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Mt Lion Hunting
Hunting Mt lions with my Mathews bow: If anyone ever tells you that hunting mountain lion with dogs is cheating they have never been dry ground lion hunting or have run with the dog while they workType: Blog Post
Packing for Pork Chops: Hog Hunting Basics
One statement we often use at Mac & Prowler is to “use what you have”. This line of thinking can certainly be used in the realm of hog huntingType: Blog Post
Coues Deer Hunting
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 harvest one of these elusive creatures. Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
The iPhone Bull
So you are probably wondering why we called this show the iphone bull because more than half of this show was filmed on my iphone Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
Hunters and Conservation
I need to get something off my chest…. I am tired of anti-hunters calling me names, posting their comments on social media, tired of the hate mail we receive Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
Mathews Bow Giveaway
We are giving away one women’s bow and one men’s bow your choice… It will be sized and fitted to you 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
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
The Lucky Miss Buck..
The Lucky Miss… buck <p> Each Year I travel to NY to hunt where I grew up… And it has always been like my time off hunting spot, no cameraman, no minimums, nobody scrutinizing how/what/where I hunt just me my bow trying to outwit a weary buck… Most people don’t realize that once you made […]Type: Blog Post
Im tired of being harassed By Anti-Hunters
I was looking through comments I had not yet approved on my Blog when I came across this beauty of a comment on my Mountain Lion hunt post… vladtheimpaler Mar 30, 2016 punk assed bastard.look at his goofy ass,he probably shot it with bait like a chickenshit.these hunters ae gonna pay for their destruction of […]Type: Blog Post
Swamp Donkey John Stallone’s 4 year quest to shoot mature NY whitetail
NY archery Whitetail hunting is high pressure and high competition for a small amount of public land this is the story of my 4 year quest to kill a mature NY whitetail I called Swamp Donkey…. Swamp Donkey a NY whitetail story by John Stallone Author of The Whitetail Hunter’s Blueprint  http://www.thewhitetailblueprint.com/   The Back Story: […]Type: Blog Post
How to walk back tune your bow
How Do You Walk Back Tune Your Bow? Before we get into how to walk back tune your bow let me tell you what you need. Large Target: Try to find the biggest one possible. a large washer with about 24″ of string Shooting distance of at least 40 yards preferably 60 Allen Wrenches Range […]Type: Blog Post
Mapping Monster Bucks
Mapping Monster Bucks Choosing a Stand Site By John Stallone Host of Interviews With The Hunting Masters podcast Fig#5 With a trained eye sometimes you can see all the features on an aerial photo   Books have been written about the subject of where is the best place to ambush a big buck… I know […]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
South Dakota Spot and Stalk Whitetail
South Dakota Spot and Stalk Whitetail A story of Public land Hunting archery hunting I was talking with Marc Smith on my podcast yesterday and we were talking about not getting hung up on hunting a certain way or in a certain area which reminded me of a story of my South Dakota Whitetail from 2015 and I realized […]Type: Blog Post
Elk Hunting Check list and Elk Hunting in AZ What to expect
Elk Hunting Check list and Elk Hunting in AZ What to expect What to expect when you come to hunt elk in Arizona with Days in The Wild: Hunting Elk In Arizona is quite possibly the most sought after elk hunting experience in the country, with a well-managed herd, milder terrain, milder weather than most elk […]Type: Blog Post
How to Break In a New Compound Bow
How to Break In a New Compound Bow   How to Break In a New Compound Bow – Many people will argue the different way how to break in a new compound bow but for me its a two step process. Breaking in a new bow is like building a relationship. Yeah there are some technical […]Type: Blog Post
Once in A lifetime – AZ Archery Desert Bighorn Sheep hunt
My AZ Archery Desert Bighorn Sheep hunt “We each have a special something we can get only at a special time of our life. like a small flame. A careful, fortunate few cherish that flame, nurture it, hold it as a torch to light their way. But once that flame goes out, it’s gone forever.” […]Type: Blog Post
New World Record Non-Typical Coues’ Deer in Arizona
New World Record Non-Typical Coues’ Deer The cat is out of the bag that Arizona keeps producing more and more World Record Coues’ Deerthan any other place you can hunt them. Yes Mexico has a lot of big bucks and more “untouched” country to hunt them but if you want to shoot a world record […]Type: Blog Post
2018 Broadhead Review By John Lusk
 2018 Broadhead Review By John Lusk   Check out my podcast with John Lusk  BROADHEADS | SELECTING THE RIGHT ONE FOR YOUR HUNT WRITTEN BY JOHN LUSK ON 09/05/2018. It wasn’t long ago that broadhead selection was a fairly simple process… There just weren’t that many options available. Well, those days are gone. Now there are a plethora […]Type: Blog Post
Mathews – Mission Sub-1 Crossbow Review 2018
Mission Sub-1 Crossbow Review 2018 My father in law recently had shoulder surgery and unfortunately he is not able to draw back a bow anymore and ever really without a lot of work on his part so I started doing research on crossbows to try to find him then best bang for the buck. Of […]Type: Blog Post
Traveling with a Bow or Firearm
Traveling with a Bow or Firearm on a plane I travel 6-10x a year on planes to hunt in different destinations and if you don’t do it a lot it can be daunting. Each carrier has their own set of guidelines as well as those implemented for traveling with firearms and bow by the TSA […]Type: Blog Post
Hunting Backpack Review winter 2018
Hunting Backpack Review 2018 Well the results are in: My team and I ran these bags through the ringer on all different types of hunts just to name a few Blacktail in California in July, Early Muleys in AZ in Aug, Oregon Roosies in Sept, High country muleys in UT in Sept ,  Coues deer […]Type: Blog Post
Arizona Deer Hunting
Hunting in AZ can be a frustrating affair if you have never hunted the desert before this article will give you some of the tools you will need to be successful the attached podcast episode will give you the details, tip, tactics and secrets of guys that have been successful in AZ year in year […]Type: Blog Post
North American Conservation Model
Ive been getting asked often enough that what is The North American Wildlife Conservation Model? So I thought I’d Share this: The model for North American Conservation is the only one of its kind in the world.  In the mid-1800’s hunters and anglers realized they needed to set limits in order to protect rapidly disappearing […]Type: Blog Post