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Hunt Talk Radio, Randy Newberg Unfiltered is a podcast covering hunting politics, public lands, and conservation topics; even a few things you didn’t need to know. The best hunters you’ve never heard of join Randy to answer questions from the Hunt Talk web forum, share ideas, reveal tactics, and give perspectives unique to public land hunting.
 
Without abundant access to private property, Dennis Loosier and Billy Campbell spent the majority of their early hunting years learning the ins and outs of East Texas’ public duck hunting opportunities, experiencing success through increased scouting and studying migratory birds. Currently the two travel a multi-state area attempting to find success with what is now a growing, hungry public hunting population. Loosier and Campbell understand the value of the outdoors and are thankful for the ...
 
Join David Willms, Mike McGrady, Nephi Cole, and entertaining guests each week as they use humor, storytelling, and more than 40 years of collective experience in law, science, and policy to explain important decisions affecting your outdoor experience. As the guys frequently say, "There are millions of acres of opportunity out there. They belong to you. Every day, decisions are being made that affect your land, your water, and your wildlife. You should know about them. This is Your Mountain ...
 
Stories are essential. They’re uniquely human. A wolf doesn’t learn to hunt from stories of his elders chasing down a mystical elk that grows bigger with each new telling. But humans do. If you were able to travel back in time, say to the end of the last ice age, and sit around campfire with a group of hunters in North America, you might just get the chance to eat some roasted camel hump (yes, there were camels in North America then). Or wild horse. Maybe even a wooly mammoth. But, regardles ...
 
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Originally published as a series of essays in Harper's Round Table in 1897, Good Hunting is Theodore Roosevelt's attempt at bringing the wonder of America's public lands and animals to the children of the country. The late 1800s were a period of extraordinary change in the west. The vast herds of animals that once covered the plains and mountains o…
 
On this Episode I am joined by Tim Kennedy. This podcast was recorded a year ago this week. I was listening to it yesterday and found most of the conversation fascinating in regards to how the past year has developed and wanted to share with the audience. We will be back next week with fresh new episodes. Thanks for listening and have a great weeke…
 
Mary Lynn (of beagle-pack fame) joins us again on Artemis to talk turkeys. We talk about which calls to use, which sounds to master, where to put all your calls, and just... all things turkey. How do you know when to wait on a bird versus moving on? What about when a 'Jolene' hen moves in on your tom? 3:00 Wild turkey grand slam: Eastern, Osceola, …
 
Originally published as a series of essays in Harper's Round Table in 1897, Good Hunting is Theodore Roosevelt's attempt at bringing the wonder of America's public lands and animals to the children of the country. The late 1800s were a period of extraordinary change in the west. The vast herds of animals that once covered the plains and mountains o…
 
@dr_duck and @thefowlhunter sit down this week with @culpepperjr and talk about everything from being snack equipped to communicating with gobblers of different personalities. You can find Phillip and his outdoors family on social media and of course Realtree Outdoors' 365 platform, look him up to follow his hunting journey all year long. #enjoythe…
 
Anna Le loves to watch students see a salmon in the wild for the first time, igniting a spark of wonder she hopes will stick with them into the future. As an outdoor educator, Le ponders how we can get people to develop a reciprocal relationship with the natural world and support BIPOC and underserved students to feel comfortable and fired up on na…
 
In this Bonus episode of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy gives the 2021 update on applying for deer and elk in Colorado. Topics covered include deadlines, preference point system, over-the-counter tags, excellent dates for 2021 deer hunting, likely point creep, tag-teaming deer and elk hunts together, and all other things you need to know about Co…
 
Originally published as a series of essays in Harper's Round Table in 1897, Good Hunting is Theodore Roosevelt's attempt at bringing the wonder of America's public lands and animals to the children of the country. The late 1800s were a period of extraordinary change in the west. The vast herds of animals that once covered the plains and mountains o…
 
@dr_duck and @thefowlhunter sit down this week with East Texas native and MLB pitcher @a.j.minter of the Atlanta Braves. Conversation covers his East Texas roots, hunting timber and MLB post season experience. Be sure to subscribe to the podcast and follow along the Dr Duck journey here, on social media and Realtree Outdoors 365 digital platform. #…
 
