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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
Trail Camera Review
We had some questions after we posted the new trail camera review we were working on and the one question that really stood out to me was “which of the cameras in your 2011 review are still in use today ?”Type: 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 Deer Call to END all Calls……….
So when I found The Talk the Walk Deer Call I knew had stumbled on to something good… Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
Filming in the Field
We get a lot of questions about filming in the field and what equipment to use Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
Scent Control and Spot and Stalk:
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. Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
Nocturnal Bucks
How many times have you had tons of trail cam pics of bucks during daylight hours and then boom opening day… the pics cease or become night shots… Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
3 Exercises Guaranteed to Tighten Your Arrow Groups
Sometimes its the little things that matter the most… Like incorporating these 3 simple but effective exercises to improve dynamic stabilization and proprioception…. Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
Mule Deer Migration
•Distance is your friend. Observe from a distance that wont spook the deerType: Blog Post
Glassing Techniques for Western Game / How to Glass for Deer and Elk
The following style has worked well for my hunting partners and I over the years resulting in very few “skunked” outings. As each hunter becomes more comfortable behind the glass, they typically develop their own style that works for them. Type: Blog Post
Weekly Workout for the Moutain Hunter
After a long hard season from mid July all the way till mid February my body is shot… but I could never have done it without preparing myself for the abuse I took in the field… Although I tried to maintain some sort of workout regiment this season the crazy travel schedules and well just life got […]Type: Blog Post
Weekly Workout for the Mountain Hunter
After a long hard season from mid July all the way till mid February my body is shot… but I could never have done it without preparing myself for the abuse I took in the field… Although I tried to maintain some sort of workout regiment this season the crazy travel schedules and well just life got […]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
Are you ready for your hunt?
Are you ready for your hunt, I mean really ready?Type: Blog Post
New Mexico Florida Mt Ibex…the 2% club
Well we did it… after a 10 year journey  of hoping, dreaming and planning for this hunt…. we finally made it happen… I say we… yes I was the “trigger man” and yes I am the one who diligently put up $1600 each year to try and draw a tag, but it was a team […]Type: Blog Post
Attention Mule deer Hunters…………
Attention Mule deer Hunters…………This just came across my desk.. if you love hunting , mule deer and love to see them thrive.. read this letter..   Friends, One of the greatest threats facing sportsmen today is this radical idea in the American West to “transfer” millions of acres of federal public lands – owned by […]Type: Blog Post
Interviews With The Hunting Masters Podcast
Interviews With The Hunting Masters Podcast: For 6.5 years (2004-2011) I hosted a podcast Called Interviews with the Hunting Masters that was exclusive to The Hunting Channel Online members. I stopped producing shows several years ago because I was concentrating on my TV Show Days In the Wild. But after much debate and pestering from some of […]Type: Blog Post
Interviews With The Hunting Masters Podcast
Interviews With The Hunting Masters Podcast: For 6.5 years (2004-2011) I hosted a podcast Called Interviews with the Hunting Masters that was exclusive to The Hunting Channel Online members. I stop… Source: Interviews With The Hunting Masters PodcastType: Blog Post
Sitka Camouflage
If you have been following me for any great length of time you know that I have never really hung my hat so to speak on any one brand of camouflage and mainly because I never felt that any one company was really the optimum choice for the type of hunter I am. See I […]Type: Blog Post
2017 Hunting Podcast Directory
We decided to put together a comprehensive Bowhunting podcast – Hunting podcast directory  when I realized it was very difficult to see who they all were and even hard to find them, I figured I’d make it a bit easier for all of you to check them out. I’m sure there are others that we missed but tried […]Type: Blog Post
Best Cameras for Filming the Hunt
I get asked all the time which are the best cameras for me to buy if I want to film my hunts. Your first question to yourself should be “what is the end goal?” Do I plan on filming it for my own use, or to post on social media, do I want to step it […]Type: Blog Post
Do you like Traditional Archery? Check out My latest Podcast
8.7 John Stallone Talks Traditional Archery With Longbow Dan Liss   We talk about: 1. Gap shooting  vs shooting instinctively 2. Developing a system of shooting that works for you 3.What should a guy look for in a bow 4 Hunting with Traditional equipment   to find out more about Dan Liss   Download and Subscribe […]Type: Blog Post
Shed Hunting Tactics with The Antler Trader himself Josh Corbin
Check out this episode of Interviews With The Hunting Masters to get the secret sauce on how to be a successful shed hunter #shedhunting #IWTHM Interviews With The Hunting Masters: 8.12 John Stallone talks with Shed Hunting The Antler Trader himself Josh Corbin shed hunting tactics. Here is a condensed paraphrase of what to expect […]Type: Blog Post
Binocular Rangfider review 2017
There have been a few binocular rangefinders out on the market for a few years starting with the Leicas that were the first to hit the scene. However, that corner of the market was pretty anemic for many years. This year some of the other players stepped up to the plate by introducing new platforms […]Type: Blog Post