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East to West Hunting Podcast

Todd Waldron

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East to West Hunting Podcast

East to West Hunting Podcast

Todd Waldron

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The East to West Hunting Podcast with Todd Waldron is a community of hunter-angler conservationists focusing on mentorship and conservation awareness. Our aim to help get you started and keep you going with your outdoor pursuits. We are a voice for average DIY hunters and anglers, the North American Conservation Model and for wildlife & future generations that can’t speak for themselves.

Latest Episodes

Considerations for Choosing Our Hunting Partners

This episode was recorded in Room 104 at the Best Western in Syracuse, New York in late January 2020 - just prior to COVID. My cousin, close friend and life long hunting partner Tom Hammond and I talk about considerations for choosing hunting partners. We discuss the dynamics of hunting together, defining your goals, hunting with our friends Jason and Greg, finding your lane in the outdoors and more. Thanks for listening!

27 MIN2 w ago
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Considerations for Choosing Our Hunting Partners

Episode 107: Debunking Wild Food Myths with The Sporting Chef Scott Leysath

The Sporting Chef Scott Leysath joins us this week to share his advice for how we can improve our wild food cooking. Scott is one of the premier wild game chefs out there and is a well-known author, public speaker and host of the Sportsman Channel's popular Dead Meat series. We're debunking wild food myths, talking about how you can get started, discussing what happens when you hand-deliver cookbooks to customers and talking about a recent article in the WSJ - A Smart Guide to the US Meat Shortage.

38 MINJUL 17
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Episode 107: Debunking Wild Food Myths with The Sporting Chef Scott Leysath

Making the Most of Your Deer Hunting Property with Jon Teater of Whitetail Landscapes

Hope everyone is safe and healthy! We're back this week and talking whitetail habitat management with Jon Teater who is the founder of Whitetail Landscapes in central New York. Jon walks us through the fundamentals of how bedding cover, habitat structure, food and travel connectivity all work together to drive daytime whitetail movement. if you're a landowner, you don't need a huge property to improve your hunting. If you don't own hunting land, you'll still benefit from this conversation!

62 MINMAY 6
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Making the Most of Your Deer Hunting Property with Jon Teater of Whitetail Landscapes

Gus Congemi & Pat Salerno on Adirondack Deer Hunting

Live the Wild Life TV host Gus Congemi and Pat Salerno Jr. joined us at the World Fishing Expo in Suffern, NY this past week to talk about what drives Gus' passion and determination for Adirondack deer hunting. Gus is an incredible hunter who has traveled across the world in his journeys. What draws him to the Adirondacks, what motivates Pat Salerno Jr. and more...thanks for listening.

20 MINMAR 4
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Gus Congemi & Pat Salerno on Adirondack Deer Hunting

Introducing the Outdoor Feast Podcast by Modern Carnivore

We just had an amazing weekend at Pheasant Fest 2020 in Minneapolis and have released the Outdoor Feast Podcast by Modern Carnivore! This week, Todd talks about the Outdoor Feast Podcast, where you can find it, what its all about and shares some stories from Pheasant Fest and an incredible snowshoe hair hunt in northern Minnesota with friends Leigh Neitzel and Mark Norquist. Thanks so much for your support. Follow the Outdoor Feast Podcast and the Modern Carnivore Podcast at www.modcarn.com

22 MINFEB 22
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Introducing the Outdoor Feast Podcast by Modern Carnivore

An Tintroduction to Ice Fishing with Fish 307's Jeff Goldberg & Renee Paddock

Looking for a fun, easy way to connect with the outdoors this winter? We're at Fish307 in Lake George, NY this week talking with owner Jeff Goldberg and StrikerIce Pro Staff member Renee Paddock about how to get started with ice fishing. We're talking about Renee's fishing journey, how Fish307 got its name, tips for lake trout, pike and perch fishing, the basics, intermediary steps and equipment, bait fish regulations, why ice fishing is such a fun, social activity, cooking perch and more. Thanks so much!

