Episode 007 - The Modern Huntsman

On this episode of the By Land Podcast, I chat with Brad Neathery and Tyler Sharp from Modern Huntsman to talk about what they're doing for the hunting community and why it matters.  Brad and Tyler are the brains behind the Modern Huntsman and have one goal in mind; to change the way hunting is portrayed to the world by telling it through the eyes of those who actually do it.  This is done through a bi-annual publication that will include incredible images and stories of those who live the hunting life. 

Throughout our talk, you'll learn about the origin of the Modern Huntsman, who's behind it, why they've decided to embark on such an effort, and what they're ultimate goals are with the publication.  Whether you agree or disagree with hunting, I think you'll find sincerity in the way Modern Huntsman communicates what hunting actually is.  You'll want this magazine on your coffee table for years to come and will likely find yourself flipping through the pages dreaming of the landscapes and lifestyles that are displayed on the pages.

Brad and Tyler are the real deal.  They're passionate and honest about what it is they're doing and what the challenges are.  You'll hear them discuss the Kickstarter campaign they're currently in the middle of and how those funds will help create the first issue of the publication.  If after hearing their story you believe in their mission, I highly encourage you to follow the link below to their Kickstarter page and donate what you can to help them reach their goal. 

Thank you so much for joining me for this episode.  As always, if you have any questions at all, don't hesitate to reach out.  I'd love to hear from you.


By Land,

Emory Ronald

Show Notes and Links 

  • Introductions to Brad Neathery and Tyler Sharp
  • What is the Modern Huntsman
  • The origin story MH
  • Why MH matters
  • Who's involved
  • Kickstarter Campaign
  • How listeners can help
  • Brad and Tyler's advice to those looking to learn more about hunting and maybe try it for themselves.
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