Back in the early 1800s, the Mississippi Delta was a seething hardwood wilderness unrivaled by anything “until you reached the redwoods.” A Robert Eager Bobo and company plied their skills in that untamed environment, reputedly killing over 300 bears in a single year – plus a whole lot more. Who was Bobo, where’d he live? How’d they hunt bear back then? How famous were Bobo’s bear hounds? What weapon was preferred for bears in ancient canebrakes? Mississippi historian and outdoor writer, James McCafferty, and Ramsey Russell discuss these and other topics in today’s episode of Duck Season Somewhere podcast.