43 MINFEB 10
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An Tintroduction to Ice Fishing with Fish 307's Jeff Goldberg & Renee Paddock

Hunter S. Thompson, French Louie & Room 213 - Syracuse Best Western

Tom Hammond and Todd Waldron were at the 75th Annual New York Sportsmen's Expo last weekend in Syracuse and this is a rundown of our conversations. Todd's talking about private landowner conservation, choosing hunter partners, Fear & Loathing on the Campaign Trail '72, Restoring Mother Nature Bond Act, and more. Special thanks to my friends Jason and Mike for making a brief cameo appearance and most importantly for coming to Syracuse to hang out for the weekend.

29 MINFEB 4
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Hunter S. Thompson, French Louie & Room 213 - Syracuse Best Western

North American Conservation As A Continuum - Where Do We Go From Here?

The North American Conservation Movement was founded by early 20th century conservationists like Roosevelt, Pinchot and Grinnell and has always been an evolving continuum. First came the protections, then major funding wins in the 1930s, then public input in the 1960s & 70s. What can we learn from the first three or four generations of conservationists, how do we modernize and where do we go from here? Thanks for listening.

25 MINJAN 30
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North American Conservation As A Continuum - Where Do We Go From Here?

What's A Forester & How Is That Relevant to My Hunting?

Are you a forest ranger Todd? If not, what exactly does a forester do? This week, we're talking about the important roles that foresters and forest technicians play in forest habitat management & forest science. Todd discusses his path through SUNY ESF's Ranger School & Main Campus, why private sector forestry can play a huge role in conservation, how the forestry and wildlife movements both started out of the same crisis, and more. Thanks for listening!

34 MINJAN 22
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What's A Forester & How Is That Relevant to My Hunting?

Mentorship, Conservation & Storytelling - 2019 in the Rear View

This week, we're looking back over the past year to reflect on what we've learned as a community in 2019. We're talking about the key pillars of the East to West Hunting Podcast - mentorship, conservation and storytelling. Todd also touches on his lighthearted podcast advertisement wish list - thumb plucking banjos, green bananas, square dancing swag and truck caps. Thanks for being such an incredible community!

27 MINJAN 22
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Mentorship, Conservation & Storytelling - 2019 in the Rear View

Latest Episodes

Considerations for Choosing Our Hunting Partners

This episode was recorded in Room 104 at the Best Western in Syracuse, New York in late January 2020 - just prior to COVID. My cousin, close friend and life long hunting partner Tom Hammond and I talk about considerations for choosing hunting partners. We discuss the dynamics of hunting together, defining your goals, hunting with our friends Jason and Greg, finding your lane in the outdoors and more. Thanks for listening!

27 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Considerations for Choosing Our Hunting Partners

Episode 107: Debunking Wild Food Myths with The Sporting Chef Scott Leysath

The Sporting Chef Scott Leysath joins us this week to share his advice for how we can improve our wild food cooking. Scott is one of the premier wild game chefs out there and is a well-known author, public speaker and host of the Sportsman Channel's popular Dead Meat series. We're debunking wild food myths, talking about how you can get started, discussing what happens when you hand-deliver cookbooks to customers and talking about a recent article in the WSJ - A Smart Guide to the US Meat Shortage.

38 MINJUL 17
Comments
Episode 107: Debunking Wild Food Myths with The Sporting Chef Scott Leysath

Making the Most of Your Deer Hunting Property with Jon Teater of Whitetail Landscapes

Hope everyone is safe and healthy! We're back this week and talking whitetail habitat management with Jon Teater who is the founder of Whitetail Landscapes in central New York. Jon walks us through the fundamentals of how bedding cover, habitat structure, food and travel connectivity all work together to drive daytime whitetail movement. if you're a landowner, you don't need a huge property to improve your hunting. If you don't own hunting land, you'll still benefit from this conversation!

