We can think of no better way to pay tribute to our good friend Lane Benoit than to dedicate our 100th Episode to one of the greatest deer hunters that ever lived.
This Is Part II- Dinner at Paul’s Cabin
In This Episode We Discuss:
- Meet Johnny, Lane’s Prostaff Mechanic
- Lane and a Japanese Vehicle
- A Visit to the Gun Shop, Turning the Celebrity On and Off
- The Reach of the Benoit Name and the New York Landscapers
- The Taxidermist, Kyle Burns
- The Cameraman, Paul Dupuis
- The Anatomy of a Deer Track
- We Gotta’ Go Further! We’ll be Right Back…
- The Pectacals of a Deer Rack
- Two Memorials, One Farm
- The Memorial Buck for Larry Benoit, Kyle’s Big Debut
- A Trip to North Carolina to Test Lane’s Skills
- A Tour with a Lady and Google for Hunting
- The Cycle of the Deer Herd and the Cedar Bogs
- Paul, the Beaver Blind Builder and Chewing Tobacco
- Lane’s Grocery Store Alter Ego
- The Facade of Lane and Larry Benoit
- A Spiritual Side and a Medicine BagPart I (Saturday) is a collective of friends and field associates that share their insights of Lane Benoit- Hal Blood, Richard Bernier, Steve Beckwith, Tom Blais, Matt Trombley, and John Klucky join us.
Part II (Sunday) was recorded over dinner, feasting on Lane’s last buck with Paul Dupuis (Lane’s last camera man) at his cabin in central New Hampshire with the North American Tracker crew.
And finally, Part III (Monday) is a remaster of the original interview that we did with Lane, just under a year ago.
We will miss our deer friend. Hopefully we’ll hunt with him again someday.