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    When are we going to hear the new episode! I know Randy has been a busy man but I have been waiting since I finished episode 72.

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    Thanks for the patience. Sorry for the delays. Between a new tax bill passed before Christmas, the holidays, a blizzard that cancelled a podcast with Hal Herring, we finally got one recorded yesterday. It is at the editor, being polished. It will be live as soon as it is returned to us.

    Thanks again for hanging with us. We will try to make it up with some bonus podcasts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Fin View Post
    Thanks for the patience. Sorry for the delays. Between a new tax bill passed before Christmas, the holidays, a blizzard that cancelled a podcast with Hal Herring, we finally got one recorded yesterday. It is at the editor, being polished. It will be live as soon as it is returned to us.

    Thanks again for hanging with us. We will try to make it up with some bonus podcasts.


    Thanks for the quick reply! Just looking forward to hearing good folks talking about hunting.

    thanks again,

    Heath

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    Can't wait! Podcasts are the reason I enjoy driving to work.

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    Here is the Stitcher link for Episode 73 - https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/hun...ion?refid=stpr

    Sorry it took so long to get this up. This podcast is just touching the surface of ideas I want to talk about related to public lands, advocacy, politics, etc. The first part is us explaining our move to digital platforms, then starts down the path of Monuments, sage grouse, and the Utah delegation making a deal with the White House whereby the end result of that deal is that Secretary of Interior Ryan Zinke now works for them as they spread their ideology to the other western colonies formerly recognized as the states of Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, Nevada, Colorado, Arizona, and New Mexico.
    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 Big Fin View Post
    Here is the Stitcher link for Episode 73 - https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/hun...ion?refid=stpr

    Sorry it took so long to get this up. This podcast is just touching the surface of ideas I want to talk about related to public lands, advocacy, politics, etc. The first part is us explaining our move to digital platforms, then starts down the path of Monuments, sage grouse, and the Utah delegation making a deal with the White House whereby the end result of that deal is that Secretary of Interior Ryan Zinke now works for them as they spread their ideology to the other western colonies formerly recognized as the states of Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, Nevada, Colorado, Arizona, and New Mexico.
    I wonder if the Utah delegation has incriminating photos of the administration involved in donkey show or something that they are so willing to just shit over themselves on command

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    Listened to this episode this morning. Great episode and always appreciate your moderating point of view on political topics. I'm also excited for these hunting films you'll be releasing down the road. The public lands film that may or may not be released at the BHA rendezvous is intriguing and I can't think of anyone better to create a film about public lands.
    "To all those who work come moments of beauty unseen by the rest of the world." - Norman Maclean

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    Great podcast! I truly enjoy the view points you bring forward on the different issues. I never would have known about the affects of wilderness designation in the southern states and how that would affect there water supplies in certain areas.

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