Trevon Stoltzfus returns to the podcast with Frank Peralta to discuss his latext Ibex hunt, and the current state of hunting television shows.
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Some adventures call to you from far off places, but some call you back to where you started it all. Trevon Stoltzfus travels back to his roots and The Rock, or the Florida Mountains, in southern NM where the transplanted Bezoar Ibex call home and hold the title as the toughest animal in the US to bowhunt.