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The EatWild podcast provides mentorship to folks who want to learn how to hunt, fish, and gather wild food. We want to reduce barriers and create a welcoming, inclusive and supportive community for people to re-connect with nature and wild food. Join us as we share stories, adventures, guidance and knowledge about a way of life that’s rooted in eating wild. EatWild podcast is hosted by Dylan Eyers.
 
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In this episode, I am sitting with my good friend Jody Peck of Wild Northern Way, happy that the spring foraging season is finally here. We are talking about harvesting wild plants from urban settings and the forest in a sustainable and ethical way, the seemingly daunting duty to process them the importance of finding fun ways to prepare them. We t…
 
If you’re a Vancouver Canucks fan, hunting enthusiast, or a passionate fisherperson you’ll enjoy this episode. I’m joined by Brendan Morrison, 15-year veteran and star of the National Hockey League. Brendan is a local legend from his years centring the West Coast Express line flanked by Todd Bertuzzi and Markus Näslund that generated some of the mo…
 
The iHunter App is an essential tool for the new Hunter. Apps like the iHunter tool have changed how I approach hunting entirely. E-scouting, orienteering, checking regulations, and recording where and how I hunted an area have all been improved with the innovations of the app world. The Hunter App brings together multiple essential app tools to ma…
 
Are we losing our social license to hunt? Social license refers to the perceptions of the public that deem an activity as socially acceptable. The concept of an activity requiring a "social license" emerged in the 1990's as the natural resource industry realized they needed to build public and stakeholder support for resource extraction projects to…
 
Sandra Riches is the Executive Director of the BC AdventureSmart program and she joins me on the podcast to talk about how search and rescue works in BC, using the AdventureSmart App to leave a trip plan, and the essential gear to make hunting and foraging adventures safer. There's lots of good info in this podcast to stay safe on your next adventu…
 
We survived 3 days of the storm and then another 5 days of being stuck in the tent waiting for the skies to clear. So that's about 192 hours with 4 guys sharing 36 square feet of real estate. We pulled it off and we are all still friends. Catch up with our crew as we debrief the Pole Bender Adventure. We reflect back on the decisions and the gear t…
 
Cliffed out, rained out, blown out and snowed out: the pole bender adventure. In August 2019, I set out with my hunting crew on a caribou hunting adventure in the mountains of the Tahltan Traditional Territory in Northern British Columbia. Idyllic summer days strolling across the mountain tundra spotting caribou and goats, everything was going acco…
 
Cliffed out, rained out, blown out and snowed out: the pole bender adventure. In August 2019, I set out with my hunting crew on a caribou hunting adventure in the mountains of the Tahltan Traditional Territory in Northern British Columbia. Idyllic summer days strolling across the mountain tundra spotting caribou and goats, everything was going acco…
 
In this episode, I am catching up with my friend La’goot Spencer Greening. La’goot is a Tsimshian leader, storyteller and academic. In addition to being a passionate hunter and forager, La’goot generously shares his perspective around the importance of Indigenous knowledge and stewardship of the land. I wanted to ask La'goot about his perspective o…
 
Setting your sights on your first rifle - tips for buying the right firearm In this episode, I’m hanging out with Travis Bader from Silvercore. We’re breaking down the things to consider when buying your first firearm for big game. We get into some common misconceptions about firearms. We talk recoil and how to reduce the shock to the body. We disc…
 
What species should a new hunter target for success? In this episode, I am joined by Mark Hall of the Hunter Conservationist Podcast. We are talking about a graduated approach to hunting species that builds confidence and skills for success. What are the most accessible hunts which offer the experience that help you progress to more challenging hun…
 
In this episode, I’m catching up with Kelly Molnar from the Rookie Hunter Podcast. The Rookie Hunter Podcast has grown to be one of the most popular hunting podcasts, not just in BC, but across Canada and North America. Mike and Kelly have built a following of loyal listeners by openly sharing their rookie hunter experiences and being relatable to …
 
What does guided hunting look like when the border is closed to 98% of commercial hunting clients? I am catching up on the 2020 hunting season with Nolan Osborne. Nolan is a hunting guide and the managing editor of the Journal of Mountain Hunting. We’re talking about the impacts of COVID-19 on the guide outfitting community. As we get caught up on …
 
Are you going deer hunting? Yes? Then this is essential listening! We are hanging out in the wall tent talking mule deer hunting around the fire. I’m joined by my hunting mentor Geoffrey Horsfield, and my pals Jenny P and Scott Donker after a successful hunt in the grassland country in British Columbia. We are quizzing Geoff on his mule deer huntin…
 
I set out on an elk hunting trip with good pals Will, Ben, Tome and Tom. Our plan was to float down the river, camp on the riverbank, and hunt elk for the week. Elk hunting was pretty slow and I was getting discouraged when things took a big turn. I was set up calling for Elk, I heard a crunch, and an unexpected critter showed up. In some parts of …
 
