19 Burst results for "Remi"

"remi" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

01:35 min | Last month

"remi" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

"The very final number one spot. i gotta give to the himalayan tar. I'm tara just bad ass. They've got it's a mountain goat with a lion's mane. They've got like this guerrillas striped back way that they walk around and just stomp around especially when they're running it is just so cool but aside from that civilization There's there's just something about where the tar live up by the glaciers in the real tough mountains every tar trip in my opinion is always been an adventure. It doesn't matter if it's just a day trip. Where i i drive up hike into a spot of a river valley or some where we get dropped for week from a chopper like just a a real remote backcountry spot or just you know spending a week going up a rear valley during the rut in just trying to pick out a big tar. There's just something about him. That is just it's awesome. It's the epitome of mountain hunting. You've got to be part. Mountaineer part is just like in that alpine in that very dangerous terrain. There's just some real form adventure with it. And i love that about tar hunting. And that's the reason. The tar comes in at our number one south of the equator fall. Hunting season spot. Will that concludes my top five. South pacific or south of the equator fall. Hunts if you're right now coming into fall. Please share your hunting videos with me. You're hunting.

South pacific top five equator a week of the equator fall south of the one
"remi" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

04:57 min | Last month

"remi" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

"Now that we've gone through our list of top five spring hunts admittedly. I have spent most of my life chasing the fall and honestly the only thing that could keep me away from heading down to the southern hemisphere to to get into another fall season was a worldwide pandemic and cutting the distance being listened all over the world. There's no way. I can leave out my friends just coming into that fall season so i'm going to do a countdown of my favorite south pacific corey. Things are closed to get over there for north america. But maybe good way about think about some hunting adventures in the future so this list was really tough for me. I had a tough time organizing it because if you ask me a week from now it'll probably be different. There's so many things that i loved to chase over there between australia and new zealand primarily. But there's also some great hunts in a lot of these species in argentina and other places around the world. So let's just dive into the top five list. Oh and before. I get into the top five lists. I know there's going to be a lot of. There's a lot of people out there that are gonna listen to this a lot of my podcast listeners. That are hard. Sandra hunters and i have not yet got to do that. That good lends samba hunt. I was supposed to be going last year and had plans to maybe go a couple years in a row i know undoubtedly. I'll probably love it. However i can't add it to the list. That's the caveat to this list. Because i know there's a lot of you out there all right so we're going to jump into the list. Starting at number. Five number. Five i went. This was tough. But i went with russa. It's a really fun dear to chase. I like the aspect that they live in a variety of terrain. But i like that still hunting jungle type hunting. I also love how aggressive they rut and the way the stags fight but they can be like also quite solitary and fairly aggressive. I think it's a it's a fun hunt. They've got kind of micro roar thing going on and just the terrain itself really lends it to a really fun hunt The few places that i have got to hunt them every three or four different places has been all mostly that more jungle type terrain and i really enjoyed that. That more mountain really thick cover the country finding those trails and finding those those places where they're at as fortunate to have an opportunity to chase some other rousson more open terrain in that was really cool. Being able to watch how aggressive they wrote in around that like more water aquatic type country in russert can be very aquatic type. Dear so if you get that opportunity to hunt that that's pretty awesome. Seen go out and feed in the water. And just like give you more option. What i did find. They can be fairly pattern. -able i know there's a lot of guys that set up. Do ambush hunts forum. But during when they're running just calling is a is a lot of fun. I love that opportunity. Just call back and forth and they definitely made the list coming in at number five number. Four i'm going to have to give to the shammy part of me wants to put it at the top and part of me is like okay. It's number four. Because one of the species that originally drew me to want to go to the south pacific to hunt was the shammy after hundred them for a while. I started see other species in different light. They are very beautiful species. I mean they are a very fun hunt in some aggressive mountain type terrain and that like right there is the adventure is the fun i think. One of my favorite ways to hunt shammy. Especially when you kind of chase him with a bo. One thing that i've found a weakness of theirs is not only their curiosity. But they're just determination. I like to figure out like where they're going if you watch him for a little bit you'll see that they've got this route or wherever they want to go and then just trying to get in front of them and cut them off. The are very hard to change their mind when they've got something that they wanna do. There's been times where i've been hunting like. Oh they're going there and and we move and get into position and it's like okay. Oh they saw me no. They're gonna walk you there right through me or right past which is actually pretty cool but they can be very difficult to find a new zealand. They're in the past. There's been a lot of areas where their numbers have been declining. And that makes it tough when they're hard to find. It's actually more of a in many instances when you actually when i actually see one in especially in an area where. I'm not expecting to see him. It's like oh yeah hunts on. I can't believe actually spot a sham. Here and i like to hunt them around that kind of like that fringe habitat where it's that cliffe's stuff but on the brush edge does always a lot of fun to to catch him in those little brushing guts as brushing gullies and work creek bottoms especially in good shammy country so coming in at number four.

argentina australia north america new zealand south pacific corey russert last year One one south pacific five lists Four four different places Five One thing five spring hunts number four hundred years every three
"remi" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

05:22 min | Last month

"remi" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

"On like this valid here is an absolute tank quite a few years earlier. I'd been guiding and there's a couple different scores systems for international type game. So the one i like to use safari club system. Because it doesn't necessarily penalize you for what the animal grew it's kind of. It's a good way to compare apples to apples because you're discredited for maybe something. That's a little bit different on one side or the other and then there's the douglas score system which is quite a bit different. But it's really favoring cemetry very similar to our boone and crockett or pope in young club system. So i'm looking at this book through the by knows and like this thing is a beast seen a buck as big as this one even the one i was chasing before. I don't think it was this big. This was a buck that i had not seen before. He was the king of the hill. And a few years earlier i had actually guided to what was the or been on the hunt with The free range archery world record for sei. And i looked at this. The stagnant like this fellow book is just. He's bigger than that book. I knew what i had in front of me and it was a giant. So mike okay. Calm yourself you've got to make this happen so it's just pure open and i'm behind this rock and i'm like okay. He's got a ton does with him he started like he's croaking and then another kind of comes in and starts pushing this door around. He doesn't like it. He gets up off his bed out of his pad in starts going and start pushing these dear. Okay i gotta stay on them because there's so many folds in the hills and everything he could just disappear so i dropped down and i tried thinking i might be able to circle around and cut him off getting this wash. I'm like running trying to make sure. I don't spook anything. Other deer round getting into position is that time of day toward the end of the day. So i get up around. And i see him once more going over the next rise and they're just like running after these does pushing them around. He's running off bucks. Whatever so they go down. I start following down. I'm just like so thankful the wind was good. I'm moving down. And i see his antlers. Like a his big palms up above the slope below me. And then i lose him again so i start every time i see him making a plate stock in. They're trying to get the wind right. So i hustle around the mountain. Mike okay. i'm gonna cut him off here and find him i go. I'm moving quick. I'm trying to make sure nothing's going wrong. But i also want to get to that spot. Before where i think they're going i get their nodia. I'm like oh man. Did i lose him. It's almost that time of day where it's like all right so kim thinking about him where could they go so i start working down into this next pocket okay. They didn't go this way. You're past me or went. the back. the way they went came from sort of to start working this other way. I don't see anything. don't see anything. I'm working down this kind of craggy rocky thing. And i actually a group of does all right so i threw my binders up classroom. And then i hear this croaking echoing in the canyon below me. Well there's a lotta bucks around but maybe this is it. So i get set up in sure enough. I see antler tips down blowing sweet. So a self filming. I set my camera like all right. Just why shot crawl in. I crawl and get to position. He's like sixty yards out range him and he's now moving up and pushing the does he's like below me fairly close but i can't get a shot and so he works up the hill across search pushing those does and he comes to this point where he's like broadside drawback anchor in shoot arrow hits mark and the buck like runs appeal. I'm thinking oh man. Like what happened. But i could tell that he so rutted up. I don't think he actually knew he got hit. It was windy enough. They didn't hear the bogle off. I think he just heard something. And then he sees the does running follows. The does over the ridge and i decided to let him let him wait. The next morning. I come back and Sure enough over to where i saw him. Disappear there's a little thick at their look in there and there is the buck of a lifetime For somebody that's pretty stoked on fallow deer hunting just walking up on this and and knowing that this was one that i took with my bow not bringing someone else to it was one of those moments that are few and far between one hundred. A lot of things shot some really nice animals. I've looked for big animals in some some situations but the most part like i. I really enjoy being picky with fallow deer. Especially because i have an opportunity to hunt a good place and to be able to take a buck of this. Caliber was just incredible later on. I actually ended up having the scored for sei and he was at the time. The number one are sri taken fallow deer free range which was just like it was cool. Because you're like hey cool but it's just a testament to what an incredible bucky was. And i'll never forget the first time that i laid eyes on them and now having him right. Here's is podcasting looking at. Just this awesome animal. It's a good memory and just one of those things that i can't wait to get back out there and see if maybe one day there's one bigger if i never see one even close. I'll still be as happy as i am right now..