Important things you Oughta Know! 1) Sunday hunting bill in Maine and push for a new Bill in PA 2) NM Public Lands Trapping ban update 3) SCOTUS Cert Denial and Opinion on Monument Designations 4) State initiated litigation in WY and LA - Oil & Gas 5) Public Service Announcement—Don’t Feed Wildlife This episode produced by Ben Paige…
 
Mary Lynn of eastern Tennessee hunts with a pack of beagles trained to track and push rabbits. She's also a turkey hunter, a hunting mentor for many youth, and a remarkable human. This week: beagles, training hounds, why shooting rabbits sometimes feels harder than upland birds, barefooted turkey hunts, and getting the 'middle feather' from Texas g…
 
@thefowlhunter talks with @dr_uck this week about how he goes about setting up his jerk rig. If you've watched the Realtree Outdoors 365 videos, you've probably noticed a little different movement than a typical jerk string. Dr Duck goes in detail this week about creating that movement in your spread, video on YouTube to follow. Be sure to subscrib…
 
On this weeks podcast I am joined by a few great friends as we work on a bottle of bourbon and share some good old fashioned hunting stories. Jorden Susewitz, Mitch Day and Drew Vistisen fall victim to my tall pours as we call them. We are sharing some hunting and fishing stories as well as having a blast giving each other some healthy servings of …
 
Yana Robertson of Missoula, Montana, grew up in a traditional bowhunting household. Today she practices bushcraft and primitive skills when she's not in front of a computer running her fashion business, Feral Lyfe. Yana joins us to talk about backcountry survival, traditional bowhunting, and on how being a weirdo can be totally awesome. 2:00 Meet y…
 
In this episode (156) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy and Marcus are ice fishing, mostly fishing for answers to how hunters can better understand the political process and increase their advocacy. Topics covered include trends in hunting topics becoming political, how the game works, why we might need new organizations to be effective, hunters …
 
Mike & Dave are joined by Jessi Johnson from the Wyoming Wildlife Federation. Topics Discussed: Join in on the Conservation Conversation The false need for a Recording Studio, 5 Things Episodes and their Shelf Life, How Pastries make the Legislative World Go Around, Smuggling Zebra Mussels in Pet Store Moss Balls, One Careless Flush Away, Wolves an…
 
On this weeks podcast I am joined by my good friend Chad Sylvester of Exodus Outdoor Gear. We are covering a wide range of topics but the focus of our conversation centers around the ups and downs and struggles of starting, managing and continuing to grow a business in todays modern era. Thanks for listening! Exodus Outdoor Gear DEERHUNTERPODCAST.C…
 
This week Mike gives you an update on - 1)Senator Haaland's road to the Interior 2)5 Bills that are sitting before the House Committee on Natural Resources 3)March Hunting/Draw Application Deadlines 4)A Take on How the Pandemic created More Hunters 5)Wisconsin Wolves - A breakdown Don't miss out and head on over to our facebook listener group! This…
 
This week... hide tanning! Charlotte Sykes is a hunter from England who started keeping all her game hides the same year her husband decided he'd eat only game meat. Charlotte's journey has fledged into a business, Buckskyn, where she sells goods made from the hides she tans herself. Join us this week for a chat on how to get into hide tanning, an …
 
This week your host Mike McGrady, David Willms, and Nephi Cole break down the current Ammo Shortages, the Value of Non-Resident Hunters and discuss the history of the Public Trust Doctrine. Want to join in on the conversation? Head on over to our Podcast Listener Group. Other Topics Discussed: Long Beards, Short Beards, Patchy Beards, the ammo supp…
 
On this weeks episode I am joined by my friend Sam Soholt. Sam is a freelance photographer and videographer working primarily within the hunting and outdoor space. We are breaking down a bit of Sams life approach in regards to his business model, love for the wilderness and his passion in regards to conservation of wild places as well as our huntin…
 
