Highlander Hunting

Chronicles of Backcountry hunting. Offering tips, instruction, and stories about hunting big game on public land.

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Aug 27th, 2017 by highlanderhunting at 9:47 pm

The big game season is around the corner! In this episode Mike and John provide great advice and info on getting your rifle, your scope, and yourself ready for the season.  Other discussion was about dry-fire practice, rifle care, bi-pod use, accurizing your rifle with ammo selection, rifle safety, and preparing a youth or new hunter for their first season.  Lots of great info packed into a short podcast, so tune in!

For the more advanced listeners, stay tuned to our Facebook page for upcoming reloading videos.

For question, comment, suggestions or stories feel free to contact us at highlanderhuntingpodcast@gmail.com.

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Jul 7th, 2017 by highlanderhunting at 10:36 pm

Welcome back to HighlanderHunting Podcast, on this episode John and Mike continue the discussion from episode 4 What's in your daypack? The guys will go over tents, sleeping bags, sleep pads, water filtration, and food.  In addition, Mike and John throw in some other creature comforts that will help make your overnight back country experience a postive one.

We would like to take a moment to thank our listeners, without you guys we would just be annoying our wives and kids with all things hunting!

As always feel free to contact us at highlanderhuntingpodcast@gmail.com with question, comments or stories.

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Jun 29th, 2017 by highlanderhunting at 9:54 pm

Mark Stenroos, a software engineer and bow hunter, took his mapping app from idea to iTunes.  His made-in-Alberta solution has spread across Canada and into several American states, providing accurate land designation, regulations and waypoint mapping solutions... all for less than the cost of a 6 pack of beer! 

Mike and John continue with their rants about Garmin and InReach customer service, and Mark shares some stories about deer hunting in Nova Scotia, explaining why the deer out East have such great vision!  He also shares stories about going on a moose hunt in Finland, and the Finnish concept of hunting teams.

**Giveaway**  to celebrate our 10th episode, be sure to listen to the whole episode to get all the details!!

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Jun 21st, 2017 by highlanderhunting at 12:44 pm

It's another first here on HighlanderHunting Podcast, our first recorded Skype interview! Dylan Eyers from Eat Wild out of Vancouver, British Columbia joins Mike and John this week to talk about his innovative approach to introducing hunting and all things outdoors to the people of the urban jungle.

Learn more about changing the way you see food visit www.eatwild.ca

To see pictures of our adventures check us out on Facebook at Highlander Hunting and Instagram at highlanderhuntingpodcast 

Remember to review us on iTunes or wherever you listen to podcasts.  For questions, comments or stories please emai John and Mike at highlanderhuntingpodcast@gmail.com

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Part 2 of our sit down with Jason from Vortex - the rifle scope edition.

Jason, Mike and John cover the basics of rifle scope construction, materials, and glass used to produce hunting scopes.  They cover magnification and objective lenses, elevation, windage, and parallax adjustment.  Valuable info for the first time scope buyers while at the gun counter, as well as interesting info for seasoned veterans.

Find Jason on instagram - jasons_adventures or email him at jasonmichielsen@hotmail.com.

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Question, comments or stories feel free to email us at highlanderhuntingpodcast@gmail.com

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On this episode of HighlanderHunting Podcast, John and Mike sit down with Vortex Prostaffer Jason to talk binoculars and spotting scopes.  What to consider when buying, what are your options, and what questions to ask at the optics counter to make an informed and educated decision.  

Find Jason on instagram - jasons_adventures or email him at jasonmichielsen@hotmail.com

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May 30th, 2017 by highlanderhunting at 3:50 pm

Ready to get nerdy with Mike and John as they discuss building a hunting rifle and ammo selection.

Lots of topics covered during this episode.  Caliber selection, bullet weights, bullet designs, pros and cons of various calibers, stocks and what to look for, what to know when standing at the gun counter for the new hunter/shooter.

Prepare for information a plenty on Episode 6 of HighlanderHunting Podcast. Enjoy!

Any questions feel free to email us at highlanderhuntingpodcast@gmail.com.

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 This episode is sure to generate some strong opinions and hopefully a positive discussion.  John and Mike meet with Neil the Chair of the new Alberta Chapter of Back Country Hunters and Anglers (BHA).  Their discussion will cover several controversial topics such as their stance on ATV use, the Castle management plan and more. For any questions, comments or stories feel free to email us at highlanderhuntingpodcast@gmail.com.  Thanks for listening!

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May 16th, 2017 by highlanderhunting at 1:31 pm

Here we are on Episode 4! Let's find out what is in Mike and John's hunting day packs.  The guys will cover key items that will help make ones day hunt a sucessful one.  Backpacks, fanny packs, boots, binos, water filtration, first aid, food, water the list goes on.  What works, what doesn't work and why! You have questions feel free to email us at highlanderhuntingpodcast@gmail.com.

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May 9th, 2017 by highlanderhunting at 4:25 pm

On this episode of HighlanderHunting Podcast, four familes come together to share the harvest from the 2016 hunting season here in Alberta.  Interviews with the different hunters men and women recount their hunts that provided the feast for the evening.  Meal preperations and explanations of the excitng "outside the box" recipes.  We shared elk, whitetail deer, mule deer, and blackbear.  For new and not so new hunters, hope you are willing to try something different with your wild meat.

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