In this edition of The End Of The Line podcast, Ryan and I get together for part eleven or "The Warden." Tonight we talk about the details of the charges handed down and the witness accounts given to the Feds.
In this edition of The End Of The Line podcast, it is another "Greatest Of" episode. Today, we go back and look at some of the greatest stories told by guest on the podcast. Does Tony shortstop ducks? Hear it directly from him! Why are snow geese afraid of airplanes? Pat and Patrick Pitt tell us! Why do Muslims pray before pulling the trigger? David Lindsey tells you the secret. Duck hunting with alligators, is it a god thing or bad thing? Josh Webb answers that tough one. What would you do to a guide that stole a band from you? Dillon Deweese tells you his story of it happening.
In this edition of The End Of The Line podcast, I am joined by Jeff Foiles for part seventeen of the series "Redemption." Today, is a day we have been waiting to hear about. What was it like showing up for prison? What emotions run through your mind those first few days? What did Jeff do to keep busy? What did his prison mates think about him being in there for shooting ducks and only getting misdemeanors? All of this and more!
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In this edition of The End Of The Line podcast, we look back on some of the greatest moments that made some of the great men that have been on the podcast. First, we start of with Pat and Patrick Pitt. They tell the story of Pat having a heart attack while duck hunting and the story that followed. Second, we return the story of Ramsey Russell. Ramsey was burned in a explosion that really really came close to taking his life. Finally, we go way back to Jake Latendresse's story, "The Climb." Jake had a horse fall on him in eight hours from the nearest town. There were moments that Jake wondered if he would ever get back to his family. Great! Great men! Great! Great stories!
In this edition of The End Of The Line podcast, I am joined by Rob in the beginning to discuss Houston Dale Nutt and then we talk about the proposal in Ark for farmers flood their cropland after harvest. Who thinks it is good idea and who thinks it is not? Then, we look back at some more of the best memories on Monday's with Rob.
In this edition of The End of The line podcast, I am joined by Jeff Foiles. We took a break from the story this week. Bill had to be out of town at the ICAST show, so the show takes a different direction this week. In the hunting world influence, how did we go from earning respect the old fashioned way to who can take the prettiest picture for Instagram? How much of a screwed up world is that? We talk about it today.
In this edition of The End Of The Line podcast, I am joined by Ryan Warden for part ten of "The Warden." Today, we visit about a "killing contest" that Ryan started while waiting for words from the feds. Did it make them speed the process up or just make them more mad? Then, Ryan hears from the Feds.What did the rough draft of indictments say? What did Ryan find out the same day as the indictments? Finally, Ryan gets a call from his ex-wife to find out his best friend was close to death? Who was it? Could things get any worse for Ryan? Find out today!
In this edition of The End Of The Line Podcast, I look back at some of the unforgettable moments on the podcast tthat made you step back and go wow. That was pretty awesome. Here are a few of those with Will Primos, Spencer Halford, Jim Ronquest, Brooks Tinsley, and Justin Martin.
In this edition of The End Of The Line podcast, I look back on the best retriever stories ever told and there have been some good ones. First, we start it off with a story from one of my good friends and it comes from one of the most requested episodes ever. It is the story of Justin Harrison(Gator) and his dog Gauge. Then, We can't do a greatest dog podcast without including Pat, Patrick, and Stephen Pitt. They talk about how important a good retriever is to a hunt and then they talk about some of the most memorable and last retrieves with some of their retrievers. Then, we look back on the story of Tess the Wonder Dog with her owner Steve Horn. Tess was a dog that was shot in the head on a duck hunt in the MS Delta and survived miraculously. Finally, we close it out talking to Ramsey about the most famed hunting partner he ever had. It wasn't a person. It was a retriever and maybe the most famous that has ever lived.
In this edition of The End Of The Line podcast, I put together a few of the greatest moments of Monday's With Rob. From sharpening lawn mower blades the Freddy King way to the I-55 turkey with Rob, Josh, and Spence to Running holes With Keaton to Grease um' Outfitters and all the way to yoga pants and coach pitch baseball. Walk back through the laughs and memories this Independence Day.