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Big Fin

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It'd be great to hear you have a Grizzly bear management specialist on. I'd like to hear about where they're expanding and showing up. Jamie Jonkel at FWP seems like he would be a good guest if he was wiling to come on.
Working on that. Chris Servheen, 40 years leading GB research, has agreed to be on the podcast. We're working on a date.
 

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I think my phone is glitching, and I’m glad it did because when I clicked on the latest Hunt Talk episode re Hunting Technology, the wired to hunt podcast photo showed up. At first I wondered if it was a crossover episode, and after realizing my phone is acting up I figure I would share that it would be pretty cool to hear Tony Peterson or Mark Kenyon chat with Randy or the Fresh Tracks weekly crew about summer preparation for public land hunting or land conservation (or truly any topic of your choosing; I’m loving the fresh tracks weekly and the hunt talk podcasts; thanks for making these!)

Here is the screenshot I took today - hope it makes y’all laugh even if you’ve had a long week.

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Big Fin

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Please get Matt Rinella on, would be a great discussion.
He asked me to be on his podcast. I did that. Two hours of talk on the topics he is focused on. I thought it was a fun conversation. Not sure when he plans to publish it. We did the podcast a few months ago.

I think Matt is a very smart guy, doing things his heart tells him are important. Not sure he would want to be on my podcast, but he knows the invitation is always there.
 

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I’ll admit upfront that I haven’t listened to all of the podcasts, as I’m pretty new to the forum, but I’m always looking for new content on hunting Columbia Blacktail and hunting the PNW west of the Cascades in general. It’s less popular than other deer, and the coastal west isn’t the “western hunting” most think of, but I’m sure there’s more than just me who’d love to hear what the experts have to say on the subject.
 

Jwill

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Please get Matt Rinella on, would be a great discussion.

Matt Rinella has a podcast. Ok cool.
Matt Rinella talked with Randy on said podcast. Awesome.

...search for said podcast...

Matt Rinella has Rob Shaul on his podcast. Alright...
Show notes state that Mountain Pursuit is Matt Rinella's favorite nonprofit. WTF!?
 

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Really enjoyed the Elk Talk episode with KDFWR but would love more content on elk hunting and restoration in non-traditional, Eastern states-- Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, Virginia, West Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina, etc.
 

atlas

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You should get an APR staff member on the podcast. It would be pretty interesting even though I don't think it would resolve the conflict around the topic here on this forum.
 

OtisBLue

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I'd like to suggest a couple of podcasts or youtube episodes:

A little bit before season do a safety/first aid prep episode to remind people and help them prepare for accidents and illnesses.

Long distance travel tips and techniques.

An update on the overall mule deer herd health and population trends with Jim Heffelfinger. Also some tips on how to hunt mule deer might be good. Edit: Oops-I see there was a similar podcast in February that I missed.

As aways discussion of elk food, habits, habitat is welcome.
 

OtisBLue

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I think another great idea would be to get some folks from the Hunters Education volunteer programs to talk about all the great work that Hunters Ed instructors provide, and what Hunting would be like without them.
 

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I appreciate the advocacy that Randy talks about, getting involved and providing a voice. Maybe share more ways to be involved, those that take minutes, hours and days.
 

HVAChunter

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I enjoy the podcasts and videos showing how little gear you need to start hunting. I have been hunting for close to 20 years now and have a lot of nice gear. But I regularly enjoy reflecting on the walls jacket and blue jeans from Walmart. I find myself explaining how I started to people anytime I take a new person hunting. Ive learned most people see hunting media or even me with a lot of higher end gear or clothing and think they can’t hunt unless they have that. They don’t understand we didn’t go out and spend $10k on guns and gear the first year.
 
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Green Hunter

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I was listening to the Protecting Public Ownership of Wildlife podcast and your discussion of the positives of Montana's approach compared to other states made me wonder. Being a native to WI I am familiar, to some degree, to their position on access to water, public land access, easement programs etc. Water rights here out in the west confuse me as a Midwesterner. What about a state by state review of the State's position on these issues. It could be a series wherein you bring in some person from the State to review this and other state specific positions. Keeping it light and informational on the positives as well as negatives so we as active participants can help support further advancements in access and conservation.
 

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Matt Rinella has a podcast. Ok cool.
Matt Rinella talked with Randy on said podcast. Awesome.

...search for said podcast...

Matt Rinella has Rob Shaul on his podcast. Alright...
Show notes state that Mountain Pursuit is Matt Rinella's favorite nonprofit. WTF!?


I’m sure he’ll love this comparison but MTNPRST reminds me of a certain former, and possibly future president. A lot of his ideas are okay and would be pretty palatable to a wide swath of people if he wasn’t a crybaby, insufferable prick.
 
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