Remi Warren is a badass. I know that's a term thrown around fairly liberally nowadays, but in Remi's case it's more than accurate.
He has weirdly pure instincts, a unique way of pursuing game that makes him as much of a professional as I've ever seen. It almost seems like he can make any shot, climb any mountain or take off by himself and come back with the biggest buck in the valley. Not to heap too much praise on him, but it's damn true. He's spent up to 300 days in the field in one calendar year, been charged by a bear, and guided hundreds of clients in Montana and beyond. He's walked me into the dirt a few times.
Remi is also part of a new generation of hunting content creators and voices leading the charge in our industry. In this podcast we covered his upcoming nuptials, the great lost episode of 2018, whether men want their wives to hunt, social media's purpose, answer some tough questions, drink some beers and tell some hunting stories. Hope you enjoy.
3:00 - The great lost podcast of 2018
4:06 - Remi checks Ben's production abilities
5:44 - Remi's upcoming nuptials
6:54 - Remi's fiance is tougher than him
9:50 - Remi's mom is a better spotter than him
14:40 - Do men all want our wives to hunt?
17:05 - Can you stay married to someone who hates game meat?
21:02 - Remi's fiance's first deer
24:47 - Poor representation of the hunting experience
29:18 - Every animal that hangs in your house has a story
33:04 - We talk Grip n' Grins (again)
39:05 - A mountain lion hunt turns controversial
46:01 - Human interference and complex wildlife cohabitation
49:37 - Hunting bears and sharing the photos
50:50 - Should emotion manage wildlife?
56:15 - Hunting is a privilege, not a right
57:05 - Non-hunters are the decision makers
1:02:12 - What makes the bear worth more important than the duck?
1:08:26 - Sharing bear meat without the dead bear
1:11:19 - Social media makes you a hunting ambassador
1:19:19 - What's legal? What's ethical? What's socially acceptable?
1:24:40 - Remi and Ben go mouflon hunting in Hawaii