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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.
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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In this Episode (147) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy gives his overview of the 2021 tag application season that starts with Alaska. Every year some dreams of special places or species becomes reality when a prepared and informed hunter draws a dream tag. To be one of those hunters, you first need a tag, which requires a plan and a budget. This…
 
We are thankful for you this Thanksgiving and for the opportunity to get after that green during another duck season. This week's episode was recorded during Instagram Live with fellow public land waterfowl hunters discussion random on goings to this point of our young season. Be sure to subscribe and rate the podcast and follow the @dr_duck journe…
 
Mule deer are remarkably faithful to the geographies they were raised in... until they're not. Ungulate ecologist Rhiannon Jakopak from the Monteith Shop joins us to talk about rogue individuals, migration fidelity, the rose petal hypothesis, and more. Plus, the emotions of harvesting your first animal (slash ANY animal). 4:00 From vegetarianism to…
 
You've heard it before: "If we kill the animals with the biggest horns, aren't we selecting for smaller horns over time?" This week we take a deep dive into that question with ungulate biologist Tayler LaSharr in the third episode of our special series with The Monteith Shop. We'll also talk about her research into how mule deer behaviors are affec…
 
The guys dive deep into the 2020 Election and analyze what it means for sportsmen and women. They discuss the Congressional Review Act, a controversial new LWCF Secretarial Order, executive branch transition, political calculus of cabinet appointments, last minute executive orders, opportunities in a new Congress, what to expect from the Biden admi…
 
@dr_duck and @thefowlhunter are underway in the Dakotas and recording their journey all duck season long here and on the Realtree Outdoors 365 app! How is your waterfowl season going? Get in on the public land hunting conversation by subscribing here, checking out YouTube and on social media and let us know!…
 
This week we're surfing the green wave! Seasonal mule deer migration is based on food availability. Deer move across the landscape to maximize their access to high-quality food resources. This week we're joined by migration ecologist Ellen Aikens of the Monteith Shop to learn more about Wyoming's mule deer populations and how they're challenged by …
 
On this episode I am joined by my friend Alvin Sitkiewicz. If you are looking for solid information on how to kill mature big woods whitetails on public land look no further. Alvin is host of Michigan Gone Wild and he and his crew kill big, mature deer very consistently where the vast majority of hunters fail to do so and they do it while filming. …
 
This is the first in a special series Artemis is airing with the Monteith Shop, an ungulate research lab at the University of Wyoming. This week we're joined by Rebecca Levine, whose research is focused on understanding the thermal ecology of moose. More than half of southern moose populations in the Lower 48 are in decline. We talk parasite loads,…
 
Interest is growing in conserving 30% of the world's land and water by 2030. Dave and Nephi explore 30x30, including its origins, pitfalls, and opportunities. They only scratch the surface, but you'll see why it's complicated. But before that, you'll have to endure some of their 2020 elk, pronghorn, and mule deer hunting stories.…
 
Ashley Chance once caught more than 300 deer in three months as a part of a field tech crew. She joins Artemis as the group's coordinator in the Southeast after a career as a wildlife biologist. On this episode we hear about Ashely's graduate research - how mature bucks move in response to hunting pressure - what she has planned for Artemis, and wh…
 
In this Episode (146) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio Randy and Marcus give a mid-season update. Topics covered include updates on Alaska moose and caribou, Wyoming deer, Colorado elk, Idaho elk, New Mexico elk, mistakes we've made, oversights, how to handle a mistake, transparency, read the regulations, complications of hunting multiple states, plann…
 
In this episode, I talk to Yana Robertson of Pure Venatic a clothing company that she runs. Her clothes are inspired by her experiences in nature. Yana was pretty much born with a traditional bow in her hand. She hunts big and small game exclusively with a traditional bow. If you're interested in her products, go check them out and use the Promo Co…
 
How many conservationists get so consumed by their jobs that they don't actually get outside? Michelle Doerr is a hunter, angler, and all-around Minnesotan gal whose career is focused on helping conservationists avoid burnout. It starts with knowing yourself, what self-care you need (hint: it probably involves getting outside), and making it happen…
 
@dr_duck and @thefowlhunter sit down this week with five time world calling qualifier and public duck hunter Cody Johnson @dirtyoak_waterfowl to talk about calling ducks. This is the first of a series of episodes focused on calling as we head in to another waterfowl season. Be sure to follow the Dr Duck journey all season long by subscribing to thi…
 
You may have heard the recent news of Congress recently passing America's Conservation Enhancement (ACE) Act, and how that's good for hunters/anglers. If you are wondering what the ACE Act does, this podcast is for you. Dave and Nephi break down the ACE Act to highlight everything it does for wildlife and wildlife habitat. Check it out, then thank …
 
