In this episode, I spend a few minutes talking with Jim Shockey about his father Hal, his father-in-law Len and the values that were passed down related to family and hunting and what Jim, wants his grandkids to know.
If you are not familiar with Hal and Len, here is a video from YouTube that will leave you laughing. To learn more about Jim Shockey, please go to http://www.jimshockey.comwhere you can learn about Jim’s museum, watch some videos, access all of Jim’s social media, and book a hunt.
Jay has an amazing background, he grew up in Laredo, Texas and upon leaving high school he not only attended college here in the states, but in the off time he learned the skills of a Professional Hunter in Botswana.
You can contact Jay using the link above or email him at email@example.com and Jay will be happy to discuss your land needs/wants, or hunting. He is well versed in each and a fantastic person to help you with many items related to ranch ownership/management.
In this episode I get to chat with Tollie Jordaan of Tollie’s African Safaris(https://www.huntinginafrica.website). Tollie started this hunting lodge in the early 1980’s on family property and has grown the operation to where he hunts about 200,000 acreas for about 30 species. He also has concessions in Zimbabwe to take Leopard and Elephant.
Tollie and his family and staff will take care of all levels of hunters to Africa. Whether this is your 1st trip or 30th trip, between the hunting and sightseeing, Tollie’s African Safaris will make sure you have an amazing trip. Please contact Tollie and his staff via their amazing website to plan your trip to Africa.
In this episode of Outdoor Adventures with Jayson, I catch up with Pete Muller, Public Relations Specialist and Online Media Manager for the National Wild Turkey Federation (www.nwtf.org). In this episode we discuss the 2018 NWTF Convention that is taking place in Nashville, Tennessee from February 14 – 18, 2018.
We also discuss Pete’s 2017 Alligator hunt in South Carolina with a bow. It is a hunt he had put in for over a four year period and one that he documented on his personal Instagram page. If you would like to connect with Pete or the social media channels for the National Wild Turkey Federation at the below addresses:
In this episode I get to interview Land Tawney, CEO and President of Backcountry Hunters & Anglers (http://www.backcountryhunters.org). We discuss BHA and the many benefits that the organization provides and how BHA and the local chapters serve as watchdogs and a grassroots organization to protect our public lands across the United States and Canada. To learn more about BHA, check out their website, and go to the Media tab to see lots of different items that BHA puts out for information including their blog and podcast. You can also access their YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/user/BackcountryHunters1) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/backcountryhunters/).
In this episode we discuss several books that you can purchase from the below links. As an Amazon affiliate a small commission is earned to offset the cost of the show:
In this episode I get to talk with Cameron Kuenzer. Cameron is a great example of the people of great character that you will find in the hunting industry. Cameron works for Safari Classic Productions (http://www.safariclassics.net/index.html) in Dallas, Texas. He is both a videographer and editor, working on shows like Dallas Safari Clubs Tracks Across Africa, and Hornady’s Dark and Dangerous.
In this we discuss Cameron’s relationship with Dallas Safari Club(https://www.biggame.org), his love of hunting, and huge desire to help promote hunting to younger kids. We talk about FTW Ranch and the S.A.A.M Shooting School(http://ftwsaam.com).
In the episode I get a chance to talk with Russell Graves (www.russellgraves.com), a prolific photographer and videographer from north Texas. Russell has traveled the state photographing the people and places of Texas, reflecting Texas in all its glory.
You can contact Russell through his websites or by connecting with Russell on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/russellagraves) . Russell loves to talk photography with new or established photographers, and he encourages people to contact him to discuss any of his projects or if he can help you start or finish a project you are working on.
In this episode of Outdoor Adventures with Jayson I get to spend some time talking with Mike Fell of Mike Fell Safaris. He was born in South Africa and has hunted across Africa. From dangerous game to plains game safaris, Mike can set you up in Africa to have an amazing time. You can view some of Mike’s information on his Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/mikefellsafaris/) and on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/mikefellsafaris/).
You will also see that Mike has an amazing portfolio of photos of animals in Africa. Mike believes that best approach to discussing sustainable hunting in Africa is by educating the people he meets about the benefits of hunting in Africa.
If you want to contact Mike, you can message him through Facebook or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 248-219-3983. If you are in the market to book a safari, I encourage you to contact Mike for your trip.
Also, please consider joining groups like the National Wild Turkey Federation (www.nwtf.org) and Backcountry Hunters & Anglers (http://www.backcountryhunters.org). You can also help me by supporting the podcast through my Patreon account https://www.patreon.com/bePatron?u=4439533