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After The shot
Only sometimes will you be lucky enough to find the arrow at the sight of your hit. When this is not the case it is still important that you find the arrow. The arrow should have fallen in the deer’s escape trail. Arrows will typically fall out quickly unless it is deep in heavy muscle...Type: Blog Post
Copper vs Lead bullets… Are you poisoning your game meat?
Copper vs Lead bullets for hunting … Are you poisoning your game meat? So I decided to go down this rabbit hole hoping I could find some definitive answers to my questions: Does shooting game with lead bullets really increase your Blood lead levels? Are there ways to process game to minimize your risk? What […]Type: Blog Post
Journey to The Ibex
    Many of you know I finally drew an Ibex tag in New Mexico’s Florida Mountains. The Florida Mountains is the only place in North America where you can hunt pure-blood free-ranging Persian (Bezoar) Ibex. Introduced from Iran in 1970 it has become one of the most sought after hunts in North America… It also […]Type: Blog Post
"After the Shot" - Wounded Wild Game Recovery - Blood Tracking
Dustin covers the basics of game tracking/blood tracking after the shot in both gun hunting and bowhunting and how to approach different scenarios as well as some tips and tricks for finding a blood trail in the day and night.Type: Channel TV Show
Arkansas Public Timber Mallard Hunt BDO
Short Clip of the Blood Driven Outdoors crew enjoying the woods and shooting a few birdsType: Channel TV Show
Arrow Hits
An arrow kills a deer by massive hemorrhaging.Type: Article
How to survive Hypothermia
Chilled to the Bone! © 2004 Gary L. Benton While the weather was cool, the sun was shinning brightlyType: Article
From the Field to your Table
Perfect Venison with Perfect Ease by Craig Fields I. INTRODUCTION Like you, I have read countlessType: Article
Game Recovery:
Game Recovery: Every Bow Hunter, will be faced with the realization that he/she may wound an animalType: Article
Game Recovery
Game Recovery: Every Bow Hunter, will be faced with the realization that he/she may wound an animal,Type: Article
Scent Elimination to the next level
Scent Elimination to the next levelType: Article
New twist to Staying Scent Free
New twist to Staying Scent FreeType: Article
Hunt Late Rut Deer
Hunt Late Rut DeerType: Article
Scent Free living
Scent Free livingType: Article
Broadhead Showdown
We tested 6 odf the top broadheads head to head and on live gameType: 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
Positive Thinking in the Outdoors:
It is remarkable to me that many hunters I encounter never consider the power of positive thinkingType: Article
Anti-Hunting Groups Just don't know...
Anti-Hunting Groups sending us hate mailType: Article
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
Still Hunting Western Big Game
Hey! you can get my book free when you join http://www.thehuntingchannelonline.com/signup.php use promo code: BOOKPlus get entered a chance to win a free Mexico Mule deer huntType: 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
Broadhead Showdown
We used 4 different compound bows and one long bow to test 3 mechanical and 3 fixed blade broadheads see what we came up with:Type: Blog Post
My first Spot and Stalk at 64years old!
The terrain is an open expanse, rolling hills, dotted with a few trees and waterholes,Type: 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
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