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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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Now displaying: September, 2015
Sep 24, 2015

In this episode of Hunt Talk Radio, Randy Newberg talks with Ed Arnett, Senior Biologist at the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership. They discuss topics including why you should care about sage grouse and the sagebrush ecosystem, what a lek is, wildfires and the invasion of cheatgrass, the relationship between the USFWS and the court systems, how grasslands affect the ecosystem, the "carnies of crisis", debunking the myth of limited hunting access due to sage grouse populations, political vs. biological science, the transition of paper habitat becoming real habitat, and what it means to be an advocate of the landscape. 

Sep 9, 2015

In this episode of Hunt Talk Radio, Randy Newberg talks with his production team: Troy Batzler, Loren Moulton, and Matthew Newberg. They discuss topics such as how Randy got into filming hunts for television; behind the scenes stories that never made it to tv; Randy's short lived stint as a cameraman; why Fruit of the Loom ought to sponsor the show; how the shoots and hunts for tv work logistically; non-verbal production communication; the camp food diet; how someone might get into the outdoor market; the finances that go into filming and why Randy's shows just may be the most expensive hunting tv to film; unsuccessful episodes; and receiving shooting instructions from your cameramen just as you've got an animal lined up in your crosshairs.

 

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