Mike sixty yards one hundred next morning one side one first time few years earlier a kim safari club scores those things
"remi" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

06:36 min | Last month

"remi" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

"All right. Now we are down to the number one spot the king of spring and this spot is gonna go to drum roll please. Spring bears are. Is i think for me or a lot of people western hunters when we think about spring. The reason that turkey's hits number five on the list is because we have other things to hunt in that number one primary thing that people get to chase. Would we bears during the spring there. Spring seasons in Quite a few different states many offer over the counter tags there are some states out west. That only offer a fall hunt but Idaho montana wyoming has some spring action. Utah has some spring hunts. there's a few good spring hunts out there where you can just pick up a tag over the counter and head out hunt One reason that. I think bears kind of become the king. Spring is because you know spring bear. Hunting is a very difficult endeavoured to kind of really figure out especially when it comes a spot and stock. there's lots of different tactics for hunting bears. So let's just break down like this here. Are the three main hunting tactics forbears. It'd be spot in stock. It would be with hounds or be baiting. Not all states offer all those options so some states like montana. It's spot sock. Only idaho offers spot in stock hounds and beating and then there's you know states with other combinations of whatever for most people spring bear hunting generally tends to be spot and stock. I did a two part series last season. You can go back and find about the spring bear hunting tactics and i know that those have helped a lot of people kind of try to crack the code on spring bears. One thing that makes bears kind of at the top of the list for me. is you know. Actually hunting him in the fall can be a lot more difficult than hunting him. In the spring bizzare concentrated on food sources and so figuring out those food sources in like planning your hunt around that as things. Progress throughout spring is a good way to hone in on bears but another really cool thing about spring. Bears is just the terrain in the country. They're in it can be a mountain type punt it can be very fun glancing optics intensive hunt. I kind of think of it very similar to like a mountain goat hunt early in the spring. Because i like to get up in the high alpine and look for those new shoots when they're coming out of emerging out of their dens and hitting those i kind of bits of grass and then as spring progresses i kind of changed my tactics to the places i look and kind of go more off those logging roads in those other things but it's also a great way to get out at this time of year and get into some areas where you might want to consider hunting in the fall. I use a lot of my spring bear hunting as scouting new areas. Every time i go on a spring bear hunt and you kind of think of an area where this this year. If i go out. I'm going to be picking a spot where it's like oh i have never hunted elkins spots. I'm gonna go scout it out for spring bears and then kind of started to learn the area for other hunts later on as well. I think in my mind as just a a western hunter when it comes to thinking about hunts in the springtime bears just at the top of my mind at the top of the list. It's an awesome hunt and to be honest spring. Beer meat is excellent. It's got a little bit of fat but it's not too fatty not too greasy. They're generally eating that new growth of grass and other things for own intents and purposes the beginning of the spring they're primarily herbivores sometimes. They'll get in the rock size and try to get a little squirrels and stuff. I've seen them gobble up. Moths on avalanche slides. But for the most part they're really hammering dandelions really really nutrient buds of pine or sorry Furs and other things. Just like the first green high nutrient. That's what they're getting because they're trying to pack on weight after that hibernation so bear me is really good in the spring. I've never run across a spring bear. That i didn't like i have had some fall. Bear that i thought was a little bit like okay but when it comes to bear meat springtime in my opinions. The best so there's a lot of things going for it and that's why it hits my number one spot hope you guys enjoyed that countdown. It was just kind of fun to put together some some things that i was thinking and thought it might be something fun. Switch up a little bit and you know kinda kinda get people's minds shifted on some hunts coming up some things in the near future. One thing i wanna do for the podcasts for the rest of this month is i kinda got this idea of. We'll make it based on the idea of train. So this month podcasts. I've got a great pack training program. Planned out where you can train like. You're hunting and these waited. Rex will get ready for any hunt. This fall i get a ton of questions of how do i get ready or eleven flat terrain or i just wanna make sure that i'm in l shape prepared for the pack out. What are things that i can do to stay fit to be ready for that. So i've got some ideas for you guys for that. And then i think the other thing that i'd like to train when i think about a hunting hole in what what makes success being able to spot things always high up on that list. So we're gonna sharpener is and i'm going to lay out a way to obtain eagle vision in the upcoming podcasts. So feel free to tag me. Reach out on social media. You know if you're listening today if it's thursday you're right in there on the first people listening. As soon as uploaded. It might be kind of fun just to make your own list today. If you want maybe like put your top five spring or fall hunts or whatever and tag me in it. I love to see where things rate for you. One thing. I didn't actually put on my top. Five list was fishing because we generally talk about hunting. But fishing's pretty high on that list when it comes fall wants. That weather starts warming up. You know. I really love to bust out the fly rod or or grab a bass. Reid had some some local lakes. Some rivers water rivers before they get blown out with the run off but man awesome time of year to just get out and recreate induce on stuff. But feel free to tag me in those. I'd love to see your top five lists and today if you if you do. That'll try to see those and share some of my story and then feel free. If if you completely disagree with my lists tell me why turkey should be at the top. I'm on. I'm all ears The have hope you guys have a great rest of your day. And i will catch you all next.

Utah today thursday Idaho Reid five lists two part this year One reason this month first people five one three main hunting tactics five spring turkey Five list One thing one spot number one
"remi" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

07:04 min | Last month

"remi" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

"Pike with a spear gun spirit fish for pike in the springtime the best time to do it water's cold but they're on the reds their crews in those shallows a little bit and they can be a little bit easier to target that time of year. If that's something you're thinking about doing. I definitely suggest it. It's a lot of fun. Spearfishing is a lot of fun. I would highly suggest you know doing a free diving. Course of some kind. I did a lot of free diving before knowing how to free dive and i did everything wrong i would. I'd hold my breath. i dive down. I would hang out on the bottom longtime. Let my ear out as i as i went up. One thing to think about is just always keeping your aaron. You don't wanna let your hair out that what's going to keep you alive and it's crazy because humans do have this mammalian dive reflects where your body naturally kind of things change in your spleen your lease more red blood cells and and you're actually able to utilize oxygen better. Just the same dive reflexes in wales. That's in Offers that's in. All mammals live in the ocean. Humans have that same dive reflex and so it's pretty cool. It's a very natural thing to be able to dive down but it can also be very dangerous. You wanna make sure that you know the process go with somebody else and And keep it safe but it is a really fun way to hunt underwater in a highly suggest. It number four. Alright we are at number three number three. I'm going to have to give you the wild pig. I mean who doesn't love pork and wild pork. I love wild pork. There's nearly almost every state. There is some opportunity available to hunt pigs. I know There's a couple of states more the more air desert states don't necessarily have it. I don't. There's a few random places in nevada that mostly on private land and arizona has heavily as necessarily wild pigs. I know they say there are some in some places but good luck finding however most places across the us do have wild pig or somewhere to chase wild pigs within a state border something away. There's a lot of ways people chase. Well picks i mean and i and i found many different ways. But i mean there's guys you can hunt pigs with dogs. You can hunt pigs by baiting a trap and then actually just like taking that pig in and feeding it and then butchering division is seems to be pretty popular recently night vision or thermal imaging scope guys on him from helicopters with a ours but honestly i think the best way to hunt pigs is spot in stock. And i love to do at spot in stock with a bo. One of the tactics that i use Of hundred pigs in a lot of different places lots of different countries even and one of the things one of my favorite ways to hunt pigs is to go out on those hot days and look for those like really swampy creek bottom areas where the pigs are going to be laying up pigs. Get hot and if you think about it. Even in the springtime. I like chasing pigs in the spring. Because it's not as hot as it might be in the summer and it's not during that fall season. I also really like chasing pigs in the spring. Because i feel like the meets a little bit better. It's kind of like spring bears where they get all that that region that new growth in the first part of a green up when those plants i sprout out. That's when you're getting all the nutrients later in the year. You know you you. You don't necessarily like in places where you might have a fruit crop or mass crop like acorns or i don't necessarily think acorns make the meat tastes good but any other kind of nut. You don't necessarily have that like in the springtime but we do have is you have that consistent green up so it's like a high quality grass the pigs will route in that also a little bit more nutrient i feel like the the meats always just better in the spring in my opinion and actually i don't mind Pork in the in the summer as well although you do run into some other problems about getting the meat out and other things but i think that with that green up. They're less likely to be feeding on dead animals that they might be in the fall. Time other times of year winter. So i really enjoy the meet the springtime and also it's like a great time year to get out and maybe get yourself into a hunt test out any new gear where you can get some stocks in the wild pig is just an awesome animal to chase with a bow. But you know it's great with a rifle muzzleloader pistol doesn't really matter. What your weapon of choices. But i think that if you're getting into bow hunting especially i you know there's a lot of people listen to few previous podcast getting into hunting man if you can get out on a wild pig hunt. It's an awesome time. Their their sense of smell is really good but their eyesight is not so great. They provide a lot of opportunity to get close. Or if you're going if you're bow hunter getting into traditional bow hunting actually just an recent trip went out and got a a small little pig with my new re curve and it's just a really good way to get in get close get some practice and also bring home some awesome. It's a fun hunt. So one thing that i like to do. One of my favorite ways. The hunnam is middle of the day. Hunting in what i do is pigs are very like they can be nocturnal very popular moving in the mornings and evenings and then they just go lay up all day. If it's hot out. One thing that i found is they go into those creek bottoms. And they kind of create these little wallows. So they'll just wallow like other animals like elk or whatever. So i the first thing i do is i start following these little thick creek things. I start to find those wallows where i'm seeing a lot of sign. I'll do that starting in the mornings or whatever and then all kind of making note drop some pins on my map of where these wallows where these pigs are concentrating and then in the middle of the day i still hunt through there and i just kinda creep around. I use my binoculars even close range because a lot of times you might have like a a really dark colored pig laying in really dark coal. They'll be tucked in. So i want to know where. I think these. These good wallows good spots are and then i get the wind right and then slowly sneak in there a lot of times. They're sleeping or whatever but they're going to be close shots than i either. Wait for him to stand up or you know sneak in get a good arrow in there and that's a lot of fun. That's a really good way to do it in a good way to kind of narrow down. Especially if you're hunting maybe big public tracts. There's some places in california where there's some wild pigs on more public type ground. It can be few and far between compared to some of the private stuff but there are. There are plenty of places where you can get in and use that tactic of kind of hunting. Those little midday wallows to getting in on.

