Son of a Blitch

Son of a Blitch

George Blitch
George Bowe Blitch has been a Wildlife Manager, Texas Rancher, Professional Writer, Videographer, Photographer, Editor, Speaker, Brand Developer & Designer, Cartographer, Musician, Teacher, Coach, Entrepreneur, Finance Manager, and the list goes on... George has met some wildly interesting people in his lifetime, and this "Son of a Blitch” is sure to share some impactful stories, interviews, and messages that will be informative, educational, and highly entertaining! "I've met some incredible people in my life, and I want to share their stories!" ~GB
Ep. 68 - The Complex Legacy of Pete Rose Explored with Keith O'Brien - author of "Charlie Hustle"
How did Pete Rose, a baseball legend with 4,256 hits, become one of the sport's most polarizing figures? Join us on the Son of a Blitch podcast as we chat with best-selling author Keith O'Brien about his book, "Charlie Hustle: The Rise and Fall of Pete Rose and the Last Glory Days of Baseball." Keith brings a unique perspective, having gained rare access to Rose and his inner circle, and shares the intricate details of Rose's career, his relentless drive, and the choices that led to his downf...
Jun 10
1 hr 2 min
Ep. 67 - A Special Melanistic White-tailed Deer & A Hunter's First Harvest
Hunting is a tradition that transcends time, bringing together individuals from all walks of life to share in the experience of the great outdoors. In our latest podcast episode, George Blitch and Matthew Mitchell embark on an enthralling adventure with the retelling of the first successful hunt by Jon Herbster, aka "Johnny Bolts", and the tale of George's second melanistic white-tailed deer. Both were taken, and filmed, during the same hunt! *George just had an article about harvesting his s...
Jun 4
53 min
Ep. 66 - Conveying The Truth About Hunting, Conservation and Storytelling w/ Robbie Kroger
Embarking on an insightful dialogue, George Blitch welcomes Robbie Kroger, the founder of Blood Origins, into a conversation that not only traverses the terrains of Kroger's life but also delves into the intricacies of hunting and its role in conservation. Growing up in Johannesburg, Robbie did not hunt in his youth, but the influence of his grandfather and his transformative experience in the Okavango Delta ignited his passion for wildlife and the great outdoors. Aspiring to be a game ranger...
Jun 3
56 min
Ep. 65 - The Heartbeat of the Hunt with Janis Putelis: Chronicles of Family, Nature, and the MeatEater Legacy
In the latest podcast episode, Janis Putelis, a pivotal figure in the MeatEater community, shares the tapestry of his life story, weaving in threads of family, the lure of the wilderness, and the rituals that bind them.The episode opens with Janis reminiscing about his Michigan roots, where his father's influence and the woods of Wisconsin shaped his early outdoor experiences. His journey from those formative years to guiding in Colorado, and eventually meeting up with Steve Rinella to join t...
May 28
1 hr 12 min
Ep. 64 Celebrating 2 Years of the "Son of a Blitch Podcast" & A Sneak Peak at What's In Store For Year 3
As the host of the Son of a Blitch podcast, I'm elated to share a milestone—the podcast's two-year anniversary episode! It's a heartfelt homage to the listeners and guests who have been the backbone of this wild ride. It's been a hell of a year, as I have had the distinct priveleg of interviewing these amazing folks:Rob Gearing - Spartan Precision EquipmentBrent Reeves, host of the podcast "This Country Life", MeatEaterPaul Lewis - FHF Gear, MeatEaterGary Roberson - host of the show "Carnivor...
May 22
1 hr 6 min
Ep. 63 - The Unyielding Spirit of Mark Green: A Navy SEAL's Tale of Resilience, Recovery, and Rediscovery
In a compelling episode of the podcast, we delve into the life of Mark Greene, a former Navy SEAL whose story is as harrowing as it is inspiring. And we focus on his best selling book, "UNSEALED". Mark's narrative begins with a career-altering football injury, taking him from the potential of professional sports to the esteemed ranks of the Navy SEALs. It is here that Mark's journey takes on a transformative arc, reflecting the human capacity for adaptability and the warrior's unyielding spir...
May 14
1 hr 49 min
Ep. 62 - Cultivating a Charcuterie Empire at Olympia Provisions with Elias Cairo
The culinary landscape is often a testament to the power of passion, heritage, and an unyielding commitment to quality and sustainability. This is the narrative that unfolds as we delve into the story of Elias Cairo, co-founder of Olympia Provisions, and his transformation from a sponsored snowboarder with a penchant for the adrenaline rush of the snowy slopes to a revered maestro in the art of charcuterie. His journey, as discussed in our latest podcast episode, is not just about the craftin...
May 7
1 hr 14 min
Ep. 61 The Call of the Hunter w/ Dirk Durham: Exploring Hunting Thrills and Wilderness Wisdom
When the echoes of an elk's bugle traverse the vast wilderness, it stirs something primal within the heart of a hunter. In the latest podcast episode, we are privileged to sit down with Dirk Durham, known in the hunting community as 'the Bugler.' Dirk is not only a renowned elk caller but also an ambassador for the craft and spirit of hunting, and is the Marketing Manager for Phelps Game Calls. This conversation is a deep dive into the art of elk calling, the adrenaline of hunting, and the pr...
Apr 30
1 hr 29 min
Ep. 60 Protector of the Wild, Lt. John Nores, Jr. -  A California Game Warden's Journey in Conservation, Battling Cartels, and Beyond!
In the realm of conservation, few stories captivate and inspire as profoundly as that of Lt. John Nores Jr., a former California Game Warden whose life journey we traverse in this latest podcast episode. The episode paints a vivid picture of a man who not only served as a guardian of wildlife and natural resources but also rose as an environmental crusader and a beacon of creativity.John's tale begins with his roots deeply embedded in a family that revered the outdoors. A childhood steeped in...
Apr 22
1 hr 53 min
Ep. 59 Behind the Lens w/ Jody Horton: The Craft of Cookbook Storytelling, Publishing, and More!
In this captivating episode, George Blitch sits down with renowned photographer Jody Horton to unravel the detailed craft of cookbook storytelling, and the intricate tapestry of wildlife photography. Horton, an artist with a keen eye for the vivid world of food, travel, lifestyle and wildlife imagery, shares his journey and the evolution of his passion, tracing back to the early days amidst the surge of local food sustainability, leading up to his involvement in prestigious projects, includin...
Apr 9
1 hr 13 min
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