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Hunt Talk Radio, Randy Newberg Unfiltered | Hunting | Conservation | Politics | Tactics

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.
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Oct 16, 2017

In this episode of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randh is fresh out of the Kachina Peaks Wilderness of northern Arizona, having filled his bull tag with the aid of two camera guys who share the mic with him, Marcus Hockett and Ty Stubblefield.  Marcus and Ty filmed the event while joined by Randy's college buddy, Wade Zarlingo and Wade's friend Clayton Crowder.

Topics covered in this episode include hunting elk in the transition from peak rut to post rut, complications of hunting thick timber, how every elk plan changes before daylight, llamas as Randy's new hunting tool, energetic turkey hunters, hunting as a conservation tool, elk and aspens, meeting non-hunters on a trail while pack out an elk, what parts are edible, public lands as a hunter's playground, and every detail of how this amazing elk hunt unfolded.

2 Comments
  • over a year ago
    P. Brett Thorne
    Sh!tty Tip
    After listening to the episode, I wanted to share a back country tip I use when I'm in a camp more than a day or 2. I use a sh!t-rock or sh!t-log for my bathroom spot. I find a rock or log that has enough surface area to cover up multiple days worth of poop but isn't too heavy to roll or flip over. Before using it, once found I overturn it and dig out an area underneath large enough for all my bathroom needs for the time there. I recommend establishing all this prior to having to use the bathroom. If you find a rock or log that time has allowed a solid depression, and you dig your hole big enough, after doing the deed you return the object back to it's original position and it can completely seal keeping the poop out of sight and more importantly out of smell. The other benefit of the rock or log is that it can be used multiple times during a camp so you don't have to dig a hole for each session.

    Thanks again for all you guys do.
  • over a year ago
    Jack Sorum
    This was such a great podcast I had to comment. I listen to all your podcasts and they are great but this one was especially great. Love the passion for public lands, wilderness, conservation and the hunt. Keep up the great message of conservation and public land. Also Tye was awesome along with your crew. Doesn’t get better than your podcast and TV show

    Jack
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