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Hunting. Angling. Public Lands. That's the meat of what BHA's Podcast & Blast with Hal Herring is about, and we cover the gamut. With guests that range from outdoor writers to backcountry hunters to legendary anglers, we seek to uncover the stories, the truths, the controversies, and the epic conversations that our public land heritage provides.

BHA Podcast & Blast with Hal Herring Backcountry Hunters & Anglers

    • Wilderness
    • 4.9, 702 Ratings

Hunting. Angling. Public Lands. That's the meat of what BHA's Podcast & Blast with Hal Herring is about, and we cover the gamut. With guests that range from outdoor writers to backcountry hunters to legendary anglers, we seek to uncover the stories, the truths, the controversies, and the epic conversations that our public land heritage provides.

    Clay Newcomb, journalist and owner of Bear Hunting Magazine

    Clay Newcomb, journalist and owner of Bear Hunting Magazine

    “Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness” are not just words in the Declaration of Independence. They are words to live by, and perhaps nobody is living them harder or better right now than Clay Newcomb of the Arkansas Ozarks, owner of Bear Hunting Magazine. Clay is a mule trainer, a bear, whitetail and small game hunting obsessive, a dog man, archer, writer and filmmaker. But he is first and foremost a man of faith and family, and that strength is the foundation of a remarkable life of adventure.

    • 1 hr 26 min
    Angelo Baca, Navajo-Hopi filmmaker, distance runner, traditionalist

    Angelo Baca, Navajo-Hopi filmmaker, distance runner, traditionalist

    Hal travels to the Bears Ears National Monument to meet with Angelo Baca, a filmmaker and storyteller who grew up in and around Blanding, Utah, and has roots in this country that go back, literally, thousands of years. For this conversation with Hal, he is home in Utah, where he continues to be one of the leading advocates for the Bears Ears National Monument and for Native American engagement in public land management decisions.

    • 1 hr 15 min
    Rudi Roeslein, Energy and Conservation Visionary

    Rudi Roeslein, Energy and Conservation Visionary

    Rudi Roeslein came to St. Louis, Missouri, as a child from the refugee camps and ruins of post-World War II Europe. He became an inventor and an international industrialist who never lost his deep love for hunting and conservation. Rudi has invested $60 million of his own money creating successful renewable natural gas projects in north Missouri and pursuing what he calls “the 30/30 Vision” – a plan to restore 30 million acres of marginal cropland to native prairie in just 30 years.

    • 1 hr 54 min
    Maggie Carr, Wilderness Hunting Guide

    Maggie Carr, Wilderness Hunting Guide

    Born and raised in Choteau, Montana, Maggie Carr is a wilderness hunting guide, backcountry skier, skilled horse and mule packer and co-owner of the unique wilderness outfitting business DropstoneOutfitting, which offers packstring-suppported hiking trips in the Bob Marshall Wilderness and adjacent public lands of Montana. Hal and Maggie talk guiding and blizzards, hunting and grizzlies, why anyone would get into the business of outfitting.

    • 1 hr 39 min
    The Editors Behind Outdoor Life Magazine

    The Editors Behind Outdoor Life Magazine

    What’s it like to be in charge of one of America’s oldest and most read hunting and fishing magazines? As the spring issue of Outdoor Life hits newsstands, we bring you the wild minds behind the stories: Senior Editor Natalie Krebs, Hunting Editor Andrew McKean and their venerable leader, Editor in Chief Alex Robinson. This is the work, this is the experience and the adventure, and, in today’s changing media landscape, this is the sacrifice and lack of security that comes with the dream job.

    • 1 hr 23 min
    BHA Montana and the Fight for Public Access in the Crazy Mountains

    BHA Montana and the Fight for Public Access in the Crazy Mountains

    In the West, it’s called “the checkerboard” – one square mile of public land (called a section) then one square mile of private – a direct result of frontier-era policies where the federal government gave away millions of acres of land, some to homesteaders but many to politically connected industries such as the railroads and timber companies. The result, in our modern U.S., is a tangle of ownership and, sometimes, an access and land management nightmare. The Crazy Mountains are one such landscap

    • 1 hr 35 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
702 Ratings

702 Ratings

Tradbow Tom ,

Bowhunter

I just listened to Two of my favorite conservationists on one podcast, Hal Herring and Clay Newcomb! I have not missed an episode, Hal. Because of you, I joined BHA!

Hogfan#1mil ,

Raceline alternative energy

Please more like this!!!

Michael Stookey ,

Love the show

Love the show. Hal speaks about nature, hunting, and conservation in a way that nobody else can

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