california nevada arizona wales hundred pigs One one first thing One thing one thing first part lot of people of states aaron four three
"remi" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

05:52 min | 4 months ago

"remi" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

"I haven't got a lot of hunting time in with it. But what i've used four so far. I'm pretty stoked on. I also kind of just one of those people. That i get a bo that i still really love the synergy. An old boat. I don't think they don't make anymore but damned it. I love that. Do i still love that bo. i'm just one of those people with bows. I get super sentimental. If i have like a great year with it then i it's hard for me to switch bose. I've always been and i'm like that with rifles as well like i liked to name. I like to spend time with them You know you carry something around for so long and is just one of those things like. I don't like to switch guns all the time i don't like to switch bows all the time I'm pretty sentimental when it comes. I don't even know if it's sentimental it's just you get used to it. It's like you carry it through the mountains for certain amount of time and you have a good season and you're just like oh let's keep these good times roll and man you know you keep that out what it is. I'm sure there's a lot of people that i probably still be shooting. I don't even know if they still like if you could keep abo- up forever. I probably just keep shooting. The same bows that. I've always shot But the i say that. And then i get a new one and i'm like ooh there's things that i really really like about this new beau so i definitely think the nexus takes the. I've shot i actually got to shoot quite a few. Bows this year so that one. I really enjoyed. But like i said i haven't got like hunt time with it yet so as of right now just shooting it out of the box Hands down. i'm pretty stoked on it. But i guess i don't know i always liked to just hunt with it and then come back and give another report so i'm sure if i if i like it out of the box it's gonna hunt. I've never had one that. I didn't like out of the box. not hunt. well pretty good about deciphering that so pretty stoked on that. That's i mean that's one to look out for for sure It's really there's a lot of things. I really like about it so far. Like it's pretty quiet super deaden hand things that i can look for in a bow Especially for like western hunting when you're in the mountains and everything's kind of already unstable a both it's easy to just hold on that spot and then something that you know doesn't really have a lot of knock travel because you know you've got twisted a weird angler. Whatever us want every shot no matter the angle shooting at or whatever. Just go right where you want it So that's been fun This year too. I kinda wanted just give back to the basics a little bit. And it's been so long since i well i would say it's so long every year i hunt with a trad boat but i don't necessarily always film it this year. I just decided to go like old school. Bust out my montana longboat. it's a bear longbow kabila's quite a few years back us like the cabals credit card points and got this thing like maybe three hundred bucks or something like that. Not a lot of fun with that this year. You know just kind of get back to shooting Why i shoot him a lot all the time but then a friend of mine came out this year with his. He had recurvature. Stocker stick. bo. The thing is just like an absolute work of art handmade like beautiful wood. So mike. okay. Need one of these. And i actually just got a stalker stick boat too so if you're looking for something that's like absolutely the best handmade just like beautiful piece of hunting art. I'm gonna hunt with stick. Bow in alaska this week. And then i'm gonna come back in a meal tag with that nexus prime so those are two hundred. I'm really really looking forward to hear coming up and hopefully get first harvest with couple of new bose nothing better than breaking in a new beau on a hunt so much fun. Yeah those will be might hunting partners for the next couple years hopefully like oh i talk about bows and guns like i'm just a special type. It's okay you can continue to listen. Packs oh yeah. You can't talk about gear not talk about pax. Pax i would say is probably the most talked about piece of gear is anything that's uncomfortable and somebody can make it comfortable or task. That's hard and somebody makes it just a slightly a little bit easier. Data good piece of gear the pack. I mean i used glacier work with them a lot. This year i use the sky fifty nine hundred on the x. Curve frame really really solid pack. I mean there's many many pack outs that. I had the heaviest pack out that i had in that pack. This year was a hundred sixty five pounds. I think for. I don't know a really long ways. I mean we started. I started walking daylight. And i ended up at three in the morning getting back. It was It was a slog for sure but The pack really held together ahead stuff strapped. Every word of that thing. I had when you talk about awkward wait. I had care barack rack over the top. Just trying to balance this thing velvet. Sloughing i just ripping all the velvet off because it was hit me in the face and stinking and just didn't have enough room in the pack. That was the only trouble. I think not that the pack is huge. And that's not. I mean like you don't need that much weight. I don't know why. I like to load my pack down so much as they want to have to go back for second trip but i ended up. Ferrying a lotta stuff. Anyways i sure might actually try like a little bit. Maybe go like the sixty nine or seventy nine hundred you know because they shrink down good to you but fifty nine hundred. Pretty dang good for a multi day trips and carrying out lots of meats so that that one gets my stamp of approval on that for sure..

bo kabila Stocker montana alaska mike barack
"remi" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

09:01 min | 4 months ago

"remi" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

"Quality for the price. Because when you're talking about spotting shifts. I mean you can go up to kind of the sky's the limit when it comes to glass and you know as they say. Will you normally get the more you pay the better. It is but i think some optics. There's kind of this happy medium where it's good enough and you don't really necessarily need to go that bit more or you know it's not in the budget but if you can afford this then you're going to be very very very very happy with it and not that. It's not the big purchase as well. But i think that I'm really impressed with it. I've actually was like okay. It's a little bit lighter than some of the more expensive stuff as well so kinda like that. That will wait saving. So i think it's just something to look into. If you're looking for optics those. I was really happy with those. The one optical piece that knocked it out of the park for me the razor l. h. t. rifle scope late hundred tactical hands down the best rifle scope. I've ever used. It has everything that i like. I mean it's kind of like they designed the scope particularly for me and they may have you know i every time i like you guys designed scope for me right. Yeah you know. Because they know that i like the scope that i've liked before it just has the features now that i just wanted in scope. I mean it's really really good. Optical clarity i really like the radical in it it's got also kind of a light up radical it's super lightweight but has all the tactical features as well. So it's got one thing that i think is absolutely necessary for hunting. Roy a feature. That i really like is a locking turrets. I like Moh scope so this one has got locking elevation capped. Wendish it's perfect. It's everything that i've ever asked in. Scope it also has like easy to do zero stop. It's easy to adjust. Because i'm actually like when i go somewhere i'll get out like let's say i'm going on a trip actually this week. I just shot my gun at the range yesterday. When i get there seems to be different. Elevations everything. I like to set my ballistics for where i'm at and the temperature and everything like that so i'll just actually recite that scope. Pull that top cap off reset my zero stop and boom. I'm good to go there and it takes me two seconds you know. It's like super easy. I love everything about the scope. It's revered ask me what's the best ever made right now. I would say for. Ticks razor l h t the steph link. Got my name all over it. I guess the sensor talking about him as we'll talk about guns the best gun of twenty twenty best. One that i used i would say i really liked the sako. Carbon light I like a light gun. I got it and six five. And i if you've listened to me talk. You know that my favorite caliber is a three hundred short. Magnum would have got it. It's like how many three hundred short mags does again need. I don't know it's just like every everything through in a short but they didn't make this one in three hundred short and i liked the features of it so the six five creamer shot six five creamer a lot. I don't think it's like the best caliber ever made. But i don't think it's bad either scrape for for a lot of different things in hunting caribou with this year. A deer elk. Everything was one shot awesome. So the thing. I really liked about the gun. Just like the ergen adjustable trigger just super comfortable. Super lightweight definitely definitely a really high quality gun super accurate so i definitely liked that and i guess go onto best suppressor of twenty twenty the best suppressor twenty twenty. I'm going to have to say hands down surefire titanium. I got it in thirty khow that way. I put it on everything. So it's it's pretty sweet is lightweight i've got it currently on that soko carbon light six five but i got thirty so i can just put it on pretty much any rifle that i own. You can put a brake on your gun. And then it's got a quick thread adapter to go over your muzzle brake. I know some people think that those might not be as accurate because it's seated same but the brakes are indexed on. There is scott like this so the kind of put it on the same every time little index thing on the break threads on and just like a essentially a full or half. Turn kind of thing seats on there. I've had no problems with accuracy with it. Actually kind of increase the accuracy on some of the other guns that i've put it on and it's awesome it. It does a good job. Making the takes the crack out of the rifle protects. Your ears a little bit and also takes a little bit of jump out of the rifle. It's really nice because you can squeeze off that round and you're still on target even if on higher magnification you can watch the impact and it's really nice hunting alone or even with other people. It's nice to have that not blow your drums out like a regular break does so that one. That one's been good. I think i got it took me. You know everybody asks questions about the suppressors and other things. It didn't take me that long to get tax stamp for it. I think it was kind of right around cove. It and i thought oh man this is gonna take forever. This is a bummer. I think Let's see. I sent in my paperwork in march and got it september so wasn't actually too bad I don't know what the wait times are like now but if it's something you're thinking about died highly highly suggests getting one Most states is legal. The hunt with so. That's kind of a that was like a fun purchase for myself this year. that man. I really really liked that one. I actually got a couple of 'em 'cause like i tried a couple of different ones. But that one was hands down better than the other ones that i that i got so i was really impressed with that. Since we're still talking about firearms here and we'll get into some bow stuff. You're shortly Best ammo of twenty twenty. It's gotta be terminal ascend. Federal terminal ascent. I've had really really good luck with it and for me. Bullet choice is huge. Because i'm looking for something with good be see. I'm looking for something that. I think it kind of talked about this earlier but looking for something that also has good killing power like you. It needs if it's used for hunting. So i started getting disenfranchised of some ama- that's like it was more targeted ammunition that they're selling hunting ammunition. That didn't perform like hunting ammunition. There's a lot of manufacturers doing that and it just really there irking me a little bit and this is performing like targeting ammunition but on game is definitely having that that knocked down power that controlled expansion. Like from a short-range too long range. So i'm pretty stoked on that. Actually just i just cited my three hundred short in with it Yesterday and man. It was like just a subway. Group at two hundred yards is less than i'd say less than an inch for sure. Five shot group at two hundred with it. So i'm like all right. That's awesome and it was out of a gun. That was a little bit finicky with some other ammo. So that's nice. Because i spent a lot of i i mean i did a lot of testing and it likes so that's nice but then also hunted a lot with this year. You know out of my six five and everything. I've shot one shot drop like dead. That's what you want in hunting ammo and so it's been pretty good. We took it on caribou hunt. I think Three out of the four care but we were shot with that. Same ama- Actually and then a couple of wolves and deer and Elk cow elk and the cow. Okla you know it's just perfect. Four hundred yards lined up shot. Drop dead kind of thing and that's what you like. That's what you want your ammo to do what you want your shots to do so Very very happy with that this year. That definitely gets an award for me. Let's go into some boasts stuff. I think the best boat. Let's do best bows of twenty twenty. I mean i'm prime. Shooter worked with prime. I've been cheating. Prime swirl longtime their new nexus bo- i like a lot better than the black. I think that there is some things that i didn't necessarily like about the black as much but have been like it wasn't a bad boy by any means but this next though i think is just a step up from it and so i'm pretty stoked on that. I haven't got a lot of hunting time in with it. But what i've used four so far. I'm pretty stoked on. I also kind of just one of those people. That i get a bo that i still.

