Today on the show we’re joined by Randy Newberg to discuss my very first black bear hunt, western whitetails and the latest on conservation and public land issues impacting the future of hunting.
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What You’ll Learn In This Episode:
– The story of my very first black bear hunt ever
– Why Randy Newberg took me hunting where he did
– How Randy determines where to look for black bears and other western big game
– More black bear hunting advice and what to know when trying your first spot and stalk black bear hunt
– How to differentiate male versus female bears
– Why whitetail hunting out west is so cool
– Our plans for the western whitetail trifecta
– What kind of firepower do you need to hunt a black bear
– The latest on the public land transfer movement
– How politicians are now trying to under-cut public lands in a more nuanced way
– The importance of hunters and anglers fighting for protection of our core natural resources – clear air, clean water, etc
– And much, much more!
Show notes, resources, links:
– To learn more about Sitka Gear, visit their website here.
– To learn more about Jeff Propst and the properties he has listed with Whitetail Properties, click this link
– To see/hear more from Randy, visit his website here
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