Episode 57: Camera Gear with Aron Snyder
In this podcast Aron covers what lenses he uses, the different cameras he’s tried and what he is currently using and why, his journey through photography and how you can improve your photos, chest straps and clips, what packs he uses, and the questions he gets about photography.
“Hey Aron - I want to get into photography. I want to take photos of animals from long distances and I have a $1000 budget…”
Featured in this podcast:
Sony RX100 Oneof the best pocket backpack camera’s.
Olympus OD EM 1
5D Mark3 Canon
LINKS FoR CAMERA BASICS in the other podcast
The 22 Mag or the Zing
F-Stop ICU Pod
Arca Swiss Mount
ARca Swiss Mount
15 Millimeter Boylander
12 Ml Fisheye
90 ml. Macro
Swarovski TLS APO Digi scoping Adaptor
Episode 56: Show Notes
This week on The Gritty Bowmen Podcast we team up with Phil Mendoza and Will Bradley of The Natural Born Hunter Podcast. Will Bradley is a Train to Hunt director and competitor. Phil is the Train to Hunt National Champion.
Phil is no stranger to the Gritty Bowmen Podcast. He was on Episode 43: Train to What? Hunt! and regular Gritty co-host, Aron Snyder of Kifaru International, shared the story of Phil’s epic big horn sheep hunting trip on Episode 24 and part 2 on Episode 30.
This podcast is a bit freestyle and covers a wide range of topics. There’s a little bit of everything; from MMA, WWE, Sponsorships and Train to Hunt, to good books, Crossfit and of course some humor thrown in.
Show Notes: Episode 55
"Designed to Catch BIGGER Fish"
“My idea of a fly is—when a fish sees it they just drop their jaw.”
My college roommate and good friend Chad Nelson and his friend Jason Arave share their passion for fly fishing and tying flies. Plus you’ll hear some “big fish” stories from Brian, Jason and Chad.
In this episode of The Gritty Bowmen Podcast Brian Call and Aron Snyder discuss the best tripods for your use and money. Aron has spent the past four years testing and re-testing different systems. You’ll hear about his latest hunt to Tiburón Island and his recent duck hunting adventure as well. -Stay Gritty
Featured in this episode:
Best choice for backpack hunting:
The Outdoorsman Compact Medium with Micro or Standard Head
Other tripods mentioned: Gitzo
"Hold on! I can make it to the car. We don't need to call the bloody ambulance!"
On this episode of the Gritty Bowmen we talk with Ty Stubblefield of Born and Raised Outdoors and Back Country Hunters and Anglers. Ty has been an avid supporter of conservation for the past 17 years. Ty talks about his bowhunting season, how you can help keep the lands you hunt on public and why and upcoming events like the Full Draw Film Tour that you can meet up and sign up for BHA.
Sign up for BHA for only $15 in December. That's $10 off and be entered to win $1,000 in Sitka Gear!
On this episode of The Gritty Bowmen we hang out with our friends Nick Best and Calvin Halladay to listen to the tale of Big ‘D’. An old cagey bull with a ton of character. The nickname Big ‘D’ stands for Daggers. Hunters often refer to the G4 antler as “The Dagger”, hence the name Big ‘D’. We hear about the history of this bull and how this bull survived so long on public land here in Oregon. We talk about the raffle tag being won by a poor college student and we learn about how Calvin helped hunt this bull and why. We also learn about late season elk hunting tactics.
In this podcast you’ll learn how to use your GPS unit in conjunction with land navigation, converting grid to magnetic and magnetic to grid, intersection, re-section and back azimuth and a brief overview of why you would want to use land navigation.