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SELF RELIANCE | HONOR | LIFESTYLE
Wrangler Williams is a soft spoken, self sufficient and self made man. Running his own pluming business, helping out on the farm, balancing life with young kids and wife, Wrangler still finds time to find big deer and elk near his home. Wrangler is a big Mule Deer and big Elk killing machine from Central Idaho in the same valley where I grew up. We discuss hunting before and after school growing up, hunters safety in the schools, hunting with friends and balancing the hunting, family and working life.
Gary Morrill is one of the good guys. A big Mule Deer killing machine from Nevada that chooses to keep his profile under the radar. Gary guides non-resident hunters in Nevada, finds giant deer and is teaching his son Konnor the essentials of life and hunting. -TIM
Fresh off my Alaska Dall Sheep Hunt I sit down with my guide and outfitter Eric Lee of Alaska Adventure Services to recount the hunt. We discuss the adventure in detail, training we did to prepare, foods we ate and didn’t eat as well as where you can see the raw footage of the hunt right now. This was a trip of a lifetime for me and one that I hope to be able to share with my son next year. I have to give a huge thanks to Eric for making this hunt a reality. -TIM
I’m less than a week away from heading off to Alaska to hunt for Dall Sheep and my friend Scott is leaving in the morning for his Nevada Mule Deer hunt. Scott wanted to go over his camera gear to make sure he had what he needs to film his hunts. I already had my gear strung out and ready to pack so I invited Scott over for a little jam session and Q&A. Hopefully we covered some of the things you guys had questions about in this podcast. Thanks
On this episode Remi and I are talking about some of the specific types of gear that we use while hunting. Not necessarily anything brand specific but we try to keep an honest and open opinion of what has worked best for us. We tried to go over as many as we could of the most common questions that we get. From boots to backpacks.
On this episode of the podcast I am on location in deep West Texas with my good friend Riley Worwood and his daughter Hallie. We have just spent the last week chasing Free Range aoudad Sheep, Scimitar Oryx and Stink Pigs. This week was a blast.
Riley and I have a lot in common. So having a deep and honest conversation is always easy with Riley. We talk about hunting private land vs public land, buying hunts vs drawing limited tags and much more. I hope you enjoy this open and honest conversation that went late into the night.
On this episode of the podcast we are on a DIY Coues Deer hunt in Mexico on one of Jay Scott’s ranch leases. We have myself, Remi, Jason Warren, Joe Dibble, Mike Marchese and John Lesperance. These guys have been running in a pack for a long time and 7 years ago decided to start planning a hunt for Coues to Mexico. Hunting the Rut with Rifles.
Late in this conversation we discuss Mikes run in with the Mexican Police, if it is really possible to eat too many beans, are warning shots ok, trigger happy hunters, mouth mimicry of wild animals, trash talking and keeping the hunt interesting. This weeks hunt was super fun. And hopefully we can get the crew together again soon for another great adventure.
In this episode I sit down with my new neighbor Jason and get to know more about his very recent journey to get into hunting. Most people start hunting when they’re young and have an adult teacher to help guide them along the way. But Jason is different. He’s only recently taken up hunting after his own “come to reality” moment with some pet chickens. We discuss the learning process, his first experiences and his latest hunt where he bagged his first cow elk. I think this is an awesome conversation. Thank you Jason for letting me raz you a little and learn from you a lot.
On this episode I’m in the shop of Nevada Taxidermy with my good friend Wayne Comstock. Taxidermy shops are like the bow shop. Often the local hangout and always full of stories, horns and racks. Wayne gets to meet and spend time with loads of hunters from all over the world and loves to discuss hunting philosophy and techniques with all of them. I wanted to take some time to sit down and share some of the wisdom he has learned over the years from his own experiences as well as those experiences in passing with other hunters. This was a great conversation that I learned a lot from. Thanks Wayne!
