Casey Harbertson and I recap our "majestic" hunt for Tahr in New Zealand. we go into depth about what its like in new zealand and break down our bowhunting expserience.
Ryan Carter joins me in the Gritty Studio to go live on instagram and drop some knowledge on elk. If you didn't catch the live don't worry you get a second chance on here on youtube. Ryan Carter is a part of DC outfitters down here in Utah and they slay elk. Ryan shares with us how me manages to accomplish it year after year.
Jordan Harbertson and I get to sit down with Jess Lockwood, the youngest PBR world champion in history. And Hailey Kinsel one of the world top Barrel Racer. We discuss what drive someone to ride a bull in the first place. And how our society sacrifices freedoms for safety.
[NEW EPISODE] Kia Ora! Check it out folks! I love this episode! We recorded this episode in New Zealand at the foot of the Southern Alps on the last day of my first Himalayan Tahr hunt. Honestly, the hunt for NZ Tahr was EPIC! But I think the BEST part of this hunt were our kiwi friends and guides, Sam Manson (@nzhuntguide) and Shaun Roach—they talk funny... but not everybody can be an American. I like to call them Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber, respectively. We were hosted in New Zealand by our good friend and awesome human, Duncan Fraser, owner of @venatorcardronasafaris. #staygritty @casey_harbertson @dallashemeyer 📷:@keith.ailes
B-rent and I are back with part two to talk about some serious land conservation.
On this episode I sit down with the Gritty Broman(B-rent) and discuss a book called "land of the spotted eagle". This book had a big impact on me when I first read it and I hope it will get ya thinking. We broke this podcast into two parts because we felt while we were editing it needed some breaking down. Keep you're eyes peeled for part two!
I head over to CrossFit Park City to catch up with CrossFit Games Athlete Chris Spealler. Chris shares about getting stronger with age, becoming a hunter and a few humiliating moments and more. | #StayGritty #GrittyPodcast
Folks I like these boots so much I went to Italy to see how they're made. Over the last two years iv'e put over two thousand miles on my Crispi Nevada boots and they're still in one piece. I had my buddy Kendall Card give me the grand tour at the Crispi Boot factory in Italy. After the tour we spent our time needing out on boots the how, where, why, and what of boots. After the podcast be sure to check it out on youtube so you can catch A-aron gives the how to of boot tying. He shows us how to tie a boot for every situation.