Today on the show we’re joined by Randy Newberg to discuss one of the greatest threats to public lands and public land hunting in America. This is an episode you don’t want to miss, whether you hunt private or public land, east coast, west coast or in between.

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What You’ll Learn In This Episode:

– Why Dan and I had to vent a little about politics, anti-hunters and the like

– An update on how Randy’s 2015 hunting season went

– What are the basics of this “Transfer of Public Lands” issue and why we need to be concerned about it

– Why do some people want to transfer federal public lands to the states

– Why state management isn’t all it’s cracked up to be

– Why it’s likely that state ownership of federal public lands would likely lead to many of those lands being sold

– The history of federal and state public land in America

– Why this issue matters to whitetail hunters

– Why the federal government does have challenges managing public land at times

– Who specifically is driving this goal of transferring or selling public lands

– What we can do about this issue

– And much, much more!

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