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The Western Bowhunter Podcast

The Western Bowhunter Podcast is here to bring you people and stories of Western Bowhunting. Hosted by South Cox of Stalker Stickbows and Kody Kellom of Born And Raised Outdoors, where they live life to the fullest! Whether it is topics of preparing for the backcountry, calling elk or spot and stalk hunting, we will bring you interesting guests and incredible insight. If you bowhunt the West for Elk, Mule Deer, Blacktail Deer, or anything you can chase with a tag, you better sit tight and enjoy the ride. If you have any questions or requests, we'd love to hear from you. E-mail us at: info@westernbowhunterpodcast.com Thanks for listening! // South Cox & Kody Kellom
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Now displaying: November, 2017
Nov 1, 2017
Welcome to the show. On today’s episode, South sits down with Trevon Stoltzfus of Outback Outdoors, and dive into many of the behind the scenes secrets of making outdoor television and web series productions. They discuss the pros and cons of going with television instead of web series, camera equipment, and the problems that most productions are running into, which is being disconnected with the reality of hunting, that it is not all about the success, but more the stories that come with every trip. We hope you all enjoy this episode, thank you for listening!
 
Show Notes:
  • Interview starts (1:15)
  • Hunting Nebraska (9:15)
  • Starting Outback Outdoors (17:15)
  • Telling a story (27:15)
  • Outdoor TV shows (31:30)
  • Too close for comfort (39:15)
  • Having a good cameraman (45:00)
  • There is always a chance (52:00)
  • TV vs. Web (55:15)
  • The storyline is always the most important part (1:08:15)
  • Keeping the story real (1:27:15)
  • Not getting caught up in unsuccessful hunts (1:37:15)
  • Camera equipment (1:39:15)
  • Trying the stick bow (1:54:45)
 
 
 
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