Episode 29- Pheasant Hunting with Stephen Grauberger

November 7th, 2018

Pheasant season is almost here- we met up with Stephen at the wonderful Odell Brewery in Fort Collins to talk about his approach to hunting these birds. Stephen is the creator of the Colorado Pheasant Hunters group and has been walking crop fields for over a decade, so he knows the name of the game when it comes to chasing roosters. He shares some secrets on how to work a field, hunting with a dog, hunting without a dog, navigating the Walk-in Access Maps and much more. As always if you like this episode, don't forget to rate, comment, and subscribe! Also if you haven't already, go like @fieldtotableoutdoors on Instagram and Field to Table Outdoors on Facebook!

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Episode 28- The Ways of a Waterfowl Hunter with Dan Vigil

October 22nd, 2018

On this week's episode we sit down with local waterfowler Dan Vigil. If you follow Field to Table at all you know we are crazy about duck hunting. Dan gives us some insight on how to be more successful on our next hunt, including tips about calling, decoy spreads, concealment, and much more. We also talk about some of our favorite ways to cook ducks and geese, some of the differences in flavors between species, and Dan's special way of making jerky. Thanks a bunch to Dan for coming up to talk to us, and to the folks at Odell Brewing Company for hosting us while we record! Be sure to follow @fieldtotableoutdoors on Instagram and Field To Table Outdoors on Facebook for more content! Don't forget to subscribe to this channel if you like the podcast!

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Episode 27- Bighorn Sheep with Josh Babb

October 14th, 2018

In this week's episode we sit down with a familiar guest to talk about his recent sheep hunt. Josh has been on previously to talk about gear and food. This week we get a chance to see what he's like as a hunter. He takes us through his Rocky Mountain Bighorn hunt day by day- starting from drawing the tag and ending with grilling the steaks. We talk about some of the advantages and reasons to hire a guide for this caliber of a hunt, some ways he prepared, and lots of little tidbits of info that you can't find anywhere else! If you like this podcast, don't forget to comment and subscribe on your favorite host! Also, if you haven't already, go like @fieldtotableoutdoors on Instagram and Field to Table Outdoors on Facebook!

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Episode 26- Making the Most of Your Harvest

October 1st, 2018

In this episode, Cameron and I sit down to talk about a lot of the new foods we've been lucky enough to be eating. We give you tips and tricks make the most of your harvest- from eating the organs of a grouse to quartering an elk in the field- this episode is all about what to do after you have an animal on the ground. Inevitably, the discussion also has some talk about mushrooms and other foods we've been exposed to this year. If you enjoy this episode don't forget to rate it, comment on it, and subscribe to our channel on your favorite host! Also remember to like @fieldtotableoutdoors on Instagram and Field To Table Outdoors on Facebook!

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Episode 25- Gettin’ Grouse with Levi Holland

September 13th, 2018

It's better late than never for this week's episode! We sit down with our good friend Levi Holland to talk about mountain chickens. Grouse are one of our absolute favorite things in the woods. We love to hunt them, we love to look at them, and we definitely love to eat them. We give you a few tips to make your next grouse hunt more successful and a few ideas to inspire you to use them in the kitchen. If you like this podcast don't forget to rate, comment, and subscribe! As always, remember to like @fieldtotableoutdoors on Instagram and Field to Table Outdoors on Facebook!

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Episode 24- Identifying New Mushrooms with Orion Aon

August 19th, 2018

For this week's podcast, we bring Orion Aon back on to talk about identifying new mushrooms. Orion is the creator of Forage Colorado and has helped tons of people identify unknown mushrooms through social media. We pick his brain about how he is able to narrow down an unknown mushroom to a specific genus or species. We talk about how to use a field guide, what kind of features to look for on different mushrooms, some of the subtle differences you may come across, and tons of online resources that you can use to your advantage. If you like the podcast, be sure to like Field to Table Outdoors on Facebook and @fieldtotableoutdoors on Instagram. Also, check out Orion's Forage Colorado page on Facebook and @foragecolorado on Instagram for any mushroom specific questions!

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Episode 23- Fishing & Comedy with Eeland Stribling

August 12th, 2018

This week we sit down and chat with local comedian Eeland Stribling. Eeland is an avid fly fisherman and a huge supporter of public lands. We talked about how he got involved with BHA, fly fishing in New Zealand, carp fishing on a fly, and obviously trout fishing in rivers. Eeland was a fantastic guest and this is one of the most fun interviews we've done to-date, so sit back and enjoy! If you like this podcast, don't forget to subscribe to our feed as well as liking Field to Table Outdoors on Facebook and @fieldtotableoutdoors on Instagram!

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Episode 22- Putting it All Together with Ian Bon

August 5th, 2018

We sit down with Ian Bon in this week's episode. Ian is a good friend of ours and the newest member of the Field To Table team. As an avid fisherman and hunter, Ian spends a lot of time outside. The discussion includes combining foraging into your outings, recruiting new hunters, updates on Field to Table, and some of the more interesting things we've been finding this year. If you like this podcast, please leave us a rating. Don't forget to like Field to Table Outdoors on Facebook and @fieldtotableoutdoors on instagram!

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Episode 21- The Science of Scouting with Nate Zelinsky

July 22nd, 2018

This week Spencer sits down with the one and only Nate Zelinsky. Nate has been a big game guide since he was 17 and currently runs his own fishing outfit based in Colorado. This guy is a wealth of knowledge for all things outdoors. This episode we focus on how Nate scouts for his high country elk and mule deer hunts. We discuss when to start looking for animals, what types of things to be looking for, the proper way to use a game cam, and tons more. There are tons of great nuggets of information in this podcast to listen closely, you could learn something that helps you harvest your animal this year. As always, if you liked today's episode please rate, comment, and subscribe on your favorite podcast service and like @fieldtotableoutdoors on Instagram and Field to Table Outdoors on Facebook!

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Episode 20- Trail food with Josh Babb

July 15th, 2018

We brought Josh back on to talk to us about how he eats out in the field. The bulk of the conversation is about backpacking foods and some tips we have picked up in our years out in the field. We also touch on what we change when we're car camping. The discussion includes what types of food to bring, how to pack them, some of their pitfalls, adding wild edibles to dried meals, home dehydrating, and more. If you like the podcast, don't forget to like Field to Table Outdoors on facebook and @fieldtotableoutdoors on instagram!

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