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Wind, Lose Or draw
Wind lose or draw By Michael Lee -- As I sat fletching arrows for the coming deer season one August.Type: Article
understanding wind
Im sure I will create some controversy here, I typically don’t pay much attention to the wind because I always try and pick spots that allow me to hunt in multiple directions.Type: Blog Post
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
Field Judging Whitetail
No single factor can be used to conclusively judge the age of a deer in the fieldType: Article
Just Got back From New Mexico
Well we were hunting the last four days in NM for turkey, We experienced some crazy weather, which we often do in spring above 7,000 feet temps ranged from 20-75 deg we got hailed on, sleet, rain, 40 mph winds, and bright sunny hot days unreal. The Brids were not talking we heard maybe 5...Type: Blog Post
Learn The art of spot and stalk
If you would like a more in depth look at spot and stalk hunting join http://www.thehuntingchannelonline.com and get my book “Secrets of Hunting Western Game for freeType: Blog Post
Muzzle Loader Coyote
Muzzle Loader Coyote The sight of a distant coyote provided a surprise break in the routine of the morning muzzleloader pronghorn hunt. While watching the distant dog prowl for rodents, it suddenly dawned on me that instead of sitting back and watching, I should be taking advantage of the opportunity. Digging into my daypack, I...Type: Blog Post
Ground Blind Hunting
Ground blind Cover Up Hi welcome to The Hunting Channel online’s Tip Of the week! How many of you have been busted while hunting out of a ground blind? Well I have! Im gonna share with you some tips to help minimize the chance of this happening to you. One thing you must remember that...Type: Blog Post
Predator Hunting
There is nothing more fun in the off season to do then get out and do some coyote calling. It is a nice way to fine tune your skills and another excuse to get out into the field. PICKING A LOCATION I like to set up on a high location when gun hunting; elevation allows...Type: Blog Post
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
You Know You Are Addicted to Hunting When…
Ok everyone, I got to thinking, and I came up with the top 15 ways you know you are addicted to hunting. Surely, all of you out there can add to the list, and I’m interested in what you have to add. So, place your comments below and lets see if we can get this...Type: Blog Post
Spot and Stalk Mule Deer
I am going mule deer hunting in New Mexico on state land, I have never done a spot and stalk type hunt. I am from the Midwest and have only hunted whitetail from tree stands. What can I do to prepare for my hunt.Type: Blog Post
How to hunt with a ground blind
I hear people say all the time “I had so many pics on my trail camera the deer were coming to this water hole everyday. I sat 5 days in my ground blind and didn’t see a single deerâ€. What people don’t realize how important it is to follow these simple set of rules: 1)Set...Type: Blog Post
Last day of deer season
Well we went out for the last day of late season archery deer hunting here in AZ. It was more of a day out with my cousins then actually hunting, there was four of us which is two too many, in my opinion to be successful at spot and stalk mule deer hunting. Anyway, I...Type: Blog Post
Predator Hunting to keep the skills sharp
If your like me, you get real tired of shooting at a target to keep your bow skills in tip top shape. Well nothing better then getting out during the spring and calling for predators. Set up is key if you want to call in a fox, coyote, or bobcat with in range of your...Type: Blog Post
Weather is Arguably the Most Important Factor in Hunting
Maybe you too will have a story of when you killed that buck chasing a doe during a Nor-eastern or monsoon….. Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
Spot and Stalk Archery Antelope Hunting
Spot and Stalk Archery Antelope Hunting How to be more effective at Spot and Stalk Archery Antelope Hunting This is a basic transcription from my podcast I did recently with Finding Backcountry  on Spot and Stalk Archery Antelope Hunting. These are some of the questions I was asked about Spot and Stalk Archery Antelope Hunting and the short […]Type: Blog Post
Hunting With the boys from Dead down wind
Early season whitetailType: Channel TV Show
Quality Deer Management/QDM
Quality Deer Management/QDM*-starts with good genetics. A healthy deer herd, availability of ...Type: Article
Day pack for spot and stalk:
Most hunters under estimate the importance of having the right pack to fit their hunt.Type: Article
Muzzle Loader Coyote
The sight of a distant coyote provided a surprise break in the routine of the morning muzzleloaderType: Article
How to survive Hypothermia
Chilled to the Bone! © 2004 Gary L. Benton While the weather was cool, the sun was shinning brightlyType: Article
Whitetail Hunting Tips
T.R.'s Tips: Deer Calling Determining what deer call to use is not a matter of which rut phaseType: Article
DUCK BEHAVIOR
Duck Biology & Behavior By T.R. Michels When I first saw the small flock of ducksType: Article
Calling Deer
DEER CALLING SUGGESTIONS As many of you know my most successful tactic over the last 45 yearsType: Article
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