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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
Scouting for deer
I start my scouting each year by checking the internet for new places to hunt. I do this by using the map feature on the hunting channel online. I pull up 3D images of the areas i have researched through fish and game reports and pope and young entries. I look for the structures and...Type: Blog Post
A bit about javelina
A Bit About The Beast….. An adult Javalina weighs between 30-65 pounds, but can get to weights nearing 80 ( in suburban areas feeding on garbage and landscaping) They a are a grayish black in color with a white collar around the neck. There coat is made up of hollow straw-like hairs that act as...Type: Blog Post
Hunting in the late season
Hunting in the late season should really begin with you scouting immediately after last years season is over. Type: Blog Post
Economic Crisis
“How Would You Fix the Economy?”I think this guy nailed it! No more bail-outs necessary!!!Type: Blog Post
So you think your ready for elk season?
Not many people know or can grasp how much ground you cover in a typical elk hunt… My team and I often do a lot of scouting and have good intel on where to hunt so this drastically reduces the amount of traveling we do while we are hunting.. So unless you get lucky and get […]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
How to hunt trophy bull Elk With Ryan Carter DC Outfitters
 PODCAST 8.33 Trophy Elk Hunting tactics With Ryan Carter of DC Outfitters Ryan is a trophy bull hunter and runs a successful guide service known for taking giant public land bulls call DC Outfitters. Ryan is a father of 3 daughters and when he’s not hunting he’s picking up giant sheds. We talk about what […]Type: Blog Post
Corey Jacobsen “The Linguist” himself schooling us on Hunting the Elk Rut
Hunting the Elk Rut with “The Linguist” Corey Jacobsen   Corey Jacobsen, of Boise, Idaho, is a 4-Time World Champion Elk Caller. Corey serves as the Pro Staff Director for Sitka Gear and has been hunting elk in over-the-counter archery units on public land in Idaho for over 20 years. He has placed in the […]Type: Blog Post
Day pack for spot and stalk:
Most hunters under estimate the importance of having the right pack to fit their hunt.Type: Article
DUCK BEHAVIOR
Duck Biology & Behavior By T.R. Michels When I first saw the small flock of ducksType: Article
HUNT PREPARATION CHECKLIST
HUNT PREPARATION CHECKLIST GENERAL EQUIP. Permit / Tag Hunting license Riffle/Ammunition GunType: Article
Turkey Behavior
Understanding Turkeys/Turkey Behavior 101 / Seasonal Turkey Behavior By T.R. Michels, TrinityType: Article
Whitetail Rut Charts
The nitty gritty on whitetail rut and breeding habitsType: Article
Turkey Breeding Season Phases
Peak Turkey Gobbling Activity, Turkey Breeding Season PhasesType: Article
Elk Scouting
Elk ScoutingType: Article
Bullet Ballistics
Bullet BallisticsType: Article
Better Then Topo Maps
Better Then Topo MapsType: Article
Understanding Elk
Understanding ElkType: Article
Tracking Deer
Tracking DeerType: Article
Forgotten Deer Stand
Forgotten Deer StandType: Article
Can You Survive?
Getting Lost in the woodsType: Article
Question from ask the pros
Q. Bedding or feeding areas? which is the better place to hunt?Type: Blog Post
Get free pack of efusjon
Get a free sample when you use promo code:efusjon to join http://www.thehuntingchannelonline.comType: Blog Post
Bear Hunting
Glassing open country, or open areas on hillsides or juniper is very effective in known bear habitat. This my preferred tacticType: Blog Post