Using mules to access the backcountry, Clay Newcomb and Strait Sedillo freecast hounds to hunt for bear in New Mexico in late October. Putting on over 40 miles on the mules in five days, these boys cover some ground looking for bruins and show how difficult hunting with hounds can be. Bear hunting with hounds is a traditional, ethical and incredible way to pursue bears!
A long road trip with two grade-school friends heads to a hunt in Manitoba Canada for giant whitetail where Clay Newcomb connects with a 160-inch buck. This was his third year in a row to come home with a big buck from the far north while hunting with Tom Ainsworth of Grandview Outfitting
Hunting bears with a traditional bow, off the ground, on public land in Arkansas is the pinnacle of Clay Newcomb's hunting charts. On his first hunt in 2019, he had a unforgettable hunt that ended with the hide and meat of a majestic beast being hauled out on the back of his trusty mule, Izzie. We've been calling bear hunting without the use of bait or hounds on public land in the Eastern Deciduous Forest the Sheep Hunt of the South! Check out www.bear-hunting.com and the Bear Hunting Magazine Podcast.
Spanning over two years, River Newcomb's pursuit of a big Arkansas black bear encompassed a serious mule accident and some wins and losses with some giant bears. Clay and River used mules to bowhunt bears on a secluded property in the mountains of Arkansas.
On their first ever elk hunt, and with only three weeks of preparation, Clay and Bear Newcomb head out with their mules to Colorado public land for an elk expedition. This father-and-son hunt shows that anybody can do if they'll just go. Check out the Bear Hunting Magazine podcast where Clay and Bear discuss the hunt in detail.