In Episode 105 of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, we have a follow up to the recent "hunting & marriage" episode. This is marital advice from married women; Hillary, Morgan, and Jen laying down the facts to Randy. Topics covered include men being clueless, hunting is a mistress, the thought does count, expectations, financial fairness, time budgets, I need a break from the kids, what women mean versus what they say, and many valuable "decodings" for the hunter who wants marital harmony.
In the episode (104) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy sits down with US Senator Steve Daines to discuss the recent public land, S. 47, bill that became law. Topics covered include an overview of S. 47, how complex bills become legislation, unifying message of public lands and conservation, Land & Water Conservation Fund, importance of public access, LWCF funding mechanism, hunters in Congress, Senator Daines' hunting and fishing background, how Senate rules work, killing bad amendments, what is next on the public land front, and many stories of hunting and fishing public lands.
In this Bonus Episode of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy gives a quick overview of the Montana drawing process and how non-residents can use Montana as a predictable state for their plan to hunt elk every year. Topics covered include the Montana tag draw system, general tag, limited entry tags, long seasons, public land archery benefits, returned tags, deadlines, and enough other tips to get you well on your way to hunting elk in Montana.
In this episode (103) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy has return guest Jim Heffelfinger, Science Coordinator for Arizona Game & Fish who also leads their Department involvement recovery of the Mexican Wolf. Topics covered include Mexican wolves, Endangered Species Act, Congressional delisting, genetic purge, Colorado gray wolf proposal, litigation, can the ESA work in a litigation environment, and a lot of other difficult topics related to reintroduction and recovery of endangered species.
In this bonus episode of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy gives a quick overview of the Utah elk tag drawing system as it applies to non-residents. Topics include how the system works, why UT is a long-term plan, allocating time and money budgets, realistic expectations, bonus points, limited non-resident opportunity, great season dates, big bulls, lots of public land, and other high-level topics to get you started thinking about elk hunting in Utah.
In this bonus episode of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy is celebrating his 30th wedding anniversary today. As part of that big event, Randy has invited some fellow hunters, Bart May, Michael Parente, and Dan Wilde to discuss marriage advice for men. Version 2 will have marriage advice from women guests. Topics covered include "peace, not justice," men are bad negotiators, women are smarter, know what you bring to the table, don't care too much, don't be handy, setting & exceeding expectation, when to get married, elope if you can, measuring the future costs, taxidermy, and a host of other topics men usually mess up on when trying to accommodate their hunting passion with their marriage. Stay tuned for the women's perspective.
In this bonus episode of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy is joined by Brady Miller of goHUNT.com to give a brief overview of how the Arizona elk non-resident tag system works. Topics covered include point system, draw process, youth licenses, how to avoid the 10% non-resident cap, increase your odds, use both your choices, and many other points to get you started on the path to someday hunting elk in Arizona.
In this Episode of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio (EP102) Randy is joined in southern Arizona by friends wildlife biologists Wade Zarlingo (Mearns Quail Expert), Al Eiden (Quail Forever Regional Director), and Kyle Dutro (Arizona Game & Fish Landowner Relations Director). Topics covered are quail management, quail hunting, landowner access programs, Farm Bill for hunters, watering deserts for wildlife, hunting impacts on populations, large landscape management, public land access, conservation volunteers, and other topics pertinent to hunting Arizona.
In this Bonus Episode of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy is joined by Brady Miller of goHUNT.com. Continuing with the mantra that you should hunt elk every year, the guys give a half hour dissertation of the points you need to know about drawing elk tags in Wyoming. Topics covered include point system, regular versus special draw, random draw, draw odds, strategy by point level, general tags, archery options and enough Wyoming draw information to give you a good start in your research. Don't miss the deadline of January 31.
In this episode (101) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy is joined by crew members, Marcus and Michael, along with frequent TV guest, Jerry Pritchard. Listeners have asked for the full story of why Randy won't hunt Mexico. He and Jerry explain their night in a Mexican jail, making it clear why they will never hunt Mexico. After that story, other topics include Coues deer hunting, antelope jackrabbits, dove, quail, javelina, Arizona style chili, drawing tags in Arizona, and other random thoughts from a Coues deer camp in the Sonoran desert.
In this short bonus episode of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy gives an overview of what can be expected in application season of 2019. The focus will be "hunt elk every year," with Wyoming and Arizona as the first states to be considered in this short-term, mid-term, and long-term plan. Joining Randy is Trail Kreitzer of goHUNT.com, explaining the updates found in the new version of the goHUNT INSIDER service. Topics covered are details of Wyoming and Arizona non-resident elk drawings.