Clay Newcomb travels to West Virginia to hunt with Curtis and Jamie Walker and their famous West Virginia Plotts! Hunting the Appalachian Mountains with hound for bears is an extremely traditional hunt.
Some of the most exciting black bear footage ever captured! After missing a huge black bear Clay Newcomb takes a big color phase bear at 3 yards after it bumps into the end of his arrow!
The slug entered the skull a couple inches behind the eye, passed through some hollow space in the skull, and exited the skull between the bear’s eyes. It never penetrated the brain cavity. Amazingly it didn’t kill the bear.
Come along as The Bear Hunter Clay Newcomb makes some final gear decisions and hons his mental rigidity for his upcoming traditional bowhunt for bear in the wilds of northern Saskatchewan.
After two months of breaking in Ellie Mae the mule Clay Newcomb was ready to mount up for some high country bowhunting for turkey.
In the final episode, Clay’s training comes to a climatic point of potential validation as he finally tries to get on Izzy’s back. This is the moment when all the patience and training come to bear.
In week four of training/breaking Izzy the mule for hunting bear, Clay moves to the next step of trying to get her to take a bit. Never having anything in it’s mouth she didn’t want, this is always an iffy step.
After 3 weeks Clay is able to work with his mule. Now he attempts to put, first, the saddle blanket on it’s back. If that goes well, he’ll put the saddle on. That didn’t go as well as he would have liked but the mule stood again and Clay was able to cinch it up.
Clay continues with the training of his mule and in this session problems arise with some added drama of taking the mule out of it’s comfort zone.
Bear Hunting Magazines Clay Newcomb bought an unbroken mule to use as a saddle mule for bear hunting. Episode 1 showed him picking up and trailering the unwilling mule. Now Clay moves on to the training part.
For next six weeks, we’re going to bring you some ‘live’ action straight from Arkansas. Clay Newcomb traded for an unbroken mule. Project Mule is going to bring a video blog for six weeks on breaking this mule for bear hunting in Arkansas and out West.
In season finale of Bear Horizon, they play their Wild Card to help get a fantastic Arkansas black bear. And you’ll get to know Brent Reaves in the process.
Going after mountain lion is physically demanding but the rewards include a remarkable trophy and memories for a lifetime. Everything The Bear Hunter Clay Newcomb was hoping for.
Young River is learning the ways of the outdoors from father Clay. This video she dives in after catfish and tries her hand and noodling and then goes after her first bear with a bow.…
Exciting Video from Bear Hunting Magazine follows Ryan Greb when he has the adventure of a lifetime in Northern Saskatchewan after black bear in June 2016
As an update on our Arkansas bear baiting, four of five baits have been hit, and hit hard. We’ve got some really nice bears coming in and within a short period of time we had at least six different adult bears coming, including one giant.
Bear Hunting Magazine owner Clay Newcomb travels to Northern Saskatchewan for an amazing boat-based bear hunting adventure in June of 2016.
I don’t think I’ve been to a place more absent of human intrusion. The true wilderness of northern Canada is awesome, in the truest meaning of the adjective. Additional to the deep things that stir in the heart of man while he visits wild places, we had a great bear hunt.
Bear Hunting Magazine owner Clay Newcomb will be hunting the wilds of Saskatchewan for big black bears with Kolby Morrison of Bear Pro Safaris but first, he sets up his new Mathew Halon and talks about accuracy.
Perhaps the biggest mistake you could make is not going on a spring bear hunt in 2015. You’ve still got time to plan and many outfitters still have openings. Outfitted or DIY bear hunts in the spring are extremely exciting and are a great way to spend a time otherwise devoid of big game hunting action.
In bowhunting shot placement is a critical issue that demands a hunter be knowledgeable about the placement of the vitals on their target animal. Even more important are the hunter’s personal boundaries that give them the green light to shoot.