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Game Recovery
Game Recovery: Every Bow Hunter, will be faced with the realization that he/she may wound an animal,Type: Article
Know How to Identify Game
As a responsible hunter, you should educate yourself about wildlife prior to your hunt. The abilityType: Article
Treestand Placement
A deer stand is where you choose to hunt, and can be any location where you wait for the animals.Type: Blog Post
Hunting Blacktail Deer in the Rut
Hunting Blacktail Deer in the Rut By Josh Hendrickson   “Hunting by its definition is described as “the activity of hunting wild animals or game for food or sport, or the act of conducting a search for something.” I’ve even heard it defined as “to pursue with force or hostility .”.. Now if your reading […]Type: Blog Post
Calling Deer
DEER CALLING SUGGESTIONS As many of you know my most successful tactic over the last 45 yearsType: Article
Scouting for Spring Turkey
Spring Turkey Scouting / Scouting For The Turkey Opener By T.R. Michels, Trinity Mountain OutdoorsType: Article
Game Recovery:
Game Recovery: Every Bow Hunter, will be faced with the realization that he/she may wound an animalType: Article
Whitetail Rut Charts
The nitty gritty on whitetail rut and breeding habitsType: Article
Spring Bear Field Judging
Black bear is one of the most difficult animals to Field-judge. How can you tell a big bear...Type: Article
Where to Find Bear
Where the Bears Are by Dick Scorzafava The bear advanced completely unaware of me. I sat high aboveType: Article
Elk Scouting
Elk ScoutingType: Article
Tracking Deer
Tracking DeerType: Article
What to Scout for Around Feeding Areas for ELK and DEER
Scouting to find feeding areas is a pretty simple processType: Article
Scouting
Scouting Scouting is key in being successful anywhere you hunt. Every great hunter logs in a lot of hours surveying their hunting areas. Even if you don’t have the opportunity to get out and physically scout you area with today’s technology and resources like http://www.thehuntingchannelonline.com you can prepare yourself with a game plan to help...Type: Blog Post
Secrets Of Hunting out West
Join TV personality John Stallone as he take you through the secret tips and tactics for being successful while hunting elk, mule deer, Coues deer, antelope and many other western big game animals. Learn how to prepare yourself for your hunt; how to locate game, and how to plan a stalk on the trophy of a lifetime. There is something for everyone in this book a no B.S approach to scoring trophy game in the western states. Type: Blog Post
calling black bear
The key to calling bears is to call non-stop until the animal is within firing range. When you stop calling, the bear will stop approaching. Some experts claim that calling will often attract sows more readily than boars.Type: Blog Post
Choosing the right hunting spot
Choosing the right set up is just as important as scouting. We here at High Prairie Lodge and outfitters find that set up is the key to not only seeing big deer but taking trophy deer and game. Whitetails, Mule deer, Elk and antelope are all what I like to call “pattern-able “ and they all leave game sign.Type: Blog Post
97 yard shot with a bow
We just got back from hunting with Wyoming Hunting Outiftters Myself and two of my THC ProStaff each of us had a mule deer tag and an antelope tag. We hunted for 5 days spot and stalk archery and we were able to fill 4 out of the six tags, let me say that is...Type: Blog Post
Hunting Late Season Elk
Hunting Late Season Elk By Neil Large Hunting elk during the late season can be a very rewarding experience for those who understand the tactics and mental fortitude needed to be successful. The rut is over and the bulls have become reclusive to feed and relax in an attempt to gain strength and body mass […]Type: Blog Post
Planning Your Hunt Out West
Planning Your Hunt Out West By John Bingham THC Field-Staff “I’m not looking for any honey-holes, but…” If you’ve been around social media or the hunting forums for any amount of time, you’ve seen that guy or perhaps been one of them who posted in any number of forums “I’m new to the area and […]Type: Blog Post
How predator hunting can improve your big game success this fall
Predator calling for deer and elk.. By John Stallone If you are like me you are always looking for ways to improve your hunting skill set. I found that there is no better off season practice then bow hunting predators. From learning new terrain to incorporating new tactics it’s a real–life training ground for your […]Type: Blog Post
Pack Llamas and Hunting
Pack Llamas and Hunting… GO FARTHER, STAY LONGER, AND HIKE HARDER! In 2013 we were at a Hunting and Conservation Expo doing a small seminar on Pack Llamas and Hunting . When the time came around for questions the first one that we got asked was “So…. Why do you pack with llamas?” We were […]Type: Blog Post
How to Hunt Coues Deer
How to hunt Coues Whitetail A different animal but still a whitetail Taken from a chapter in the whitetail blueprint written back in 2008 the info is still really good.   If you have ever tried your luck at hunting the grey ghosts of the southwest, you know how tough it is to locate let alone […]Type: Blog Post
Hunting Coues Deer in AZ some do’s and don’ts
Coues Deer Hunting In Arizona little tricks to improve your success in coues deer hunting Its no secret that I love hunting Coues deer the terrain they live in, their recluse nature, small stature, and uncanny ability to avoid danger make them some of the most formidable animals to hunt in North America. Arizona offers some excellent […]Type: Blog Post
Spot and Stalk Hunting … for the not sneaky
Spot and Stalk Ambush Hunting … Spot and Stalk Hunting … for the not sneaky Many of us use spot and stalk strategies in our hunting especially in big open areas. This style of hunting requires the hunter to be : 1) proficient at glassing 2) able to pick a route and execute it 3) […]Type: Blog Post
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