The Bear Hunting Magazine podcast is hosted by magazine editor and owner Clay Newcomb. This podcast covers variety of bear hunting topics to help you become a better bear hunter. From strategy and tactics to gear reviews and stories from the field, if you are hardcore bear hunter this is the podcast for you.
In this podcast Clay Newcomb, Michael Lanier, Trae Autry and Jason Liles talk about the different squirrel dog breeds, dog registry, how the different breeds hunt, along with some mule talk and general tom foolery in a fun conversation.
Justin Spring is the Director of Records for the Boone and Crockett Club in Missoula, Montana. Clay Newcomb is joined by Justin and his wife, Becca, for stories about Justin's recent musk ox hunt in Nunavut as well as some Montana big game stuff.
This week on the Bear Hunting Magazine Podcast we are re-releasing one of our foundational podcasts covering everything you need to know about shot placement on black bears with both rifle and archery equipment.
Black bear season is just around the corner and we're taking it back to the basics at the Global Headquarters of Bear Hunting Magazine! Guest James Brandenburg from EP. 34 is back and interviews host Clay Newcomb with a long list of questions from people who have never hunted the icon of the North American wilderness, the black bear. This was a fun podcast to record and we know you'll enjoy it whether you're a new to bear hunting or a seasoned professional!
Kevin Harlander is the Community Manager at First Lite. We sit down with him to discuss some family history, elk hunting, and his favorite First Lite layering kits. This is a fun podcast with a solid outdoorsman and good DUDE.
Steve Herd has been breeding big game hounds for decades and has been around them his whole life. Steve's strain of dogs are known as Bluff Creek Plotts. He's got some insight into consistently producing hounds bear hounds generation after generation. This is our second podcast with Steve and we're sure you'll learn something. His passion and enthusiasm for what he's devoted his life to is sure to entertain and teach.
Steve Herd is an iconic big game Plott breeder known for his Bluff Creek hounds. On this episode we have a great discussion about his history with these dogs, what he's learned about bear dogs, and many incredible stories.
In this episode of the Bear Hunting Magazine Podcast we sit down with traditional archer Jake Downs. Jake is one of the few hunters who have completed the North American Super Ten with traditional archery equipment.
The guys are at black bear in camp in British Columbia with Jeff Lander and Primitive Outfitting. Along in the conversation is Jeff's good friend, Dave Kueber, who is an Alaskan resident and veteran traditional bowhunter.
Clay talks with 91 year old hunter Ora Lee Provence of Crawford County, Arkansas. On this podcast we’ll hear about Ora’s life growing up in the rural Ozarks Mountains and his early introductions to hunting.
On this episode of the Bear Hunting Magazine podcast we talk with avid Feists men Trae Autry and Michael Lanier about their dogs. We went on a hunt with them last week and Clay rode his Izzie mule (the Youtube famous mule) and had a fantastic hunt.
On this episode of the Bear Hunting Magazine podcast, Clay sits down with CEO & President of Sportsmen's Alliance, Evan Heusinkveld and Sean Curran, also of the Sportsmen's Alliance to discuss their organization and why all hunters need to get involved.
On this episode of the Bear Hunting Magazine podcast, Clay sits down with long-time Plott breeder and bear hunter, Tracy (TL) Jones of Greeneville, Tennessee to discuss some plot history, what he looks for in a bear hound, and we’ll tell some bear hunting stories.
On this episode of the bear Hunting Magazine Podcast, Clay shares the story of his recent success in harvesting a massive & gnarly old buck 14 minutes before the end of legal shooting light in Manitoba.
On this episode of the Bear Hunting Magazine Podcast, Clay and Steve Schultz watch for whitetails on the fourth day of a six-day hunt, but discuss Steve’s hunting history and his quest for a 150-plus whitetail for the last 40 years.
On this episode of the Bear Hunting Magazine podcast Clay Newcomb and James Lawrence are in Manitoba Canada on a whitetail hunt. James talks about the buck he killed the day before, but that isn’t the focus of the podcast. Their time in camp allowed them to record a conversation that they’ve wanted to have for a long time and discuss James’ experiences hunting wilderness areas in Arkansas in the 1970s through the 80s.