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Scent Free living
Scent Free livingType: Article
It\'s Goobler Time
It's Goobler TimeType: Article
Pre Hunt Elk Tips
Pre Hunt Elk TipsType: Article
Forgotten Deer Stand
Forgotten Deer StandType: Article
Accuracy and Hunting: What Counts in the End?
So many times, we are the ones holding us back from our potential and shooting is no exception to thType: Article
Can You Survive?
Getting Lost in the woodsType: Article
Early Season Waterfowl
Early season is great time of year for waterfowl. The birds are plentiful and very eager to be togetherType: Article
Pre-Season Scouting part #2
Scouting is the most important part of your hunting season no matter what game you are hunting for..Type: Blog Post
Get fit for: Backwoods hunting in the high country
Fitness is an often over-looked section of hunting. While the un-initiated may see hunting as a casual walk in the woods any experienced hunter knows otherwise. Type: Blog Post
Efficiency in Exercise
There have been lots of articles and discussions on hunting forums regarding the fitness aspect of huntingType: Blog Post
Quick Healthy Snack
So if your like me and like to eat… and the idea of eating boiled chicken and broccoli everyday is just not gonna cut it Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
Why Hunt Fit?
Even though I am Professional hunter by trade very few people know that in another life I was in the health and wellness industry, having a degree in Exercise Physiology and being a certified athletic trainer I worked in preventive medicine … Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
Diet and training…… Alkaline Diet
Developing a diet that consists of foods that are alkalizing and still provide you with the high protein you need to build can be a challenge. Continue reading →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
Wow Awesome End to the Season
January was an amazing time to hunt in my home state of AZ, alothogh i end up settling for a young Mule deer on the last day of the hunt it was full of excietment. Bob and I averaged about 5 stalks per day on big mature bucks (160+)and as hunting goes sometimes we just...Type: Blog Post
Choosing the Right set up- Reading Sign
Choosing the right set is just as important as scouting.Type: Blog Post
The Dirty TRUTH behind hunting gear !
But what is a little known fact about the hunting industry specifically; is …..Type: Blog Post
Shoot Under Pressure
Learning how to shoot when your heart is pumping uncontrollably as it may when that bruiser comes in Type: Blog Post
Accuracy and Hunting: What Counts in the End?
Much can be said about accuracy and its relationship to hunting in the field versus hunting paper at the shooting range.Type: Blog Post
Melissa Bachman Lion Controversy
I have had this debate with many people before who just don’t understand or do not wish to understand, bottom line is there would be no wildlife to enjoy if it wasn’t for the hunting community…… Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
What to do when you encounter a Mountain Lion
“Do not run from a mountain lion: Running may stimulate a mountain lion’s instinct to chase” Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
3 Exercises Guaranteed to Tighten Your Arrow Groups
Sometimes its the little things that matter the most… Like incorporating these 3 simple but effective exercises to improve dynamic stabilization and proprioception…. Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
Love Hunting?
Dustin Warncke serves as marketing director and co-host for Mac & Prowler’s Coyote Tales TV Show and has filmed and been featured in several TV shows Continue reading →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
Mule Deer Migration
•Distance is your friend. Observe from a distance that wont spook the deerType: Blog Post