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Western Hunter

Western Hunter

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Western Hunter

Western Hunter

Western Hunter

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Chris Denham, publisher of Western Hunter Magazine and co-host of The Western Hunter TV show talks about all things relevant to western hunters. Nothing is off the table, just honest conversation with true experts.

Latest Episodes

EP 14: Rafe Nielsen

Rafe Nielsen is not only a hunting partner he is the marketing director at Browning. We spent time talking about John Browning and many of his contributions to modern firearms and to our military. We also dive into modern production practices and why we now have the best hunting product that we unimaginable just a decade ago.

65 MIN1 w ago
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EP 14: Rafe Nielsen

EP 13: Remi Warren

Remi Warren has been a field editor for Western Hunter Magazine for so long that neither of us can remember! In this episode we dive into his hunting career, how he got started, and what is really doing right now. Remi is one of the most adventurous hunters I know. Long before New Zealand was a hunting destination he bought a one what ticket there just to check it out….who does that? Take a look behind the scenes of his life.

49 MINMAR 17
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EP 13: Remi Warren

EP 12: Steve Opat

In this episode I sit down with Steve Opat from Fairbanks, Alaska. Steve is an avid hunter and is also a medical helicopter flight nurse. He is in a unique position to learn from peoples mistakes. We talk about the what brought him to Alaska, his experiences, and the survival mindset. Steve always has a unique perspective and this conversation could have gone on for hours! I have no doubt he will be a frequent guest on this podcast.

64 MINFEB 28
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EP 12: Steve Opat

EP 11: Ralph and Vicki Cianciarulo

Ralph and Vicki have been producing some of the best video hunting content since before outdoor TV even existed! Not only are they absolute pioneers in the business they are two of the most sincere and authentic ambassadors in the hunting industry.

63 MIN2019 AUG 16
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EP 11: Ralph and Vicki Cianciarulo

EP 10: Bob Lacher

Bob Lacher was born and raised in Alaska. As a child he hunted with his dad to feed the family, not for trophies. The adventure bug bit him hard! He started flying a bush plane at an early age and has been exploring and hunting the far reaches of Alaska every since.

64 MIN2019 AUG 3
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EP 10: Bob Lacher

EP 09: Heather Kelly and Brad Hurd Heather’s Choice

Native Alaskan Heather Kelly was tired of the limited food options available to backcountry travelers. So she did what nobody thought was possible and created her own foods, which lead to the creation of Heather’s Choice. Her dehydrated (not freeze dried) meals were the first pre-packaged options with real meat that were not overly processed. She literally started the trend and now has the biggest companies in the business paying attention.

75 MIN2019 JUL 26
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EP 09: Heather Kelly and Brad Hurd Heather’s Choice

EP 08: Steve Felix P&Y World Record Elk

In 2016 Steve killed the largest bull elk ever taken with a bow. At almost 430” it is my opinion this record may never be broken. I met Steve while on business in Montana. Fortunately I had the recording equipment with me and he had to time to sit down. We talked about the hunt and how his thoughts have changed in the years since that crazy day in Montana.

76 MIN2019 JUN 29
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EP 08: Steve Felix P&Y World Record Elk

EP 07: George Bettas

If they were looking for a new “Most Interesting Man in the World” I would nominate George Bettas. He has worked with the Boone & Crockett Club, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and was one of the founders of the Mule Deer Foundation, most of which was after he retired from a career at Washington State! He is the author of the regular column “The Hunting Horseman” in Western Hunter Magazine and has packed thousands of miles in the wilderness areas of the Northern Rockies.

88 MIN2019 JUN 18
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EP 07: George Bettas

EP 06: Wayne Carlton

Wayne Carlton is truly a legend in our industry. He pioneered the art of calling elk with diaphragm calls. Back in the 80’s his elk calling seminars were epic, and folks would drive hundreds of miles for the privilege of listening to his educational, inspirational and always entertaining talk. Though slowed down by Parkinson’s disease, this 76 year old giant still captures my imagination with every story.

79 MIN2019 JUN 12
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EP 06: Wayne Carlton

EP 05: Justin Gordon

Last fall Justin Gordon killed the largest mule deer ever taken with a bow. In this episode Justin and I talk about his buck, but being one of the most introspective hunters I have ever met, our conversation goes much deeper than just inches of antler. From mental and physical preparation to the plight of mule deer, we cover it all. The Gordon buck will in all likelihood be the highest scoring deer ever taken in my life.

