In this episode of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy has Charlie and Corey from Steelhead Outdoors. Topics covered include starting a hunting business as a dream, more work and less hunting, solving problems, building a better gun safe, what is a modular safe, custom services and products, whitetails of Minnesota, hunting traditions, grouse or partridge, deer camps, small town culture, deciding to manufacture in the USA, and other perspectives of young business owners making their way in the hunting space.
1 hr 36 min
In this episode of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy is joined by Matthew, Marcus, and RJ as they talk about the new distribution platform they are launching in response to request from followers. Topics include paying for content with time (ads), privacy ( your personal information), or money. Randy explains his belief that viewers should know they can watch content without concern of their personal privacy and information. Fresh Tracks+ is a new membership model that provides the privacy many are seeki
2 hr 11 min
In this episode (166) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy is joined by Lorenzo and Chris, co-founders of goHUNT. Topics include the goHUNT story, how it started and where they are going, focus on hunter needs, creating more value at the same price, always getting better, solving hunter's problems, using business technology for hunting, mapping as an essential tool, building a bigger pie; providing what a hunter needs, when they need it, at all times, in one location, and what might be next for goHUNT.
2 hr 6 min
In this episode (166) Randy talks with Lee McDonald of the Rocky Mountain Goat Alliance. Topics covered include all things mountain goats, how citizens can contribute to science and conservation, the value of volunteers, funding constraints for agencies, advocating for mountain goats, hunting as a management tool, how RMGA made Randy's 2021 goat tag possible, native species in non-native habitats, and the future of Rocky Mountain Goats.
1 hr 25 min
In this episode of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy talks about long-term drought impacts and Arizona's wild sheep with Brad Remfrey of the Arizona Desert Bighorn Sheep Society. Topics covered include drought, hauling water, volunteerism is key, loss of surface water, collective human impacts, changing landscapes, how to help wildlife in drought, how to win a Dall Sheep hunt in the McKenzie Mountains, what is done with you money, advocacy, and other issues impacting Arizona's Desert Bighorn Sheep.
1 hr 25 min
In this episode of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, our guest is Dr. Weston Adkins, doctor of audiology at the Mayo Clinic, who also is a hunter and shooter. Topics covered include all items related to hearing loss, prevention, exposure to damage, decibel levels of firearms, loss of volume versus loss of clarity, frequencies lost, protecting what you have, prevention methods, treatment options, health consequences of lost hearing, and idea that motivate you to NOT be like Randy; protect what you have!
1 hr 49 min
In this episode (163) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy shares the mic with Dr. Tim Deboodt and Dylan Kruse, experts in juniper management and emerging markets for juniper as a commercial wood product. Juniper is a native tree that dominates many arid environments, benefiting from fire suppression. Junipers consumes a lot of water, reducing surface water and forage base necessary for wildlife. Tim and Dylan explain the programs in Oregon used to improve wildlife conservation by management of junipers
1 hr 42 min
In this episode (162) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy shares the mic with longtime friends Lanny and Tracy Barnes, US Olympians in the biathlon and competitive shooters. Topics covered include hunting as a life skill for elite competition sports, failure as our teacher, attitude matters, optimists are seldom disappointed, shooting sports and competition, hunting as a lifetime activity, sacrifice is often necessary, mental focus when shooting, and other topics from two of our greatest ambassadors.
1 hr 46 min
In this Episode (161) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Hank Shaw returns to share his ideas on cooking, fish, and fishing. He talks about his new book, his fishing childhood, regional biases against great tasting fish, how all fish are edible, bad fish come from poor prep, pressure bleeding you catch, fish cooking simplicity, beer batter, traditional fish recipes, and a net full of great ideas that will change your thoughts about Hookin' and Cookin'.
1 hr 53 min
In this bonus episode of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy talks remaining tag options with Brady Miller of goHUNT.com. Topics covered include over-the-counter options for all species, returned tag options, left-over options, and an explanation of how these options work for each of the western states. A few of these returned tags are premium hunts. Summary being, if you are without a tag, you still have options to go hunting this season.