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Rangefinder Binocular Review 2017 results
Rangefinder Binocular Review 2017 results I’m always looking for ways to lighten my load and still have everything I need (want) to be successful in the field. So I started looking at getting and set of range finding binoculars so I wouldn’t have to carry binos and a rangefinder around my neck and deal with tethers […]Type: Blog Post
Understanding Deer Body Language
Deer Body Language   My experiences here at The hunting Channel Online have allowed me to meet some of the best hunters in the world and I have been able to learn priceless information from them, like reading deer body language.   Understanding deer body language can be one of the most important things a […]Type: Blog Post
Elk Tacos
Elk Tacos Here is my take on Elk Tacos Ingredients for elk tacos: 1 lbs ground elk 5 tbl spoons avocado oil or safflower oil salt black pepper 1/4 teaspoon Cayenne  pepper 1/2 teaspoon chili powder 1/2 cup fine shredded Monterey jack cheese 1 cup cut heirloom cherry tomatoes 6-8 flour tortillas 8″ 1 – […]Type: Blog Post
Javelina Hunting In Arizona
Javelina Hunting In Arizona: The Basics of Hunting Javelina- Javelina Hunting In Arizona Can be some of the most fun spot and stalk hunting in the country and it can also be a exercise in futility. Javelina although plentiful throughout Arizona can be very tough to find. Javelina Hunting In Arizona should begin with locating […]Type: Blog Post
Hunter Recruitment…Do you want to see hunting go away?
Public view on hunting and the need for hunter recruitment: I am very concerned about the direction the “Hunting Industry” is heading. Aside from the Hunter on Hunter hate that runs rampid in social media, there is heavy competition and a general lack of comradery in today’s hunting culture. As a result, the non-hunting community […]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
CWD – Chronic Wasting Disease How we should all be scared
This Map Spells Trouble for the Future of Deer Hunting Im Not one for posting other people’s content but when the message is important and I am not qualified to write on the subject I am more than happy to share. This article posted yesterday on the QDMA website of which I am a member […]Type: Blog Post
The Death of the Hunting Industry
The Death of the Hunting Industry -The Future of hunting I’m not sure if most of us realize that in order for hunting to continue to be part of our lifestyle and heritage our numbers must remain at a level that is impactful. We have lost 2.2 million hunters since 2011 and are losing approximately […]Type: Blog Post
Hunting And Fitness : Ramping it up before the Season Opener
Hunting And Fitness : Ramping it up before the Season Opener It occurred to me more than a few years ago that nothing I was doing in the gym really got me to where I needed to be come hunting season. Each year I would bust my butt to get “In Shape” for my hunts […]Type: Blog Post
How to save battery using OnX Maps on your mobile
This is a re-post of an article put out by OnX maps to help conserve your battery life while in the field. I have been doing this for awhile even before mobile base GPS to conserve battery life so I thought is was common knowledge. Anyhow I figured those who didn’t know would benefit from […]Type: Blog Post
How to save battery using onX on your mobile
This is a re-post of an article put out by onX to help conserve your battery life while in the field. I have been doing this for awhile even before mobile base GPS to conserve battery life so I thought is was common knowledge. Anyhow I figured those who didn’t know would benefit from this […]Type: Blog Post
How to cook Javelina
How to cook Javelina Javelina Stew, Yucatan Style Each January Many of us journey to the deserts of Arizona, New Mexico and Old Mexico to hunt javelina, one of the most fun creatures in the desert to hunt. They occupy rough terrain, are difficult to spot and offer a western experience that you just don’t […]Type: Blog Post
How to clean a skull for Euro Mount
How to do a Euro mount on your deer, hog, sheep whatever! If you have ever tried to do a euro mount yourself you know it can take hour and hours if you don’t know how to do it properly. I sat down with Ryan Olsen of White Bone Creations to give us the run […]Type: Blog Post
Headlamp Review 2019
So 6 months I set out on a “journey” to find the best Headlamp for hunting, so I contacted the tops brands in the industry to perform a headlamp review. My Guides and I tested each of these Headlamps in different conditions and different applications on the following test parameters: Test parameters:  Weight  Ease of […]Type: Blog Post
Scent Control and Spot and Stalk: Is it worth it?