creamer Roy scott Okla
"remi" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

02:36 min | 5 months ago

"remi" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

"Will that concludes our glancing strategy. Are two part glasses. what to look for. I think if you can put all those things into practice as i said last week you know understanding all those things in the way that they work together. What you're doing is you're you're letting your eyes do the looking in your mind doing the sorting and you can turn those filters in those layers on off if you think about your eyes are just the window to your brain processing everything and you say okay. Now i'm gonna pick those colors boom. Throw the search parameters out there and do that fast. And then you're you're also constantly looking for that shape in that size and understanding and trying to catch movement by doing all that all the time. There's going to be very little that you don't catch. You can be the guy there. People that are really good at it and hopefully i know. There's a lot of people that. Listen to this podcast. Are these people that not very much gets by not much get spotted before you and they probably if they really thought about it. Have this similar process going. When i talked to other people that i know that i say these guys are good. Get picking out animals. These guys are good glasses. They're good at spotting game. These are some of the things it's hard to verbalize but it's actions that that we might not even realize so. I think it's something that when you go out there. And you put The label on it and say this is how you do it. The search pay attention to it and you search a home that skill and you start to get better. I think it's just something fun. Because when you've you've got limited maybe you've got limited time. You're you're going to go out on the weekend and hunt and you've got a good spot. You're looking at the right times in the right areas. You want to be able to find what you're looking for one of the main complaints or like i think struggles i get from people them saying. How do i know that. I've seen everything i don't know if i'm looking in the right areas did i. What did i miss and building this out being better picking out the things that are there. Yes you will probably still miss stuff but you can train your brain to help you find what you're looking for by understanding you know this for basic things the size reference the shape choosing the colors and then looking for movement and you're gonna be more successful in the field so as always thank you guys for listening. I think you appreciate the support all the great messages of success. They've come in. If you get a chance that you like the podcast feel free to share it with your friends family coworkers. Hunting buddies make them is good outdoors as you are and then you just have be unstoppable. It just be meat filled freezers for life. And that's the goal here. Right so key films freezers. I'll catch you all next.

"remi" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

06:57 min | 5 months ago

"remi" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

"Now i'd say for a lotta animals also understanding that as you get further away. You know the environment in contrast but think about lighten dark contracts. If everything around his dark. I look for the things that are light. If everything around his light i look for the things that are dark. If i'm glossing a big loss of open big grassy meadows. Maybe that gray. Sage i mean it is like light background. I'm going to start looking for the shadows of the animal or the necessarily shadows. The animal the animal shadowed in wet. It's at think about seeing a you talk about camouflage and you've got a person up close cammo go a mile away and they just look like the human object. It's really dark. Walking around same goes for animals. Yes their coats blend in. But also you know getting your mind to picture the differences in contrast the lights and darks. If i'm glad like i said if i'm glass ceiling big open grassy meadows for l. everything's light. Everything's kind of elk color. So now i just start to think dark that dark brown that dark that black. Maybe it's around the back end of a bull or that like main of a bowl. Search thing dr. Can you start picking out those pieces. If everything around is maybe more force it area maybe more out a little bit more brash and other things then i started to think light. Start to think okay. Pick out the whites of the bodies and start to kind of narrow in what i'm looking for the the white off the mule deer is opposed to the gray in the lot of sage or maybe some more of those brown colors and combine that with the size the shape and then as we go into movement movement is the first thing that most people look for but is honestly the easiest way to spot animals. Most animals that get spotted are based on movement their movement. Looking at something that everything should be still something moves through it that catches your eye allows you to focus in one thing. I like to do whether. I'm quick glossing or just previewing an area when i sit down glass i like to think of looking for that movement and how i do that is a. I generally want to find movement. Based on a wide view that means getting using benach years more than my spotting scope. It would be looking at the mountain or the hill in this really wide view in this kind of panoramic and just letting my i stare at the picture and then catch movement. In between there's many times where movement might just be the tree swaying back and forth but you're keen on the movement when you add movement into your search hammers start to pick up a lot of other things. That aren't just what you're looking for. It's crazy 'cause you'll be looking out there and you'd be like There's a magpie magpie from a mile two miles five miles away like whoa okay. Because you caught the movement. I was drawn to and now you can also use those other things that you see moving to go back to your size reference your shape and just tests the fact that you're actually seeing what you're looking for. Movement is one of the best ways to verify that something is what you think it. Is you know you you these other search parameters goes off you focus on something that looks like it might be a deer and then you watch it you stare at it and you see if it moves. That's like the tried and true test of is that what i'm looking for. How does it move. Is it moving many times. What i'll do is. I'll go between not only glossing but also using when i talk about movement using my naked eye or without glass all do a lot of glossing through the binoculars through the optics in that wide view. Zooming it out sitting there and just staring at the hill and just looking for things that move things that look different things that change unecessarily trying to look for the animal but just looking for things that are moving in that really wide view. You'll be surprised that you start to catch movements of different things and you start to notice a lot more so things that you might not notice ahead of time when you're looking for an animal you go to this really wide view and you stare and you. There's then you through your binoculars up. Turns out to be deer. Turns out to be this. It turns out to be that if you've got decent vision it's a really good way to kind of back. That view like i like to back the view in and out so i'll go from really wide is to binoculars back to is to maybe spotting scope at a distance to binoculars at a distance. And what i'm doing is. I'm just looking in observing and waiting for that movement because there might be especially in times of morning and evening when you're expecting movement but even in the middle of the day when you aren't expecting movement could be the best time to really hone in one caveat to movement is what about those times a day when there isn't any movement like middle of the day heat of the day. How do you find animals when it's really good area. You know there should be something here. But they're probably betted up. What i do in that scenario is i go more zoomed in and try to catch little movements. There's so many times that the deer that i've spotted were deer in the shade. And i caught the flick of an ear. There's always something moving the flick of a tail. The step of a leg zoomed in on those betting areas trying to look for small movements not necessarily large movements and you might get a little wind and branches are moving. But at least you know you're keen on things that are moving so you you're using your brain to kind of go from this just looking for the animal to looking for pieces of the animal shapes of the animal colors of the animal and then certain movements they will trigger you into spotting more animals if you think of it broken down into those pieces and this are giving your brain cues to look for all these things at once. I guarantee you. You're gonna start spotting a lot more animals a lot faster with a lot less effort than most other people looking. You're gonna find things that other people don't notice and it's just gonna come natural at some point it's going to be something where you're just throw up and there's this there's that and it might just be a piece of e- saw something in your brain triggered the effect that now. I gotta look a little closer. They're focusing focusing. Yes that's what i'm looking for. And that really is the essence of you. Know where to look. You found the good spot. How do you find what you're looking for fairly quickly fairly easily or knowing that you didn't miss anything. Honestly i think that's the best way to do is having those kind of search parameters by using by utilizing and understanding the size reference of how things are looking for different shapes understanding that you can turn on and off the thought of color to help you eliminate a lot of the things that don't matter and bring in some of the things that do and then using the difference in zoom where you're looking wide and then moving wider checking movement by combining all those things you will be way way way more proficient..

