The Elk Are Where You Find 'em | Montana Rifle Opener
Marcus, Rocky, and Kara are heading into the backcountry for the opening weekend of Montana's rifle season. The crew, like most of you, face plenty of challenges on this public land elk hunt. Follow along as they attempt to overcome these obstacles and harvest a bull elk!
You've probably seen Jim Baichtal on the show before. Usually, it's deep in the bush of Southeast Alaska with his traditional black powder rifle. In this episode, he's trading the Hawken for a Howa and looking for any elk that is in his way. This is the quickest elk hunt we have ever filmed...
The Realities of Life Have Struck | Montana Moose (DAY 5)
Randy is back moose hunting after having to take over a week off to work back in Bozeman. He had planned on having ample time to spend moose hunting the rest of the season, but received some bad news regarding the health of his mom.
Now he has less time than planned to try and harvest a bull in ...
On Day 6 of this Montana Moose hunt, Randy Newberg is up before first light with plans to find a bull moose. This will be his last day before he has to go home for a couple days before returning. Randy is starting to feel the pressure and his days left of hunting are starting to wind down.
Getting Up Close And Personal | Montana Moose (DAY 7)
Randy is back for three more days of moose hunting. He is joined by his friend Arlando, who claims to have brought good luck. Arlando planned to go bear hunting while Randy is looking for moose, but the licensing printers were down so he wasn't able to get a tag yet.
On Day 8 of this 2021 Montana Moose hunt, Randy and Arlando are up early at the cabin making their best laid plans for the day. After some discussion and Big Hank coffee, they decide to head out for the morning glassing session. He gives Marcus and Jace official orders to go kill any bull elk the...
Bull Moose At 99 YARDS On The FIRST DAY | Montana Moose (DAY 1)
Randy Newberg has been applying for a Montana Shiras Moose tag for 30 years. Finally after three decades he drew one of the four tags that are given out in this specific unit. He has been hunting the area for elk for the last few days, but now it's time to transition from elk to moose.
Going In Blind After A Bull | Montana Moose (DAY 2)
Randy and Michael start the day giving elk one last chance. They agree to go to a spot and bugle where a bull has been frequenting. If they don't get a response, then they will solely focus on moose. After a couple location bugles with no responses they decide to head to the willow flats.
On Day 3 of this Montana Moose hunt, Randy and Michael are up well before daylight to try and locate a moose. They head right back to the spot where they heard that bull the night before. Randy walks out to the glassing knob right above the meadow. He runs back to the truck saying he sees the bul...
Looking For Moose At Higher Elevation | Montana Moose (DAY 4)
Randy returns to his go-to glassing spot at first light to survey the area and see what he can find. He isn't the only one utilizing that spot, as they see a fresh and well-defined grizzly track that was made last night or earlier that morning.
Randy keeps hitting different glassing knobs, hopin...
Hunting A Leftover Tag | Leftover Elk Hunt (EP. 1)
After coming off a successful backcountry elk hunt, Marcus continues his archery season by hunting another state where he was able to pick up a leftover elk tag. It's a new area he has never been, so he plans to just cover different drainages and try to find elk.
Trying To Call Him Off Private! | Leftover Elk Hunt (EP. 2)
Marcus continues to make the most of his leftover elk tag and he locates a big herd first thing in the morning on a pivot, but they move well onto private land. They locate two other raghorns on public and try to make a move on them.
Marcus picks up a third bull that is bordering the line betwee...
Michael and Marcus are together again for an Alaskan pack raft adventure in search of coastal Black Bears. After navigating the usual travel logistics of hunting in Alaska, Michael and Marcus settle into their camp on the coast. Black bears abound in this area, but with only pack rafts for transp...
Looking For Beau's Bull | Backcountry Elk Hunt (EP. 3)
Beau and Marcus are up before first light and get the llamas saddled up to head out and track the bull Beau arrowed the night prior. They retrace back to exactly where Beau shot and search for blood and tracks to try and locate where he went.
After a morning of exhausting the surrounding area, t...
Public Land Bull with a Bow | Backcountry Elk Hunt (EP. 4)
Beau decides to stay back and get camp packed up so they can relocate closer to some water. In the meantime, Marcus heads out at first light to call and try and locate a bull to go after. He finds elk scattered all around in the morning but doesn't hear any bugles.
Stalk On The First Day | Wyoming Pronghorn (DAY 1)
In day 1 of this 2021 Wyoming Pronghorn hunt, Randy Newberg is heading south to his favorite place in the world - Rawlins, Wyoming. As a self-proclaimed antelope junkie, Randy is excited to get to look over countless bucks and try to find a nice mature pronghorn for Mason.
In day 2 of this Wyoming Pronghorn hunt, Randy and Mason are back at it hoping to locate a mature buck to make good use of his Antelope tag. After fueling up and grabbing some coffee, they hit the local BLM land to do some morning glassing.
Partway through the morning Mason starts getting excite...
In day 3 of this 2021 Wyoming Pronghorn hunt, Randy and Mason start the day with donuts and coffee before heading out to find "Funky Fred". The search doesn't take long as the buck is only about 100 yards from where they left him the night prior.
Mason decides he wants to go after him so they pa...
In this video, Michael Parente, a self-identified husky and sweaty hunter gives a few tips he has learned about layering while in the mountains. Sweat can be our enemy in the wilderness especially as temperatures start to plummet later in the season.
We Found The Mega-Herd! | Montana Archery Elk (EP. 1)
In episode 1 of this Montana archery elk hunt, Randy Newberg links up with employee and fellow tag-holder Michael Parente as they pack up a trailer of llamas and head to central Montana. This area is familiar to Randy as his son shot a mature bull here 16 years prior. Things have certainly change...