Today on the show I’m joined by Charles Post, Tyler Sharp and Brad Neathery to discuss their new publication Modern Huntsman and the question of how we represent and communicate our hunting lifestyle.

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What You’ll Learn In This Episode:

– What Modern Huntsman is

– Why Modern Huntsman was created and what issues it was created to address

– What stereotypes of hunters might turn away non-hunters

– Why the perception of hunting by non-hunters matters

–  How public land management can be influenced by non-hunters and their opinions of hunters

– Does the statement “hunting is conservation” prove true even if we do nothing more than pay an excise tax?

– How hunting in Africa might impact hunting in America

– Who is a “modern huntsman”?

– Advice for better communicating with non-hunters about what we do

–  Saying “harvest” or saying “kill”?

– Recommended books and films related to the outdoors, hunting, conservation

-And much, much more!

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