In this episode of the Podcast I sit down with other Podcast host Brian Call from his Gritty Bowmen Podcast. This is the FIRST of FOUR episodes we recorded during a week long hunt together in Oklahoma. We talk about branding, marketing and business. But that’s not all. My conversations seem to always turn to wildlife management, public land, being a good representative of the hunting culture and not being a Jack Ass to point out a few. Brian and I are far from perfect, but we have passion and a common goal in mind for the direction we choose to take our brands and represent the hunting community to those outside our friendship circles. Hunting is not just something we do. It is who we are. But we that doesn’t mean we can just do and say as we please without a care for how others who don’t share in our outdoor lifestyles perceive hunting. To them, hunting is what they see. So it is up to us to show hunting in a way that is more consumable to the non hunting voting class.
On this episode Remi and I sit down and discuss Bighorn Sheep. The conversation quickly turns to Wild or Feral Horses and the problems that they are causing to the recover and management efforts of the Bighorn Sheep in the West and Habitat management. Remi is very passionate about Bighorn Sheep. That is why we work with and support groups like the Wild Sheep Foundation and Nevada Bighorns Unlimited. None of us want to see the Wild Horse get hurt, but we also don’t want to see the Wild Sheep overrun by an introduced Feral species either. The horses need to be managed and right now the government and wild horse advocates do not have a management strategy. And for that, the horses, sheep, deer and other native species suffer.
On this episode of the podcast I sit down once again with Remi Warren. We talk about a giant buck he shot in Montana and discuss some of his tricks for tracking game. Remi is fresh off his guiding season in Montana and is sharing stories from some of his hunts with clients and he shares his passion for sharing his experience and expertise with new hunters to help shorten their learning curve.
Things get a little cowboy in this podcast, but then again I don’t think I would have it any other way.
On this episode I sit down with my little brother Boyd and his lifelong buddy Seth Larson. We discuss Boyd’s late elk hunt on a rare limited draw tag and tell stories from when we were kids growing up in the wild. I also discuss the release of a new film Public Land Ranch.
On this podcast Tim and Remi close out their discussions on the All Access Membership Platform, Supporting the SOLO Nation that shows their support to us, Yeti’s new 5 gallon bucket and sweet talking the airlines when traveling with meat.
On this Podcast Episode Tim and Remi sit down and discuss using maps to hunt, the bait and trail camera debate, hunters hurting hunters and adding fuel to the anti hunters fire. This was part two of a 3 part series of podcast episodes that Remi and Tim sat down and recorded.
On this podcast Tim and Remi have some time to sit down in Remi’s man space to talk about tag strategy and draw odds as well as Remi’s most recent trip to Alaska hunting Caribou with the Under Armour film crew.
On this podcast episode I get to sit down with Olympic Gold Medal Winner David Wise. Dave has become a fast friend of SOLO HNTR and has taken the challenge to self film his solo adventures. On this episode we talk about his recent ski/hunt trip to Chile.
On this episode I break from my deer hunt in Utah to have a sit down with my brand manager Joel Pilcher. We discuss the evolution of the SOLO HNTR brand, his own Trophy Mtn Art business and background, and dive into overall brand creation and marketing. Joel is a smart dude. The guy has had his hand in some of the most influential brands in and out of the industry. Follow him on Instagram @joelpilch and see his artwork at trophymtnart.com.
Stealthy and healthy. Hunt good, eat good. Healthy living and hardy training are what make Ryan Lampers successful on the mountain every season and on multiple hunts.
On this episode Remi and Tim sit down and discuss the insanity that ensues during the filming of our solo hunt expeditions. We talk about my Nevada Antelope hunt, filming with drones and what it takes to produce a good solid film and TV episode. This is a great sit down with Remi and Tim.
On this episodes Remi and I sit down and talk about his recent Archery hunt for Mule Deer in Nevada and hear his take on how to get a coyote to attack you. We discuss hunting public land and the challenges of showing your favorite hunting spots on TV. This is a great conversation with Remi!
On this episode I outline some of the basic plans for the podcast, explain some things about All Access membership and how you can see and hear exclusive full episodes and content. And tee up some of the new things we have rolling with SOLO HNTR and the upcoming hunting season. As always, thank you for the continued support and we hope to see you soon in All Access. -TIM