62 MINMAY 6
Comments
Making the Most of Your Deer Hunting Property with Jon Teater of Whitetail Landscapes

Gus Congemi & Pat Salerno on Adirondack Deer Hunting

Live the Wild Life TV host Gus Congemi and Pat Salerno Jr. joined us at the World Fishing Expo in Suffern, NY this past week to talk about what drives Gus' passion and determination for Adirondack deer hunting. Gus is an incredible hunter who has traveled across the world in his journeys. What draws him to the Adirondacks, what motivates Pat Salerno Jr. and more...thanks for listening.

20 MINMAR 4
Comments
Gus Congemi & Pat Salerno on Adirondack Deer Hunting

Introducing the Outdoor Feast Podcast by Modern Carnivore

We just had an amazing weekend at Pheasant Fest 2020 in Minneapolis and have released the Outdoor Feast Podcast by Modern Carnivore! This week, Todd talks about the Outdoor Feast Podcast, where you can find it, what its all about and shares some stories from Pheasant Fest and an incredible snowshoe hair hunt in northern Minnesota with friends Leigh Neitzel and Mark Norquist. Thanks so much for your support. Follow the Outdoor Feast Podcast and the Modern Carnivore Podcast at www.modcarn.com

22 MINFEB 22
Comments
Introducing the Outdoor Feast Podcast by Modern Carnivore

An Tintroduction to Ice Fishing with Fish 307's Jeff Goldberg & Renee Paddock

Looking for a fun, easy way to connect with the outdoors this winter? We're at Fish307 in Lake George, NY this week talking with owner Jeff Goldberg and StrikerIce Pro Staff member Renee Paddock about how to get started with ice fishing. We're talking about Renee's fishing journey, how Fish307 got its name, tips for lake trout, pike and perch fishing, the basics, intermediary steps and equipment, bait fish regulations, why ice fishing is such a fun, social activity, cooking perch and more. Thanks so much!

43 MINFEB 10
Comments
An Tintroduction to Ice Fishing with Fish 307's Jeff Goldberg & Renee Paddock

Hunter S. Thompson, French Louie & Room 213 - Syracuse Best Western

Tom Hammond and Todd Waldron were at the 75th Annual New York Sportsmen's Expo last weekend in Syracuse and this is a rundown of our conversations. Todd's talking about private landowner conservation, choosing hunter partners, Fear & Loathing on the Campaign Trail '72, Restoring Mother Nature Bond Act, and more. Special thanks to my friends Jason and Mike for making a brief cameo appearance and most importantly for coming to Syracuse to hang out for the weekend.

29 MINFEB 4
Comments
Hunter S. Thompson, French Louie & Room 213 - Syracuse Best Western

North American Conservation As A Continuum - Where Do We Go From Here?

The North American Conservation Movement was founded by early 20th century conservationists like Roosevelt, Pinchot and Grinnell and has always been an evolving continuum. First came the protections, then major funding wins in the 1930s, then public input in the 1960s & 70s. What can we learn from the first three or four generations of conservationists, how do we modernize and where do we go from here? Thanks for listening.

25 MINJAN 30
Comments
North American Conservation As A Continuum - Where Do We Go From Here?

What's A Forester & How Is That Relevant to My Hunting?

Are you a forest ranger Todd? If not, what exactly does a forester do? This week, we're talking about the important roles that foresters and forest technicians play in forest habitat management & forest science. Todd discusses his path through SUNY ESF's Ranger School & Main Campus, why private sector forestry can play a huge role in conservation, how the forestry and wildlife movements both started out of the same crisis, and more. Thanks for listening!

34 MINJAN 22
Comments
What's A Forester & How Is That Relevant to My Hunting?

Mentorship, Conservation & Storytelling - 2019 in the Rear View

This week, we're looking back over the past year to reflect on what we've learned as a community in 2019. We're talking about the key pillars of the East to West Hunting Podcast - mentorship, conservation and storytelling. Todd also touches on his lighthearted podcast advertisement wish list - thumb plucking banjos, green bananas, square dancing swag and truck caps. Thanks for being such an incredible community!

27 MINJAN 22
Comments
Mentorship, Conservation & Storytelling - 2019 in the Rear View
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