The name "Ted Nugent" evokes a host of responses from different people. Ted is an iconic rock-and-roll legend and outspoken political pundit, but in the hunting community we know him as "Uncle Ted." He's been the most outspoken hunter on the mainstream American stage for the longest period of time. Early on, Ted brought a new energy, life and zeal into the hunting world along with a positive narrative unlike anything we'd ever heard. Ted is also a controversial figure in many spheres for various reasons, which he addresses in this conversation. On three different occasions Ted plays the guitar for host, Clay Newcomb, including his legendary song, Fred Bear, at the end of the podcast. Clay and Ted discuss the threats to modern hunting, Ted's hunting roots, staying clean and sober for 72 years, poaching, and high fence hunting. Ted brings his legendary enthusiasm; this is not one to miss!