After a lesson in field butchering, Rorke and Steve head back to camp to do a little fishing and foraging to round out their bear feast. Air Date : 28th-Apr-2013 The second installment of a two-part episode covering the first hunt taken by comedians Joe Rogan and Bryan Callen. . The men will travel light and hunt for food as they go, basing out of an alpin. Steve has set specific means of take, guided by personal ethics, for his grizzly bear hunt. Steve's annual quest for a giant mule deer buck continues this year in southwest Colorado.
Steven Rinella and his friend and wild turkey specialist, Robert Abernathy, head to southern Florida to hunt Osceola gobblers. Kevin Murphy and his band of Kentucky small game hunters introduce Steve to the finest Kentucky has to offer. Air Date : 3rd-Nov-2013 In this episode, Steven Rinella joins forces with fellow hunter and cook Hank Shaw in the hills of Central California to go after Columbia Blacktail Deer, Wild Pigs, and a handful of small game species that are in season. Cold, wet weather and tough hunting for wily Sitka deer make this a southeast Alaskan adventure these hunters will never forget. In this non-fiction series, sportsman Steven Rinella takes his guns to far-flung locations and stalks his prey. Not only will this be one heck of a hunting adventure, it will be a mind-opening, life-changing event. Steve gives Joe and Bryan the A to Z on hunting, butchering,.
In part one, frustration and opportunities abound and Ryan turns a failed black bear stalk turns into a successful buck hunt. The bears are out but Rorke and Steve will have to work hard to put a tag on one. To prep for opening day, Steve and Ron spend a day brushing up on their shotgun technique on. In part two both Helen and Brittany get their chance at Duren farm bucks. In this two-part episode, television personality Joe Rogan and his best friend, comedian Bryan Callen, join Steven Rinella on a float trip for mule deer through the rugged Missouri Breaks, hunting and camping along the way. Meanwhile, his hunting partner, Remi Warren, attempts the difficult task of stalking one with a bow. Their tools for the job include two little pig dogs, a knife, and some real grit.
Steve gives Joe and Bryan the A to Z on hunting, butchering, and cooking the wild turkey. Steven Rinella drew a tag to hunt the elusive Coues Deer in the desert mountains of southern Arizona, where his spot and stalk skills will be pushed to the limit hunting these tiny, ghostlike deer for the first time. To prep for opening day, Steve and Ron spend a day brushing up on their shotgun technique on a sporting clays course followed by a pigeon hunt. On this trip, Steve travels to the Sacramento Valley in central California in search of a new challenge and seriously good food. Whether glassing for Montana Mule deer, or rooting out Javelina in Texas, Rinella defers to his backcountry roots, challenging himself at every corner while providing a memorable adventure along the way.
The hunt is dampened by frustrating weather but Steve finds a way to fix a tasty meal. Air Date : 27th-Oct-2013 Steven Rinella returns to his favorite hunting grounds of Sonora, Mexico to hunt for Coues deer during the peak rutting season. Steven Rinella is on New Zealand's South Island for a do-it-yourself, free-range hunt for the majestic red stag. To help Steve in his journey, Ryan Callaghan has offered up one of his best spots as well as his keen spotting skills. Steven Rinella and friend Cody Lujan head to Northeastern New Mexico to hunt pronghorn antelope, the fastest big game animal in the United States.
Steven Rinella heads into the mountains of the Sonora Desert on a true, wild, free-ranging bison hunt. Steve loves to fish as much as he loves to hunt. If he's successful in finding a wild boar, Steve will prepare a backcountry gourmet feast of pork loin roasted with apples and rosemary cooked in tin foil over a fire. Note: This is a 3-part series but comes as one complete episode. Interspersed with highlights from his recent caribou, buffalo, and mule deer hunts, the show features recipes that utilize some of the most underappreciated parts of big game animals. It's an experience neither hunter will soon forget.
Steve's lifelong friend, Ronnie Boehme has invited Steve out to his digs in Virginia for the dove opener. Hobo dinners over the campfire make it deer camp. To combat the freezing temperatures, Rinella plans to make a hunter's stew to celebrate a successful hunt. This demanding hunt requires lots of glassing and even more hiking. The bears here are on a quest to fatten up on high elevation blueberries before they hibernate for the winter. As fishing and campfire cooking offer time for reflection, Steve takes the time to recall a few memorable MeatEater meals. When success is had, Steve learns an eye-popping technique for field-prepping whole hogs.
Steve caps off the introductory lesson by preparing his favorite turkey recipe: Schnitzel. But if Steve connects on a Sitka blacktail, he'll celebrate with a camp meal of rock-pounded tenderloin. Cathead biscuits, sawmill gravy, and fried small game round out the Kentucky adventure. The Pronghorn Antelope is designed to escape and Steve will need his A-game to get within range of a healthy buck. Big-antlered Yukon moose are few and far between but hard work pays off for hunters who stick with it until the bitter end. Learning from two expert lion hunters, he immerses himself in a style of hunt that is utterly new to him. To cap off the hunt, Steve cooks a batch of venison ribs braised in a Dutch oven buried beneath the coals.
Steve and bird hunting aficionado Ronny Boehme join up with wildlife biologist Ed Arnett in Lubbock, Texas to hunt Sandhill cranes. With a big spread of decoys and a loyal retriever, they try to get their limit and fill their bellies with a constan. Television personality Joe Rogan and his best friend, comedian Bryan Callen, join Steven Rinella on a float trip for mule deer through the rugged Missouri Breaks, hunting and camping along the way. Steve starts with a whole deer, minus the hide and guts, then takes you through the process of transforming it into steaks, roasts, shanks and, of course, all the oddities that are often discarded. Air Date : 8th-Jul-2012 Hunting a powerful living relic from a bygone era, Steven Rinella heads into the mountains of the Sonora Desert on a true, wild, free-ranging buffalo hunt. After their successful hunt Steve will use special, locally-sourced charcoal to grill up a big, brined, delicious bird.