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John Schneider's Wild Life

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A self-reliant lifestyle on a live-aboard sailboat, wild food ingredients, and how to collect them...with a special focus on folks who are just beginning their wild food journey. Here on the podcast and YouTube channel, we explore the world of wild food adventures, bushcraft, and backcountry camping. Welcome to John Schneider's Wild Life. Join John and his expert guests, as they embark on interesting journeys through North America's hunting heritage, the art of fly-fishing and traditional bo ...
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Alex Nadeau and I are in the tent alongside a creek in the Yukon high country. We tell the amazing story of our first-night connection with a huge bull Moose and then we get into a discussion on staying positive while in the field on long hunts. You can watch videos from this trip on our new YouTube channel, John Schneider's Wild Life. Alex and I s…
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Sitting in a tent alongside a small river in the Yukon Territories of northern Canada on a rainy afternoon, Alex tells us the story of his recent successful sheep hunt. Maybe you will never get a chance to hunt thinhorn sheep in your life, but it is pretty cool to hear the story from someone who does just that on a regular basis. The Yukon is a spe…
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This is a good episode! I recently had the chance to chat with Pope & Young Club's past President, Jim Willems. Jim is an outstanding traditional bowhunter whose passion for bowhunting takes him far and wide. He's taken numerous world-class animals with his recurve and speaks eloquently about taking back the word "trophy hunter". That discussion al…
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First off, May, Kevin, and I are at a favourite stream for a few days of fly fishing and wild food fun. The weather has been tumultuous, and the stream is running wildly and is the colour of skim chocolate milk! The fishing is challenging and even getting up and down the mountain river to the next hole is not without its hardships. The raging curre…
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Clay Newcomb was super helpful to me when I wanted to publish a story in Bear Hunter Magazine about my big bear in '21. At the time, he was the owner of the magazine and I didn't know it then, but he was mostly complete with his discussions with Steve Rinella and the Meat Eater company. It wouldn't be long after that that the magazine was sold, and…
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Here is a delightful episode from a day spent fishing in the East Kootenays of British Columbia with Paige Johnstone and Lisa Tink. This starts as a lovely day on a small stream. It was so nice to be back in BC and spend time with friends. I had planned this episode immediately after I met Paige last summer while fishing with Curtis Hall. The littl…
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This episode is a good one. Johnathan and his family have a wonderful story of how they have grown 3Rivers Archery into the company that it is today. We chat about that origin story and all of the ways that this family-owned business can help you get started with your own traditional archery journey. There are some incredibly innovative aspects of …
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Humanity and its preoccupation with fear, carrying bear spray, and why we hunt big animals. A little bit of everything in this episode including exclusive information on some plans that Shawn James has for his show, My Self Reliance. Something new! We've launched a YouTube channel... "John Schneider's Wild Life". Follow along as John transitions to…
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Part one of my recent conversation with Shawn James. For those that don't know, Shawn is the creator of the My Self Reliance channel on YouTube. He has over two million followers, while our channel is pretty close to that...at almost 200. In this episode, Shawn and I chat about the current state of hunting, and social media, and perhaps dish out a …
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Tim Lewis has written six books and published many articles, mostly to do with traditional bowhunting. This week on the Traditional Bowhunter's Journey Dr. Lewis joins us to discuss the topic of following up after the shot on big game. Getting to the point of getting a shot at a deer or other large animal is difficult. Now we have to do the right t…
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I wanted to hear the stories of Mark's successful turkey hunts after I left turkey camp this spring. But, the conversation started off with an essential discussion on some respective mental health challenges we've both recently faced. Not easy conversations to have, but they are terribly important to share. Just talking about these things can help.…
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This week has been a little weird. I've been recording a ton of Traditional Bowhunter's Journey episode content along with all of the other day-to-day tasks that I have. That, along with a mix-up for an outing to fly fish for Pike means that I had no Food Afield Podcast episode lined up for this week. Yesterday I got out of the office and took the …
