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    What about a spot and stalk or calling mountain lion hunt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LukeDuke View Post
    Is the Nevada hunt with Randy and his son posted someplace? I did a quick YouTube search this a.m and didn't come across it.
    I was going to be all excited and say "yeah! of course it is." Then I looked at what was live on YouTube. It's not posted yet. Soon, hopefully.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tikka shooter View Post
    I think you should have an episode of hunting with your wife. Also was wondering how you get to hunt so much throughout the year, away from the family. Maybe a family hunting trip would be a good episode, or couple of episodes.

    I have young children and try to get them watching hunting shows, take them on quad rides, etc. Tough to get a trip away 7hr drive, small kids out in the woods to hunt. Wife is not into the hunting thing, but never complains about eating bacon wrapped elk tenderloins.

    Perhaps another idea for a show is showing people how to butcher their own meat once it's home and has been hanging a couple of days. To me, butchering/wrapping your own is where the true meaning of hunting really is. All that work to get an animal, and then process it into roasts/steaks/sausage is where the time in the hunt truly pays off.

    And while your at it, maybe some wild game recipes / cooking.

    Anyhow keep up the good work. Really appreciate your enthusiasm.
    I would love to see a female hunter on the show. As a woman, that would really mean a lot to me, and I know I'm not the only one who feels this way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by desertsage View Post
    I would love to see a female hunter on the show. As a woman, that would really mean a lot to me, and I know I'm not the only one who feels this way.
    There was a female hunter as part of the Hunt Talk Bear Hunt in season 4 of Fresh Tracks (https://youtu.be/4RHqYQZ7ACo) but so far no episodes have really focused on a female. It is on our list to do if we can find the right person and right story.

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    How about a state by state budget hunt. A lot of Sportsmen and people who want to hunt are on a tight budget. You could do a Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming $300 total hunt. Your a resident of that state and we spot you a gun (if you don't have a gun howa is a fine budget rifle, cheap but not cheaply made) and a truck and the rest is in that budget. Fuel, groceries, tag, license, etc. Is it hard? Yep, but people do it all the time. I think we all remember nights in a $20 Wal-mart tent eating beanie weeny out of a can heated by fire with blankets to sleep in. However we were still excited to be out. Newcomers may not know by watching hunting shows because we use good gear how to hunt on a budget. You could split the same hunt and say this is your $200, $300, $400 options.

    A predator hunt- Coyote, Wolf, Lion. Calling or spot and stalk. Also skinning and field care for the same species. Depending on how you want it mounted, rugged, or for sale you need to skin differently.

    More trapping- It's a good way to make some extra cash, It's fun, can get you an in with a landowner if you save some cattle, and it helps game populations.

    Field judging age of animals.

    Care for a cape and head on a big game hunt- Fleshing, salting and so on. It's not always needed but good to know if you need to.

    Muzzleloader hunts.

    Handicap/Disabled accessible hunts- Hunters with a valid handicap sticker get access to more roads in Idaho and can hunt from the road. They are allowed a companion to help. Wilderness hunts are awesome. But with a wheelchair bound mother and aging companions I always try to think of things they can do if they want to go. One of my favorites was watching Ole deer hunt. It made me want to call my dad up and take him hunting.

    Caribou, sheep, or goat in Alaska. Also the budget to do it. Like you did for bear. I REALLY enjoyed seeing it could be done on a modest budget.

    Bear hunting over bait. How to properly set a bear bait.
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    Currently listening to episode 57 of the podcast. you & the guest are talking about hunting on the east coast.

    I'm not "experienced" hunting the adirondacks but i'm right on the edge (5ish miles) of them so would be willing to help you navigate the logistics

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    The 'Dacks would be cool, I spent a lot of time chasing grouse and deer up there, lots of leg room up there when the weather starts to turn sour. One of the few places on the east coast anymore where a buck can grow old and die while never seeing a human.

    Where are you located Tim?

