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Podcasts and stories to inform and inspire your passion for the outdoors, hunting and fishing. Don’t let present circumstance limit your initiative for the wild. Listen now for tips, tactics and wisdom from guests such as Jim Shockey, Remi Warren, Randy Newberg, Corey Jacobsen, Paul “ElkNut” Medel, Kristy Titus, Ted Nugent and Donnie Vincent.
 
All elk, all the time, and only elk. Hunting elk is the aspirational pinnacle for most American hunters. Corey Jacobsen, 10-time World Elk Calling Champion, and Randy Newberg, long-time public land hunting advocate, have combined to lower the hurdles for aspiring elk hunters and provide insight from their combined decades of elk hunting mistakes that will give useful information to elk hunters of all experience levels. Brought to you by Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and partners Sitka Gear, ...
 
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Ryan Michler, host of the Order of Man podcast and author of Sovereignty, joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to dive into difficult life decisions that result in making us better people. Ryan says life is a series of trade-offs. While circumstances may differ for everyone, we can always challenge ourselves and work hard to get to where we want to be …
 
In this episode (80) of the Elk Talk Podcast, Corey and Randy discuss how the 2021 season went for them and for the audience who has submitted questions. That turns the discussion to the 2022 planning season, including discussion of the Idaho non-resident elk tag gymnastics, the deadlines for Alaska and why Corey will never hunt elk there, what the…
 
Lt. John Nores, retired CDFW game warden, recipient of the California Governor’s Medal of Valor and author of Hidden War and War in the Woods, joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to discuss the largely unknown battle for our public lands against the drug cartels. John and Sam discuss the issues that hunters and conservationists face coming up against …
 
Kevin Laslie, a long-time supporter of the podcast, joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to talk about his Utah moose hunt and filling his first tag after years of struggle. With no luck in meeting other hunters through working at Cabela’s, He finally connects with other hunters through the GoWild hunting app. Kevin ends up drawing a once-in-a-lifetime…
 
Christian Schauf, founder of Uncharted Supply Co., joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to discuss the importance of being prepared while hunting, adventuring. Christian tells Sam a little about some of his emergency encounters and about the event that inspired him to start his survival and emergency product company, Uncharted Supply Co. He emphasizes …
 
In this episode (79) of Elk Talk Podcast, Corey and Randy talk about late season elk hunting. Topics covered include weather and elements, safety and survival, what you don't know can kill you, learning the hard way, late elk behavior, bachelor groups are easier to find, hypothermia, basic to spend the night in the woods, changes to Colorado and Ut…
 
The Honorable Steve Daines, US Senator for Montana joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to highlight and discuss some of the major issues faced by outdoorsmen in Montana and across the US. With the influx of people to the state, Senator Daines reminds new residents about the importance of preserving the wildlife and the land that play a key role in mak…
 
Hank Shaw, wild game chef and author of Hunt, Gather, Cook, Buck, Buck, Moose and more, joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to talk wild game cooking. Hank and Sam find some common ground when they talk about living in California and growing up fishing. They discuss different ways they cook wild game, misconceptions about older animals vs younger anim…
 
Dark Waters, the master of YouTube horror, joins Sam again on The Wild Initiative for this special Halloween bonus episode. Dark Waters and Sam have a discussion of American paranormal creatures and monsters and give each a Dark Waters Creature Threat Rating. They discuss the Chupacabra, Blue Dogs, The Jersey/Leeds Devil, Mothman, the Wendigo, La L…
 
Robbie Kroger with Blood Origins joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to discuss the loaded term “trophy hunting”, high fence hunting, and some problematic issues within the hunting community/industry. Robbie and Sam talk about what it means to be a trophy hunter and the hunting community being its own enemy when it comes to tearing each other down and…
 
In this Episode (78) of the Elk Talk Podcast, Corey and Randy get a chance to catch up for a midseason update. Topics covered include a lot of stories from Montana and Idaho, Donnie’s broken leg, heavy packouts, grouse tally, transition to post-rut and rifle seasons, lower elevation elk, last minute bulls, Destination Elk, Randy’s Montana moose, th…
 