This is the wrap-up episode of our adventure hunt podcast planning series. Celina, Jenny and I are on the road on our way back from our packrafting hunting adventure. Sadly we are not coming home with an animal from the trip. We worked hard, we learned a ton, built new skills, and had so much fun. So does all that make up for not coming home with a…
 
We are joined by Christy Long to debrief our packrafting adventures on the river. Christy is a whitewater paddling guide. She supported Jenny, Celina, and me with paddling training ahead of our trip. On our trip, as we looked over some tricky water ahead, we would ask our selves: "What would Christy say?" Now we get to ask. So enjoy! We used Alpack…
 
Jenny, Celina and I are waiting out a rainstorm in sheep country. We are 5 days into our adventure hunt. We have left the rafts on the river and fought our way up the mountains into sheep habitat. In this podcast, we talk about the challenges and some tricks for getting from the river or the road up into the alpine country. Good terrain and forest …
 
Join for episode 4 of our expedition hunting planning series. In this episode, we are talking backpacking food for a 12-day backpack-packrafting hunting expedition. We have invited Penny from West Coast Kitchen to hang out with us and talk about how to keep food light and gourmet. Celina, Jenny and I are on our way into the mountain and we are coun…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Thor Tingey of Alpacka Raft. Jennie P, Celina and I are doing our research on how to best prepare for a 12-day packrafting wilderness adventure. So we thought we would invite the expert on all things packrafting. We had a ton of fun hanging out with Thor as he shares the origin story of the packraft, a few adventure…
 
Wildlife biologist Mike Bridger joins us in this episode to talk about planning for a sheep hunt in Northern BC. As a Provincial biologist for the Northern BC, Mike gets the privilege of overseeing the management of wildlife in the remnant wilderness of North America. All nine big game species thrive in this area and Mike's job is to keep an eye on…
 
I'm getting excited! Safe and successful hunts start with research, planning, practice and gearing up with the right equipment for the trip. It takes time and commitment to pull it all together, but for me, it might be the best part of the trip. Jenny P, Celina and I are in the process of putting together what will be an adventure of a lifetime. We…
 
EatWild 30 - Dylan's first bear hunt - Tips and tricks of the road hunter In this episode, I'm hanging out with my hunting partner Jenny P. She's taking me along on a bear hunt. As I learned, bear hunting includes a lot of Truck Huntin'. Jenny is a bit of a pro-truck-hunter, so we thought it might be fun to break down the tips and tricks of the roa…
 
"Wow...how do I take care of this amazing hide?" That's what I needed to know when I walked up on the dead Bison in the snow. Fortunately, my friend Mara was expecting this call from me. In this episode, I’m joined by Mara Cur of Crow's Nest Wildcraft, a hide tanner, land tender, and community herbalist and teacher. Mara and I connected a while bac…
 
I am connecting with La’goot Spencer Greening over Zoom for part 2 of our discussion on Indigenous rights and title and wildlife management. In our first conversation, we talked about Indigenous approaches to harvesting fish and wildlife throughout the seasons. In this episode, we get into the sticky bits of a much more complex discussion about the…
 
Can we go hunting in British Columbia during the COVID 19 pandemic? Answer: Maybe, if we all follow the Provincial Heath Orders, guidelines, and recommendations. I am sitting down with Jesse Zieman of BCWF and Mark Hall of the Hunter Conservationist podcast to discuss the recent announcement by the Province of BC that hunting is an essential servic…
 
In this episode, I am joined by La’goot Spencer Greening. La’goot is a Tsimshian leader, storyteller and academic. In addition to being a passionate hunter and forager, La’goot is generous about sharing his knowledge around the importance of indigenous knowledge and stewardship of the land. We got together to talk about Indigenous and resident hunt…
 
Listen to your elders; it’s storytime with Larri Woodrow. Success in hunting and fishing, and in life for that matter, is achieved much more easily with the benefit of knowledge. I attribute my competence as a hunter and fisher, and my confidence in life, to the knowledge that has been shared with me by the elders along the way. In this episode, I’…
 
Why is hunting so hard? In this episode, I am joining Mike and Kelly of the Rookie Hunter Podcast, Mark and Curtis of the Hunter Conservationist Podcast, and Jenny Ly of the Chasing Food Club blog for a live recording of a podcast/swapcast. We talk about the barriers and challenges for hunting success. We get into the different measures of what suc…
 
The Bison has tipped! Join us for the conclusion of our Bison hunting adventure. All of the mistakes, hard work, and lessons learned result in some exciting hunts for our rookie bison hunting crew. Catch the end of the story here and a bit of the celebration. Thanks to the crew for putting up with the podcast machine! The crew: @seanbadart @devonta…
 
