Heading down the mountain from a solo hunting trip in the alpine, I talk things I’ve learned about gear, hunting in heat, food and more insight from one of my favorite books. https://soundcloud.com/user-139657843/episode-54-gear-tactics-food-books-what-ive-learned
Jeff Lund SITNEWS Ketchikan, Alaska – There’s a single hammer pounding on a roof around the cove. Every couple of hours a plane banks and lines up for final approach into the Klawock airport. The lone hemlock that stands in front of the yard sways with dignity unlike the alders and their dry leaves that…
Jeff Lund JUNEAU EMPIRE As I was leaning against a tree wondering how squirrel tastes since no deer were stepping in front of me, I wondered if I really loved hunting and fishing, or simply trained myself to tolerate it until something exciting happened. Four of us had hiked a mountain the previous morning to…
Three buddies from California and I recap their hunting trip to the Ketchikan area for Unit 1 Sitka Blacktail. Cody and I took bucks within two minutes of each other in the same bowl on a mountain…and how did Jake get 56 bug bites on one wrist?
I talk kayaking Glacier Bay, hiking the iconic Chilkoot Trail and Prince of Wales Island with four first-time visitors to Alaska (Abby Hoffman, Ian Hall, Jordan Kiler and Tanner Harms) and Klawock resident Tonya Busse. We cover trip planning, necessary gear and the importance of good people.
By Jeff Lund/ For Caffeine and Kilos When I was a kid I would compare scars with my buddies. “Got this one when…” It was a posturing thing, a way of showing others that you were mixing it up with life. It’s part of being a kid – well, it used to be – but…
On a drive back from Whale Pass, Klawock resident Don Busse and I talk all things hunting and fishing. https://m.soundcloud.com/user-139657843/episode-51-local-legend-don-busse
Four buddies from California and I talk about the importance of experiences like camping in Alaska to reboot and help them become better fathers, husbands and men. All of this while waiting for our dinner to cook after a long day of fishing on Prince of Wales Island.
Fogged in during a mountain scout, Jesse Knock and I talk about bowhunting in the alpine, how to more effectively use Google Earth and expressing something like the heavy hunting experience through videography, photography, writing or even social media.
High school and middle school Native Art teacher Ronnie Fairbanks talks teaching Native Art, the value it brings to a community and individual creativity within a traditional art form. Also, how do you bend wood to make a box? Ronnie knows. https://soundcloud.com/user-139657843/episode-48-native-art-with-ronnie-fairbanks