Jan 17 2019
Guests: Evan Heusinkveld & Sean Curran of Sportsmen's Alliance
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.Become a Patron!
Jan 10 2019
Guest: First Time Hunter Jonathan Webster
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!Become a Patron!
Jan 03 2019
Guest: Hunters Bear Newcomb & David Spielmaker
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!
Guest: Plott Breeder & Bear Hunter Tracy (TL) Jones
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.
Dec 13 2018
Guest: Veteran Black Bear Hunter Moe Shepherd
Hunting in the Eastern Deciduous Forest is nothing like a western hunting experience. Join host Clay Newcomb and veteran hunter Moe Shepherd as they discuss the ways to pursue bruins in this dense landscape. This episode may contain more information than any podcast to date!Become a Patron!
Nov 29 2018
Join the Newcomb family in this fireside chat and hear some epic stories Clay and his father Gary as they take turns sharing experiences on public lands. You'll definitely find a few laughs as the stories that helped form and mature Clay are shared amongst 3 generations of Newcombs about all matter of critters!Become a Patron!
Guest: James Lawrence
Fourteen minutes before the end of a six day hunt enters this Gnarly Manitoba Canadian Whitetail after a full day sit! Join host Clay Newcomb as he reflects on the hunt with guest, friend, and fellow hunter James Lawrence while headed home in the truck.
Guest: Hunter Steve Shultz
Judging big Canadian whitetails can be difficult. Where better to reflect on this than in a ground blind in the North country of Manitoba? Host Clay Newcomb and guest Steve Shultz discuss his hunt and reflect upon his vast hunting history. We are trying to bring more "in the field" content. Enjoy!Become a Patron!
Guest: Tom Ainsworth of Grandview Outfitters
Bear Hunting Magazine has a rich relationship with Tom Ainsworth & Grandview Outfitters. Tom was a long time bear outfitter up until two years ago and now continues to be a whitetail outfitter. Join host Clay Newcomb as he sits down with Tom Ainsworth. Tom gives us a history lesson of the region and shares some thoughts from his legendary whitetail knowledge!Become a Patron!
Guest: Mountain Hunter James Lawrence
This conversation is long overdue. Host Clay Newcomb and guest James Lawrence are on a 6-day whitetail hunt in Manitoba Canada with Grandview Outfitters and discuss James' extensive experiences seeking big game in the Ouachita mountains of Arkansas. James has used different techniques over the years to harvest mature whitetail and shares many of them on this episode!Become a Patron!