Kara Schuett of Yellow Sally Fishing and Montana Bucks & Ducks joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to throw back a few beers and talk about hunting and fly fishing in the great state of Montana. Kara and Sam catch up on life and discuss Kara’s projects, Yellow Sally Fishing, a fishing-themed clothing line for women and girls, and Montana Bucks & Ducks…
 
Charles Beaty, the Prince of Poachers, joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to talk about his outlaw days in the woods. From poaching 116 trophy-class whitetail deer, eating raw deer meat for 27 days straight, running from the law, and then becoming a Christian and hanging up his old ways, Charles has been through a thing or two; He makes sure to let n…
 
Tana Grenda of Bristol Bay Fitness joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to talk about her experience huntin’ Alaska. In this episode, Tana tells Sam about her bull moose bowhunt and what could only be described as hunting and being chased by a zombie bear. Later they discuss how long you should look for an animal after wounding it and what it means to …
 
Jesse Phillips, entrepreneur, and filmmaker joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to talk about the aspects of finding purpose in life. In this episode, they discuss the difference between harvesting vs killing animals, what it feels like having a full freezer and the importance of truly helping veterans. Later, they go into finding purpose through doin…
 
In Episode 77 of Elk Talk Podcast, Corey is home from a harrowing Alaska Roosevelt archery elk hunt. Randy has been waiting for Corey's story since getting a picture with no details. This is a story you want to hear. A story about dreams, perseverance, risk-reward, foolish chances, being prepared for the unexpected, kidney stones, terrible weather,…
 
In this episode (76) Corey and Randy have a preseason session to discuss the 2021 elk season that launches by the time this episode drops. Randy chimes in from a temporary studio, apologizing for the bad audio, while Corey is fully loaded for Alaska archery elk. Topics covered include Alaska archery elk, luck better than hard work, prioritize physi…
 
Vaughn NeVille of TheManSpot joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to bullsh*t just a bit about the outdoors and hunting. In this episode, they discuss how social media can bring out the worst in people while also bringing a lot of value to others. They later go on to talk about Vaughn's greatest hunting story, bear encounters and the status of our 2nd …
 
In this episode (75) of Elk Talk Podcast, Corey talks with Brice Bishop of Peax Equipment. While Randy is in Nevada, Corey and Brice talk about manufacturing hunting-specific products for western mountain hunting. This is a story of building a hunting equipment company from nothing more than a great idea and a lot of hard work. Topics covered inclu…
 
Randy Newberg, the host of Fresh Tracks and Hunt Talk Radio, joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to talk about stories and lessons throughout his hunting career. In this episode, they discuss spending time in the field, filling tags, how much effort goes into their hunts, and more. See more on the show notes page at thewildinitiative.com/209. Learn mo…
 
Rob Gearing (aka Mr. G) of Spartan Precision Equipment/Javelin Bipod joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to discuss differences in hunting across the globe. In this episode, they discuss the North American model of wildlife conservation being the most successful in the world and how COVID has inspired license purchases. They also go on to discuss if t…
 
In this podcast, Corey and Randy take the stage at the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Mountain Summit, where the audience receives a new Gerber knife for having the courage to ask a question that Corey and Randy try to answer. Questions asked include conservation opportunities, adult onset hunting, getting young hunters involved, too many hunters, t…
 
Gabriella Hoffman of District of Conservation invites Sam to her podcast to discuss how Sam got into the outdoor industry. In this bonus episode, they discuss how “Country Sam” came to be and what his path looked like getting into the outdoor industry. See more on the show notes page at thewildinitiative.com/podcast. Learn more about your ad choice…
 
