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Mar 24, 2020

Tony Schoonen, Chief of Staff of the Boone and Crockett Club, joins the podcast from the North American Wildlife & Natural Resources Conference in Omaha. Topics include: Teddy Roosevelt; history and structure of the Boone and Crockett Club; use of technology in hunting; the Club's fair chase mentality; and more. This...


Mar 17, 2020

Eric Dinger of Sovereign Sportsman Solutions joins the podcast to discuss all things R3. They discuss an often overlooked aspect of hunter recruitment and retention: how state licensing systems work, and ways in which states could improve licensing systems to make it easier to get hunters in the field. Other topics...


Mar 10, 2020

This episode provides an overview of the policy and politics of the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF). The guys begin by giving an LWCF 101 crash course. Next, they explain how Montana Governor Steve Bullock's recent decision to run for US Senate elevated the interest in LWCF, and put sportsmen and women in...


Mar 3, 2020

In their first live podcast, the guys are joined by Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon; WY Game and Fish Department Director Brian Nesvik; WY Game and Fish Commissioner Ralph Brokaw; and Wyoming Wildlife Federation's Jess Johnson. Topics include: the mountain goat controversy in Grand Teton National Park; migration...


Feb 25, 2020

Government feeding programs for elk are controversial. However, the guys don't shy away from controversy. Topics covered in this episode include: the history of elk feedgrounds; how feeding programs work; disease transmission; costs of operation; challenges with ending programs; opportunities for adaptive management;...