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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: February, 2018
Feb 27, 2018

Welcome to the show, everybody. On today's episode, we are releasing a podcast that South was a guest on for the "Living Country in the City" podcast. You can listen here, as well on their podcast as well. Hope you enjoy this episode!

Feb 21, 2018

On today's episode of the Western Bowhunter Podcast, South reads a chapter from a Patrick McManus book, titled "Shooting the Chick-A-Nout Narrows." This is the second episode of the Patrick McManus series.

Feb 18, 2018
Welcome to episode 69 of the Western Bowhunter Podcast. On today’s show, I sit down with Grady Rawls, a freelance photographer, videographer, and editor from north eastern Oregon, and we discuss in depth what you need to know to produce a high quality film. We talk different cameras, lenses, audio, editing software, and everything you can pretty much think of to make high quality hunting films. Grady has been producing films with his team and has put out hundreds of films,, which you can find at his vimeo account. Years ago, I attended a film school that Grady hosted, which was an awesome 4 day experience set in Sunriver, Oregon. The school was an intense crash course on all things DSLR and filmmaking, and I recommend it to anyone who is on the fence about starting their own web series or even just filming your own hunts for yourself. Thanks for the listen!
 
 
Show Notes:
  • Introductions (1:00)
  • Interview starts (10:45)
  • Who is Grady Rawls? (12:15)
  • Camcorder vs Mirrorless/DSLR (17:30)
  • Canon vs Sony (21:00)
  • Megapixel importance (26:30)
  • Investing in equipment to fit your needs (30:45)
  • Whats the best lens for what you’re doing (35:00)
  • Full frame vs crop sensor (38:00)
  • Benefits of the A6500 (42:30)
  • Metabones adaptors and foreign lenses (44:30)
  • Buying full frame lenses for your crop sensor body (49:00)
  • IBIS in both the camera and the lens (53:30)
  • Prime vs telephotos (56:30)
  • Gathering audio in multiple scenarios (1:02:30)
  • Investing in audio equipment (1:15:45)
  • The difference between using a Beachtek vs an H1 (1:22:15)
  • Running a cage on your camera (1:27:00)
  • Buying used equipment (1:30:00)
  • Attending Grady’s film school (1:36:00)
  • Films benefiting conservation (1:47:00)
  • Watching Grady’s content (1:50:00)
  • Becoming a do it all camera man (1:53:00)
  • Wages for film production (1:55:30)
Feb 9, 2018

Hey everybody, welcome to the show. If you listened to last weeks episode, you’ll remember that I mentioned that I was wanting to do episodes of reading from Patrick McManus books. Patrick McManus is an outdoor author who I happen to find hilarious. If you enjoy listening to audio books, I hope that these podcast episodes will do well for you. I hope that you guys enjoy this chapter from one of his books. I will be doing one chapter per episode, so they’ll be fairly short, quick episodes. Let me know what you guys think of this, and I hope you enjoy!

Feb 3, 2018
On today’s episode, South runs solo, and explains why there has been a lack of production recently. Some news from the podcast is shared, regarding hosts, and new apparel. South dives into some of the products that he is looking forward to trying out in the upcoming season, that are being displayed at the Outdoor Retailer Expo. Thanks for listening!
 
Show Notes:
  • Interview starts (1:00)
  • Podcast news (2:30)
  • Patrick McManus readings (7:30)
  • Upcoming Outdoor Retailer Shows (10:45)
  • New gear to look out for (19:30)
  • New food products (27:00)
  • Hygiene products (34:00)
  • In conclusion (37:30)
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