Hello ladies and gents, welcome to another episode of The Rich Outdoors podcast. I’m your host Cody Rich, and this podcast is all about becoming a better hunter. It’s about developing our skills and our knowledge when we are not in the field to maximize our efforts on our next hunt in the field.
One very under rated skill when it comes to hunting is the ability to track. That can be both in tracking wounded and non-wounded animals. I think there is a lot one can learn from tracking in either situation, but today we are chatting with Ryan Callaghan of First Lite on his methods an thoughts on tracking wounded animals. Growing up hunting and guiding in Montana, Ryan in no stranger to following a blood trail, both good and bad, and has some great advice for tracking wounded game. Ryan was also one of the first employees of First Lite and and we also talk about the the early years and trying to tell people that it was a good idea to wear wool clothing in 90 degree weather–me being one of them.