EPISODE SUMMARY On this episode of Tales From The Field we chat with the owner and founder of Outdoor Edge, Dave Bloch, about knife designs, sharpening practices, and what to expect from Outdoor Edge. EPISODE NOTES In this episode the president and founder of Outdoor Edge Dave Bloch joins the show.  We have a great conversation starting with his background. We then get into his first knife design, how he funded the idea, and the biggest hurdle he had to overcome to get where he is today. The discussion then got into some knife designs, sharpening practices, and what to...

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EPISODE SUMMARY This is “Tales from The Field” presented by Outdoor Edge. We cover everything in the outdoors from hunting, to fishing, to archery, to rifles, to ultralight backpacking, to behind the scenes of the outdoor industry.   EPISODE NOTES This is “Tales from The Field” presented by Outdoor Edge. We cover everything in the outdoors from hunting, to fishing, to archery, to rifles, to ultralight backpacking, to behind the scenes of the outdoor industry. I plan on doing this by having conversations with industry professionals that you know and like trust.  It is my goal to bring you an...

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Avoid an Expensive Taxidermy Bill this Season Caping an animal is not that hard, but it does require some attention to detail and a few cuts to make the job easier for your taxidermist. Before you hit the prairie this antelope season here is a good refresher for when you get your speed goat down.

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When comparing all North American ungulates antelope are by far the most unique. They neither have true horns or true antlers, but a sheath made of keratin that is shed annually. This keratin sheath poses a difficult situation when it comes to caping them for a shoulder mount as the hair is often intermingled into the “horn”. With being just weeks away from the antelope opener here is a quick tip to make life easy on your taxidermist.   

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