Ep. 393: The Weirdest Little Elk Hunt in America


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Steven Rinella talks to Janis Putelis, Garret Long, Cory Calkins, Seth Morris, Phil Taylor, and Corinne Schneider.

Topics discussed: Phil the Engineer, aka Phil the Song and Dance Man, performs in “A Christmas Carol”; Steve’s lesson the United State’s bifurcated legislature; Sen. Martin Heinrich explains Recovering America’s Wildlife Act (RAWA); the coveted elk buffer zone tag; how it became legal to cross national parks with a firearm; interpreting “impossible or otherwise impractical”; crossing the river; Steve Rinelli; years of accumulated preference points and Steve’s good draws; going back to the day before; when the effort to size ratio doesn’t mean anything; when the biggest bull you see is the first bull you see; being able to repeat the experience; discovering mange; being a little sad after the fact; and more.

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