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27 03, 2023

Episode 670: Private Land Owners Locking Up Public Water, Predator Hunting Contests on Public Land, ‘Tethering Bills’ An Underhanded Shot at Houndsmen & Anti Hunters Banking on the Optics of Wanton Waste

By |2023-03-27T14:27:24+00:00March 27th, 2023|Conservation, hunting, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Phew! So much to get into this week during Part 2 of our discussion with New Mexico Wildlife Federation Executive Director Jesse Deubel. While we won't see eye to eye on some issues, (like his stance on predator hunting contests on [...]

21 02, 2023

Episode 664: The Boykin Spaniel’s Place in the Duck Blind and One Western State Aims to Strip Citizens of Popular Hunting Firearms

By |2023-02-21T18:41:05+00:00February 21st, 2023|Conservation, Guns|0 Comments

Sportsmen’s Alliances VP Brian Lynn makes his return this week. We discuss his home state of Washington and the new anti hunting management plan attempted to be implemented by their hunting/fishing commission. A plan void of predator management that would ultimately [...]

10 02, 2023

Campfire Conversations 32: Congressman Andrew Clyde on Biden’s Attempt to Circumvent the 2nd Amendment Through Weaponizing the ATF

By |2023-02-10T20:45:19+00:00February 10th, 2023|Conservation, hunting|0 Comments

This might be the most important Campfire Conversations installment thus far. Congressman Andrew Clyde, R-GA joins me to discuss President Biden's blatant attempt to skip the legislative process in order to advance his anti 2nd Amendment agenda. Thankfully, Representative Clyde and [...]

9 01, 2023

Episode 659: Holiday Hunting Highs & Lows, Known Anti Hunting Group Tries to Federally Protect Coyotes and Taxidermy Do’s and Don’ts For Your Next Trophy

By |2023-01-06T19:51:27+00:00January 9th, 2023|Archery, Conservation, Deer Hunting, hunting, Outdoors|0 Comments

If you're family is anything like mine, you probably spent a good portion of the holiday season with family and friends. The rest however was likely spent in a deer or duck blind. I recap some of the hunting highs and [...]