In this episode (199) if Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy invites New Mexico hunters Brandon Wynn and Jesse Deubel to talk about wildlife allocation and Trustee duties in their home state, with New Mexico being the motherland for landowner elk vouchers. Topics covered include the New Mexico example, Trustee duties, who are the beneficiaries, what is a fair allocation of the resource, can incentives work, do Trustees understand their responsibilities, recourse when Trustees ignore their duties, and many other topics that are expressed when Trustees of the Public Trust that holds wildlife do not feel accountable to their beneficiaries (the citizens of that state).
In this episode (198) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy is joined by prior guest and renowned wild game chef, Hank Shaw. This podcast focuses on Hank's wild game teaching, via his books, his website, and now his course with Outdoor Class. Hank emphasizes that with game, birds, or fish, very often the meat quality is gone due to how the meat is cared for before it gets to the kitchen. Other topics covered include "meat myths," love of pronghorn, knee surgery, cooking meat with complimentary methods, younger is tender, why Hank focuses on teaching, and a host of other funny stories about hunting, fishing, and the wild meat we get from those pursuits.