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Building on the belief that a deeper understanding of the natural world enriches all of our lives, host Steven Rinella brings a deep and relevant look at all outdoor topics including hunting, fishing, nature, conservation and wild foods. Filled with humor, irreverence and things that will surprise the hell out of you, each episode welcomes a diverse group of guests who add their own expertise on the vast world of the outdoors. Part of MeatEater, Inc.
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Sep 4, 2017

Steven Rinella talks with Dirt Myth, editorial contributor Brody Henderson, and Janis Putelis of the MeatEater crew.

Subjects Discussed: Dirt's dad's activewear; cheaters; the straight dope version of Dirt Myth's wounded eye saga; Steve's jealousy of Janis's cannibalism; drinking breast milk; sexing rabid mink; the salmon moochin' madness of 2017; limp dickin' vs. reelin' down on 'em; retaining bi-catch and roadkill; pelagic fish; the intricacies of fisheries management; i kejime; Steve's one rifle conundrum; Dirt: the would-be ranch caretaker; and more.

Check out the show notes to dig deeper into the books, studies, ideas, and stories mentioned in this episode at http://www.themeateater.com/podcasts

2 Comments
  • a year and a half ago
    David Utter
    As for the one gun idea. Your deer that was hit with the 300 was not gun or bullet issue. The diaghram does not form a plane from side to side. It bows forward to allow room for the stomach and intestines. Especially right after feeding. So I think your bullet entered in the chest cavity, made a short trip through abdominal cavity and back into chest and out the other side. When that bullet hits the abdominal contents it creates huge hydraulic shock and disrupts a lot of “stuff”. The chest cavity is more air and does not have the same amount of hydraulic shock. Just my concluder. Stick with the 300.
  • a year and a half ago
    David Utter
    I absolutely love this podcast. I have been reinvigorated to get out and hunt, and have enjoyed eating the unusual parts. I ate tongue, liver, and “black hills oysters “ in the last week. You need to check out “thinoptics”. These are cheaters that are super light, tough and can be carried on your phone. Old guy approved.
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