36 episodes

All hunting knowledge is gained through trial and error. That’s why Remi Warren is dedicated to sharing his experience and know-how with anyone willing to listen. Whether it’s in the backcountry or in your back yard, Remi gives you all the tools you need to become a better hunter.

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    • 5.0, 539 Ratings

All hunting knowledge is gained through trial and error. That’s why Remi Warren is dedicated to sharing his experience and know-how with anyone willing to listen. Whether it’s in the backcountry or in your back yard, Remi gives you all the tools you need to become a better hunter.

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    Ep. 36: When Thermals Go Wrong and How to Beat the Wind

    Ep. 36: When Thermals Go Wrong and How to Beat the Wind

    On this week’s show, Remi tells a story of an early-season high country mule deer hunt in central Nevada that taught him a thing or two about thermals. He also covers reading the wind, understanding currents, scent control, and everything else you need to know to consistently beat a deer’s nose.  

     

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    Ep. 35: Answering Your Questions, Part 5

    Ep. 35: Answering Your Questions, Part 5

    This week on the show, Remi is once again answering questions from our audience. He covers a variety of topics sent in by listeners to remi@themeateater.com.

     

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    • 31 min
    Ep. 34: Calling Bears in New Mexico and Essential Tactics for Filling Your Spring Tag

    Ep. 34: Calling Bears in New Mexico and Essential Tactics for Filling Your Spring Tag

    On this week's show, Remi tells the story of a September black bear hunt in New Mexico back when he was a guide and provides the tactics you'll need to kill a big bear this year.    Connect with and Remi on  and MeatEater on , , ,...

    • 35 min
    Ep. 33: Hunting Deep in Bruin Country and the Keys to Finding Spring Black Bears

    Ep. 33: Hunting Deep in Bruin Country and the Keys to Finding Spring Black Bears

    On this week's show, Remi shares the basics on how to find spring black bears including understanding bear habits and how or when to move. He also tells a story about his favorite backcountry bear hunt in one of his best remote spots.    ...

    • 39 min
    Ep. 32: Running Out of Food, Eating Raw Heart, and Perfecting Backcountry Nutrition

    Ep. 32: Running Out of Food, Eating Raw Heart, and Perfecting Backcountry Nutrition

    On this week's show, Remi tells a story about drawing a rifle mule deer tag with his dad and brothers. Along the way he makes some ill-advised moves and ends up running out of food.  It was a hunt that helped him learn how to maximize his...

    • 45 min
    Ep. 31: Answering Your Questions, Part 4

    Ep. 31: Answering Your Questions, Part 4

    This week on the show, Remi is once again answering some questions from our audience. They cover a variety of topics sent in by listeners to . Connect with Remi and MeatEater Remi on  and MeatEater on , , , and Shop

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Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
539 Ratings

539 Ratings

Brianhunts63 ,

Spring Black Bear

Listened to the latest Podcast this morning.
As a new to “big game” hunter (my second year) I appreciate all of your insight. I live on Vancouver Island off the coast of WA state and have one of the largest concentrations of Black Bears in NorthAmerica but still find them pretty elusive.
Looking forward to more tips from the next podcast.

Brian Allen.
Petty Officer 1st Class (ret.)

ReneeSm ,

Wealth of knowledge and wisdom

I am a later life onset hunter.

After this past season I decided it was time I make a lifestyle change. So technically I have never hunted.

But I am using this time to collect and gather as much information as possible to help me be successful in the field.

I am incredibly thankful to have this information at my finger tips. I have listened to many of the episodes time after time even taking small notes.

Very thankful for the wisdom you leave in every episode.

J-Dilla93 ,

Beginner Bowhunter Gold

Great information and tips for a new bowhunter and aspiring backcountry hunter like myself. I especially liked the glassing tips, shoes off situations, deer calling, and small game podcasts. But every episode has something useful to learn and apply.

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