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David Tetzlaff is back on the show. David is the Co-editor of the Traditional Bowhunter Magazine. This makes him one of the key people in our lifestyle of traditional archery and bowhunting. He is in nearly constant communication with all of the expert authors and industry leaders involved in our passion for hunting with traditional and primitive a…
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Josh Kirchner is passionate about bowhunting, especially backpack bowhunting. He has spent years devoted to learning and experiencing all that he can in this regard, and he has written a book called, "Becoming A Backpack Bowhunter". Josh is highly respected for his expertise in the world of backcountry bowhunting. He has written many articles on th…
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Jeff and I go way back. We were in our 20's when we started hanging out, guiding, and outfitting big game hunts. Today, Jeff owns Primitive Outfitters and we are both considered "old-timers" in traditional bowhunting. It was great to visit with Jeff, to reminisce about some of the good old days of our lives, to tell a few stories, and to discuss so…
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Fly Fishing for Arctic Grayling in the Yukon! Welcome to the Food Afield Podcast, and the conclusion of our fishing expedition north of the 60th parallel with Alex Nadeau and Erin Flaherty. Anticipation filled the air as we bumped down the dusty two-track road, leading us closer to the valley's heart. With the river's water levels just right, Alex,…
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We'll take a break between the Yukon Grayling episodes this week. I've been trying to get James Alofs on the show for over a year. We've been friends for several years and chat on a regular basis. He is hilarious and we always get each other going when we speak. This episode is a fairly radical departure from the serious tone that I usually follow,…
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Check out the Food Afield Podcast on Instagram! Follow along for all of our wild food adventures. Beka Garris is a busy person. Her two young children, outdoor activities, and writing career mean her time is precious. I was grateful then that she set aside a little of her time to chat with us about her tradbow journey here on the podcast. Beka face…
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Come and listen to the Food Afield Podcast episode about fly fishing the wonderful Arctic Grayling in Canada's far north with Alex and Erin. The days were already getting noticeably longer that far north, but it still took us a few days to find spring, let alone the fish. Here is the first part of our trip, an introduction to the Yukon and some of …
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Monty Browning is an author and traditional bowhunting legend. He is one of the old guard within our traditional bowhunting heritage. His inexhaustible ability to tell fascinating hunting stories is just plain fun. This conversation could've gone on for hours. If you're lucky enough to have met Monty in person, you know exactly what I'm talking abo…
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Around the 14-minute mark of this recording, an exciting moment occurred. Initially, this was just a segment from one of the turkey hunting episodes, recorded during an evening with Mark Hall in the wall tent. If you're ever unsure how to explain your passion for hunting to those who don't understand it, this could be the ideal resource for you. Th…
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Part two of our great Merriam's Turkey hunt in the East Kootenays of British Columbia with Mark Hall. We could see them in the darkness in their roost trees on multiple days...but could we get close enough to get set up for a shot? Is there a proper way to hunt these birds? We chat about some hunting ethics when it comes to turkey hunting and we al…
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How To Be A Better Bowhunter Ethan Rodrigue is part of the Stickboys Podcast crew and was kind enough to join us on the latest episode of the Traditional Bowhunter's Journey, brought to you by the Traditional Bowhunter Magazine. Ethan is all about the trad bow and bowhunting. He is extremely knowledgeable about the issues surrounding the current st…
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The first Food Afield Podcast expedition episode of '23! I've just gotten back from a week of turkey hunting with Mark Hall. Mark is the creator of the Hunter Conservationist Podcast and has been hunting the birds around his home for 20 years or more. I had never been hunting turkeys before so this was a learning experience to be sure. The country …
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Inspired by an Instagram message from Jillian, I got on the phone with Kevin and we recorded some thoughts on our decade-long tradition of spotting and stalking bears. We go over the how-to's and when-to's of bear hunting as we have grown to know them over the years. What to look for as far as sign and feed are concerned. This will cover bear hunti…
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