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The state of Wisconsin has a rich and storied outdoor heritage and provides a plethora of opportunities for those who love to hunt, fish, and recreate outdoors. The Wisconsin Sportsman podcast exists to celebrate and spread a passion for natural resources and outdoor recreation in the state of Wisconsin. On this podcast we will discuss all things outdoors in the Badger State, from hunting, fishing, and conservation, to camping, hiking, and involving the entire family in the outdoors. We’ll h ...
 
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Fort Vancouver Podcast

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Fort Vancouver Podcast

Fort Vancouver National Historic Site

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This new audio podcast will take you behind the scenes at Fort Vancouver. Conversations with staff members, visitors, park partners and many of the site's 400 volunteers will take you on an intimate journey and help show why this urban national park - with its historic buildings, expansive recreational opportunities, reconstructed fort, dozens of interpretive programs and special events, and a collection of over 2 million artifacts - is relevant today.
 
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The rut is approaching! Is your head in the game? As the season drags on, hunting can be a grind. Decision fatigue, adversity, and boredom can cause you to lose your edge. This week, Josh catches up with Mark Kenyon of the Wired to Hunt podcast to talk about the mental side of bowhunting. The guys discuss common pitfalls and strategies for keeping …
 
In this episode, Josh is joined by Wisconsin Waterfowl Association members Bruce Russ (Executive Director), Peter Ziegler (Project Director), Todd Schaller (Volunteer Director), and George Ermert (Volunteer Director). If you haven’t heard of the Wisconsin Waterfowl Association, they’re doing a ton of great work benefiting waterfowl and wetland habi…
 
Deer season is finally here! This week we hear from the Wisconsin Deer Program Specialist, Jeff Pritzl. Jeff has been with the Wisconsin DNR for three decades, and that shows in this episode! What do we do with CWD? How are wolves impacting hunting in the Northwoods? How can hunters be more involved and more informed when it comes to deer managemen…
 
We’ve all been there. You’re pumped up for the season opener, only to have a hard reality check when things just don’t work out. Early season can be one of the most challenging yet rewarding times for chasing mature bucks. Determined to make this early season count, Josh catches up with Anthony Heller of the DeerVane podcast to discuss setting an e…
 
In this episode, Josh is joined by the crew from Half Rack, a 2% Certified hunting accessory brand for Community Conservation Day in Waterford, WI. The day was a huge success, and the guys from Half Rack raised over $5k for conservation efforts in southeastern Wisconsin. The guys chat about their passion for conservation, stealing pins from Josh Du…
 
The 2021 Wisconsin whitetail bow opener is just a little over one month away! It’s time to make your final preparations and plan your strategy for the year. In this episode, Josh talks about what he’s doing to prepare for the season and outlines how his strategy will change throughout the season. Topics range from honey-do lists to mobile hunting t…
 
In this episode, Josh talks with Jamie Cline from Overwatch Outdoors. Jamie is an innovator, longtime saddle hunter, and inventor of the Transformer Saddle. Josh and Jamie discuss the history of saddle hunting, how the industry has changed and evolved, and why YOU should consider adding a saddle to your hunting arsenal. You can check out the Transf…
 
It’s what you’ve been waiting for: Wisconsin Big Woods bowhunting! In this episode, Josh talks with outdoor writer Tony Peterson about hunting public land bucks in the big woods of northern Wisconsin. Tony is an avid whitetail deer hunter who travels the country every fall in pursuit of whitetails. He gets to hunt big deer in some of the coolest pl…
 
On this episode of the Wisconsin Sportsman Podcast, we’re joined by Midwest Whitetail Great Lakes Region pro staff member Josh Mersberger. Josh is the owner of Mersberger’s Rut, Strut, and Stream Taxidermy. We discuss Josh’s conservative tactics for small properties, what NOT to do with your deer if you want to get it mounted, and getting started f…
 
In this episode we chat with Dan Donovan, one half of the husband and wife team that founded the Musky Fool Fly Fishing Co., the world’s first fly shop dedicated to musky. We cover how to get started musky fishing, the gear you need to chase musky on the fly, and musky conservation efforts. Check out more from the Musky Fool Fly Fishing Co. at musk…
 
Today we chat with outdoor writer Pat Durkin. Pat’s lengthy and diverse career as an outdoor writer has resulted in his work being featured in many Wisconsin newspapers, outdoor magazines, and online outlets such as themeateater.com. If you read about the outdoors in the state of Wisconsin, you’ve probably read something from Pat. In this episode, …
 
In this episode, we catch up with Shane Simpson of Calling All Turkeys. Shane lives in Minnesota and travels around the country each spring recording his hunting endeavors. In this episode we talk about why Wisconsin is Shane’s favorite state for turkey hunting, getting started turkey hunting, choosing and using the right turkey call for you, aggre…
 
In this episode, we hear from Bret Owsley with the Wisconsin DNR. Bret is the southern district wildlife supervisor for the DNR’s wildlife management program and an avid outdoorsman. In this podcast we cover what opportunities each season holds for the Wisconsin sportsman, the vast amounts and types of public lands that are available, and some of t…
 
The state of Wisconsin has a rich and storied outdoor heritage and provides a plethora of opportunities for those who love to hunt, fish, and recreate outdoors. The Wisconsin Sportsman podcast exists to celebrate and spread a passion for natural resources and outdoor recreation in the state of Wisconsin. Toward that end, on this podcast we will dis…
 
Archaeologists Dr. Doug Wilson and Dr. Robert Cromwell continue their discussion of the park's archaeology program. They recap fifty years of archaeology at the site and also share their "dream digs" in the park. Part 2 of 2.Fort Vancouver National Historic Site
 
Curious about the two million artifacts that have been recovered at the site during archaeological digs? How about old images, textiles, and other objects? Join park employees Tessa Langford and Heidi Pierson behind the scenes with the park's extensive museum collection.Fort Vancouver National Historic Site
 
In May 2009, a special celebration commemorated the 100th anniversary of the preservation and relocation of the McLoughlin House. Join the park's volunteers, partners, staff, and public officials as they share their reflections on the day and its significance.Fort Vancouver National Historic Site
 
Ever wonder what's behind the big "boom" of the cannon or the "crack" of the musket at one of the park's black powder programs? Join park rangers Bill DeBerry and Doug Halsey as they take you behind the scenes and demystify the park's historic weapons program.Fort Vancouver National Historic Site
 
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