In this Episode (73) of Elk Talk Podcast, Corey and Randy are taking listener questions and reciting some experiences of recent elk seminars. Topics covered include Alaska elk hunting, smoke and elk, hunting new areas, food scarcity, what is the best elk forage, elk dispersal, calling for elk is not for turkeys, making elk hunting simple, eliminati…
 
Kevin Toye of Focus Hunting invites Sam to his podcast to discuss his hunting journey. In this bonus episode, they talk about Sam’s past LA life, how he was introduced to hunting and some awesome stories from the years of running his podcast. See more on the show notes page at thewildinitiative.com/podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit m…
 
The Flip Flop Guy, Andy Moeckel joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to talk about the power of the Flip Flop. ** WARNING: This episode has been shown to increase salivation and hunger drastically. Listen at your own risk. ** In this episode, Andy gets into his lip-smacking recipes, the traditions cooking wild game holds, the integration of people to t…
 
Jamey Shirah of the Hunter Recruitment Project joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to talk about ways to increase the new hunting populations. In this episode, they discuss crazy turkey hunters, best practices for introducing novice hunters to the beautiful hobby, charging grizzly stories and prepping tips to make wild game that much better. See more …
 
Henry Ferguson, a.k.a. Big Chief Whack a Buck, joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to discuss his encounters with monster muleys, both typical and non-typical. In this episode, the chief goes into detail about his family's hunting stories, hard lessons learned about mule deer, and why there is some "tension" in the family on the topic of hunting elk v…
 
In this episode (72) of the Elk Talk Podcast, Randy and Corey dive into the topic of drought impacts on elk. This takes them into migratory v. non-migratory elk, how to E-scout for each, dispersal v. density, selecting the best sanctuaries based on weather and moisture, priority on highest quality food in drought years, data used for selecting OTC …
 
Baker Leavitt of Black Rifle Coffee Company Outdoors joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to talk about arrow mechanics, health, and more. In this episode, Baker goes into his African hunts, why heavier arrow builds are better and the negatives of casting judgment on others’ legal and ethical hunting tactics. See more on the show notes page at thewildi…
 
Mia Anstine, outdoor writer, guide and hunting mentor, joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to talk about her advocacy efforts. In this episode, Mia talks about her childhood, how her daughter has become an accomplished outdoorswomen and the biases for women in the hunting world. They later go on to talk about the importance of communication, especiall…
 
In this Episode (71) of Elk Talk Podcast, Corey interrupts Randy's Montana drawing results and with Randy's serious sinus infection they to try carry on a podcast about planning elk hunts now that tags are being issued. Topics covered include E-scouting differences for archery seasons compared to rifle seasons, eliminating where elk aren't, fall ba…
 
Ted Nugent, legendary outdoorsman, musician, firearms enthusiast and political activist, joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to “pluck some feathers” when it comes to conservation, freedom, truth and common sense. In this episode, Sam and Ted get confrontational on not so “common sense” gun laws, political division, living in fear and so much more. Pu…
 
Dan Staton of ElkShape joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to talk about what drives him as a man who prides himself on the development of what he calls “sweat equity.” In this episode, Dan goes into detail about his first encounter with a successful elk harvest, how time in the woods makes us more effective and present at home and how he leverages el…
 
In this episode (70), Corey and Randy are answering listener questions and focusing on planning season. Now that tags are being drawn, we take questions that give our approach to planning a hunt. Topics covered include early archery season, how an E-scouting plan is developed, using rafts to escape the crowds, Corey's shed antler report, risk analy…
 
Sam brings back Clayton Marxer, the Adventure Cowboy, to introduce The Wild Initiative’s 200th episode. In this episode, Sam and Clayton reminisce about the trials and tribulations of Sam’s 2017 elk hunt. Sam then shares the audio files he recorded at the end of each day, sharing the raw details of what’s going on in his mind throughout the whole p…
 
Guy Duplantier, host of the Western Contours podcast, joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to talk about developing grit in life. In this episode, they discuss the benefits and drawbacks of solo vs group hunting, the growth that comes from doing difficult sh*t (even if it’s solely for the sake of doing difficult sh*t), how to become a more productive b…
 