"remi" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

04:09 min | 5 months ago

"remi" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

"I'm gonna give them hand if the buckets up or does anything crazy. 'cause he moves in that and we're both stocking in we'll never know where he went so if he moves. I'm a guide him into where the year's gone now. We have this contingency. I'm gonna stay up on point and just watch the deer. And then i'm going to guy jason in with hand signals so the way we do our hand signals. I i to take my hat off in point in the direction that the dears going. If i'm close enough. I've got like i'll turn my hat backwards or like wave my arms if the years like gone. If it's blown you know. Wave my arms and i was gonna move positions. We have a couple of different positions of the deer. Still where it was. I'm going to be sitting right where i am. If the dears up. I'll probably stand up and then if it's like still bedded you know i'll be sitting there where i was. And then there's this other rock over to our side. So if i go to the rock that means it's blown it's over and then i'll guide him in if the deer moves so it's close enough where we can kind of see each other. So jason creeps. He has to lose sight of the buck to go around. He drops down he pops up to the right spot kind of guide him to the spot that i thought he'd probably get a view. So you guys. He's glancing back at me. I'm glossing back at him. The bucks bedded so jason's setup. He's i can see he's on the gun. I'm just watching the buck okay. Nothing's happening. nothing's happening. I'm kind in line where i can see both of them at the same time. So jason turns around. It's like getting late and like man. This is not going to stand up so he looks at me and he kinda like taps his wrist like he's like time's running out now. Mike i m thinking i know i know and then we got this. Like buddy has. This is kind of joke but kind of serious. He calls it the warning shot. It came about on accused hunt. We call called the mike markazi warning shot where somebody sh- you shoot to get the animal. Stand up then you can get a shot so we're running out of shine and i see jason. He's looking at me and he's like giving me the like pointing at me and then like aiming in like shoot and i'm thinking we were just kind of joking. 'cause before he went down i was like. Hey the doesn't stand up in time. Give him the a warning shop. So he's like pointing at me and like trigger. Okay he wants me to try to get the buck to stand up. And i'm far enough away. I'm like that's not a bad idea. There's a tree close by. I've got my rifle and like all right. We're going to try because were we're almost. Were just cutting it close by the time we bought your hike out of there get back. You know somebody's meeting us with a boat that night like it's their last night. We're going out of there after this. We don't have any communication devices so we really need to figure this out. Get that deer and hopefully make it back within a reasonable hour before boat leaves. So i decided i'm gonna do the warning shot from my position. And then hopefully that. We'll get the deer to stand up. So i pick a tree. That's near me in a safe direction. I load up around bo. Fire right into the tree. Ym sound goes out. I look through scope like oh yeah this good. Nothing happened absolutely nothing happened. All right was duty in bo- wham hammer that clues tree look back through the scope. Nothing happened jason. Just reading are one more boom. Why am i see. The kind of like shakes look up. And then just slowly stand up looking through the scope bo one shot jason drops the buck buck down and the patented warning in this particular instance paid off. It was a really crazy spot like the last day and just a lucky. I would almost say a lucky spot but just a spot where we're trying to use everything we could to find one last year and turned out to be a great book and his first black tailed deer. Last week we started on part one talking about glossing and my four tenths of glossing were size shape color and movement..

jason mike markazi Mike i hunt
"remi" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

06:23 min | 5 months ago

"remi" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

"Right now actually sitting in my little cabin. It's raining outside hoping to go out and hunt some deer this afternoon. But i need to record a few podcasts. Thinking about we talked about last week. Laughing and i was just trying to kind of rack. My brain of some some good hunting stories. And i look over and i see my brother sitka black tailed deer mounted here on the cabin law. And i'm like that was an amazing spot. And so this story takes place on kodiak alaska and it was in early october which if you're familiar with black tailed deer hunting. That's not the best time to hunt. Its pre rut posts a alpine bucks out in the summer. Range is just kind of an interesting time where we'll actually for many deer species that october timeframe can be really difficult because the bucks breakoff. They're by themselves. They're just in these thickets. Kind of preparing for the rut saving up conserving energy and they can be very little movement. Very hard to find. This week was definitely that we had trouble just turning up any deer not only that but it was just kind of an off year for kodiak were experienced a little bit of a die off and there wasn't a lot of year round. But you know you you had a good opportunity may be finding good. Buck is jason's first black tail hunt and we're out there and we're just like it's the last day of our hunt and he hasn't got a buck yet. I shot a bach friend of mine. Shot a buck that we were hunting with an jason's guy that's willing to help everybody and then puts himself at the bottom of the last year. He just one of those. That is a great guy to hunt with. And he's not only really fun to hunt with but he always loves just help other people get their animals any always ends up doing pretty good even though he he sends it down to the wire naturally is a fitting story because he's actually hunting black tales right now with some other friends. So what a great great story to tell this week but it was just one of those weeks where it was very tough very difficult hunting and we weren't seeing much as the last day jay or like all right. We're just going to give it our all. We're gonna go on a major mission. We hiked up from the beach. We're gonna hike up to the alpine. We're gonna work this ridge. The entire length of this ridge end just glass in all the spots that look good lead up their glasses. We aren't seeing much. I'm as we're halfway up the mountain. I look spot a doe and fawn in this little like this this ridge as we search near the alpine these little tiny pine trees and they crossed from this thick stuff. Like almost like I guess it'd be like all others and devil's club on this On the one face over into these like sub alpine little firs little short little christmas tree looking things in disappear like ooh dear on that ridge. Let's go they were does. We're hunting bucks but hey dear. That's maybe a good sign so we bust through a ton of brush to get up there just like really thick authors Growing in that. I would say they're like twelve foot tall in baseball bat sizes like we were battling to get up to the spot. We break through into the alpine of just got this really great view. We're glassy and we don't actually see the same dear but we work around the face. The wind's blowing up from the bottom. So it's good wind and we're like okay. Midday is our last day. The leaves have started to fall off this one pocket. And we're just looking at this pocket going vape deer. We're in here. This pocket looks incredible. We've got a really good vantage. We're just gonna sit here in glass too. We find a book. So we're sitting there glasses glossing blasting. I've got the binoculars. And i'm like we cannot turn up dear so he started thinking to myself. I'm like just trying to picture. I'm just thinking to myself ok. What am i gonna look for everything. I'm kind of looking like the colors. There's all the colors of the deer. They don't have a lot. i started to think. Okay just look for something white. Maybe i'll get lucky and spot. It's taylor whatever. I'm just thinking finds something white something and i'm glad i've got my binoculars out on top of actually had my spotting scope and i sent my binoculars on top of them sunglasses on the tripod and just thinking whitewater finds them and also my eye catcher something that looks good. I go down. Get the spotting scope on it kind of lose it because just so i'm like looking through all this crap is just so many sticks and twigs and everything that's a ways off on the other side of the canyon. Look back through the binoculars and spotted again. I'm jay okay. I think there's a deer here. Let's get the spotting scope out and start focusing. There's all this stuff in the way in between me and this white spot some role in the folks in finally get folks who bach big buck. There's this nice. What i'd call three point three by three with regards like past his years. Just a solid hundred edge type black tail on a week that we hadn't been seeing very many black so this is the best buck of the trip. Last day the hunt heck yeah and he's bedded in this thicket kind of by himself. So dang okay what he's too far to shoot from here and there's just like way too much stuff and he's bedded so we're like we're going to devise a plan because we gotta get. This book is a good buck. So we decide if he stands up. There's like a log right in front of him picture almost like a it. It's on the side of mount. Business is kind of thick. There's all there's there's like this fallen log and he's kind of like in this real wet spot kind of high now where. there's like. Some dead fall timber in this little open. And that's how we spotted him and there's enough clearing above and we just need him to stand but he's very well hidden and you've got to get into the right position so i think it was like seven hundred yards away so jason's going to we kind of picked a spot where we thought there's this intermediate ridge jason get three hundred yards in have a shot but we're now racing against the clock because we're on a time crunch is the last day we spotted him in in the kind of late afternoon. And it's gonna get dark. We still have to make our way back to camp because we're getting a boat right out so we need to get. We're kind of like racing against the clock to get to the boat. But also we've got this big buck and we're gonna get him but jason position so we make this plan jason's going to sneak in and i'm gonna watch him..

jason Buck kodiak alaska kodiak jay mount taylor
"remi" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

