He plans to spend three days alone in the wild hunting for black tail deer. The primary challenges are steep and technically challenging terrain, drifting fog banks, and nearly incessant rain and snow. Helen Cho and Brittany Brothers are back for a double episode. Last spring, Steve decided to pass up an opportunity to kill a black bear in favor of an extended up close and personal experience. As summer turns to fall, Steve heads into the backcountry of Alaska's Chugach Range. Freezing cold temperatures and unforgiving topography add to the already-cha.
Steve shares simple, delicious cooking methods for doves and pigeons. Wild Hogs can thrive almost anywhere - just like Steve. For a waterfowler's dream hunt, Steven Rinella joins his friend, wildlife biologist Brandt Meixell, on a remote trip to some untouched Alaska wetlands in search of ducks and geese. He plans to spend three days alone in the wild hunting for blacktail deer. Cathead biscuits, sawmill gravy, and fried small game round out the Kentucky adventure. To gain access to pristine ground, he charters a float plane to drop him high in the Alpine zone of Alaska's Coastal Rainforest at a little used landing spot. After the hunt, the plan is to enjoy a local delicacy, Chorizo de Javelin, with help from an experienced Mexican ranch cook.
In part one, frustration and opportunities abound and Ryan turns a failed black bear stalk turns into a successful buck hunt. In addition, Steve and Remi hunt for coyote with the intent of roasting the animal. On the open tundra they're met with wild adventures. Things turns adventurous quickly; with an impassable glacial river between Steve and his goal. In the remote wilderness, two friends will look into the differences and similarities between the hunter and the warrior. For most hunters, just glimpsing one of these animals is a trophy.
Television personality Joe Rogan and his best friend, comedian Bryan Callen, join Steven Rinella for their very first hunt. In the harsh desert Southwest, Steven Rinella has come to learn the truth about tracking a mountain lions with dog. Their tools for the job include two tough little pig dogs, a knife, and some real grit. Steve and bird hunting aficionado Ronny Boehme join up with wildlife biologist Ed Arnett in Lubbock, Texas to hunt Sandhill cranes. As the cold Alaskan winter approaches, bears flock to the high country of Alaska's Chugach Range while feasting on cranberry and blueberry. Air Date : 1st-Jan-2012 MeatEater - Season : 1. He plans to spend three days alone in the wild hunting for blacktail deer.
Challenged by the harsh environment, rugged terrain, and elusive sheep, Steve finds this hunt to be one of the most difficult he has ever undertaken. On this trip, Steven Rinella travels to the Sacramento Valley in central California in search of challenge and seriously good food. But with hard work, Steve experiences a do-it-yourself high country hunt like no other. Steven Rinella and friend Cody Lujan head to Northeastern New Mexico to hunt pronghorn antelope, the fastest big game animal in the United States. . Steve has long desired to take a grizzly but only if he can do it in a way that fits his personal ethics.
In the wide open desert plains, Steve will have to work hard to stalk within range of a mature buck. The hunters will travel light and base out of an alpine hut to find animals Steve has never hunted. Steven Rinella is on New Zealand's South Island for a do-it-yourself, free-range hunt for the majestic red stag. Steven Rinella and his friend Ronny Boehme drive into the mountains of southwest Montana to hunt the high ridge tops for dusky grouse. In part two both Helen and Brittany get their chance at Duren farm bucks.
The dream is realized and Steve and Ryan feast on a slow cooked roast. Air Date : 8th-Jan-2012 To hunt some of the most elusive game, the predator must become its prey. As fishing and campfire cooking offer time for reflection, Steve takes the time to recall a few memorable MeatEater meals. Steve heads into the backcountry on a solo backpack hunt where his biggest challenge is the vast expanse of hills covered in thick timber. Cathead biscuits, sawmill gravy, and fried small game round out the Kentucky adventure. Steven Rinella is invited by the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation for a special opportunity to hunt elk during the rut in the mountainous coal country of southeastern Kentucky, a place where his hero Daniel Boone once roamed.
His typical prey includes various species of deer, wild pigs and other hoofed animals, but he's also been known to shoot bears and mountain lions which, fortunately, he chooses not to eat. As summer turns to fall, the bears have exhausted low-elevation fruit and their quest to fatten up pushes them into higher and less accesible terrain. The last time Joe Rogan and Bryan Callen went out with Steven Rinella they were soaked head to toe and came home meatless. They need to get their hunters safety, learn to shoot, train for the woods, and get geared up. Steven Rinella wants to hunt where few have hunted before.
It just wouldn't be a trip to the Duren Family Farm without a little trapping and duck hunting thrown in, rounding out the larder for a big wild game feast. To help Steve in his journey, Ryan Callaghan has offered up one of his best spots as well as his keen spotting skills. He doesn't just kill the animals for the fun of killing them, though; once they're dead, he fries them up and eats them. The hunt is dampened by frustrating weather but Steve finds a way to fix a tasty meal. On this unique Mexican adventure, Steve finds exciting action for gobbling toms. He'll paddle his canoe through the marsh to camp and bow fish for sucker, bowfin, and gar.