Antelope or Pronghorn | Fresh Tracks Weekly (Ep. 37)
Fresh Tracks Weekly • 34m
This week Randy is taking over Fresh Tracks Weekly to give his thoughts on a few things going on in the legislative world.
There has been a movement to add the right to hunt, fish and trap to state's constitutions to try and ensure these activities can continue into the future. Randy gives an update on states that have already achieved this along with a few more currently trying.
Randy also talks about how to gain access primarily in the form of getting hunting access on state trust lands. Each state is different in whether or not you can recreate, hunt, fish or camp on state land.
For the deeper dive the crew discusses online learning and Randy's new in depth pronghorn course on Outdoor.Class
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