In this video Randy Newberg explains how he uses a tripod for his binoculars, in this case Leupold binoculars of either a 15x or 10x magnification. Using a tripod stabilizes your image, causes you to slow down, and allows you to examine the entire field of view before moving your optics. Always glass the close areas first, then moving to areas further away. Gridding is essential to make sure you don’t overlook any part of …
Hunting elk with Randy Newberg shows you how to quickly remove elk ivories, or as some call them, “Whistle teeth.” Using a simple multi-tool, a stick, and a hammer or rock, you remove ivories fast and easy.
Hunting elk with Randy Newberg during the Post-Rut. This ELK TALK video describes the most predictable time period for elk behavior. Old bulls know it is time to find sanctuary. Survival is dependent upon finding these sanctuaries where hunters don’t want to go. Survival is also the second need, the third need, the fourth……. Find security with a little food nearby and you’ve found a place Late Season bulls will like. Late Season is when …
Randy Newberg, Hunter and the Fresh Tracks crew are in the Wind River Range of Wyoming, chasing elk. Along with them on this trip is Beau Baty of Wilderness Ridge Trail Llamas, showing Randy and the guys why llamas are such a great asset for backcountry hunting. The llamas work great for getting all the camp gear and production equipment into the area we have chosen following an eight-mile hike. With forecast for bad weather, …
New onX HUNT App – Fire & Timber Cut Layers with Forest Service Visitor MapsView Post
In a world that is less wild each day, where the connection to the natural world gets weaker with each generation, those of us who immerse ourselves in the wild places get to see the cycle of life and death through a lens others may struggle to understand. While sitting on a trail waiting for a Nevada mule deer, Randy Newberg and his cameraman, Marcus Hockett, witness the life and death cycle play out where …
New onX HUNT App Features and LayersView Post
Does Target Color Affect Your Range Finder Accuracy?View Post
Rocky Mountain Hunting Calls and the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation have collaborated to provide the best elk calls on the market all while providing an opportunity to support elk conservation.
New OnX Hunt App – Roadless and Trail LayersView Post
Rocky Mountain Hunting Call’s Threat BugleView Post
Leupold’s new Model VX-5HD Gold Ring Rifle ScopeView Post
Top 3 Tips to Film Your Own HuntView Post
Randy Newberg, Hunter has the luxury of great talent helping him produce video and still images while out in the field. Very often hunters ask for advice about how to take better hunting photos. Hunters often expect their new equipment to be a shortcut from learning their gear and understanding the basics of photo composition and story telling. In this video, Michael Parente, a production assistant in Randy’s crew, gives five helpful tips that will …
Randy Newberg, Hunter has the luxury of great talent helping him produce video and still images while out in the field. Very often hunters ask for advice about how to take better hunting photos. Hunters often expect their new equipment to be a shortcut from learning their gear and understanding the basics of photo composition and story telling.
Elk Talk Live! Every Wednesday at 8pm MSTView Post
Why I Hunt – Participating in the Natural WorldView Post
Hunting Wyoming Archery ElkView Post
Western hunting requires basic map skills as shown by Randy Newberg. In this example, an elk unit Randy has hunted before. Map skills, both digital maps and paper maps, will get you to better hunting spot and prevent you from accidentally trespassing.
Hunting Elk in Grizzly CountryView Post
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