In the latest episode of Pursue The Wild, Kristy Titus embarks upon a journey into some of the most remote territory in the world in Northern British Columbia Canada. Flying over 100 air miles from the nearest road or civilization, in pursuit of mountain caribou with North River Outfitting. Click below to learn more about North River Outfitting: http://northriveroutfitting.com/all-h...
Join Kristy Titus in her latest episode of The Wild Kitchen for this delicious recipe featuring wild game meat in a creamy coconut milk gravy making this stroganoff recipe by Wilderness Athlete not only a comforting meal but nutritious.
Prep Time: 10 Minutes
Cook Time: 5-6 Hours
2 LBS Wild Game Meat- Cut into chunks
1 Onion- Chopped
10 Ounces Mushrooms- Sliced
4 Garlic Cloves- Minced
1 1/2 Cup Beef Broth
1/4 Cup Soy Sauce
1/4 Cup Red Wine Vinegar
1/2 Cup Canned Coconut Milk
2 TBSP Fresh Parsley- Chopped
1 TSP Black Pepper
3 TBSP Arrowroot Starch
2 TBSP Water
Put the meat, onion, mushrooms and garlic into the slow cooker. In a separate bowl, whisk together the broth, soy sauce, vinegar, parsley and pepper. Pour this into the slow cooker. Cook on low for 5-6 hours. Add the coconut milk and stir. Whisk together the water and arrowroot starch then add it to the slow cooker. Let it continue to cook another hour until it has thickened.
1 Head of Cauliflower
1 TBSP Coconut Oil
1/2 TSP Salt
1 TSP Black Pepper
Cut the cauliflower into small florets. Use a food processor to grate the cauliflower into "rice." Heat the oil in a large skillet over medium heat. Add the cauliflower, salt and pepper. Cook about 5 minutes until it has softened but is not mushy.
Drop a bomb on odors- Laundry Bombs are new easy-to-use, water soluble multi-chamber packs that consist of Dead Down Wind’s proven enzyme-based detergent, now with 50% more enzymes. Laundry Bombs are effective on natural, technical, synthetic or carbon garments to remain undetected afield.
Join Kristy Titus in the latest episode of Pursue The Wild where she returns to Colorado, to one of her favorite late season elk hunting spots on the Rocky Mountain Front.
A properly fitted rifle is sure to make any day at the range or afield more fun and successful by allowing the shooter to deliver well-placed shots. In the latest episode of Pursue The Wild, Tips From The Wild, join Kristy Titus as she discusses correctly fitting your personal rifle from length of pull, cheek comb height and optic eye relief. Also, showcasing a few of her favorite Ruger rifle platforms that come out of the box with adjustability.
Warm, roomy, a big foot box, and the ability to pack down to nothing. Less weight and bulk. The industry leading Kifaru Slick Bag has the best warmth to weight ratio on the market, combined with Rhino Skin fabric to produce a bag that is extremely compact when stored, yet lofts up to deliver lifesaving warmth.
In the latest episode of Pursue The Wild, Tips From The Wild, join Kristy Titus and Frank Peralta of Kifaru International to break down how slick the Kifaru Slick Bag really is.
Rifle elk hunting in the Colorado Rockies can hold some of the same thrills found in the peak of the rut from screaming bulls to close encounters. Stay tuned for this action packed elk hunt with Kristy Titus and Marty Pachelli. Originally airing on RMEF's Team Elk Television Show.
The modern sporting rifle is extremely versatile. It has light recoil and superior adjustability making it an ideal choice for anyone that wants to plink, target shoot, hunt, for law enforcement training and self-defense.
In this episode of Pursue The Wild, Tips From The Wild, Kristy Titus showcases the American made, Hornady Frontier Cartridge.
Cabela's & Bass Pro Shops Fall Hunting Classic was August 10-26 and to kick off the biggest sale of the fall, I was at Bass Pro Shops in Nashville TN Sunday August 12 from 12-4 showcasing some of my favorite gear from Ruger, Nightforce Optics, Obsession Bows, Ramcat Broadheads, Trophy Taker, Dead Down Wind, Tinks, Buck Knives and more! It was so fun helping one hunter select a new Nightforce SHV F1 scope and several pick out the right Hornady ammunition for their next big game hunt! I love these events.