06:03 min | 5 months ago

"remi" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

"Look for that curve of the back the bear feeding the round it any position this kind of unnatural round object. That's in whatever. I'm looking for or a piece of that round. Object kind of thinking of breaking it down into pieces legs. Ears back neck Hip like just think of the pieces of the animal and build those mentally even before your glasses. It seems very strange. In a way we like these way to find yours. Look for dear people. Just look for dear. Don't spot as much as the people they understand to look for pieces of what they're looking for and they've built out in their head. These mental images of the parameters seeking. Because what happens is as you look. Throw my for me. I feel like. I'm very good at glass and very good at picking out animals before other people because i throw up my binoculars and i don't have to analyze everything i let my brain look at it and then it just triggers. There's something there or then i focus on that. I can scan a hillside. Probably two or three times faster than most hunters. Because i have these search parameters and obviously it happens by doing it a lot and practicing just like anything. It takes practice. It sounds weird but glasses practice. Yes it makes a really big difference of you'll say well you know what to look for. Yes i know what to look for but also trained myself to look for certain things that trigger in. And i can. I can throw monopolies up scanty hillside or sit down and grab spotting scope and know what to do win and utilize my time better in those especially. There's times when it's going to be easier to spot animals or in those times where it's very difficult spot animals. I'll generally spot them. There's very little. That gets by me. Because i have these search parameters going. I'm the type of person that i could be driving down the highway. Sixty miles an hour and two miles away spotted deer. It's just because always looking. But my brain triggers into those certain features. The certain shapes and i understand the size reference of where i'm looking what businesses that comes with practice and it comes with kind of building out a mental picture in your mind now. The next chew i think are are very key and that would be color and movement. What i wanna do. Is i want to break those down in a little more detail next week so for this week we discovered size shape next week. We're going to talk about the color and movement and those are probably two of the most important things to key in on and the easiest to really get started. But i you to start building these mental pictures before we build out coloring movement into our search parameters when it comes to glasses your homework for the week on the next hunt go on. I really want you to start thinking about this size and shape. Reference now aren't hunting. maybe you're new to. It may be new to this whole spotting thing throw up images like look through wildlife photos. Look it's different silhouettes. Start of like building out this idea and this mental thing of what you're looking for i mean for me. It's an exercise in something that just happens. I mean i'm always constantly. I think most hunters. I'm always thinking about the animals that i'm chasing. I'm always thinking about meal there. But i'm also thinking about when i go out. I'm looking at the terrain that i'm in and i just really tried to picture. What is reasonable. That i might see. I don't really try to picture this big animal standing out. They're the ones that i miss or like the ones right in front of me often. Because i'm always looking for their or thinking they're more concealed. So maybe i gotta add in my. My homework can be added more of that like began standing there. Hey m right here gonna thing but what i would suggest is just kind of start to think about those shapes like. Look at the photo. Break it down in your mind of little pieces little parts like what does that. Look like as i talk about it. I just visualize it. And i think there's a big aspect of just visualizing these things before you ever go out before you ever get into the field. Maybe you're new to it. This is something you can do study pictures of animals in those environments and not just clear animals pictures of hillside in in. What do you see. What might it look like in build those search parameters in your head. You want these things to be automatic. You wanna be the guy that can throw up the menachem spot something. That's very hard to spot. And it's not because you have like having a better. I is really having a better mind. It's understanding what you can see now. There is something to be said for having vision. You know. obviously if you've got contacts in you're wearing them you probably aren't going to see as much but a good. I means understanding what you're looking for. That takes practice. And if you don't have all the time to practice understanding and looking at those those references and in really building out that mental picture think about get your mind trained to find things for you and let your eyes do the looking in your mind do the spotting and i think that that's what's key to this whole process so that's your homework till next week and we're going to break down the other part of that tips the colored in the movement and i think by the time you combine these things together in looking at it that way. I think you're going to be a lot better at spotting. So i really just wanted to break this out for you. I think that is a really good tip. It's a really good tactic. And it's me just trying to dissect the way that i do things i've been doing it my entire life. I've been doing it professionally. I've gotten really good at it. But i believe that it's very hard to explain. Sometimes how you get better certain things unless you kind of talk in this way like i i really try to dissect what i'm doing so i hope it's helpful and hope it's something that you can enact in your next time or any hunt as always feel free. Make this a two way conversation. i try to obviously. It's like right in the middle of hunting season bit. Honestly if i get a little bit service or in the evenings in the mornings. I love to like look at those messages. I read almost everything i just. Maybe don't have time to respond to whatever so Keep those messages coming. Because i really like encourages me and get me fired up to here so many success stories and other things so i appreciate you all until next week. Keep a share by. Catch you guys later..

"remi" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

08:30 min | 5 months ago

"remi" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

"When it comes to picking out animals picking out things on the mountain finding what you're looking for. I really believe that Maybe a lot of the information out there. I mean. I remember reading things in the past of okay. You need to look for this and you need to look for that. But when i'm out looking there's a way that i go about it. There's certain things that. I keep in mind but i also want to make sure that i see everything there. And it always reminds me of A psychology experiment. That i remember seeing nine some textbooks somewhere. Maybe you're familiar with is like the gorilla experiment. Where i there's people passing a ball and they ask okay count. How many times the balls passed back and forth and then in this video may be like a few minutes into it. This guerilla guyana gorilla costume walks out in the background. Kinda like dances around stares at the audience and then walks off the screen. Maybe nine seconds total ten seconds. Whatever then they go and ask everybody. Who's counting the basketball's okay. How many passes back and forth. Most people got it correct. Then they said who saw gorilla and half the people didn't even realize the guerrilla why because they were focused on one task in the guerrilla was invisible to them. I kind of think of glossing is same way where many people are looking for deer looking for a deer looking for deer and because they're they've got something in their mind that they're looking for. They miss everything else and a lot of times. The other things are what clue you into finding an animal finding finding something so i believe that there is good search parameters to have. But there's also kind of his overarching thing of what i'm looking for and i want to kind of describe this process but i believe it comes down to when you're looking for animals understanding getting your brain to react to four of the major. I would say of noticeable things that trigger a response of there's something there and that would be understanding size reference picking out certain shapes separating out different colors and then one of the biggest factors movement. So i'm going to break these down into those four parts and we're going to start with size now when you're when you're glossing so many times i'll be glossing with a client glossing with another hunter glossing with someone and i'll be looking for five miles away in all spot elk. Now they'll be looking at the same thing in not spot anything. We're not spot. The deer not spot. When i'm spotting and i think a lot of it has to do with understanding the type of size to key in on on what you're looking for now that involves understanding how far you're looking understanding the magnification of your binoculars and understanding the size of the animal. You're looking for ammo looking for. I always say like an answer. Elephants on a close. He'll are you looking for something really small or on far out. Hiller you looking for something to big when you look and you go. Ooh that might be an l. And then you realize that you're looking at iraq. That's the size of a house. You have to just your search parameters and adjust you know the size reference in your mind. What you're looking for that also lends into translating into optics to us on different varying places. You're glossing how steady you're going to need to be an understanding okay. What tools for the job. For where i'm looking and understanding how state you're going to need to be. Maybe are your binoculars should it be a spotting scope. Jobber benach job. Do i need to get the tripod out or is this something that i can handhold having all that. So when you throw your binoculars up wasting time you know looking at too far in the distance in a shaky binoculars where what you're looking for will be impossible to spot. Or maybe spending your time on to close with the zoomed in spotting scope or you. Don't have a widen of you and you're wasting your time looking that way. The best way to understand the size references picking out items in objects on distant hills in distant places that you kind of understand their basic size and then compare that basic size to the animal that you're hunting so this would be a for instance. I'm glossing way off in the distance right. I've got my binoculars. I'm looking across the valley. And i see standing tim like look what you see around okay. There's some standing timber. There's some rocks. There's some other things that are maybe near where i'm at as well. Maybe a sagebrush bush Maybe a ponderosa tree. Maybe a couple of other trees. Kate will what something that. I can kind of gauge the animal size that. I'm looking forward to what i'm looking at okay. How big is that tree. Look now instead of gauging things on the hype tree. Look at the trunk of the tree. How why do you think that tree is compared to the trees at around where you're at or you've seen. Is that comparable to the width or the length of an animal's body size. And then you can understand okay. I'm looking for something. That's that big by maybe half its body length or width. And you can start to gauge say. Okay that's the size that i'm looking for. How much in detail can you see it. What you're looking at a distance. Can you see the bark of the tree or can you. Not one thing i'll do. Many times is all pull out my range finder in range the hill that i'm looking at it's funny. How when you understand how far something is or really. Get a grasp of how far it is. You can start to build out that size reference. A lot better just yesterday. I was sitting looking at this big meadow that looked fairly close. I take out my rangefinding. Go nine hundred yards. I'm looking at it kind of bare eyed thinking. Yeah i would see a deer on this l. Which i would but also the deer that i'm thinking i would see would be more in that reference of the four hundred yard dear where you easily see it instead. Now i know well. It's kind of brush over there as well. It's a lot further than it looks. Now i'm gonna focusing in just realize that i'm looking for something smaller Focusing tighter maybe get more steady. Not just throw the binders up and give it a quick scan slow down take my time and then i started picking out the deer In foliage that was you know a like comparing it to okay. Those bushes are going to be about the size of the animal and look for. It will be very concealed. I'm gonna have to slow down and really pick it apart because that size reference of instead of thinking. oh. I will see the deer standing above those bushes now. I realized that the deer going to be below those bushes so it depends on it gives cadence for glossing. It gives me a way to focus in and it gives me an understanding of what. I'm looking at same thing. Goes for even same scenario this last week. I'm setup glossing i look at my onyx. I pulled out measure the distance ago that area. I'm glossing is five miles away. I'm looking for something very small. But i'm looking for elk. You know i look at it and go. Well it's a grassy opening the grass around me in this kind of similar environment is this tall should be able to see those elk They're gonna be you know the width of the base of that big ponderosa tree. And then i start picking apart and seeing these dots and then watching those and saying they're moving. I verified their elk. They've got everything else. The right shape the right color. Obviously there elk Now we can make a play in that play lead to harvesting a good six by six bull just on a couple of days ago so that size references key and understanding what to look for but also how to spot. If i know looking for your way i mean to know that. I need to be steadier if i know that. Maybe that brushes taller than what. I'm looking at understanding that is going to really help me use my time wisely to focus in so many times people look at a hill. And they think oh. There's nothing there because they can see what it looks open. Whatever they don't realize that at that distance you know what they're looking at might conceal what they're trying to look for. So okay that might be more of a scenario where i take out the spotting scope i zoom it in adjust the power instead of using my ten power binoculars i zoom into twenty and a grid that i started to look slow but also there's another hill in between here and there where i want that wide view so i'm not just spending so much time looking so close and i'm just going to do the same thing glasses off my knees holding the broom. My hat steadying my optics and just combing over that stuff close in a wider view. Where i understand. There's something there. I should see it. Relatively easy and then slowing down as i get to those more covered areas..

