Randy Newberg Unfiltered Podcast Discusses Most Important Hunter Issue – Public Lands

BOZEMAN, Mont. (Ammoland.Com) – On the latest episode of Randy Newberg Unfiltered radio show, host Randy Newberg and producer Dan Doty discuss the most important issue facing hunters today – public land transfer. For Newberg, the sale or transfer of public lands makes him repeat the famous line, “out of my cold, dead hands.” Tune in for his passionate, unfiltered and concerned dialog.

The show is available now on RandyNewberg.Com, iTunes and Stitcher,

“We explain the definitions of sale, transfer or trade of public lands and the impact on hunters,” said Newberg. “Plus I dive into the history of public lands and the Sagebrush Rebellion.”

For more on Newberg and the public lands issue, read Andrew McKean’s, editor of Outdoor Life, Q&A with Newberg in the “Open Country” blog: http://www.outdoorlife.com/blogs/open-country/qa-public-land-access-warrior-randy-newberg

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About Randy Newberg, Hunter: Randy Newberg is the voice of the public land hunter in America.  Decades of hunting all species across public lands has provided both the experience and perspective that has allowed him to become the leading advocate for the self-guided hunter; hunters dependent upon public lands for hunting access. With his popular TV show, Leupold’s Fresh Tracks with Randy Newberg airing on Sportsman Channelaccompanied by the long-standing Hunt Talk web forum, Newberg is looked to for advocacy and leadership as hunting and access issues become politicized. Now added to those platforms is the Hunt Talk Podcast where Newberg discusses relevant issues to hunters – unfiltered. Visit RandyNewberg.Com to download the bi-weekly podcast, information to download the weekly TV show and log in to the Hunt Talk forum. Subscribe to Randy Newberg’s YouTube channel to get tips, behind the scenes, and ideas for the western big game hunter.  Learn more at RandyNewberg.Com, http://Facebook.com/RandyNewberg and http://Instagram.Com/RandyNewbergHunter