Ideas for Podcasts

@fulldraw

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Beau Baty. I'm sure he has been on the podcast before but I'd love to hear more from him from discussing the ups and downs he has had the last couple of years to some of his recent hunts and how COVID has impacted his business. The Wyoming Elk hunt he did a couple years ago was fantastic as was the mule deer hunt from this latest season. I wish he and his family all the best.
 

bwalden123

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Idea for a podcast - what states would you *retire* to for hunting opportunities, what would the top 5 or 10 be and why? A lot of podcasts deal with which states to hunt as a non-resident - which states make you go "dang, wish I lived there" from a hunting point of view? I suspect the usual suspects would be on the list (WY,CO,AZ,MT,ID) but perhaps it would be different if you were a resident. Just an idea...
 

Hunt&FishCO

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“Randy’s Rules of Thumb”

Weather, clothing selection, choosing units with xx% public land, etc. I’ve picked up nuggets through all the years listening to you but I’m sure you have some Randy principles that you haven’t discussed yet.
 

BT_NVhunter

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What about something with dealing with private land owners trying to claim public lands are owned property or public roads closed or trying to run public land hunters off. How to deal with situations what’s the proper authorities if necessary to contact. Also what is the persons legal power if a road is blocked with an object that you know the roads is supposed to be open. I’ve seen more and more horror stories of this happening and having a little knowledge of how to respond, talk to and what to say to first diffuse situation while not being someone that backs down and drives away further strengthening their feelings this is the best way to do things. I just feel like if every person they tried to runoff said the same exact line of “ ive confirmed this is a public road and land and I have every right to be on it” and keep on trucking. What do you do if they try to block your passage things like that. I think this would be a great topic to cover on all platforms.
 

BenInMT

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You should bring on a guest who has his own podcast, then circle jerk each other about what great hunters you are. Then you will be like every other hunting podcast and that must be what the people want because there are hundreds of them. Can’t wait to not listen.
 

Chippewa

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You should bring on a guest who has his own podcast, then circle jerk each other about what great hunters you are. Then you will be like every other hunting podcast and that must be what the people want because there are hundreds of them. Can’t wait to not listen.
Ideas.. lookn for ideas...
 

TriStar Hunt

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Listened to the most recent episode w Hayes, and towards the end the topic of Patreon comes up briefly. So how about an episode where Newberg interviews someone from Patreon or asks other hunting personalities in-depth questions about using these newer ways of supporting yourself without relying on YouTube or Amazon or Facebook etc. There’s only so much you can take home with a tip jar on Twitter.
 
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