basketball guyana Hiller iraq Kate
"remi" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

05:57 min | 8 months ago

"remi" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

"So I pretend like I'm showing my dominance here as well. I'm saying, no, this is my area, not your area. I'll generally take a big stick and I tried to find a tree. It's alive because the sound is a little bit different if you've US dead branches so I get a big stick. and. I just scrape it up and down thrashing the tree just imagining your head a abol raking a tree, and then do the same with a stick. Sometimes I've even used my bugle to for it. It makes not the same sound. A big stick is the best I get it up against the base and I rake down, you really want to create the illusion by. Scraping down the tree scraping up and down. If you just hit the outside of the branches is not the same get to the base of the tree scrape because the bowl gets in there gets close to the tree trees foreheads rubbing up against it his sense getting on that tree antlers are tearing it apart. You WanNa try to mimic that sound as best as possible. Now as soon as I'm done, raking I often led out an aggressive bugle followed by chuckles that seems to be what I've noticed real alka doing after they scrape a tree but that sound is something that causes the bull to WanNa, come investigate like who's marking my territory is this a small bowl? He wants to see what's going on and why this bull is marking up his turf. So one side note about raking. It depends on the scenario because you've got to think of it like this in the wild win a bowls raking other bulls will come in investigate. So you need to decide whether you want to be the bullet investigates or you want to be the bull has the other bowl come investigate you a lot of times when you ray. Another bowl rick or if I hear a breaking raking after he bugles away maybe thirty seconds and then start raking on my own. Every scenario is different but when a bull is raking, they're often distracted. If you know that he might be pulled away from the cows and there's not other is that's the moment you wanna run in because you can probably get a shot or close the gap while he's raking. So you have to think of raking in two ways when he's raking, you can be the bowl that goes to him or when you're raking, you might be a scenario where you can't risk going to him you need him to come to you. Few years ago my buddy John and I were hunting in Nevada. We had a bull raking in one of those deals where we kind of held back and we should have ran in it turns out his a giant bowl and he had just come to US raked up a tree and he never committed the rest of the way. So that's something when you get a bowl to actually start raking, he might just mark territory. Say I've done it and I'm Outta here. So you. Have to really play situationally whether you want to be the bull that goes to him or he's the bull that comes to you just because he doesn't come to. You doesn't mean that he doesn't think you're an elk. It just means that maybe he was expecting the exact opposite from you. So maybe his raking scared you away if you're real elk, you have to think of it like that and play per scenario but there are certain instances where the bowl will not come in. Because he believes more. And you might have a better opportunity at him. That moves to that bull. Now. Let's talk about some of the other sounds. There's a term that out callers us, they call it glum King. And that's a really weird sound. It's often done through the bugle too. But what this sound is, I've seen it many times in the wild and these ideas are just from the way that I've seen elk using the sound. It seems to me like this sound is a sound that bulls make to communicate to a hot cow. Every time I've seen generally, it's a bowl running with his nose right up the butt of a cow or pushing a cow around or just trying to talk to one cow. This sound isn't a bugle. It's more of like a popping noise through a bugle tube or A. So it a sound through my bugle Tube, some people the first time I learned to make the salaries just hitting the end of the Bugle Tube. So I'll give you an example seeking just kind of get it in your head what this sound might sound like. So just hitting the bugle too. I think it sounds better if you just do it with your your voice re get. When I've seen that sound that's generally means that a bull has a hot cow. Now, if you do that sound in a herd where a bowl won't commit, he's GonNa run in because win a cow gets hot he wants to be in on that action he's GonNa push whatever's on that cow way that sound really works well when they're fired up and he believes there's a hot cow in the area. Now. Another sound that I hear a lot is just a heavy breathing. It's more of I'm here I'm dominant and I don't even need to Bugler you you're a bitch this is the I don't even know if there's a name for this sound but I've heard a lot of times it's a breathing sound that raises the hair on the back of your neck often happens when a bull is within thirty yards doing this sound back really establishes your dominance and is a good way to get that bowl to try to commit. So this more of a heavy breathing noise where he's just pissed off and breathing hard, it's like. To a ball not to Akao. How Is just heavy breathing. It's kind of like. A snort lease for a white tail if you hear that. and. It's just a bowl pissed in another bowl and he's so close. He knows I don't need to Buell and a lot of times that sound on site the bowl, the fight, and if a bull makes that sound you know I would say he's within thirty yards of where you're calling from..

bugle bugle Tube US WanNa Akao rick Buell Nevada John
"remi" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

04:18 min | 8 months ago

"remi" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

"At that point that bull below you should not like that and you'll know he'll turn around and he'll either come straight in or let out a similar bugle start raking and then come in. That is your setup where you're going to get that bull. If you've made it to that point congratulations my friend, you just dog that elk. Now over the past month or so I've been really diving into some really good ways to call an elk from bugling and building that escalation to creating a party with a bunch of cow sounds and when I was talking about that cow party. I also talked about making noises, noises that sound like elk. So outside of those vocal bugles, Muse, cow calls bull calls. A lot of non vocal sounds that are extremely important to drawing a bull and maybe the difference between having a bull hang up and bringing in right into bow range things like breaking a tree stopping the dirt. Flunking and other non verbal sounds even going as far as taking a leak on the ground, we're going to bring it back to episode six and I'm GonNa teach you how to entice a bull with those other sounds that elk love to make. I think a lot of people make a big mistake by when they're calling. They're quiet there quiet back here in the only sounds they're making coming from the calls. But that's not what it sounds like when you get into a herd of elk, there's a lot going on there. Stick snapping there's elk raking. There's a lot of sounds and noises. That not only bowed confidence that this is actually another elk. But they're sounds and noises that they used throughout the running process that do a number of things than incite other elk to have to come check it out and that includes marking their territory releasing fair ramones. As, well, as talking in a way, the isn't bugling or mewing to each other. That means certain things especially during the Rut, the means things like this cows hot or I'm ready to breed, and those are the kinds of noises. The other bulls cannot resist because that's win. The action's going down a big bowl does not wanna miss out on breeding out. He does also not want another bowl to be into his turf he wants to think that this. is his own his cows everything is owned by him and all intruders should be beat up. That's what you want because that's what's going to draw that bullying that extra distance. If your bow hunting in some thicker stuff, you might need to get that bowl to come within ten yards of your shooter just even be able to see it, and that's a lot of times the difference between being successful or just getting a bowl to hold up twenty yards away. These other sounds a lot of times in sight something in a bulls brain that makes him say I need to get over there I need to fight this needs to be a confrontation not just a screaming match. So what I WanNa do is just talk about the different sounds when and how to use them. I think the first sound that I have to talk about because it's one that I news nearly every time I'm interacting with a bull is raking now raking. is white tails, mule deer, do it all deer species do some form of raking but Elkin particular when you're calling back and forth, they'll write their territory marking. What it does is releases they're sent onto a tree, but also creates a visual marketing and it's display of dominance. So a lot of times you'll be calling to a bowl and maybe you might be a long ways away. You might not even notice that that bulls raking in between calling back and forth to you. So the way a bowl rakes is it's pretty loud and it's pretty vicious tries to kill that tree and I do the same. Then after I rake I laid out bugle because I've seen elk do that in the wild more often than not. So it works like this. Most of the time I start the raking sequence when I get in and the Bulls already fired. Up when he's fired up, that's when he wants to show his dominance..

