The Global Hunt for Adventure — Hosted by Don Trump Jr., Jason Vincent, and Mike Schoby
The Field Ethos Podcast - episode 54 - Blake Barnett
Blake Barnett is the Ruger No. 1 of humans - a classic who refuses to die. An OG in the outdoor industry, Blake is the host of Trailing The Hunter's Moon, an expert at rattling for whitetail, a staunch advocate for hunters' rights, and believes you'd be better off with more self-confidence. You're going to enjoy this conversation.
The Field Ethos Podcast - episode 53 - Adam Grenda
Adam is an Alaskan pilot and hunter, family man, and homesteader. Raised in North Idaho, Adam has a ton of stories to tell.
The Field Ethos Podcast - episode 52 - Spartan Forge
As military spec ops in Iraq, bill had the idea for Spartan forge. He realized that the prosecution/finding of terrorist targets and pursuit of trophy whitetails have many parallels. Jason and Bill discuss the mapping software designed in war, made for hunters.
The Field Ethos Podcast - episode 51 - Kristi Noem
Governor Kristi Noem is a rancher, farmer, small business owner, and New York Times bestselling author of Not My First Rodeo: Lessons Learned From the Heartland. Watch as see applies those hard earned lessons in her conversation with Jason and Charlie.
The Field Ethos Podcast - episode 50 - Pat Hemingway Adams
Pat is the great grandson of Earnest Hemingway. He is a regular contributor to Field Ethos and a member of the Hemingway board of directors. Listen to him and Jason talk through their past and future adventures.
The Field Ethos Podcast - episode 49 - Christian Schauf
Christian Schauf is the founder and CEO of Uncharted Supply Company, a manufacturer of high-quality survival systems and products made to empower people with the proper gear and education to guide them back to safety in an unanticipated emergency.
Christian Schauf, a serial adventurer, athlete, entrepreneur, and philanthropist, grew up on a farm in Wisconsin where he learned to navigate the environment, operate and repair vehicles, and handle animals from a very young age. When emergencies would strike their small community, Schauf’s family would leverage their tractors, chainsaws, and experience, to help dig out or clear a path for their neighbors. His upbringing etched memories of being prepared for enduring the worst – and always lending a helping hand to anyone in need – a trait Schauf carries today.
Authentic Content, Great Depth and Variety
Quality program with great subject matter experts and discussions that go well below the surface within a variety of hunting related topics.
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This is a great show to listen to because it’s not all stuffy and even the novice sportsman can understand it.
Zionist neocon propaganda. The guys at Field Ethos fell for the latest psyop.