100 episodes

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.

Hunt Talk Radio Randy Newberg

    • Wilderness
    • 4.9, 2K Ratings

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.

    EP 135: Writing, Speaking, Promoting Public Lands

    EP 135: Writing, Speaking, Promoting Public Lands

    In this Episode (135) Randy shares the mic with Mark Kenyon, author of "That Wild Country" and host of the Wired to Hunt Podcast.  Mark is a previous guest, known for his writing and advocacy of public lands.  Topics include telling stories in writing, public advocacy, making public land issues tangible and relatable, generational interest in conservation, being a father, black water camping disaster, Alaska caribou, lessons learned, conservation mentors, and other topics found in Mark's new book.

    • 1 hr 43 min
    Bonus: Hunt Idaho in 2020, Here's How

    Bonus: Hunt Idaho in 2020, Here's How

    In this bonus episode of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy gives a quick summary of applying for elk, deer, and antelope controlled hunts in Idaho.  The deadline is June 5th, 2020, so don't delay. Topics covered include deadlines, fees, how the draw works, youth opportunities, non-resident allocations, how to get the most value from your investment, picking units to improve your draw odds, and other points that will get you started hunting in Idaho for 2020.

    • 19 min
    EP:134 - Tracking, Bloodtrailing & Learning

    EP:134 - Tracking, Bloodtrailing & Learning

    In this Episode (134) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy invites Damon Bungard to talk more about blood tracking dogs.  Topics covered include an overview of blood trailing laws, learning from each trail, autopsies, notes on lost animals, bubbles in blood, bleeding uphill or downhill, study the shot, don't bump the deer, exit wounds, entrance wounds shot angles, a non-lethal hit, first shot, let the dog lead, assess the shot scene, improved game recovery, and where a trainer learns from the dog.

    • 2 hr 1 min
    EP 133: Conservation In The Post-COVID World

    EP 133: Conservation In The Post-COVID World

    In this Episode (133) Randy shares the mic with Gray Thornton & Keith Balfourd of the Wild Sheep Foundation to talk about how our conservation models will be impacted by the recent Corona Virus pandemic.  Topics covered include impacts on agencies, businesses, and organizations that are core elements of conservation, what we learn going forward, unforeseen risks, new funding models, helping where we can, and other topics that expand the discussion of how hunting and conservation will be different.

    • 1 hr 40 min
    EP 132: Float Hunting with Alpacka Raft

    EP 132: Float Hunting with Alpacka Raft

    In this episode (132) of Leupold Hunt Talk Radio, Randy shares the mic with Thor Tingey of Alpacka Raft.  Topics covered include the history of packrafts, adventure travel, solving problems with invention, seeking wild landscapes, ptarmigan passion, Dall sheep stories, floating and hunting, lands that shape us, owning a small business in COVID, local manufacturing, business support of conservation, R&D in the wild, Alaska the formative place, and a lot of stories about floating America's most wild places.

    • 1 hr 34 min
    EP 131: Science & Tech - Hunting Clothing at Sitka

    EP 131: Science & Tech - Hunting Clothing at Sitka

    In this Episode (131) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio Randy invites John Barlow of Sitka Gear to do a remote podcast about new Sitka Gear, the technology and science behind their innovations, testing new products, balancing costs, weight v. performance, proprietary fabrics and insulation, systems versus stand alone items, designs with purpose, new lightweight down products, Sitka's new optics harness, with a huge apology for a slow internet connection that compromised the sound quality of this podcast.

    • 1 hr 13 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
2K Ratings

2K Ratings

cj wenner ,

Public land and conservation superstar

Listening to Randy’s podcast has not only improved my capacity as a hunter, it has pushed me to me more aware of critical issues regarding our shared lands and preservation of access.
For example, a podcast this winter featured Teddy Roosevelt IV ( yes- that Teddy Roosevelt), who, like Randy is a public lands advocate. During his interview he discussed an organization he is affiliated with: ‘Represent US’, which works toward restoring a true democracy within our nation. As a result I have become involved with Represent US and feel that I now have a vehicle to do my part.
This is just one example of the thoughtful guests that Randy interviews. I have encouraged non-hunters to listen as well, as his advocacy is inspirational and truly exemplary.
Thanks, Randy!

Chris Wenner
(Cold spring, MN)

Breakshunter ,

Great podcast and television show

Randy. Thanks for the podcast on primary’s. It is vitally important for us who stand for public lands and conservation to be engaged in the political process. Great job and really appreciate your strong advocacy and support for these important issues.

huntermrm ,

Brilliant

The Youth Outdoor Activity episode was outstanding. Dean is an amazing leader with his priorities in a great place. Thanks for sharing.

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