“I’m not an expert on the legislation—or it’s not really legislation but the rules change in Arizona — but yes, as I understand it, and as I reviewed it, it is a complete elimination of the ability of hunters to use trail cameras in the state of Arizona. And frankly on its face, it’s baffling to me. I don’t think there’s anyone that can point to an appreciable difference in any sort of an advantage that comes from using trail cameras. There are plenty of people, that, you know, they fill their hunting tags without using trail cameras. And there are plenty of people that use trail cameras that, you know, eat tag soup so there’s not that direct corollary the game camera in and of itself.” — Trent Marsh
In Episode of 191 of District of Conservation, Gabriella is joined by her friend and longtime industry insider Trent Marsh. They discuss the recent POMA conference, trail cameras, some trending topics, and how to get the next generation hooked on the outdoors.
Trent Marsh has been in marketing in the shooting sports industry for over a decade, as a marketing manager, writer, social media professional, and consultant he was worked with numerous brands in the industry across several brand categories including optics, UTVs, and trail cameras.
He currently operates his own marketing company, Tag Soup LLC, and serves as the Editorial Manager for SPYPOINT Trail Cameras, as well and continuing to write for titles such as Deer and Deer Hunting, Whitetails Unlimited Magazine, Clay Target Nation, Outdoor Hub and his own recently revived blog Tag Soup Adventures. He’s also the co-host of The Will to Hunt Podcast.
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