Now 71, Roy Clark from East Tennesse has hunted with hounds his whole life. "My grandpa and daddy, when they started out hunting, I'd get to go with them to the 12-Mile Strip. We didn't have anything but a log truck, campling gear and dogs. We'd walk from there - no radios or nothing. It was tough to find bears that way." From primitive hound hunting all the way to the modern GPS collars, Roy has done it all. Roy is a living legend and you're sure to enjoy this view into the Appalachian Mountain hunting culture with the Laurel Mountain Bear hunters.