After a prolonged hiatus from podcasting, Editor-in-chief Nate Granzow and TUP Founder Karl Hylle return to reflect on their epic/memorable/nearly deadly 2020 backcountry elk and bear hunt in the inhospitable mountains of Colorado. From freezing weather to back injuries and sore feet, few things went right, but they survived to tell the tale. They also
Most parenting advice is bunk because every child is unique, but that isn’t going to stop Editor-in-Chief Nate Granzow from weighing in on when he thinks the best age is to start a child hunting. He and Karl go on to talk about their forthcoming backcountry elk/bear hunt in Colorado, bullet choices (and why Nate
Arguing with TUP’s founder, Karl Hylle, is no fun. The guy should have been a lawyer. TUP Editor-in-Chief Nate Granzow finds this out the hard way in this episode when trying to make the argument that solid bullets—a throwback to another era of hunting—are still among the most versatile options available to today’s hunters. Karl
In this show, the TUP editorial staff discusses hunting with vintage double-barrel shotguns, what to do to avoid becoming bear food, and the absurd requirement for hunters to hire guides when hunting federally managed wilderness in Wyoming.
In this show, editor-in-chief Nate Granzow chats with the founder of the site, Karl Hylle, to discuss the veracity and applicability of the Taylor Knockout Factor, the two men’s most miserable hunting experiences, and the elk behavioral study conducted by Idaho Fish and Game that resulted in the culling of hundreds of wild elk.
In the inaugural TUP podcast, Nate Granzow—the site’s editor-in-chief—sits down with the founder of the site, Karl Hylle, to discuss the brand’s origin story, W.D.M. Bell’s elephant hunting, and the mountain goat culling in Grand Teton National Park.