. Justin is an absolute mule deer slayer. Doesn’t matter the season, doesn’t matter the state, he finds and kills big mule deer. Justin runs a YouTube channel that shows his many adventures, and in my humble opinion, they’re some of the best hunting films I’ve seen. In this episode of Millennial Hunter, Justin drops some heavy knowledge on how to hunt giant mule deer. We also dive into the story of Justin’s long-time pursuit of the buck called “Mammoth”. Many of you have maybe seen how this story plays out in Justin’s video from his 2015 season, but you haven’t heard h

62 MIN2018 AUG 8
Comments
17: I Live For This – Justin Finch

16: Overcoming Your Fears

Everyone has a goal they are working towards or a dream that they would love to have come true. In pursuit of these dreams and goals, there seems to always be several obstacles and roadblocks that stand in the way of achieving the goal. Many times that obstacle overcoming fear. In hunting, it may be the fear of exploring unfamiliar territory. Maybe it’s a fear of hunting alone. In life, it could be the fear of losing your cushy job to try your hat at something you love or perhaps fearing you’ll never live up to your full potential. In this episode we talk all about overcoming our fears, both in hunting and in life. Hopefully you will feel a little more motivated after listening to the podcast. No matter who you are or where you live or what you do, fear is something that you will need to learn to conquer sooner or later. Might as well make it sooner.

55 MIN2018 JUL 31
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16: Overcoming Your Fears

15: Starting a Podcast, Hunting Big Mule Deer, and Pushing for Conservation with BowhuntingAZ

In this episode of Millennial Hunter I got to do a double podcast with Stephen Miller from BowhuntingAZ. Stephen is a great guy who has recently started his own podcast called BowhuntingAZ. He's a true grit Arizonan who loves to hunt, loves God, and loves his family. He is a huge voice for conservation and he has a killer eye for photography. We talk plenty of things in the podcast such as supplements, hunting and scouting for giant mule deer, pushing for wildlife conservation in the hunting community, starting your own podcast, 3D archery shoots, Arizona tag applications, and much much more. If you haven't already, make sure to subscribe to both the Millennial Hunter podcast and also BowhuntingAZ's podcast. I promise you won't regret it!

48 MIN2018 JUL 24
Comments
15: Starting a Podcast, Hunting Big Mule Deer, and Pushing for Conservation with BowhuntingAZ

14: Getting Hyped for the Hunts

Every hunter loves to talk about their upcoming hunts. They love to dream about the exact meadow that they’re going to see their mule deer of a lifetime. They talk about their hunting tactics and what they’re going to do to make sure they fill their tag on a nice, mature animal. They love talking about it just for the sake of getting themselves more hyped up for their hunts! Ashton and I are no different. We both have several hunting opportunities coming up in a few months that really put us on the edge of our seat. We can’t wait for hunting season to get hear! In this episode of Millennial Hunter, we discuss our upcoming hunts and what we’re looking forward to most this fall and how we’re getting ready for hunting season. We also talk about the hunting industry and about our skepticism of working in the hunting industry. We touch on obtaining hunting permission from family members to hu

59 MIN2018 JUL 12
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14: Getting Hyped for the Hunts

13: “All Animals Are Equal” – A Response to Anti-Hunters

“It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.” – Aristotle On this episode of Millennial Hunter, Ashton and I try to be “educated men”, as Aristotle puts it. We critique a paper written by a modern-day philosopher, Peter Singer, and give our own thoughts on what the phrase “all animals are equal” means. Many vegans and animal rights activists have their outlandish claims of how we should manage wildlife, and frankly, I’ve never been able to even remotely relate to them. Ashton and I talk about the history of hunting, why hunting is so important to humanity, the huge effects of hunters’ conservation efforts, how we can counter the attacks of anti-hunters, hunting and religious origins, and so much more. Here is the paper that we reference throughout the podcast… All Animals Are Equal by Peter Singer

62 MIN2018 MAY 24
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13: “All Animals Are Equal” – A Response to Anti-Hunters
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