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            Bear Hunting Magazine’s own Clay Newcomb was invited to speak at the Missouri Back Country Hunters and Anglers Storytelling night in Springfield on March 15th.  Clay tells 4 stories about the same piece of public land.  You are guaranteed to laugh on this one!!  Check out www.bear-hunting.com and use the code BHM5 for $5 off a new subscription to Bear Hunting Magazine. 

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            Host Clay Newcomb sits down with old 91 year old mountain hunter Ora Lee Provence.  They discuss two giant Arkansas mountain bucks that Ora killed back in "Nineteen & Sixty-Five" (1965).  This episode is full of history, rich dialogue, and classic music!

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            Outdoor writer, hunter, and Bear Hunting Magazine contributor Bernie Barringer discusses his completion of the black bear color phase grand slam. Most people are not aware that black bears have different color phases. You'll learn where the grand slam came from, where wildlife biologists think it comes from, and Bernie's personal quest to complete this challenge!

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            This episode comes on the heels of a few epic days of Clay, Ford, and Jordan in the mountains of Arkansas on a few hunts on mules.  Ford talks about his time at First Lite and his new role formerly filled by the Ryan Callaghan.  Jordan talks about how he and his business partner at Captured Creative  got involved with First Lite and the epic brands they currently represent.  It's a fun podcast!

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            Host Clay Newcomb talks with Kolby McReynolds of Northwoods Bear Products about the importance of commercial scents in a successful bear hunters tool kit. There are a lot of valuable tactics using different types of products and related stories. This is a very informative episode!

 

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        Have you ever squirrel hunting with dogs?  It's a blast!  Mix that with mules and crank the fun to 11!  On this episode host Clay Newcomb talks with Tre Autry and Michael Lanier about their Feists after a hunt they jouneyed on together in the mountains of Arkansas.

             They talk about different breeds of squirrel dogs and some tactics and challenges of training a good squirrel dog.  We love talking about dogs!

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            In this episode host Clay Newcomb sits down to discuss the political climate surrounding hunting.  We discuss what the Alliance is and why every hunter needs to be involved.  This is our fight and they are here to represent us and get in the political and legal battles to protect all of our rights.  

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            We love taking new hunters out!  In this episode host Clay Newcomb takes first time hunter Jonathan Webster on an epic night of coon hunting with Plott hounds!  This episode is full information regarding the rich history surrounding hunting coons with hounds and the value the hounds brought to families.  If you love hounds and history this is your episode!

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            Fireside chats are a staple in hunting camps. Clay took his son and a family friend on a late season backcountry whitetail hunt while the bears are sleeping. This is some of the same ground that we hunt bear on. We believe that it is good to know the area that you hunt if you're able.


            In this episode you will hear Clay have a chat with Bear & David discuss the benefits and challenges of using mules in the back country. The mule of the hour is Izzie, the first and currently only mule that Clay has ever trained. Check out Project Hunting Mule on our Youtube Channel to watch the wild ride as Clay trains Izzie!

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            Hounds!  There isn't anything like hearing hounds run bear through the Appalachian mountains of Eastern Tennessee.  Host Clay Newcomb sits down with Tracy (TL) Jones to discuss the history of the Plott Hound.  Hunting with hounds is one of the if not the most misunderstood types of hunitng; hopefully, after listening to this podcast you can see its significance and the need for it.