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Clay Newcomb

Clay Newcomb

Clay Newcomb is a 7th-generation Arkansan that grew up in the Ouachita Mountains. He's a hunter, mule skinner, curious naturalist, and observer of rural culture. He's also a writer, filmmaker, podcaster, and owner/publisher of Bear Hunting Magazine.

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Ep. 66: Basketball and Coonhunting - The "Hicks From the Sticks” Story

Bear Grease

Ep. 66: Basketball and Coonhunting - The "Hicks From the Sticks” Story

On this episode of the Bear Grease Podcast, we’ll be crossing the streams of sports, rural life, and hunting as we learn about the 1960’s championship Bradleyville Eagles basketball dynasty in Missouri. We’ll talk with author, Leon Combs who wrote the book on them and we’ll meet one of the players...
Clay Newcomb Aug 10, 2022
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Video: Clay Newcomb's Saddle Hunting Tips

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Video: Clay Newcomb's Saddle Hunting Tips

Here are a few tricks that help me make the most of my Tethrd system in the whitetail woods. By double tethering yourself in with Phantom Tree Saddle Kit and properly positioning your Predator Platform Kit, you'll be set to hang for a while and wait for the big buck to stroll on by.
Clay Newcomb Aug 5, 2022
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Ep 65: Bear Grease [Render] - Whitetail Antlers, Underground dogs, and Bucking Mules

Bear Grease

Ep 65: Bear Grease [Render] - Whitetail Antlers, Underground dogs, and Bucking Mules

On this week’s episode of the Bear Grease Render, Clay is joined by the familiar crew to discuss the public display of taxidermy in gas stations. Brent Reaves tells us about Waylon’s new found ability to tree a raccoon underground. Isaac Neale shares the perils of cowboy boots. Josh Spielmaker...
Clay Newcomb Aug 3, 2022
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Ep. 64: Gas Station Taxidermy Roadshow

Bear Grease

Ep. 64: Gas Station Taxidermy Roadshow

On this episode of the Bear Grease Podcast, Brent Reaves and Clay Newcomb hit the two-lane highways and byways of America in search of taxidermy in gas stations. This type of public display of bucks, bears and ducks is becoming rarer - and we’re in search of why. The public display of taxidermy is...
Clay Newcomb Jul 27, 2022
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