Scott Oeth From Bull Moose Patrol | JMB Podcast Episode 58

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Scott Oeth is the owner of Bull Moose Patrol, a Registered Maine Guide, a Jack Mountain Bushcraft School alumnus, a featured speaker at Canoecopia and the Outdoor Adventure Expo and a father of 3. Raised in Madison, Wisconsin and active in scouts, Scott lives with his family in the twin cities of Minnesota.

In episode 58 Scott and I talk about balancing an outdoor business with a full time job, decision making in outdoor leadership, and the regional differences between Maine and Minnesota with regard to geography and outdoor skills.

PHOTO: Scott (in back) and Sam Larson (in front) poling canoes in the Aroostook River during the 2012 Riverman course. An hour later it started raining and the water level rose several feet overnight.

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Blake Towsley On Winter Camping & Making Gear | JMB Podcast Episode 57

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Blake Towsley is an old friend, purveyor of uncouth fire side talk (his description), and the owner of Le Club De Raquette de SRF. In this episode we discuss winter camping, winter weather trends, his line of traditional snowshoe and canoe gear, freedom cabbage, and upcoming winter camping trips.

PHOTO: Blake and Tim in the Guide Shack at the field school.

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Vexilar Ice Fishing (White Perch, Crappie, & Blue Gill) // Checking Ice thickness on Winnepesaukee

Lake Winnipesaukee doesn’t have enough ice yet (beginning of January), at least not in Wolfeboro bay, for ice fishing. But I wanted to take the opportunity to show you my Vexilar Ice-Ducer (Flasher), with footage from a couple years ago with my old fishing buddy Wayne. That year, Wayne and Continue reading “Vexilar Ice Fishing (White Perch, Crappie, & Blue Gill) // Checking Ice thickness on Winnepesaukee”

Jeff Hatch, Raven Wilderness School | JMB Podcast Episode 56

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Jeff Hatch is the owner of Raven Wilderness School in western Massachusetts, an ambassador for Fjallraven, has more instagram followers than we can count, and is an all-around great guy. Ed Butler and I sat down with Jeff on a breezy day to discuss his school, the role of social media in promoting small business, how he became a brand ambassador, and his upcoming events at Fjallraven stores in Vermont and New York City.

We also discuss Ed’s first fish through the ice of the winter, tell a few stories, and give advice for young people getting started in the outdoor industry.

PHOTO: Jeff Hatch, Tim Smith & Ed Butler (from left to right). Photo by Jessica.

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Being Prepared For Winter With Ed Butler, Working Class Woodsman | JMB Podcast Episode 55

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Ed Butler, the Working Class Woodsman, stopped by and we spent an hour and a quarter talking about winter preparedness, the changing face of the forest in northern New England due to economic pressure, what you should carry with you, the boiling point of propane and butane, and a bunch of other winter-focused things. I haven’t seen Ed much lately because he’s been so busy, and it was great to catch up. It’s always a pleasure to have him of the podcast, and it’s never boring.

PHOTO: Ice-covered pond at the field school. The discolored ice should be a safety warning, as should be the open water near the outlet.

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Winter Expeditions In Alberta With Dragan Uzelac | JMB Podcast Episode 54

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Dragan Uzelac is the owner of Niko Wilderness Education in Beaver County, Alberta and a Jack Mountain alumnus. In this episode of the podcast we discuss guided winter expeditions that Dragan will be leading this winter. We talk about making the gear needed for winter trips, the importance of planning ahead, and why it’s amazing to be in places with no light pollution.  All four of his trips this winter are full, so if  you’re interested in experiencing the winter trail with him in Alberta, register early for 2020 expeditions.

PHOTO: Dragan Uzelac and Blake Towsley on the winter trail.

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Triumph and Disaster in Deer Hunting // The Woodsman’s Podcast, Ep. 7

The ups and downs of this year’s whitetail deer hunting season is the topic of the latest episode of The Woodsman’s Podcast.

The “atlatl” or spear thrower to use a less interesting name:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spear-thrower

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