A couple of episodes of MeatEater have featured Rinella's red "fish shack" canoe, which has a Maine connection.

Steven Rinella has great taste in canoes. The outdoorsmen recently shared a picture of his red Old Town canoe on Instagram. The post wasn't specific to his canoe preferences, rather focused on a wildlife habitat issue impacting the Tongass National Forest in Alaska. Rinella has a cabin, affectionally known as his "fish shack," in Alaska. A few episodes of MeatEater on Netflix were filmed at the fish shack. Viewers with a sharp eye may have noticed his red Old Town canoe in the episodes.

MeatEater is not only a Netflix show, but also a popular podcast and YouTube channel. The YouTube channel, however, features far more content. The "Das Boat," and "Cal in the Field" series are excellent spin-offs.

Ryan Callaghan filmed an episode here in Maine back in 2020. In the video, he and Brent West of the High Peaks Alliance took to the woods for a grouse and woodcock hunt. Another feature of the channel is the many cooking episodes, teaching hunters how to make superb dishes with their hunted game.

 

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