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Advanced goose calling
most important aspects of goose calling are tempo (frequency) and volume (intensity).Type: Article
call like a duckCall Like a duck
As a guide, researcher, speaker and writer, I have always been interested in learning aboutType: Article
HUNT PREPARATION CHECKLIST
HUNT PREPARATION CHECKLIST GENERAL EQUIP. Permit / Tag Hunting license Riffle/Ammunition GunType: Article
Scouting for Spring Turkey
Spring Turkey Scouting / Scouting For The Turkey Opener By T.R. Michels, Trinity Mountain OutdoorsType: Article
Turkey Behavior
Understanding Turkeys/Turkey Behavior 101 / Seasonal Turkey Behavior By T.R. Michels, TrinityType: Article
Turkey Breeding Season Phases
Peak Turkey Gobbling Activity, Turkey Breeding Season PhasesType: Article
Preparing for the Hunt
Preparing for the Hunt - Scouting By T.R. Michels, Trinity Mountain Outdoors As a professional...Type: Article
Locating Ducks and Geese
Locating Ducks and Geese By T.R. Michels, Trinity Mountain Outdoors Locating ducks and geese usuallyType: Article
It\'s Goobler Time
It's Goobler TimeType: Article
Deer Lessons
Deer LessonsType: Article
Tracking Deer
Tracking DeerType: Article
January Deer
January DeerType: Article
Duck Hunters
Duck HuntersType: Article
Forgotten Deer Stand
Forgotten Deer StandType: Article
Deer Lures
Im going to keep this short and sweet, everything has its time and place, and I m not a big believerType: Article
Buck Behavior During the Rut
For years whitetail hunters have believed that bucks, particularly older dominant bucks, are warier and react differently than other deer during the fall hunting season. Hunters often complain that they do not see as many bucks during the hunting season as they did during pre-season scouting, and that the trophy bucks they saw during scouting sessions seem to disappear during the hunting season.Type: Article
Glassing for western game
how to spot and stalkType: Article
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. One of the most important things a deer hunter should learn is how to read...Type: Blog Post
food plots
Person’s Name: jamie brown Question : im new to deer hunting!i just got on a lease when do i plant a food plot?what do i plant?what does a scrap mean and why do they do that? i guess i need a little deer 101 please help,,,, thanks jamie i live in louisiana Answer: Wow Jamie...Type: Blog Post
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
Get a free Ebook
http://surveys.polldaddy.com/s/25FFED82A11550B5/ copy and paste link into browser if you cant click through fill out quick survey and get an whitetail hunting ebook emailed to youType: Blog Post
Get Fit for Stone Sheep
Last Year we had the opportunity to hunt stone sheep and let me tell you how unprepared we all were. We looked like a bunch of veteran smokers with severe asthma.Type: Blog Post
Shoot under Pressure Training
Shoot Under Pressure It may sound silly but hunting is a sport and you the hunter are athletes. It is very important to train you body to handle those activities that you will encounter in the fieldType: Blog Post