It was another great weekend at the 4th Annual Craig Family Camp Womens Shooting Clinic where over 70 ladies learned to shoot, shotgun, pistol, rifle, gun cleaning & concealed carry options.
The camp is supported by the community volunteers that work hard to ensure attendees have an outstanding experience. Support to the event was also given by Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Cabela's, Bass Pro Shops & Buck Knives.
Many of the ladies had never shot a firearm and some hadn’t in over 40 years. Everyone left with big smiles and a sense of new found confidence & empowerment. Thank you to the First Lady of Indiana, the Governor’s wife Janet Holcomb, and State Representatives Peggy Mayfield & Jeff Ellington for attending and volunteering supporting our Second Amendment and legal firearms owners.
It was a great weekend shooting the New England Precision Rifle Seriesmatch with my crew from Ruger including our shooting team captain Doug Koenig, and my friend Laura Evans from Nightforce Optics volunteered as an RO. A huge congratulations to Ruger Engineer Jonathan Mather for winning the Production Division for the second year in a row! Doug finished out in 17th place and I ended with 39th out of 110 shooters.
My gear is better than ever with my 6mm Creedmoor RPR which shooting lights out topped with my Nightforce Optics ATACR scope and Hornady 108gr ELD Match. This match was my top placing finish of the season at a national match. My original goal this season was to finish in the 50th percentile of shooters which I constantly maintained. This match I made the top 1/3! Thanks to my coach Jake Vibbert I have made a lot of progress as a first year competitor over the past few months but I’ve got a lot of work to do.
I’m looking forward to training up for the 2019 season over the fall between hunts.
On today’s special episode of Precision Rifle Channel Podcast, Travis invites “Pursue The Wild” host, Kristy Titus, to the podcast!
Here are just a few things listed on Kristy’s extensive resume: She’s part of the NRA Board of Directors, is a successful shooting instructor and hunter, stars in her own digital series ‘Pursue The Wild’, and serves as a brand ambassador for many companies like Ruger, The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Nightforce Optics, and many more!
Learn more about Kristy, her shooting career, her advice for female shooters in the sport, and more on the PRC Podcast!
0:25 – Kristy’s extensive resume with hunting, shooting sports, and the NRA.
4:08 – How Kristy got into shooting sports and hunting
11:04 – What rifle Kristy is running this year
13:25 –Kristy’s hunting setup VS. her competition set up
15:51 – How many matches Kristy has competed in this year so far
19:10 – Advice to females interested in precision rifle shooting
20:13 – Kristy’s goals going into each match
24:30 – The expenses of paying for gear in precision rifle shooting
26:52 – Any crossovers between precision rifle shooting and hunting?
29:30 – Kristy’s thoughts on Long Range Hunting
32:14 – Pursue the Wild episode with USMC Kirstie Ennis
38:14 – The growth of the sport next year
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As the leaves change in the Midwest and bold colors of fall paint the forest, we know it's coming. Anticipation fills our soul. Soon the search will begin. And we will be there as hunters…waiting for moments.
Join Kristy Titus in her latest episode of Pursue The Wild where she hunts the peak of the Whitetail rut in Missouri waiting for that perfect moment on a mature buck.
When preparing for a hunt, archers are always looking for accuracy in their broadhead. In the latest episode of Pursue The Wild, Tips From The Wild, join Kristy Titus as she demonstrates the accuracy of the Ramcat diamondback. From field tip to broadhead there is no impact shift.
Diamondback is the first fixed blade broadhead to truly fly like a field tip. She even strips the broadhead down from three down to no blades to demonstrate the aerodynamics from the concave scoop ferrel design.
Calling and being a successful archery elk hunter is simply time on the mountain learning to judge elk behavior, what they are telling you with their vocalizations, and putting all of that information together to create the best strategy that you can with the information that you know at the time.
In the latest episode of Tips from the Wild as part of the Pursue The Wild series, Kristy Titus shares a few general tips that will help increase your success this archery elk season.
- Tell a story with your vocalizations
- When to bugle and when to be quiet
- Dealing with non-shooters
- Calming a barking elk
- Use of scents while on the hunt
- Use of decoys
- Trust your camo