Bulls Elkin bulls Flunking
“1917,” “Once Upon a Time ...in Hollywood” win Golden Globes

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

“1917,” “Once Upon a Time ...in Hollywood” win Golden Globes

"Among the winners for the movie acting awards were Renee Zellweger Joaquin Phoenix Aquafina and Brad Pitt among the TV acting award winners were Bryan **** Phoebe Waller bridge Olivia Colman and Remi Yousef who joked he knows that no one has seen his show ramie Ricky Jr vase hosted for the fifth time and had no plans for being invited back you'll be pleased to know this the lost time I'm hosting these awards so I don't care anymore I'm I'm joking I never date I marquees are let us

Joaquin Phoenix Aquafina Bryan Olivia Colman Remi Yousef Renee Zellweger Brad Pitt Phoebe Waller Ricky Jr
"remi" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"remi" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

"Two favorite. Ten should be see. That's my top favorite ten. And then I like the hill Enberg tents as well but I liked the skyscraper because it's got a headroom I don't know there's just something about it. It's got a lot a lot of room in it. It feels really roomy but so light. And I've taken it to Alaska to New Zealand's southern Alps Tar Hunt Man that thing. It was just really really bad weather on our tar really wet everybody else was Kinda wet and cramped in their tents. I was pretty much the king of the mountain that week Bass just what sold me on that ten. It snowed it rained. I was dry. I had room that ten. I can never say enough good things about that. Ten ticket on a mountain goat hunt. I took it Kirghistan. Recently is just a great mountain tent. It's four season style but weighs way less than any other forces intent had the one I had previously obviously was CABELA's for season tents the backpack. One that's okay but the skyscraper has the two vegetables sue even with two people like me and my brother in it fine fine. We had our packs inside on her goat hunt. That tents awesome another look just like a little piece of gear that I switched up to this year in might seem mhm simple. I always carry analogy bottle. I don't use the bladder because I think that I've had problems with the bladder. The water bladders in the past popping. I've had you the hose freezes. They just they just aren't reliable. They're harder to fill up with water. especially if it's like a small seep so I always use now gene bottle I decided to go with like the one and a half liter bottle this year. My brother Jerry's that bigger water bottle carrying a little bit more water. It's a little more weight but I like having that larger bottle now so that's kind of a year that I switched up when you have a certain kit for so long like you just get used to it and just switching something like from a one liter water bottle title to a leader and a half like it makes a difference for me another thing I started carrying this year. Stary pen- pens- that don't really filter my water a lot but there are places where we do need to filter water way better than the pump. Actually the meter crew turned me onto him on. That's a fog Nak alcon. Everybody had the Sterry pens and I was just Kinda like Oh let me borrow that. And then I immediately went home and bought one because they were pretty awesome. So that's cool eight year if you're looking for water filtration and I. I recommend that the one I got does the larger bottles to so there's a couple of different ones and then boots. Oh Man people ask about boots all the time. I've worn a lot of different boots. You know I think there's a lot of different boots for different applications. You've got your mountain boot. You Know Your candy any tracks or whatever you're just like stiff mountain boots SCARPA stuff like that. You got lighter boots for earlier season hunts. I like to wear where light pair boots if I can this year I just tried the Sh- nays bear tooth twos. Honestly love that boot as breaking in a different pair bootes and they were tearing my feet up and I know I had that podcast about foot care and breaking in feet like the boots tried before these ones are just breaking my feet in and Dan I wore those berthus. I actually just was like okay. I gotta wear something different. Put those on on an elk hunt. I think the first day I went like eight miles. And just you know problem. MM says like wow. These are pretty much already broken and they've got a little bit more flexible soul than a lot of other solid mountain boots. But I took those boots on. Go hunting I took him to Kirghistan. I've taken a lot of places like I guided all year in them. They've just held up like that's probably one of my favorite boots I've ever worn and this is the first year of Oranim. So they're going to last into next season. which for me even a really good pair of boots doesn't last year so I was really impressed with those they they get major props on that this year? The SPA site fast steady xl. That's what I've been shooting on my Bo. I've never been a single pin guy. And until I got that site I've got the one with a two pointers on it so it's really a double pin site but it's slider site x Oh version has like a real where you can kick it out a little bit further but I also like it because when I travel I can unscrew it. pull the site off. And then it's not getting smashed in my case and then I can just slide it back on and it's always been been on haven't had any problems with it. I've used it for about two years now but I was Kinda thinking okay. Should I try a different site and I just like it too much. So I'm going to just keep using matt next year as well and then maybe some like gift ideas just random stuff that I kind of come across this year now. That's pretty cool recently recently. saw just like plasma lighter. I haven't really used them a lot in the field they got one. That's like rechargeable. Don't even know the brand could probably buy him like most gas stations. But like that's that's actually a pretty cool piece of kit because it seems pretty. Durable wind proof starts fires really well. I think that's a pretty cool invention. Those plasma later says are pretty neat and they can recharge them if you need to. Also every hunter needs Peyresourde at least once a year. I liked that record. I hope the company's company's still around somebody gave me for Christmas last year Steph called rapid rope. It's almost like mule tape like twelve hundred pound mule tape in this little ajar with a self cutter thing. I just burnt through it. That's pretty cool. I'm actually GONNA buy some people that this year. 'cause I found that Super Handy. I hope that company's still around no clue but that was pretty cool. Rapid rapper absorb. It was called some other good gift ideas for your L. Cutter Elk. Ivories you know make Achim into something for someone probably what my wife's getting for Christmas and then I'm big on homemade stuff one cool.

Kirghistan Alps Tar Hunt Alaska CABELA New Zealand L. Cutter Elk Jerry Oranim Dan I Achim Steph matt Peyresourde
"remi" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"remi" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

"Our Christmas special now. I really love Christmas and I want to make this episode of the podcast almost like a Christmas. The variety show sorts. So there's GonNa be some exciting things that we're going to do today. One thing that I love to do is throw a great Christmas party. That Christmas party involves the wild game that I've got throughout the season so what I want to do is I want to give you guys some tips on how to just pull off that. That awesome Christmas wild game dish with something you got this year as well as a few little tips here and there on just how to throw a great Christmas party. One thing that I've been asked a ton about I'd say the number one requests because I've asked a shoot me some ideas people wanna talk about gear so Mike Man. This is a good time to maybe throw out a few my favorite things that I've tried this year. Maybe a couple of little things that you might not have thought of as far as gear goes give a little bit of some gear stuff. And what. I Really WanNa do this week. Is I want to give back to you guys who have listened in so I'm going to be doing during this podcast. Some pretty cool giveaways. I've got a few different items now. I only have a couple of items. We're going to have to vie for those items items. It'll be a little bit of competition of sorts but somebody will go home this Christmas with some pretty sweet here but before we do all that that I wanna tell you one of my favorite Christmas stories now. This Christmas story could probably be one of those hallmark movies. Now if you you don't like those hallmark movies you will still like this Christmas story because involves a great hunter. Who is near and dear to me my grandpa today? We're going to go back in time. We're going to go back to the Christmas of nineteen eighty three now. Before I get into the story I kind of have to lay some groundwork I want to get you to understand my grandpa bit. Now his name was smut he actually got his name growing up on a reservation he would work in the wheatfields as a kid. And you'd always come back covered in this white top. Weet is called SMUT so they you're always call him smutty because he was always covered in this white wheat from working in the fields. So the name kind of stuck. He liked that name more than his given name and he became. I'm known as SMUT. Now he led an extremely wildlife. He's a professional fighter boxer as well as it one point Marilyn Monroe's bodyguard when you serving in the army and then he also was a guide and outfitter in some of the same areas that I guide an outfit outfit today. His name is smut but he always used to say that the acronym was for small mean ugly and tough. He was just a wild guy but he also had a soft spot for people in need. There's countless stories of him just helping people out and I think that one of the coolest stories stories about him comes around Christmas time. Because I can't think about Christmas without thinking about.

Marilyn Monroe Mike Man Weet
Iowa man says dog shot him in leg while playing on the couch

The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips

01:46 min | 3 years ago

Iowa man says dog shot him in leg while playing on the couch

"Kabc news live and local five thirty one i'm john wolf president trump's holding a rally for republicans in indiana tonight speaking in elkhart the president unveiled his new slogan for the twenty twenty presidential election by the way this is the first indiana our new slogan twenty twenty it is he america grain a burglary suspect who was then in a police chase ditch the vehicle ran into a santa ana albertson's and appeared to escape quote we think he changed his appearance in the store and unfortunately got away possibly with other shoppers being evacuated carry braun of the orange county sheriff's department said in dr drew's been warning this horrific diseases may return in a big way this summer will a ucla led group of researchers may have found a vaccine against anthrax the plague in tulu arabia three potent of pathogens likely to be used in a bioterror attack the university announced today if found to be safe and effective in humans the vaccines could protect people from all three and journalism students are taught that dog bites man doesn't make news but in this story from fort dodge iowa dog shoots man correspondent jan johnson explains fifty one year old richard remmy says his dog blue didn't mean to shoot him but he totally some horseplay got out of hand while wrestling around on the couch remmy says he tossed balu onto the floor blue bounded right back up and onto brumbies torso somehow disabling the safety and stomping on the trigger of a gun tucked into remi's belly band the gun fired remmy was wounded in the leg and spent a few hours at the hospital later telling the messenger newspaper that balu is a big wuss who lay down beside him and cried because he thought he'd.

John Wolf Wrestling Iowa Fort Dodge Orange County Burglary America Twenty Twenty Indiana Donald Trump Richard Remmy Jan Johnson Tulu Arabia Ucla Santa Ana Albertson President Trump Elkhart Fifty One Year