We are hunting Bison! Follow along with our rookie Bison hunting crew as we figure out how to hunt this majestic animal. Our hunting group drew a "once-in-a-lifetime" tag to hunt Bison in Northern B.C. At one time there were over 60 million Bison roaming the plains of North America. Market hunting and habitat destruction reduced the herd to less th…
 
Have you ever missed a shot at an animal? Nerves, distance, brush or just plain poor judgement can lead to a miss on an animal. In this episode, we are talking about the factors that lead up to a missed shot and reflect on how we can improve our decision making and skill set to minimize the potential of this happening. I am joined by hunting partne…
 
In this episode, I am hanging out with Chef Mark Perrier of Savio Volpe and Jody Peck of Wild Northern way. We are having an in-depth discussion on cooking wild game meat. We cover off fundamentals of how to get the most out of your harvest. Don't miss this episode if you like to eat wild, or just like talking about food! Jody, Mark, and Dylan are …
 
In this episode, I am joined by Jesse Zeman of the British Columbia Wildlife Federation. This past whitetail hunting season was the most challenging year on record for our hunting camp. Simply put we saw very few deer over our 10-day hunt. This led me to want to know what was going with the deer population. Too much logging? Too many hunters? Too m…
 
In this episode, I am hanging out with Travis Bader of Silvercore Inc. Silvercore is a leader in firearms training in Canada. We are chatting about firearms care, maintenance, and storage while on the hunt and in the field. We also get into some fundamentals of firearms safety when hunting, around camp, and in the vehicle. You can find out more abo…
 
In this podcast, we are talking about how hunters can help work towards reconciliation with Indigenous communities. This is a very difficult conversation, but it one that we need to have as Canadians, British Colombians and Hunters. Here in British Columbia, Indigenous communities have lived, hunted, and manage resources on these lands for time imm…
 
Rob and I are waiting out a storm and hoping for the skies to clear so we get out on our sheep hunt. Rob Wilson is a Park Ranger and a 20-year veteran with Seach and Rescue teams and has spent many days and nights looking for lost hikers and skiers in the mountains. In this podcast, we are talking about planning for safety on an adventure trip. We …
 
In this episode, I am hanging out my good pals Tome and Will. They have just returned from their first successful elk hunt. They both started hunting about five years ago. In this episode, we chat about the journey to becoming successful hunters. We also cover some lessons learned and strategies for hunting elk in Britsh Columbia. I hope you enjoy!…
 
This podcast I’m joined by my friend Jody Peck for a chat about the hunting guide outfitting industry. Jody grew up in commercial hunting camps cooking, guiding and hanging out in the wilderness. She still cooks for the industry during the hunting season, but spends her offseason as a successful artist working on cool projects. Jody brings a unique…
 
First moose, deer and bear hunting stories. Join us at the dinner table for the annual EatWild First Buck Banquet. New hunters are invited to join the EatWild team for dinner and then everyone takes a turn telling their first successful hunt story. So stick around and share in the hard work, success, trials and tribulations of these new hunters. Ho…
 
In this episode were hanging out with Pete, Larri and Geoff in the wall tent. These guys have seen it all with over 150 years of collective hunting experience in British Columbia. So stick around and get perspective on the changes in habitat, wildlife populations and hunter success over the past 60 years. If this podcast moves you, please join us o…
 
Join us in the wall tent for at whitetail camp. I am sitting around the wood stove with my hunting mentors Geoff, Pete, and Larri, and joined by Brother Ben and Shelley and we are talking about how to hunt whitetails, navigating in the woods and our first buck stories. I really want to thank the old boys for putting up with me putting a mic in the …
 
On this episode I am driving back from a river drift elk hunting adventure with hunting partners Geoff Horsfield, Dave Bornhold, and Matt Fuller. This is the first time that our crew has done a drift hunt. A lot of planning went into this trip. We reflect on the highlights, planning, and the pros and cons of hunting from a raft. Check it out, and l…
 
Rick and I are well into our sheep hunt now and we've covered over 50 km of wilderness terrain. We have traveled through some of the most beautiful country I've ever seen and watched a broad range of wild animals in pristine habitat. In this episode, we talk about how to orienteer and navigate through the mountains, staying dry in the wilderness an…
 
There are no sheep here! After three days of hunting, we are coming to the realization that we are not in sheep habitat. All hunters will experience this at some point where they are hunting an area that is devoid of the target species. In this episode, we reflect on why there may not be sheep in the area, what are the contributing factors to the l…
 
Rick and I have flown into to the Norther Rockies and made our way from the remote airstrip and climbed up the mountain. We chat about the experience of landing on a gravel bar with steep mountains all around. We were up against some wet weather so we talk about strategies and tips on staying dry in the mountains.…
 
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