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Hunt Talk Radio

Randy Newberg

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Hunt Talk Radio

Hunt Talk Radio

Randy Newberg

36
Followers
139
Plays
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Hunt Talk Radio, Randy Newberg Unfiltered is a podcast covering hunting politics, public lands, and conservation topics; even a few things you didn’t need to know. The best hunters you’ve never heard of join Randy to answer questions from the Hunt Talk web forum, share ideas, reveal tactics, and give perspectives unique to public land hunting.

Latest Episodes

Game Cooking Games with Shaw and O'Dell

In this Episode (125) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy confesses his ineptitude and failures as a wild game cook while sharing the mic with past guests Hank Shaw and Johnathan O'Dell. Topics covered include cooking insecurities, simplify game cooking, closing the wild harvest loop, kitchen confidence, good hunters can be terrible cooks, methods and techniques more important than recipes, and a lot of other topics to help hunters get over the intimidation of experimenting with their wild game dishes.

110 MIN4 d ago
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Game Cooking Games with Shaw and O'Dell

Bonus EP: Draw Your Utah Hunting Tag in 2020

In this Bonus Episode, we cover all things related to applying for tags in Utah, mostly focused on non-resident applicants. Topics covered include upfront costs, point systems, how the Utah system works, deadlines, bonus versus preference points, species available, general buck deer compared to limited entry deer, order of the draw and how that affects your tag strategy, allocating your application budget, returning tags, and other highlights to the drawing system.

27 MIN1 w ago
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Bonus EP: Draw Your Utah Hunting Tag in 2020

Conservation as a Business Principle

In Episode 124 of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Sam and Josh Soholt talk about how conservation is one of their business cornerstones at Public Land Tees. Topics covered include conservation as a business principle, Duck Stamps for all, creativity is a necessity, work as a passion, waterfowling, Public Land Van, being all in, why "it" matters, hunting for the future, donating to access, conservation business partners, advocacy is your business, and a host of other topics about business and conservation.

80 MIN2 w ago
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Conservation as a Business Principle

Bonus Episode - Hunt Arizona Elk in 2020

In this bonus episode of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio Randy gives a quick summary of Arizona draw systems, some strategy ideas, and the details of costs and deadlines. Topics covered will include the two parts of the Arizona draw system, how it works best for low point holders and higher point holders. Also the best strategy to get the most from your hunt code choices and leverage the investment you make in your non-resident hunting license.

26 MIN3 w ago
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Bonus Episode - Hunt Arizona Elk in 2020

Hunting's Role In A Changing World

In this Episode (123) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy shares a mic with recurring guest, Shane Mahoney. Shane brings his role as a policy maker in global conservation. Topics covered include studies on acceptance of hunting, species thinking and feelings, along with topics on genetics research, reconcile taking for food, evolving ideas on hunting, how wildlife is viewed worldwide, learning from animals, dangers of ignoring reality, and many more topics if huge importance to hunting and conservation.

67 MINJAN 26
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Hunting's Role In A Changing World

Bonus Episode: Get Your 2020 Wyoming Elk Tag

In this Bonus Episode of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy give a short summary of the Wyoming elk application process and the big changes in store for 2020. This is the first of many bonus episodes that will be posted to help listeners be reminded of deadlines and give quick strategies and idea for each state. Thanks to onX and goHUNT INSIDER for making these possible. Use Promo Code RANDY to save money with both of those valuable tools and maybe win a Wyoming Commissioners Tag.

23 MIN2019 DEC 31
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Bonus Episode: Get Your 2020 Wyoming Elk Tag

Wyoming Late Elk Hunt Debacle

In this Episode (122) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy and Marcus are on their way home from a tough late season Wyoming Elk hunt. Topics covered include hunts that don't go well, weather challenges, closed public roads, risk of short hunts, difficult access, checkerboard areas, hunting small sections, know where you are, etiquette of shared hunting spots, "my spot," sharing public land, hunters helping others, and other issues that have been on our discussion list for a while.

102 MIN2019 DEC 20
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Wyoming Late Elk Hunt Debacle

Montana Elk Camp Summary

In this episode (121) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy is summarizing a recent Montana elk hunt with Marcus Hockett and Adam Foss. Topics covered include late season elk patterns, hunting pressure on public land, sanctuaries, going a bit further, weather influences, glassing, using pack animals, hunting mid-week, tools for locating elk, bugling in November, how far is too far, new areas and same habits, and a host of other topics that explain a late-season elk hunt on highly pressured public land.

88 MIN2019 NOV 18
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Montana Elk Camp Summary

Wyoming Mule Deer Conservation

In this Episode (120) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy is on a long awaited Wyoming mule deer hunt and shares a mic with Chris Steffen and Jared Oakleaf, of the mule deer conservation group, Muley Fanatic Foundation. Topics covered included mule deer, migration routes, does lead the herd, winter kill, quality habitat, risk-reward of migration, corridors, Wyoming Migration Initiative, and other topics related to the amazing conservation story that is the migratory mule deer of western Wyoming.

148 MIN2019 NOV 11
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Wyoming Mule Deer Conservation

Theodore Roosevelt IV - Wild Places and Wildlife

In this Episode (119) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy shares a mic with Theodore Roosevelt IV. Topics covered include changing climate and impacts to wildlife and hunting, change is constant, science or bias, shrinking wildness, value of wild places, conservation, Roosevelt Legacy, Vietnam service, operating a science-dependent investment business, favorite hunting and fishing adventures, and a host of other topics through the eyes of an investment banker who loves wild places and wild things.