    Hunting up there Randy could swap his Sitka gear for some Malone woolies and an old .30-30 chasing a big ole NY bruiser with a fresh trackin snow lol. Lots of tradition in those hills!
    “Well, Arizona’s some place,” I told John. “I knew you climbed for water and dug for wood, and that it had more cows and less milk than any state in the union, but it’s the first time I’ve ever climbed for ducks.” - Jack O'Connor

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    Quote Originally Posted by tim629 View Post
    Currently listening to episode 57 of the podcast. you & the guest are talking about hunting on the east coast.

    I'm not "experienced" hunting the adirondacks but i'm right on the edge (5ish miles) of them so would be willing to help you navigate the logistics
    Quote Originally Posted by WalkingBird View Post
    The 'Dacks would be cool, I spent a lot of time chasing grouse and deer up there, lots of leg room up there when the weather starts to turn sour. One of the few places on the east coast anymore where a buck can grow old and die while never seeing a human.

    Where are you located Tim?

    Hunting up there Randy could swap his Sitka gear for some Malone woolies and an old .30-30 chasing a big ole NY bruiser with a fresh trackin snow lol. Lots of tradition in those hills!
    I am with both of you and would love to see more eastern hunts. My family has a cabin in north central PA on public land. Sadly, Randy has addressed the eastern hunting topic before and due to partnerships based on a western DIY, public land hunting he won't be able to do it. Maybe it could be something we see on his YouTube channel?

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    I think Randy should do a show with a fat broken wounded combat veteran who won't be able to keep up with him that would probably end up shooting a spike
    I'm an addict...archery, rifles, shotguns, handguns, muzzleloaders, hunting, fishing, fly fishing..and I don't want rehab

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnCushman View Post
    I think Randy should do a show with a fat broken wounded combat veteran who won't be able to keep up with him that would probably end up shooting a spike
    Working on that, but the "spike" part will have a different ending.
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    Randy, i don't think any of us expect you to always fill your tag.in fact i think you fill more than expected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by old man View Post
    Randy, i don't think any of us expect you to always fill your tag.in fact i think you fill more than expected.
    Thanks. Good feedback to hear.

    This year, at least so far, has been one for the ages. Doubt we can continue the streak we are currently on, but we're gonna try.
    My name is Randy Newberg and I approved this post. What is written is my opinion, and my opinion only.

    "Hunt when you can. You're gonna run outta health before you run outta money."

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnCushman View Post
    I think Randy should do a show with a fat broken wounded combat veteran who won't be able to keep up with him that would probably end up shooting a spike
    I hope this goes through, I've got a lucky Air Force beer koozie here in Cheyenne for ya too. I know the viewers would love to see you and Randy toast an ice cold busch light on national TV.
    "It's true hard work never killed anybody, but I figure, why take a chance?" -Ronald Reagan

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    Quote Originally Posted by WalkingBird View Post
    The 'Dacks would be cool, I spent a lot of time chasing grouse and deer up there, lots of leg room up there when the weather starts to turn sour. One of the few places on the east coast anymore where a buck can grow old and die while never seeing a human.

    Where are you located Tim?

    Hunting up there Randy could swap his Sitka gear for some Malone woolies and an old .30-30 chasing a big ole NY bruiser with a fresh trackin snow lol. Lots of tradition in those hills!

    I grew up in south central PA (below State College/PSU)

    Now i'm North of Utica NY in the black river valley right on the edge of the Tug Hill and Adirondacks. usually just drive out to old forge for movies, or I believe our horse trail system is in the adirondacks a bit but once you drive deeper into the park it's a different world than out here on the edges with farm lands and small patches of woods...

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    Snow geese in the conservation season. I know a guy you could go with

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    A gator hunt is needed.

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    I know you said Western big game, but knowing you're from Minnesota and that's where you learned to hunt.

    It would be cool to see a show where you retrace you foot steps through you're old stomping grounds on a whitetail hunt. Focusing more on your history and learning the woods.

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    How about a desert mule deer hunt in southeastern New Mexico. Obtainable tags, lots of public land and some good deer.

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