West K Outdoors is a hunting, fishing, trapping, outdoor series, based in beautiful West Kootenays, British Columbia. Join host Scott Benesh and guests each week on his trapline adventures to learn the latest in hunting for moose, elk, the trapping of Marten, trapping and relocation of beavers, still water flyfishing, and all that life has to offer the avid outdoorsman in the West Kootenay lifestyle.
On this edition of West K Outdoors, we determine the best places to hang marten boxes based on their habitat on the new trapline.
Jackie and Scott hang the new new marten boxes on the newly acquired trapline.
Good friends, Aaron and Tammy come up to help Scott and Jackie pack trails in deep snow, but a major mechanical failure change of plans.
Scott's stepson Hayden White comes up to join him in some extreme weather to set some snares, and later on they’ll catch some juvenile marten males.
It’s time to pull the traps as the weather is warming, and mature female martens are being caught.
Scott gets to work with Willy, pulling dead trees down on the property, and a little later on you get to meet his parents.
Scott makes some marten nesting boxes, and Jackie and Scott get up to the cabin in the early spring to burn garbage and debris around the cabin.
Friends Bob and Steve come up to the trapline to help repair the cabin foundation and insulate the floor.
Join Scott and some good friends punch trails in deep snow.
Scott guides Jackie’s son Brad Pendlington , into his first moose with the help of Callum Cathro.
Scott heads down to Valley Firearms to buy a compact dispatch rifle for the snowmobile. Then he hangs a lynx set and sets up the line on a cold November start to the season.
Join Scott and some good friends as they help punch trails in deep snow.
Join Kent Maitland and fellow trappers as he inspects, grades and purchases, shed antlers and prime pelts.