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. Freezing cold temperatures and unforgiving topography add to the already-challenging job of finding a giant mule deer buck. On this unique Mexican adventure, Steve finds exciting action for gobbling toms. Battling weather and wary game in mountainous terrain, he uses his spot and stock hunting skills to discover Kiwi red stags are a trophy worthy of the wall and the cook pot. The muskox is delicious and so is the tomcod dipped in seal oil. Steven Rinella prepares a collection of killer appetizers from animals harvested on recent MeatEater episode.
Whether tracking black tail deer in the remote Alaskan Wilderness, or rooting out javelina in Texas, Rinella will defer to his back-country roots, challenging himself at every corner while providing nail biting adventure along the way. Save When will be MeatEater next episode air date? He plans to spend three days alone in the wild hunting for blacktail deer. In addition, Steve and Remi hunt for coyote with the intent of roasting the animal. The hunters will travel light and base out of an alpine hut to find animals Steve has never hunted. Television personality Joe Rogan and his best friend, comedian Bryan Callen, join Steven Rinella for their very first hunt. These introduced sheep from North Africa are hard to find and harder to hunt. Arriving a few days early to scout and tune up their shooting with some squirrel hunting, the ladies enter the next chapter of their hunting journey.
Here, even just one missed opportunity could result in an empty freezer. Steve gives Joe and Bryan the A to Z on hunting, butchering, and cooking the wild turkey. The withdrawal of consent shall not affect the lawfulness of processing based on consent before its withdrawal. Steven Rinella heads into the mountainous desert backcountry of west Texas after Barbary sheep, or Aoudad. Appetites will run large as Steve makes a special meal. Enable cookies Change your cookie settings Marketing cookies We need your personal information processed by Google AdSense, Google DoubleClick, and Amazon Associates to personalize ads and, in particular, to ensure that the advertising on our website will be shown primarily to those users who may be interested in advertised content, services and products.
You can withdraw your consent at any time. Wild pigs are dangerous critters and this is as visceral as a hunt gets. In MeatEater, author and hunter Steven Rinella deconstructs and masters hunting techniques; tracks and pursues prey; and procures his food. He hunts everything from birds to bears. Far from trophy or sport hunting, Rinella stays true to our ancestral tradition of sustenance hunting. But first, he needs to secure some camp meat in the form of wild lamb.
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. On this unique Mexican adventure, Steve will be hunting with friend and expert Jay Scott, who knows the area. To combat the freezing temperatures, Rinella plans to make a hunter's stew to celebrate a successful hunt. Guided only by waypoints shared by a buddy of his, Steven encounters plenty of elk but is plagued by other hunters at every turn — leaving Steven with a tough, ethical decision that. Steve's lifelong friend, Ronnie Boehme has invited Steve out to his digs in Virginia for the dove opener.
With challenging terrain, thick fog, and incessant rain, finding a buck won't be easy. Steve loves to fish as much as he loves to hunt. Steve sets up camp and spends days glassing mountains and canyons for these elusive, wary desert whitetails. 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 the remote wilderness, two friends will look into the differences and similarities between the hunter and the warrior.
Steven Rinella is on New Zealand's South Island for a do-it-yourself, free-range hunt for the majestic red stag. Lightning strikes twice: Steven Rinella has somehow beaten the odds and drawn a second Muskox tag after having to forfeit his first one four years ago due to unforeseen circumstances. On this special Holiday episode Steve cooks three enticing dishes: Wild Turkey Galantine, Smoked Black Bear Ham, and his take on the traditional Mincemeat Pie. To remedy their meat crisis while keeping them dry, Steve sets up a springtime wild turkey hunt in sunny California. Steven Rinella and local pig hunting expert, Darren Moore, spend a wild, action-packed day tracking down Captain Cook boars in the thick New Zealand bush. Steven Rinella and his friend and wild turkey specialist, Robert Abernathy, head to southern Florida to hunt Osceola gobblers.
Once the animal is bagged he demonstrates how to process the game and cook it. The bears here are on a quest to fatten up on high elevation blueberries before they hibernate for the winter. In the wide open desert plains, Steve will have to work hard to stalk within range of a mature buck. As fishing and campfire cooking offer time for reflection, Steve takes the time to recall a few memorable MeatEater meals. He'll paddle his canoe through the marsh to camp and bow fish for sucker, bowfin, and gar. The men will travel light and hunt for food as they go, basing out of an alpin. Whether tracking blacktail deer in the rainforests of Alaska or rooting out javelina in the deserts of West Texas, Rinella defers to his backcountry roots, challenging himself at every corner while providing an amazing adventure along the way.