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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.
 
All elk, all the time, and only elk. Hunting elk is the aspirational pinnacle for most American hunters. Corey Jacobsen, 10-time World Elk Calling Champion, and Randy Newberg, long-time public land hunting advocate, have combined to lower the hurdles for aspiring elk hunters and provide insight from their combined decades of elk hunting mistakes that will give useful information to elk hunters of all experience levels. Brought to you by Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and partners Sitka Gear, ...
 
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Michelle & Scott welcome public land hunter & TV show host Randy Newberg, Hunter. Randy is probably the best elk hunter on the planet, and self-proclaimed fourth best bull-shitter in his family. But we don't talk elk hunting with Randy at all. If you are from Minnesota, you'll especially appreciate this podcast. Randy shares what happens when there…
 
Stacy Lyn Harris is a true southern lady – and how she got teamed up with Scott is a mystery that is soon revealed in this episode. With 7 kids, plus a hubby, pets, a farm and thriving business, it is a wonder how she’s able to “do it all.” Stacy shares stories from life on the farm – including funny COVID moments – and not-so-funny moments in her …
 
Andrea is a busy mom and entrepreneur who was a part-time bartender at Olive Garden, and then sheltering-in-place hit where she found herself as a stay-at-home teacher to two littles. An outlet was needed, so Quarantini Time began! Andrea shares on what it takes to go live and put yourself out there, what to do when there is a pumpkin shortage, and…
 
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 (60) of the Elk Talk Podcast, Randy and Corey catch up to discuss recent elk hunts during that transition from peak rut to post-rut. Topics covered include calling in October, second cycle rut, 2020 is a weird elk season, archery tactics for early rifle seasons, value of scouting, opening day strategy, elk change when the shooting s…
 
Scott & Michelle welcome Chef Susie Jimenez to the show! She is as talented as she is funny and energetic. She's a Chef to the stars, which she dishes in this episode. Susie was the runner-up to Season 7 of Food Network "Star" and lost to an idiot. But she's doing great, don't worry about that. She is a Hustler with a capital "H" and tells all abou…
 
In this Episode (59) of the Elk Talk Podcast, Corey and Randy answer listener questions about what has been a strange year for elk vocalization and rut intensity. Topics covered include reports from Corey and Randy’s hunts so far, challenge versus locating bugles, where are the elk if I am seeing fresh sign, hunting pressure, transition from peak r…
 
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…
 
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…
 
Scott & Michelle talk the state of commercial fishing with Tommy "The Fishmonger" Gomes. He's funny & full of passion and knowledge of the fishing industry. You will come away knowledgeable about how to buy fish from your local market - and perhaps adventurous to try new kinds of fish. Tommy explains what exactly is a Fishmonger, how he supports th…
 
In this Episode (58) of the Elk Talk Podcast, Randy is in the Idaho backcountry with Kurt Howard, GM of Rocky Mountain Hunting Calls, while Corey is off chasing Oregon elk. Topics covered include an autopsy of what can go wrong and what must go right on a high pressure public land archery elk hunt, moon phases, weather impacts, what causes peaks in…
 
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…
 
Join Michelle & Scott with special guest Nick Pinizzotto, CEO of National Deer Alliance AND QDMA, as they talk future of conservation groups in America and quality of this week's wine selections! Wines we were drinking: Going Viral - Merlot by Michael David Winery; Red Dog Road - sweet red table wine from Pennsylvania…
 
In this Episode (143) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy shares a mic with long-time hunting friend and his foot doctor, Bill Wilshire. Topics covered include foot myths, how much abuse your feet take, feet under heavy loads, prepping your feet, boot fit, blisters, foot mechanics, ankle issues, socks matter, foot ailments, bad toenails, orthotics,…
 
Scott & Michelle welcome Mark Strand as the show's first guest. And it just so happens Mark is the show's editor, so it was fitting to have him as our guest. We talk wine (of course), Central Coast of California, if Scott ever gets sick of cooking, Michelle's role as The Adequate Cook at her own house, and much, much more! Follow Mark's Patreon pag…
 
In this Episode (57) of The Elk Talk Podcast, Randy and Corey take on many listener questions that are focused on hunting elk in the pre-rut period; early September. Topics covered include calling techniques, solo set up, dispersal after velvet rub, drought impacts, when the rut gets rolling, when to cow call, water attracts, variable moisture patt…
 
In this Episode (142) Randy shares a mic with Arlando Chiles, founder of Campfire Evolution. Topics covered include what events bring new hunters to the fold, what can be learned from new hunter experiences, challenges for urban-based hunters, becoming a hunting leader in your circle, being a hunter in a non-hunter setting, hunting as the common de…
 
In Episode 56 of Elk Talk, Corey and Randy talk about some equipment specialized for elk hunting. Corey talks about his history designing elk calls, and Randy talks about his recent collaboration with Gerber. Corey goes into tactics of calling elk and setups in archery elk of late August and early September. Finally, they discuss using 3D maps for …
 