Chef Joshua Schwencke of Gastronomy joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to talk about an integral part of honoring the game we hunt; how we prepare it in the kitchen. Joshua goes into how our presentation of food, particularly wild game, can be an art form. He later debunks what “gamey” actually means and how to reach that apex of flavor with various …
 
In this Episode (69) of The Elk Talk Podcast, Corey and Randy are again scanning listener questions and explaining their approach to many of the topics facing elk hunters. Tangents explored are public land etiquette for hunters and antler nuts, how to improve habitat for drought, drought impacts on hunting strategy, Randy's Five Periods of the Elk …
 
Greg McHale, host of Greg McHale’s Wild Yukon joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to talk about his philosophies surrounding physical fitness in the outdoors and life. In this episode, they talk about Greg’s origins in the Yukon, how to create Atomic Habits that increase your freedom throughout the day and the foundations of creating a healthy life. L…
 
The StHealthy Hunter, Ryan Lampers joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to dig into the details of Spring Bear Season. In this episode, Ryan shares his daughter’s first successful deer harvest and how to get children into hunting. The episode wouldn’t be complete without chatting about the imminent approach of Spring Bear Season. Ryan and Sam discuss b…
 
In this episode (68) of the Elk Talk Podcast, Corey and Randy talk about the upcoming Colorado elk deadline and a host of other listener questions. Topics covered include, if Corey was King for a Day, R3 or access, selecting season dates, solo set-ups, nuances of thermals, barometric changes, elk and grizzlies, antler hunting, why some rules exist,…
 
Jim Shockey joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to break down why we hunt. In this episode, Jim goes into detail on how his mentality on hunting motivations has changed over the years, how hunting in -100 degree temps breaks humans but also creates incredible character and what the perfect hunt looks like. Jim and Sam later go on to discuss how meat i…
 
Douglas Boze, author of The Ultimate Guide to Black Bear Hunting joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to dig into all the basics of Spring bear hunting. In this episode, they discuss the allure of predator hunting, what you need to look for when initially scouting and how to tell the difference between rub and bear-stripping on trees. They also go on t…
 
The Honorable Steve Daines, United States Senator for Montana joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to share his vision for wildlife and public lands management in Montana and across the nation. Senator Daines reminisces about his childhood memories of growing up in Montana and fishing with his grandfather and goes on to recap the 2020 election and conf…
 
In this Episode (67) of Elk Talk Podcast, Randy and Corey talk about the upcoming New Mexico deadline, along with a host of listener Q&As. Topic covered include the basics of New Mexico elk apps, Idaho rule change to lower DIY tag allocations, trail cams on winterkills, wolves impacting how elk behave, wolves less vocal, adaptive elk hunters, calli…
 
Brian Barney of Eastmans’ Elevated joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to talk about the life-changing benefits of immersing yourself in the backcountry. In this episode, they discuss bowhunting and the upcoming spring bear season, beer and burgers as a hunting power-meal, flaws with the pro-wolf agenda and how our “difficult” daily-life decisions are…
 
Josh Smith of Montana Knife Company joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to talk about the results of surrounding yourself with high-performing individuals. In this episode, they talk about a shift in focus from university education to trades, the importance of learning by hands-on experience and understanding the difference between someone looking for…
 
In this Episode (66) of the Elk Talk Podcast, Corey and Randy start taking viewer questions related to the recent flurry of legislation in western states that will impact hunting opportunity and elk. Before long Corey has point Randy down the legislative rabbit hole and they do and in depth discussion of where these bills are coming from, what hunt…
 
Steve Chappell of Chappell’s Guide Service and host of ElkCampTV joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to talk about their obsession with Elk. In this episode, Steve talks about his strategies for locating elk in new units. He also gives his take on calling techniques, being adaptable in the woods and the ethics of and controversy over using trail camer…
 
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