Britt Longoria’s education and career journey took her to Africa, where she had the opportunity to experience an incredible landscape and its animals. At home in Texas, Longoria is still a hunter - and her passion is exploring how the hunting community can tell stories that share with the world the emotion, the adventure, and the “why” of our journ…
 
Brian Brooks, Executive Director of the Idaho Wildlife Federation, joins the guys to discuss Rep. Mike Simpson's plan to save salmon in the Pacific Northwest from extinction. They discuss: the history of salmon; the causes of salmon decline; the importance of the rivers for power and commerce; details of Rep. Simpson's plan to breach four dams alon…
 
In this episode (155) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy is joined by Steven Drake, passionate hunter and adventure photographer. Topics covered include making your passion your business, hunting for adventure, avalanche mountain goats, photography through a different lens, avoiding the dead horse roll, ski racer goes hunting, learning on the job,…
 
In this bonus episode of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy gives the 2021 highlights of the Utah application process prior to the March 4th deadline. Topics covered include deadlines, how the system works, fees, upfront costs, and what species are available to non-residents. Utah draw odds are really tough, but if you are lucky enough to draw, it is…
 
On this weeks podcast I am joined by my good friend Beau Martonic. Beau is host of the East Meets West podcast, has been involved in multiple film productions, he is a die hard big woods deer hunter. Our conversation today revolves mostly around filming, how and why to hunt big woods deer, deer camp traditions as well as a multitude of other topics…
 
Bart Likes is the owner and operator of Ol' Bart's Southern Eats located in Greenbriar, Arkansas. He spends time cooking up day-to-day meals for waterfowl operations such as Honey Brake and FowlCo and then takes his skillset on the road with a mobile kitchen featuring Traeger grills. He sits down this week with @thefowlhunter and talks about relati…
 
Ali Bair has managed to wrangle the lifestyle so many of us want -- cobbling together a career that matches our lifestyle. Ali is a fly-fishing guide in Colorado during the summers and works as a filmmaker in the off-season. This week we're talking about guide-life, the Covid fly-fishing boom, and how thinking beyond the all-day float trip opens up…
 
This week Dave and Nephi sit down with Ike Eastman of Eastmans' Publishing along with special guest co-host and American Hero, Kyle Lamb. In this episode, they discuss Hunting Outfitters as they hang in the balance and what the future may hold based on current events and policy. Join in on the Discussion Guest Bios: Ike Eastman - President of Eastm…
 
On this weeks podcast Im joined by host of The Hunt for Real Podcast Tony Peterson. We are breaking down Tony's approach to traveling to hunt while not breaking the bank as well as breaking down Tony's must have gear list. Thanks for listening. Tony Peterson Hunt for Real DEERHUNTERPODCAST.COM Join the Community Music Credit: CKY…
 
Teasing Next Weeks Episode and discussing the 5 things you ought to know! CONTEST: New Episode Series. New Name. Join the Podcast Listener Group to weigh in on the decision. Representative Cyrus Western’s Baby got a name… Wyoming House Bill 122-Hunting and Fishing Access- reliable funding Montana SB 143- Updates Significant Bill Change when it come…
 
What exactly do fish do all winter under the ice? It's a surprisingly ambiguous question. Almost everything we know about fish comes from studying them in warm weather. Aquatic Ecologist Bailey McMeans joins us to talk about what fish are up to in the depth of winter. Did you know fish brains are actually bigger in the winter than in the summer? Jo…
 
This week your hosts Nephi Cole, Mike McGrady, and Dave Willms sit down and talk with Wyoming Representative Cyrus Western to discuss a new piece of legislature aimed at providing reliable funding for hunting and fishing access in Wyoming. Want to continue the conversation? Join the brand new "Your Mountain Podcast Listener Group" today! Bills Disc…
 
In this episode (154) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio Randy shares the mic with Mac Minard, Executive Director of the Montana Outfitter and Guides Association. The discussion revolves around MT Senate Bill 143 that would take 60% now 39% of the non-resident deer/elk tags and give preference to those non-residents using the services of an outfitter. Th…
 
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