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Beyond the Kill is the podcast brought to you by the creators of The Journal of Mountain Hunting. The act of hunting involves so much more than the taking of an animal's life. On this show we'll take you "beyond the kill" and into the people, lifestyle, gear and fitness aspects of being a modern hunter.

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    • 4.4 • 127 Ratings

Beyond the Kill is the podcast brought to you by the creators of The Journal of Mountain Hunting. The act of hunting involves so much more than the taking of an animal's life. On this show we'll take you "beyond the kill" and into the people, lifestyle, gear and fitness aspects of being a modern hunter.

    EP 207: Conservation During COVID with Gray Thornton

    EP 207: Conservation During COVID with Gray Thornton

    On this episode, Adam visits with Gray Thornton, President & CEO of the Wild Sheep Foundation, to discuss the impacts of COVID and COVID-related restrictions on WSF’s annual conservation and fundraising efforts.

    Conservation orgs like WSF rely heavily on in-person events to fund their initiatives so if you care about wild sheep and wild sheep habitats, this episode is a must listen.

    • 1 hr 39 min
    EP 206: The Most Unique Ram You’ll Likely Ever See with Ben Stourac

    EP 206: The Most Unique Ram You’ll Likely Ever See with Ben Stourac

    On this episode, Adam has Ben Stourac of Arcadia Outfitting back on the show to share the story of “Quasi Moto”, the Stone ram he recently harvested in Northern BC.

    • 1 hr 29 min
    EP 205: Chasing Ghosts and Crying In the Backcountry

    EP 205: Chasing Ghosts and Crying In the Backcountry

    On this episode, Adam sits down with Wardo to discuss his recent solo scouting trip into the BC backcountry. After covering 40-plus kilometers (25 miles) in a single day and learning a few things along the way, Wardo may be ready to become a full-time truck hunter...

    • 50 min
    EP 204: A Master Class In Clothing Systems with Rick Elder of BEYOND CLOTHING

    EP 204: A Master Class In Clothing Systems with Rick Elder of BEYOND CLOTHING

    On this episode, Adam catches up with Rick Elder, CEO of Beyond Clothing, a company that Adam’s had the good fortune of working with for a few years now.

    In our opinion they make some of the best technical apparel at the best price you’ll find anywhere and are posed to be a serious player in the hunting community. If you have not tried their gear, you’re missing out.

    • 1 hr 50 min
    EP 203: Slinging Lead (and Bourbon) with Colton Bagnoli

    EP 203: Slinging Lead (and Bourbon) with Colton Bagnoli

    On this episode, Adam visits with Colton Bagnoli aka “Pap Winkle” on IG, which should tell you all you need to know about his tastes in whiskey.

    Colton is a writer for Western Hunter, experienced rifleman and lawman, custom gunsmith extraordinaire, and all around great
    dude.

    • 1 hr 39 min
    EP 202: A Bear Named Chevron, with Ben Stourac

    EP 202: A Bear Named Chevron, with Ben Stourac

    On this episode, Nolan sits once again with Ben Stourac, sheep guide, owner, and outfitter of Arcadia Outfitting. Ben is always a welcome guest on the show, and this time he shares the story of the bear named Chevron -- a massive color phase black bear ben chased for 3 years with clients, before finally catching up to him this clientless COVID spring.

    • 54 min

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
127 Ratings

127 Ratings

Mardy P ,

Backcountry Pack Horse Trips

I’m sure there are some of us that’d like to hear more about horse packing trips and horsemanship when dealing with pack strings for backcountry hunting.
There’s a whole another adventure to taking a pack-string of horses into the backcountry, whether it be bringing in more “necessities”, supplies, mishaps, and overall easier transportation into the far reaches of the backcountry. There’s nothing like eating pancakes, beans and bacon for breakfast in the far backcountry (I’m a bacon guy).
Love hearing what your podcast has to bring, especially in mountain hunting strategies, conservation, and tactics. Keep up the good work fellas. But an overall great podcast for the avid hunter/adventurer, keep up the good work!

Doug72er ,

Horrible host

The host is very masterful at beating dead horses. It amazes me how long he can drone on about inconsequential details which takes away time from more important topics and details. Even intriguing guests aren't enough to make me listen, because of the host. I hope the other newer hosts can take over more often. Then I might listen again.

Smokie The Cat ,

Ugh

Self-indulgent prattle. Their elevation of Ryan Mitcher on their podcast was stomach turning, particularly for those who feel that women, trans and non-binary have a place in the outdoors.

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