Extra Tips For The Still Hunter With Janis Putelis
This week on the show, Remi dives into what you need to do take care of your meat when traveling long distances. Whether it’s a road trip, a plane ride, or a big-time pack out, these are the tips that will keep your venison fresh until it hits your freezer. Connect with Remi and MeatEater Remi on Instagram and Twitter MeatEater on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube Shop MeatEater Merch
On this week’s show, Ben and Phil talk about their Cameo for Turks campaign to raise money for the NWTF, examine the anti-hunter populist high ground, and talk about making big bets on the Super Bowl. Next, Janis Putelis joins the guys for another Ask the Eagle segment. Enjoy. Connect with Ben and MeatEater Ben on Instagram MeatEater on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube Shop The Hunting Collective Merch
The first Spey line I ever purchased came packaged in a box as thick as an encyclopaedia. At the time, I had just become the proud owner of the easiest Spey line on the market to cast: the Windcutter. The kit included the fifty-five foot long mid-belly line (already fused to an integrated running line) and a series of fifteen foot sink tips in a compact wallet with a cardboard cut-out to explain the different sink rates. As a new caster, my...