October 19, 2021

Tony Trietch

Tony Trietch calls in today to have a conversation with Aron and Frank. Tony is one of the more successful men to hunt the American West, he has designed his life to hunt and be in the mountains more.

Since 2012 he has been roaming the west, state-to-state from September to November, hunting just about everything North America has to offer. Frank and Aron talk about his efforts in the woods, animals he's hunted and what gear is actually important in the backcountry. Hitting on what it takes to be a successful hunter in the west, it's not often what you take but rather how you perform in the field.

 

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October 15, 2021

Lucas with The Meat Cleaver

What do you do with your animal once you've got'em out of the field? Do-it-yourself kinda guy or gal, painstakingly cutting up your quarry? Is it a whole family affair where all the aunts and uncles show up with six-packs and sharp knives? Or do you take a trip down to the ole trusty processor and let him do his thing and get back nicely packaged and labeled meat? Lucas from the Meat Cleaver, in Denver, sits down with Frank and Aron today to go over all those topics and what makes a great meat processor better than the rest. The guys also share stories about what a bad experience at a meat processor looks like and horror stories of meat too far gone to be processed.

 

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Aron is joined by two of the top testers and tinkers in the archery game. Troy Fowler a.k.a the (self-proclaimed) Ranch Fairy and Cody Greenwood of the TradLab talk with Aron about the ins-and-outs of just about everything arrow tuning. If you are looking to have a question answered about what arrow you should be shooting with your setup, this is the podcast for you. Not a stone is left unturned in this excellent conversation about tuning your setup and what your should be looking to put together no matter what game you're looking to chase.

 

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October 1, 2021

2021 Alaska Caribou Hunt

Frank, David, and Aron are joined by Issac Aleman today and give a recount of an unexpected and unforgettable adventure in the tundra of the Alaska. Between bear sightings and encounters and the gastro-intestinal interruptions this trip had it all, including huge bull caribou. To hear the full story give this one a listen and look out for the first full-length Kifaru film of the year in Barren Ground.

Go check out the trailer for the new Kifaru film Barren Ground and keep an eye out for the premiere dropping soon!

 

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September 29, 2021

2021 Colorado Elk

After an epic Elk adventure in the backcountry of Colorado Aron, Frank, Mike Herne, and South Cox all come together to discuss what happened. Lots of great stories and lessons learned, plus the dos and don'ts of packing with llamas. Join the guys as they tell stories of stickbow hunting deep in the woods with a great bunch of guys getting it done!

With plenty more hunting still on the schedule for the 2021-2022 season, there will be more fun stories and days socked in the tent to come! Let us know how your hunting season is going!

 

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September 24, 2021

Clip Show

Sit back and enjoy some of our favorite past Kifarucast clips

 

Aron and Frank are in full swing with hunting season and will be back soon with some hunt recaps!

September 14, 2021

2021 Colorado Archery Mule Deer

Frank and Aron sit down today to go over their most recent Mule Deer hunt in the Colorado high country. They recount the trials and tribulations of "solo" backpack hunting in the mountains; rain, other hunters, steep cliffs and loud hikers just to name a few. Frank was ultimately successful in his quest to get a nice buck this year, while Aron tried holding out for a mature deer.

With plenty more hunting still on the schedule for the 2021-2022 season, there will be more fun stories and days socked in the tent to come! Let us know how your hunting season is going!

 

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September 9, 2021

Snyders Gear Update

A short but sweet one today, Aron goes over the new equipment that he is using and why he made the shift.

Lots of common questions are answered, keep an eye out for the recap of how all this performed while Frank and Aron chased high country Mule deer.

 

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September 7, 2021

Matt Yacca

On today's episode Matt Yacca joins Aron and guest, Cody Covey, to discuss his recent victory in the 137th USA Archery Target Open.

Really fun listen as the guys talk the win and the pressure that is on someone at his level. Topics include where you priorities lay; in hunting or target archery, Matts bow and arrow setup and his future plans for tournaments and hunting adventures.

 

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September 2, 2021

Julie Bergen (OCD Strings)

On today's episode Julie Bergen owner of OCD Strings joins Aron to dive deep into her bow strings. They get into the technical aspects of how her strings are made including, the materials, techniques and modifications. Julie is an accomplished archer and ex-flute maker, with a eye for detail and a passion for making some the best traditional archery strings money can buy.

Go check out her website, it's got some good information on there and you can reach out to her for 1-on-1 coaching on form. A much more technical and in-depth episode today, let us know what you think about it!

 

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