Hunt-Fish Podcast Summit Promote Conservation Lifestyle

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Hunters & Anglers Are North America’s Key Contributors to Conservation.

That theme echoed throughout the third annual Hunt-Fish Podcast Summit at The Warren Ranch March 21-24.

The event, sponsored by the Wild Sheep Foundation® and its Women Hunt® program brought together outdoors podcasters from around the nation gathered along with guests from fishing, hunting, conservation and hunter advocacy groups.

“The 2024 Hunt Fish Podcast Summit was one for the books with over 75 full episodes recorded between the podcasters and our roundtable discussions. We had an amazing group of individuals from 8 different states across the U.S. All with different backgrounds and careers in the outdoors industry from hunting, fishing and conservation to biology, education and content creation,” said Hunt-Fish Podcast Summit founder Derek York.

“All of these people come together and share their love and passion for the outdoors over the four days at the summit. And now all of these conversations about conservation and the great outdoors in general will be available to everyone to listen to soon on your favorite place to get your podcasts.”

Gray Thornton, CEO of title sponsor The Wild Sheep Foundation said the organization is a “best in class event.”

“We’re honored to be part of such a great event that promotes communication of true conservation and the joys of a hunting and fishing lifestyle.”

This year’s Summit added a Saturday night film festival that featured presentations from The Wild Sheep Foundation, Women Hunt, Outdoors Oklahoma, Aptitude Outdoors, The Mule Deer Foundation and Higher Calling Wildlife®.

Renee Thornton, chair of the Wild Sheep Foundation’s Women Hunt program hosted a panel on women in hunting.

“As a filmmaker who got to show work I have been working on with my friends and partners Seth Geib and Chester Moore like our Flying Upstream fly fishing documentary, it was great to see all of the hard work people are putting into films that can reach people for a pro-hunting, pro-science-based conservation message,” said Paul Fuzinski of Aptitude Outdoors.

York said he’s already working on the 2025 event and that year five promises to be the best yet.

“We’re looking forward to the future and believe there are great opportunities for the Hunt-Fish Podcast Summit to expand.”

Follow the Hunt-Fish Podcast Summit on Facebook and @huntfishpodcast on Instagram.


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