The Epic Crew checks in with Jason in the field and gets an update on his archery Mule deer hunt. Jason stocks up on some good karma by rescuing some foreign tourists. Jason's story leads into other good karma stories, which then turn into confessions of dumb stuff the Epic Crew has done. Several stories come out that might spare listeners painful experiences. Adam tells about accidentally drag racing his diesel in the car wash and warns about potential car wash dangers. Jason makes a confession about forgetting a hitch pin on his trailer. The Crew then talks about glassing soundtracks and tells stories about being attacked by animals and odd encounters. Adam then talks about getting ready for his Alaska hunts and the importance of making lists. Then Devin Archibald gives an update from the past week. He tells about guiding some newby hunters and cool experiences. Devin then gives an update on his archery Mule deer hunt and talks about lessons each failed stalk can teach hunters. Josh then gives an update on his field activities. The Crew talks about sending their wives in to purchase powder. Adam talks about his new Red Rock Precision Rifle and getting set up for his Alaska hunt.
In this episode, Adam, John, Josh, and Devin check in with Jason who's in the field archery hunting Mule deer. Devin returns from a successful Utah archery Mule deer hunt and tells about at hunt where the stars aligned. Later in the show, Wyatt checks in from the field and gives an update on his hunting conditions.
In this episode, the Epic Outdoors crew kicks things off with a rangefinder giveaway and ends things with a binocular giveaway—listen for details on how to enter. Then things get messy with one "Shizzy" story after another. First up, Josh tells about his black water adventures over the weekend, followed by his truck misfortune. Then Devin follows up with an update on his Nevada Mule deer hunt. Jason tells the story of "Sarge," a 220"+ Mule deer buck. Adam tells about discovering an old broadhead in his 220"+ Henry Mtns Mule deer. When hunting, things don't always go how you plan. The important thing is learning from things when they go wrong.
The amazing story of Adam Bronson's recent Dall sheep hunt where he and his son, Ty, connect on two big sheep within seconds of each other. The crew also answers listener's questions. Some topics include InReach devices, Nevada turn-back tags, financially preparing for hunts, advice for our 20-year-old selves, glassing techniques for sheep vs other game, the best overall hunting caliber, our favorite broadheads, the best tripods for spotting scopes, the chances of getting turn-back tags in Colorado, dream hunts for this fall.
The Epic Crew talks about hunting and hunting properties with Blayne St James and then answers more questions from listeners. Some question topics included deer water habits and needs, types of boots for different hunts, what are the best value hunts available, if we could choose any hunt what would it be, any new positions available at Epic, straight vs angled spotting scopes, what we look for when hunting a new unit, should young hunters get in the points game, and what to do with 0-3 points vs 20 points.