On this weeks episode I am joined by my good friend Greg Litzinger. Greg is a highly accomplished big buck killler and he does so as consistently as anyone I know. It's not by way of killing gift wrapped bucks on highly managed land either. Gregs a public land mobile hunter that tracks down big deer and takes the fight to them and consistently clos…
 
Does it feel different shooting a whitetail deer versus a squirrel? Everyone has a different take on that… and it’s different for every hunter. This week Artemis is joined by Sam Seaton of the Archery Trade Association. We talk about new hunter recruitment, your headspace in the field… AND some archery-themed topics, like what pop culture means for…
 
On this weeks podcast I am joined by my good friend Drew Kohlhofer of Selway Archery. We are discussing conservation efforts and funding. Both Drew and I share the same love and passion for wild places and wild animals. As well as have a heavily vested interest in the protection of hunting and our lifestyle for generations to come. Thanks for liste…
 
Alyssa LeBlanc is Canada-famous for her appearance in season six of MasterChef Canada. In the hunting and fishing world, she's known for her incredible wild food recipes and YouTube videos. Alyssa tells Artemis about her family's culture of hunting, why she started spending more time in the kitchen, and how making good food starts with some basic s…
 
@dr_duck and @thefowlhunter talk this week about the bottom lines when scouting. Join us each week as we continue the public land waterfowl conversation presented by Realtree Outdoors and brought to you by 737 Duck Calls, River Bottom Retrievers, OnX Hunt and the Aviator by Big Top Outfitters. Be sure to rate, subscribe and share the love #enjoythe…
 
In this short Bonus Episode of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy returns to discuss "Stamp It Forward," a creative conservation idea put together by Sam and Josh Soholt. Topics covered include what Duck Stamps pay for, the history of the duck stamp, National Wildlife Refuge system, waterfowl hunting, how you can help, and other side notes that hopef…
 
On this episode I am joined by Todd Havel. Todd is a successful tracker and big woods hunter. He has killed some incredible deer thought multiple states in the midwest. Because Todd is a contractor and has limited time he has not had the opportunity to bow hunt in many years. This season Todd decided to slow down his work load and rededicate himsel…
 
It's hard to say which is sweeter about Jackson - the epic fishing, or the honey hole of amazing women anglers. This week we speak to one of the staples of that community, Clairey Grubbs. Fly-fishing is the even keel of Clairey's life, and she talks about what it's like to be a part of her community and raise her son in the same lifestyle. Plus, we…
 
Massive fires are burning across the western United States. Politicians are casting blame, and conspiracy theories are flooding the internet. In this episode, the guys take on the topic of forest management. They discuss the history of US management, different factors that are contributing to today's fires, and some (very general) suggestions to ta…
 
In this Episode (145) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy shares the mic with Brian Yablonski, CEO of Property and Environment Research Center (PERC), the founders and leading voices in Free Market Environmentalism. Topics covered include wildlife migrations and conserving those corridors, public wildlife needing private land, conservation incentiv…
 
On this weeks episode I'm joined by my dear friend Dan Infalt. If you know Dan I don't need to say anything. If you do not, well, you're in for a treat. Dan is the founder and host of the wildly popular HUNTING BEAST. A legendary media outlet that focuses solely on strategy and tactics for hunting down mature whitetail bucks. Dan is one of the bett…
 
Imagine this: You see a film that fosters such big thoughts and ideas that you have to share it with others, and discuss! That's the idea behind Tracy Nguyen-Chung and Ciara Lacy's work. In ‘Connection,’ both filmmakers follow Autumn Harry, a member of the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe, on her journey as a fly-fisher. Along the way, they bring to the f…
 
On September 22, 2020, the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee will hold a hearing on the "Endangered Species Act Amendments of 2020." The bill isn't going anywhere in this Congress, but as the guys discuss, some of the ideas it contains might warrant discussion. They'll take you through the multi-year effort that led to the bill, general…
 
Indiana hunter Cindy Stites found her way into the field after exiting an abusive marriage. With every hunt, she slowly saw the return of her old self -- someone who's confident, happy, and adventurous. The more she got into hunting, the more she adopted a new attitude to opportunities that came her way: "Start saying yes." She said 'yes' to becomi…
 
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In this Episode (144) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy shares a mic with long-time friend, hunter, conservation volunteer, and optometrist, Dr. Tom Sather. Topics include all things vision-related to hunting and shooting, age and the eyes, eye disease, surgery or glasses or contacts, progressive lenses can be a disaster, alignment of the eye and…
 
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