91 MIN2019 NOV 4
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Theodore Roosevelt IV - Wild Places and Wildlife

Latest Episodes

Game Cooking Games with Shaw and O'Dell

In this Episode (125) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy confesses his ineptitude and failures as a wild game cook while sharing the mic with past guests Hank Shaw and Johnathan O'Dell. Topics covered include cooking insecurities, simplify game cooking, closing the wild harvest loop, kitchen confidence, good hunters can be terrible cooks, methods and techniques more important than recipes, and a lot of other topics to help hunters get over the intimidation of experimenting with their wild game dishes.

110 MIN4 d ago
Comments
Game Cooking Games with Shaw and O'Dell

Bonus EP: Draw Your Utah Hunting Tag in 2020

In this Bonus Episode, we cover all things related to applying for tags in Utah, mostly focused on non-resident applicants. Topics covered include upfront costs, point systems, how the Utah system works, deadlines, bonus versus preference points, species available, general buck deer compared to limited entry deer, order of the draw and how that affects your tag strategy, allocating your application budget, returning tags, and other highlights to the drawing system.

27 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Bonus EP: Draw Your Utah Hunting Tag in 2020

Conservation as a Business Principle

In Episode 124 of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Sam and Josh Soholt talk about how conservation is one of their business cornerstones at Public Land Tees. Topics covered include conservation as a business principle, Duck Stamps for all, creativity is a necessity, work as a passion, waterfowling, Public Land Van, being all in, why "it" matters, hunting for the future, donating to access, conservation business partners, advocacy is your business, and a host of other topics about business and conservation.

80 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Conservation as a Business Principle

Bonus Episode - Hunt Arizona Elk in 2020

In this bonus episode of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio Randy gives a quick summary of Arizona draw systems, some strategy ideas, and the details of costs and deadlines. Topics covered will include the two parts of the Arizona draw system, how it works best for low point holders and higher point holders. Also the best strategy to get the most from your hunt code choices and leverage the investment you make in your non-resident hunting license.

26 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Bonus Episode - Hunt Arizona Elk in 2020

Hunting's Role In A Changing World

In this Episode (123) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy shares a mic with recurring guest, Shane Mahoney. Shane brings his role as a policy maker in global conservation. Topics covered include studies on acceptance of hunting, species thinking and feelings, along with topics on genetics research, reconcile taking for food, evolving ideas on hunting, how wildlife is viewed worldwide, learning from animals, dangers of ignoring reality, and many more topics if huge importance to hunting and conservation.

67 MINJAN 26
Comments
Hunting's Role In A Changing World

Bonus Episode: Get Your 2020 Wyoming Elk Tag

In this Bonus Episode of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy give a short summary of the Wyoming elk application process and the big changes in store for 2020. This is the first of many bonus episodes that will be posted to help listeners be reminded of deadlines and give quick strategies and idea for each state. Thanks to onX and goHUNT INSIDER for making these possible. Use Promo Code RANDY to save money with both of those valuable tools and maybe win a Wyoming Commissioners Tag.

23 MIN2019 DEC 31
Comments
Bonus Episode: Get Your 2020 Wyoming Elk Tag

Wyoming Late Elk Hunt Debacle

In this Episode (122) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy and Marcus are on their way home from a tough late season Wyoming Elk hunt. Topics covered include hunts that don't go well, weather challenges, closed public roads, risk of short hunts, difficult access, checkerboard areas, hunting small sections, know where you are, etiquette of shared hunting spots, "my spot," sharing public land, hunters helping others, and other issues that have been on our discussion list for a while.

102 MIN2019 DEC 20
Comments
Wyoming Late Elk Hunt Debacle

Montana Elk Camp Summary

In this episode (121) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy is summarizing a recent Montana elk hunt with Marcus Hockett and Adam Foss. Topics covered include late season elk patterns, hunting pressure on public land, sanctuaries, going a bit further, weather influences, glassing, using pack animals, hunting mid-week, tools for locating elk, bugling in November, how far is too far, new areas and same habits, and a host of other topics that explain a late-season elk hunt on highly pressured public land.

88 MIN2019 NOV 18
Comments
Montana Elk Camp Summary

Wyoming Mule Deer Conservation

In this Episode (120) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy is on a long awaited Wyoming mule deer hunt and shares a mic with Chris Steffen and Jared Oakleaf, of the mule deer conservation group, Muley Fanatic Foundation. Topics covered included mule deer, migration routes, does lead the herd, winter kill, quality habitat, risk-reward of migration, corridors, Wyoming Migration Initiative, and other topics related to the amazing conservation story that is the migratory mule deer of western Wyoming.

148 MIN2019 NOV 11
Comments
Wyoming Mule Deer Conservation

Theodore Roosevelt IV - Wild Places and Wildlife

In this Episode (119) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy shares a mic with Theodore Roosevelt IV. Topics covered include changing climate and impacts to wildlife and hunting, change is constant, science or bias, shrinking wildness, value of wild places, conservation, Roosevelt Legacy, Vietnam service, operating a science-dependent investment business, favorite hunting and fishing adventures, and a host of other topics through the eyes of an investment banker who loves wild places and wild things.

91 MIN2019 NOV 4
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Theodore Roosevelt IV - Wild Places and Wildlife
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