To successfully take a deer Steve will have to become equally invisible, quiet, and attuned to his surroundings. The bears here are on a quest to fatten up on high elevation blueberries before they hibernate for the winter. 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. After the hunt, the javelinas get turned into a local delicacy, Chorizo de Javelin, with help from an experienced Mexican ranch cook. Steve loves to fish as much as he loves to hunt.
The second installment of a two-part episode covering the first hunt taken by comedians Joe Rogan and Bryan Callen. When November comes they're ready to go, and they strike out into the mountains of northern Montana for the adventure of their lives. Featured meals are salt-packed sucker and fried gar. Sharing the bounty, Steve experiences a traditional Mexcian feast with a table of hungry cowboys. Note: This is a 2-part series but comes as one complete episode. If he's successful in finding a wild boar, Steve will prepare a backcountry gourmet feast of pork loin roasted with apples and rosemary cooked in tin foil over a fire.
These 84 episodes include Steven Rinella's hunting and fishing adventures across the North American Continent. With a trio of cantankerous, spit-hurling pack llamas, Steven Rinella, his brother Matt, and good friend Matt Moison camp and hunt the badlands of Eastern Montana for mule deer. Steven Rinella and his buddy Doug Duren give comedians Joe Rogan and Bryan Callen their first taste of Midwest deer hunting culture by sitting in freezing ground blinds on opening day in Wisconsin. In part two Steve finds the buck he's been searching for his whole life. Steve has always regretted passing up an opportunity to hunt Muskox but with another tag in his pocket, nothing will stop this adventure. 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. Along the way, Steve learns a new technique for field-prepping whole hogs.
Their tools for the job include two tough little pig dogs, a knife, and some real grit. After drawing one of the most coveted big game tags in North America — a Tok Management Area Dall sheep tag — Steven Rinella heads out for a truly rare and epic Alaskan experience. With locally made charcoal at his disposal, he'll grill up a big, brined, delicious bird. Purchase your digital downloads of MeatEater here. Far from trophy or sport hunting, Rinella stays true to our ancestral tradition of sustenance hunting — nothing he harvests goes to waste. The Pronghorn Antelope is designed to escape and Steve will need his A-game to get within range of a healthy buck.
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. Note: This is a 3-part series but comes as one complete episode. Things turns adventurous quickly; with an impassable glacial river between Steve and his goal. They need to get their hunters safety, learn to shoot, train for the woods, and get geared up. Rorke soon learns that the hunt is only half the battle. Steven Rinella heads into the mountains of the Sonora Desert on a true, wild, free-ranging bison hunt. With caribou bulls on the menu, they'll feast on a stew of caribou sirloin and root vegetables thickened with bone marrow.
We learn about the native history and culture of Nunivak Island's as Steve tries to stay warm while chasing Muskox 30 miles offshore in the Bering Sea. These introduced sheep from North Africa are hard to find and harder to hunt. Not only will this be one heck of a hunting adventure, it will be a mind-opening, life-changing event. Steve sets camp in the high country and spends days glassing for these small and elusive deer while his hunting partner, Remi Warren, tries to stalk one with a bow. The hunt is dampened by frustrating weather but Steve finds a way to fix a tasty meal. Barbara concludes the hunt with a beachside meal of fettuccine a la sooty grouse. On this trip, Steve travels to the Sacramento Valley in central California in search of a new challenge and seriously good food.
To prep for opening day, Steve and Ron spend a day brushing up on their shooting skills on a sporting clays course followed by a pigeon hunt. Helen Cho and Brittany Brothers are back for a double episode. 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. Steve's annual quest for a giant mule deer buck continues this year in southwest Colorado. In the harsh desert Southwest, Steven Rinella has come to learn the truth about tracking a mountain lions with dog. An exciting stalk ensues, and plenty of meat eating is enjoyed.
In Part One, Steve experienced the difficulty of hunting the Sooty grouse of southeast Alaska. Hobo dinners over the campfire make it deer camp. 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. If all goes well, Steven Rinella will treat these newbies to traditional camp meals such as buck liver cooked with onions and a whole venison head roasted in a bed of coals. Steve gives Joe and Bryan the A to Z on hunting, butchering, and cooking the wild turkey. 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.