76 MIN2019 APR 23
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EP 05: Justin Gordon

Latest Episodes

EP 14: Rafe Nielsen

Rafe Nielsen is not only a hunting partner he is the marketing director at Browning. We spent time talking about John Browning and many of his contributions to modern firearms and to our military. We also dive into modern production practices and why we now have the best hunting product that we unimaginable just a decade ago.

65 MIN1 w ago
Comments
EP 14: Rafe Nielsen

EP 13: Remi Warren

Remi Warren has been a field editor for Western Hunter Magazine for so long that neither of us can remember! In this episode we dive into his hunting career, how he got started, and what is really doing right now. Remi is one of the most adventurous hunters I know. Long before New Zealand was a hunting destination he bought a one what ticket there just to check it out….who does that? Take a look behind the scenes of his life.

49 MINMAR 17
Comments
EP 13: Remi Warren

EP 12: Steve Opat

In this episode I sit down with Steve Opat from Fairbanks, Alaska. Steve is an avid hunter and is also a medical helicopter flight nurse. He is in a unique position to learn from peoples mistakes. We talk about the what brought him to Alaska, his experiences, and the survival mindset. Steve always has a unique perspective and this conversation could have gone on for hours! I have no doubt he will be a frequent guest on this podcast.

64 MINFEB 28
Comments
EP 12: Steve Opat

EP 11: Ralph and Vicki Cianciarulo

Ralph and Vicki have been producing some of the best video hunting content since before outdoor TV even existed! Not only are they absolute pioneers in the business they are two of the most sincere and authentic ambassadors in the hunting industry.

63 MIN2019 AUG 16
Comments
EP 11: Ralph and Vicki Cianciarulo

EP 10: Bob Lacher

Bob Lacher was born and raised in Alaska. As a child he hunted with his dad to feed the family, not for trophies. The adventure bug bit him hard! He started flying a bush plane at an early age and has been exploring and hunting the far reaches of Alaska every since.

64 MIN2019 AUG 3
Comments
EP 10: Bob Lacher

EP 09: Heather Kelly and Brad Hurd Heather’s Choice

Native Alaskan Heather Kelly was tired of the limited food options available to backcountry travelers. So she did what nobody thought was possible and created her own foods, which lead to the creation of Heather’s Choice. Her dehydrated (not freeze dried) meals were the first pre-packaged options with real meat that were not overly processed. She literally started the trend and now has the biggest companies in the business paying attention.

75 MIN2019 JUL 26
Comments
EP 09: Heather Kelly and Brad Hurd Heather’s Choice

EP 08: Steve Felix P&Y World Record Elk

In 2016 Steve killed the largest bull elk ever taken with a bow. At almost 430” it is my opinion this record may never be broken. I met Steve while on business in Montana. Fortunately I had the recording equipment with me and he had to time to sit down. We talked about the hunt and how his thoughts have changed in the years since that crazy day in Montana.

76 MIN2019 JUN 29
Comments
EP 08: Steve Felix P&Y World Record Elk

EP 07: George Bettas

If they were looking for a new “Most Interesting Man in the World” I would nominate George Bettas. He has worked with the Boone & Crockett Club, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and was one of the founders of the Mule Deer Foundation, most of which was after he retired from a career at Washington State! He is the author of the regular column “The Hunting Horseman” in Western Hunter Magazine and has packed thousands of miles in the wilderness areas of the Northern Rockies.

88 MIN2019 JUN 18
Comments
EP 07: George Bettas

EP 06: Wayne Carlton

Wayne Carlton is truly a legend in our industry. He pioneered the art of calling elk with diaphragm calls. Back in the 80’s his elk calling seminars were epic, and folks would drive hundreds of miles for the privilege of listening to his educational, inspirational and always entertaining talk. Though slowed down by Parkinson’s disease, this 76 year old giant still captures my imagination with every story.

79 MIN2019 JUN 12
Comments
EP 06: Wayne Carlton

EP 05: Justin Gordon

Last fall Justin Gordon killed the largest mule deer ever taken with a bow. In this episode Justin and I talk about his buck, but being one of the most introspective hunters I have ever met, our conversation goes much deeper than just inches of antler. From mental and physical preparation to the plight of mule deer, we cover it all. The Gordon buck will in all likelihood be the highest scoring deer ever taken in my life.

76 MIN2019 APR 23
Comments
EP 05: Justin Gordon
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