Hunting Myths | Fresh Tracks Weekly (Ep. 39)
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Montana turkey season started out great, filling a couple tags on opening day! We cooked one of the birds in a couple of different ways to make some office lunches this week.
Michael finally got his boat out so gives us the fishing update in which he landed a few nice walleye, bass, trout and pike.
The snow keeps coming in the western United States, with the majority of the Snotel sites measuring over 150% snow water equivalent. Arizona Game and Fish sent out an email warning turkey hunters areas are inaccessible due to high snowpack.
In Idaho a Fish and Game officer shot and killed a domestic dog for chasing and killing mule deer.
Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks announced that they will embark on new mule deer monitoring, research and outreach initiatives in response to the long-term decline in mule deer numbers.
The Wyoming corner crossing case is back in the news after both sides have filed for summary judgment wanting the judge to rule before going to trial.
For the deeper dive, we talk about a few hunting myths and pet peeves that drive us crazy
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