Growing up hunting waterfowl and small game in Southwest Louisiana, William Newlin first introduced his wife Carolyn to duck hunting while they were still high school sweethearts. They’ve remained best hunting buddies the nearly 70 years since. In aggregate, they’ve bagged about 300 game species “not including regular stuff around home like white-tailed deer and ‘gators.” From livestock-eating tigers and troublesome polar bears during military service to rare blue sheep and overpopulated barnacle geese, man, the stories these two can tell! The Newlins are old school. For them, it’s never been about awards or recognitions. Their plainspoken stories are about living life one hunting experience to the next—simply because it’s fun. Enjoy! Y’all are absolutely going to love this episode, the Newlins, and their many stories.