What is Michelle’s nickname? Only her parents use it. (hint: it’s Mickey) Is Mickey picky? Scott gives her a picky eater's test and we find out. Shocker of the week: turns out that cooking is subjective! Scott reveals that he doesn't love cooking competition reality TV shows. He says cooking should be celebrated and shared, not turned into a loser-…
 
In this Episode (141) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy shares the mic with Tyr Symank, a Green Beret Special Operations Combat Medic who specialized in triage field medicine for special forces. Topics covered include amputation in a mud hut, chronic dehydration, altitude sickness, blood carries oxygen, stop the bleeding, med kits, basic live sav…
 
In this episode (140) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy shares the mic with long-time friend and Canadian trapper, Richard Mellon. In addition to be a world-class trapper, Rich has an amazing sense of humor. Rich and his wife, Sandi, produce trapping content on Canadian TV. Topics covered include trapping history, differences in Canada, owning a …
 
If you host television shows and travel all over cooking for a living, stuff happens. So Michelle asked Scott for some juicy BTS tales. One starts with friends squishing dog poop between their toes at the foot of their bed in the middle of the night. What? Sticking with this theme, Scott reluctantly shares the story of a morning after a night of ea…
 
In Episode 139 of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy talks with Karrson Koivisto of Gerber about the three years they spent building a set of elk hunting knives, specifically designed for elk hunters. Topics covered include elk hunters need elk hunting tools, steps from concept to completion, starts with solving problems, building with intention, not…
 
In this Episode (138) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy is coerced by his crew to tell the New Mexico elk hunting story where a big bowl of 5-Alarm Chili almost ends his hunting career. It has all makings of a classic hunting story; camera man quits, two flat tires, good food, gastro-itis, run out of toilet paper, unable to walk, dream hunt down …
 
In this Episode (55) of The Elk Talk Podcast, Corey and Randy take on the many questions listeners have about hunting elk in grizzly bear country. Some of the best elk hunting in the west is occupied by grizzlies, yet many avoid these areas. Topics covered include avoidance, clean camps, field dressing among bears, hanging quarters in camp, bear sp…
 
Just once, you'd love to be a fly on the wall when a world-class chef is kicking back and spilling the beans about things he does every day to make food taste so good, right? Well, buzz your way over to this corner and listen, as Scott Leysath, The Sporting Chef, dishes on his favorite kitchen hacks. Hack #1: most kitchen gadgets are things you can…
 
In this Episode (54) of the Elk Talk Podcast, Corey and Randy talk llamas and elk hunting with Beau Baty of Wilderness Ridge Trail Llamas. Topics covered include the history of llamas, maintenance in the backcountry, max loads, what they eat, how to rent them, conflicts with bears and wolves, where they can go, temperament, comparison to horses and…
 
In this episode (137) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy shares the mic with John Nosler, CEO of the famed Nosler family business that revolutionized high performance big game bullets with the 1948 version of the Nosler Partition. Topics covered include how the business got started, trial & error, hunters at heart, sweeping the shop floor, employe…
 
Scott and Michelle test vodkas while attempting to record an episode. Scott pierces the veil on brand-name vodkas - and the shenanigans that he does during parties. Plus, he dives into his favorite vodka drink - and how people mess it up time and again. (We welcome ideas to name his drink.) We debate whether Two Buck Chuck is real wine. Other meaty…
 
In the Bonus Episode of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio Randy gives suggestions of over-the-counter (OTC) elk hunting options that are available after the drawings are done. Colorado, Oregon, and Utah are explained in detail. Point creep, preference point systems, and the complications that come with these systems is explained in great depth, as Randy ho…
 
Celebrate the art of cooking and wine pairings with The Sporting Chef Scott Leysath and Outdoor Insider Michelle Scheuermann. Michelle visits Scott at his home in Northern California just before COVID-19 hits us hard. So its good we got to drink this wine! Wines drank during the podcast: Michael David Winery Freakshow Chardonnay $18: https://shop.m…
 
In this episode (136) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy discusses sustainable wild seafood harvest with Jon Wanderaas of the Wild Alaska Seafood Box. Jon's life experience is the wild seafood industry from his hometown of Petersburg Alaska. Jon has started a business to connect small fisherman and select processors directly to consumers while wor…
 
In this episode (53) of the Elk Talk Podcast, Corey and Randy are again taking listener questions. Topics covered include which season dates to hunt, OTC every year or glory tags every ten years, llamas are your friend, learning your area, using OTC asyour fall back, too much pressure in Wilderness, low-point tags, how to get multiple tags each yea…
 
In this Episode (135) Randy shares the mic with Mark Kenyon, author of "That Wild Country" and host of the Wired to Hunt Podcast. Mark is a previous guest, known for his writing and advocacy of public lands. Topics include telling stories in writing, public advocacy, making public land issues tangible and relatable, generational interest in conserv…
 
In this bonus episode of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy gives a quick summary of applying for elk, deer, and antelope controlled hunts in Idaho. The deadline is June 5th, 2020, so don't delay. Topics covered include deadlines, fees, how the draw works, youth opportunities, non-resident allocations, how to get the most value from your investment, …
 
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