This Forest and Stream podcast will take you to the times, the people and the events that shaped America and Americans, our ideals, our values and our dreams. We’ll seat you alongside the affluent and in the boots of everyday citizens to deliver a rare insight and an unfiltered view through a window into the past.
Get connected to our history, rich traditions and understand the legacy created by the sportsman of North America.
Feb. 24, 2022
The events that happened in Kekoskee, Wisconsin are so extraordinary and improbable that I always hesitate about telling the story. The evidence is legal, convincing and overwhelming. In total it makes up the grandest fish …
Feb. 11, 2022
If the sketch which follows, depicting a general outline of incidents which entered into the experience of a "Greenhorn," on his first deer hunt in the wilds of Michigan, shall have the effect of driving the work-encumbered …
Jan. 11, 2022
Forest and Stream - By the Poets Hand, A poem by Eunice B. Lamberton
Jan. 8, 2022
A Deer Hunting Adventure and a 50 mile Expedition by Canoe
Jan. 2, 2022
On the fair face of nature let us muse, and dream by lapsing stream and dropping wood.
Dec. 31, 2021
A sportsman takes to the woodlands following the Wall Street panic of 1873
Sportsman / Historian
Hello I am Bryan Muche, an American Sportsman, and perhaps like you, I am someone who is deeply interested our history in the outdoors. In this podcast I’ll be sharing with you the stories, observations and opinions of the day to color a historical perspective drawn from the pages of Forest and Stream (a trusted weekly outdoors journal published from 1873 to 1930).