Leupold’s Fresh Tracks with Randy Newberg takes viewers along with America’s most dedicated public land hunter. On public lands, weather seldom cooperates and often times the animals win. Always a story to be told; man versus himself, wildlife conservation, public land advocacy, all through the eyes of a hunter who is deeply connected to these lands and the animals he shares them with.
Randy finally schedules a bucket list item - Coues' Whitetail, archery style. Adding to the fun are javelina and Mearns' quail. Joined by Wade Zarlingo, Jerry Pritchard, and Larry Stickler multiply the fun.
Randy is joined by Matt Seidel, a navigation expert from onXmaps, as they seek Wyoming whitetails on small public parcels other hunters overlook. Amazing opportunity on left-over tags in the Cowboy State.
Randy's in New Mexico and he might be a bit too sure of himself when passing some easy options found while scouting. Good glassing finally reveals a pronghorn buck that does all he can to avoid being a star of this episode.
Randy shows why you should not shoot an elk in some places they live. Toasty November temps have bulls in deep dark canyons. Randy is dumb enough to shoot one down there and pasy the price for doing so.
Past guest Tim Lesser joins Randy Newberg for another week, this time chasing New Mexico elk in a large Wilderness burn that is filled with elk. Getting to them and packing one out are huge challenges.
Randy's lifelong friend, Dick Ferguson, travels from Minnesota to Montana, in hopes to find his first mule deer. Randy opts for a whitetail buck on this mixed bag public land hunt in Southeast Montana.