North Carolina Whitetail Deer Harvest & Process (GRAPHIC)

I was lucky enough to spend a couple days with my good buddy Matt in North Carolina doing some whitetail deer hunting. Matt harvested a decent 5 pointer. We processed it and enjoyed some fresh venison.

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Teen Wilderness Living Semester | JMB Podcast Episode 51

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In episode 51 of the podcast Christopher and I recap the 2018 season with our youth program, the School Of The Forest, and talk about the Teen Wilderness Living Semester coming in 2019. As part of the discussion, we discuss the difference between wilderness living skills and actually living in the wilderness. It is something I’ve felt strongly about for a number of years; instructors should have spent a few months living in the forest before they teach about it.

PHOTO: Natural waterslide on a northern Maine river.

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Eating Well On The Trail And Listener Comments | JMB Podcast Episode 50

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In episode 50 of the Jack Mountain Bushcraft Podcast we discuss listener comments, the role of alcohol on the trail, and how important food and eating well is on expeditions.

PHOTO: Newly-carved paddles being used for the first time.

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Expedition Behavior & Leadership | JMB Podcast Episode 49

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Episode 49 of the Jack Mountain Bushcraft Podcast is all about expedition behavior and leadership. Expedition behavior is outdoor education-speak for working as a team. On a chilly Saturday morning in the Guide Shack Tim, Christopher and Colin were joined by Blake Towsley for a discussion on good and bad leadership and how leadership skills are learned.

PHOTO: Cold morning in the Guide Shack.

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When the Bear Has Three Legs // The Woodsman’s Podcast, Ep. 6

Bear hunting is the main topic of episode 6 of the Woodsman’s Podcast, as Ed tells Max about the unique bear he was fortunate enough to harvest while on a hunting trip in Maine.

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Thru-Hiking The Appalachian Trail With David Callison | JMB Podcast Episode 48

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David Callison hiked the Appalachian Trail from north to south , finishing in March of 2018. He’s also a participant on our fall, 2018 Wilderness Bushcraft Semester. We discuss hiking the trail, why you should plant to hike from north to south to have a better experience, and learn about his most and least favorite sections. David gives a few key pieces of advice for those considering a long hike, and we also talk about his experience thus far on the semester.

PHOTO: Poling practice. David is the guy on the right.


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