South Carolina Turkeys
Conservationist Robert Abernethy takes Steve to some of his prime South Carolina turkey spots.
Helps you disappear when you get close to your quarry.
With a touch screen sensitive thumb and index finger, this is the perfect addition to your kit for warm early season hunts.
A semi-automatic shotgun built on the inertia system. Reliable cycling and an evenly-weighted gun.
A next-to-skin base layer for high output hunts in hot weather.
Used in conjunction with the Phantom Leafy Top, this balaclava takes your concealment to the next level in the turkey woods.
Delivers larger, more forgiving patterns at close range, while still providing deadly penetration at long distance.
The Guide Lite Pant is perfect from late spring to early fall. We especially like them in August as we get ready for elk season.
Once this handcrafted pot call has been prepped and tuned, it will coax in the most call-shy turkeys in damn near any conditions.
Sometimes, damn near any loud noise will make a turkey shock-gobble. But nothing seems to get them stirred up faster than a loud crow call.
This box pairs a beautiful purpleheart lid with a solid walnut body designed for creating raspy old hen sounds that will pull a wily old tom right into your lap.
A killer 3-pack including Steve Rinella's signature Jake Brake, Janis Putelis' signature Latvian Eagle and The MeatEater Loud & Clear.
The mountain boot for your next light and fast adventure.
The Razor UHD 10x42s are Steve's go-to binoculars. The Ultra High Definition optical design features an improved optical prescription and unparalleled image resolution. Whether you need to pick apart a densely packed hillside or observe the finest details at insanely close distances, the Razor UHD can do it all.
The Ledlenser MH8 delivers up to 600 lumens of bright, white light as well as multi-color LEDs in red, green and blue to use in a variety of outdoor situations, especially hunting or fishing.
Ep. 269: The Mooch
Steven Rinella talks with Robert Abernethy, Rick Smith, Chris Gill, Seth Morris, and Chester Floyd. Topics discussed: How you need to watch Joe Cermele's B-Side Fishing; caught on trail cam: tractor driver hangs out of tractor to defecate; Steve's tooth improvement and a mountain goat hunting dentist; the impulse to make everything a competition; how Robert Abernethy has been shot twice; incident vs. accident; Chester's daily Bitcoin Liquid...