86 minutes | Dec 16th 2015

EP 013: Randy Newberg talks with Dr. Don Thomas, prolific writer, hunter, and outdoorsman

Subjects discussed include Montana's public access stance on navigable waters, why stream access matters to local economies, the necessity of private property rights, Montana's public access stance on navigable waters, Don's Outside Bozeman article addressing the issue of threatened stream access, the politically-motivated termination of his Ducks Unlimited column and the national firestorm that followed, why free press is crucial to the future of hunting and angling & what is at stake when we censor ourselves, the incredible story of George Bird Grinnell, the most common reason that people don't hunt, what it means to buy influence, the political relationship between the gun issue and the public land issue, how social media is helping sportsman, why the grassroots movement matters, and Randy's latest installment of marital advice.

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