As summer turns to fall, the bears have exhausted low-elevation fruit and their quest to fatten up. Along with his brother Danny and friend Paul, Steve is dropped deep into the Alaska Range. Air Date : 3rd-Nov-2013 In this episode, Steven Rinella joins forces with fellow hunter and cook Hank Shaw in the hills of Central California to go after Columbia Blacktail Deer, Wild Pigs, and a handful of small game species that are in season. Following a series of successful hunts across North America this past fall, Steve demonstrates how to cook a variety of breakfast classics using wild game ingredients—including black bear bacon, w. The men will travel light and hunt for food as they go, basing out of an alpin. On this special Holiday episode Steve cooks three enticing dishes: Wild Turkey Galantine, Smoked Black Bear Ham, and his take on the traditional Mincemeat Pie. Giant felines threaten the story but Steve stays on course and articu.
Steve's lifelong friend, Ronnie Boehme has invited Steve out to his digs in Virginia for the dove opener. In addition, Steve and Remi hunt for coyote with the intent of roasting a whole animal. Here, even just one missed opportunity could result in an empty freezer. Last spring, Steve decided to pass up an opportunity to kill a black bear in favor of an extended up close and personal experience. Steven Rinella takes to the canyons of the West Texas desert in search of javelina.
When success is had, Steve learns an eye-popping technique for field-prepping whole hogs. But with hard work, Steve experiences a do-it-yourself high country hunt like no other. Air Date : 27th-Jan-2013 Steven Rinella and his friend Ronny Boehme drive into the mountains of southwest Montana to hunt the high ridge tops for dusky grouse. The men will travel light and hunt for food as they go, basing out of an alpine hut as they locate their quarry. Steve is fascinated by indigenous people who live in the wilds South America. This hunt turns adventurous quickly; with an impassable glacial river between Steve and his goal, things get dangerous and intense.
Battling weather and wary game in mountainous terrain, he uses his spot and stock hunting skills to discover Kiwi red stags are a trophy worthy of the wall and the cook pot. Helen Cho and Brittany Brothers are back for a double episode. On the open tundra they fish, hunt and fight off marauding grizzlies. The hunters will travel light and base out of an alpine hut to find animals Steve has never hunted. To help Steve in his journey, Ryan Callaghan has offered up one of his best spots as well as his keen spotting skills. Air Date : 15th-Jul-2012 Steven Rinella and local Wild Pig legend, Darren Moore, spend a wild, action-packed day tracking down Captain Cook boars in the thick New Zealand bush.
The duo prepares dusky grouse jalapeño poppers and grouse fettuccine with a white wine and cream sauce. 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. To help Steve in his journey, First Lite's Ryan Callaghan has offered up one of his best spots as well as his keen spotting skills. These pigs are tenacious and possibly dangerous to both the men and the dogs, and this is as visceral as a hunt gets. It's an experience neither hunter will soon forget. Steve sets up camp and spends days glassing mountains and canyons for these elusive, wary desert whitetails.
To help Steve in his journey, Ryan Callaghan has offered up one of his best spots as well as his keen spotting skills. Steven Rinella heads into the mountains of the Sonora Desert on a true, wild, free-ranging bison hunt. But Steve is inspired by the evidence of he finds of ancient hunters that used the area to prepare a meal that honors both the animal and our hunting ancestors. Steven Rinella and local pig hunting expert, Darren Moore, spend a wild, action-packed day tracking down Captain Cook boars in the thick New Zealand bush. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but is often overlooked by wild game cooks at home. Air Date : 28th-Apr-2013 The second installment of a two-part episode covering the first hunt taken by comedians Joe Rogan and Bryan Callen. With a big spread of decoys and a loyal retriever, they try to get their limit and fill their bellies with a constan.
Featured meal will be dusky grouse jalapeno poppers and grouse fettuccini with a white wine and cream sauce. As he hunts will share his vast knowledge about these special western game animals including how to hunt, butcher, and most importantly how cook them-if he can put his tag on one. On this unique Mexican adventure, Steve will be hunting with friend and expert Jay Scott, who knows the area better than anyone. To cap off the hunt, Steve cooks a batch of venison ribs braised in a Dutch oven buried beneath hot coals. Along with two buddies, Steve is dropped deep into the Tok backcountry.
As fishing and campfire cooking offer time for reflection, Steve takes the time to recall a few memorable MeatEater meals. The muskox is delicious and so is the tomcod dipped in seal oil. Air Date : 5th-May-2013 In this two-part episode, television personality Joe Rogan and his best friend, comedian Bryan Callen, join Steven Rinella on a float trip for mule deer through the rugged Missouri Breaks, hunting and camping along the way. Not only will this be one heck of a hunting adventure, it will be a mind-opening, life-changing event. Steven Rinella drew a tag to hunt the elusive Coues Deer in the desert mountains of southern Arizona, where his spot and stalk skills will be pushed to the limit hunting these tiny, ghostlike deer for the first time.
Steve gives Joe and Bryan the A to Z on hunting, butchering, and cooking the wild turkey. With a little help, Steve prepares a true multicultural feast for a table of hungry cowboys. These two turkey hunting fanatics celebrate with a delicious meal of grilled and stuff wild wild turkey breast. Air Date : 8th-Jul-2012 Hunting a powerful living relic from a bygone era, Steven Rinella heads into the mountains of the Sonora Desert on a true, wild, free-ranging buffalo hunt. But if Steve connects on a Sitka blacktail, he'll celebrate with a camp meal of rock-pounded tenderloin.
To combat the freezing temperatures, Rinella plans to make a hunter's stew to celebrate a successful hunt. Air Date : 3rd-Mar-2016 Kevin Murphy and his band of Kentucky small game hunters introduce Steve to the finest Kentucky has to offer. Rorke soon learns that the hunt is only half the battle. This is as adventurous of a first hunt as anyone could hope for, and Steven's special guests are in for a memorable experience in some gorgeous country. In Part One, Steve experienced the difficulty of hunting the Sooty grouse of southeast Alaska.