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TUP Podcast Episode 14: When hunts go wrong

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TUP Podcast Episode 14: When hunts go wrong

 
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Turns out the old battlefield quotation “no plan survives first contact with the enemy” applies to backcountry hunts, too. Despite his best efforts at planning, training, and preparedness, TUP Founder Karl Hylle found himself battling blizzards, washed out trails, overflowing rivers, and uncooperative game on his hunting trip to the Idaho backcountry wilderness.

Meanwhile, Editor-in-Chief Nate Granzow did some reading on legendary big-game hunter Peter Hathaway Capstick, where he learned a thing or two about the difference between preservation and conservation.

Finally, the TUP team discusses Elmer Fudd’s recent disarmament—the producers of the reimagined Warner Brothers show resolving to remove his iconic double barrel while keeping all the other cartoony violence.

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