Scent Control and Spot and Stalk: Is it worth it? By now most hunters know the importance of scent control while hunting from a stationary position but not many think to utilize it for spot and stalk type hunts. The school of thought is you are hiking and sweating more and you are playing the […]Type: Blog Post
AZ left -over tags for Deer
AZ main deer draw has close and now all those units that had unsubscribed tags will have a secondary draw following the posting of main draw results. There are still many excellent tags that will be available during this second draw period actually a large number of these tags were/are what would be considered a […]Type: Blog Post
Javelina Hunt with Hank Shaw
Ever wanted to Have Hank Shaw as your camp chef? Well we have a special Javelina Hunt in Arizona just for you We have 10 slots for this Javelina hunt! Javelina hunt with Hank Shaw and John Stallone. Hunts are typically operated out of a trailer camp or bunk house, all meals are included, you […]Type: Blog Post
Hunting the October Lull
Each year I make it back east to hunt whitetail in October during my kids fall break this usually occurs the first two weeks of October. Many consider this time period approximately Oct. 7th-20th the “October lull,” a period when bucks become nocturnal and and very recluse. Some believe its them resting up getting ready […]Type: Blog Post
Guided South Dakota Mule Deer hunts
Every Year Days In The Wild Outfitters takes one or 2 clients to South Dakota to Hunt the rut in November during archery season. This is one of My favorite hunts of the year tons of action and tons of fun. Its head to head with the Archery deer here in AZ for me with […]Type: Blog Post
Venison Tacos
Deer Tacos / Venison Tacos Sometimes I feel like a one trick pony I constantly find myself cooking tacos or burritos quit frankly its my favorite type a food next to pizza and a good pasta dish ( kinda hard to shake the Ginzo outa me). 1 lbs ground deer / venison 5 tbl spoons […]Type: Blog Post
Artic Cat Outdoors
GRAB YOUR SHOVEL AND YOUR GUNJoin us as we race to hunting properties and backwoods wildlife meccas, giving habitat a Management Makeover, and treading through the forest in search of big whitetail, elusive toms, rutting elk and more. Learn habitat and deer management tips from top wildlife biologists and see the best hunting and management products get put to use in the field.Type: Channel
Mathews' Days In The Wild
DAYS IN THE WILD--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Join us each week, as we travel about the country hunting just about any legal game we can put a stalk on. One of the most important aspects of our show is that it delves into more of the “how to’s” of hunting, more of what everyday hunter needs. We wanted to have a show that helped hunters answer those questions we had when we first started going out in the field. I remember watching hunting shows when I was still green trying to get tips and figure out tactics to better myself, but always end up frustrated with some guy who walks three feet into the woods and kills a trophy buck and thanks god, his mom, and mother nature for allowing him to shoot an animal. Most people can t afford to go out with a guide or can’t spend half the year planting food plots or even do a whole lot of scouting. We decided we would like to show the real side of hunting, the misses, the blown opportunities, the work it takes to get there, and most of all share some of our tactics good or bad with our viewershttp://www.johnstallone.com/Type: Channel
Fusion Archery's Feet Per Second
Warning..Warning.... Have you ever had so much pure adrenaline pumping through your veins that you almost lose total control....? Your emotions get carried away when you hear a loud crash back in the timber on a hard frost morning. When daybreak creeps upon the morning dew and the silence is broken by a snapping limb or twig! When you see deer heading your way and you wonder off into another world wondering if today is going to be the day. Well brother im here to tell ya! TODAY IS YOUR DAY!!! Today is the day when all that hard work and persistence pays off. Days afield being hot and sweaty scouting, hanging stands in the earliest of seasons seem to be all worth while now as you see that rack from a buck that you have been getting trail cam pics of crest the timberline! The reality of all this starts closing in on you as you realize all your nights of no sleep and dreams of big bucks zipping through the timber during the November rut hoping a shot of a lifetime will present itself fades as you come to full draw. The only thought that comes to mind is.... THIS IS IT...!!! Buck fever sets in and your focus turns to staying calm and making a good shot!!....YES, This is what dreams are made of...... All you need now is luck!! As you launch your arrow from your bow or squeeze off the trigger the only thing now is to realize your dreams...! The extreme rush of the trophy bolting out of sight to expire within reach is only hours away! The pure excitement and rush of the hunt is fast paced and forever etched into priceless memories. For all these reasons this is why were introducing the other kind of hunting show that will keep you on the edge of your seat and keep you feeling as if you were right there in the tree with us!! Gray Ghost Outdoor Productions presents "Fusion Archery's Feet Per Second" Host Andy Elliott and Team FPS will keep you wanting more as they head into the deep timber of the west to the briar patches of the south doing what we do!!... "HUNT"... The pure adrenaline of the hunt will lock you to your seat like a safety harness..... HERE'S TO REALIZING YOUR DREAMS...... In " Feet Per Second"......................Type: Channel
Smith Outdoorz
http://smithoutdoorz.webs.com/We are #1 in the field for North American gameType: Channel
The Hunting Chronicles
"The Hunting Chronicles"The Hunting Chronicles is a half hour TV Hunting & Fishing program, highlighting Outdoor adventures from all over North America. Hunting- Follow the guys as they hunt for Bull Moose, Bull Elk, Whitetail Deer, Mule Deer, Black Bear, Bison, Caribou, Antelope, Wolf, upland game birds, and waterfowl with Bow, Shotgun or Rifle.Fishing- The guys will teach you the small things to the advanced tactics used by the pro's. Follow the hosts as they fish from coast to coast bringing you exciting line screaming action. Whether it's fly-fishing for huge Northern Pike, Jigging delicious Walleye, or popping top water Bass, the fishing will be entertaining to say the least.Your hosts Chris David, Ryan Gehl, and our pro-staff team members, and special guests will show and teach you the real story of the adventure. Not just the made for TV version. Hit or miss, The truth will be told to our viewers.http://www.thehuntingchronicles.com/Type: Channel