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Secret Water Hole
secret water hole, hunting honey holeType: 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
Gearing up for MT. Lion Hunting
Not many mt lion hunters give much thought in too preparing for a mt lion hunt, given the nature of the hunt most novice or first time hunters have the notion that the dogs run a lion up a tree you walk up and shoot it. Sounds simple enough! But what they they do not...Type: Blog Post
What are we Teaching the Next Generation?
I have wanted to write this article for some time now. My thoughts and feelings on the subject of what we are teaching our youth, the next generation of outdoorsmen, is no secret to those around me. It is a subject that comes up often in conversation. Type: Blog Post
THC t-shirt
Follow us on Facebook and get entered in a chance to win a THC T-ShirtType: Blog Post
Accuracy and Hunting: What Counts in the End?
Much can be said about accuracy and its relationship to hunting in the field versus hunting paper at the shooting range.Type: Blog Post
2013 Trail Camera Review
Ok folks its finally here the contestants are in the testing parameters are set. We will be testing the following cameras for the next few months and will be posting results and pics along the way and will nominate winner before Christmas so stay tuned in to get all the info. The contestants Sleath Cam: […]Type: Blog Post
Bushnell Legend Ultra HD 10×42
gotta say I’m pretty impressed they did not fog up Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
2013 Trail Camera Review Update
So we have completed some of the testing and already there are some “stars” shinning above the rest of the pack. All the cameras are out doing in field testing and we are pulling the cards every couple of weeks, … Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
Binocular Review 2013
Check out some of the pics I took through the binos with my Iphone…Not to shabby! Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
Trail Camera 2013 update
I wanted to post up a few videos for you guys to get and idea of the quality of video you get out of these cameras. Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
Advanced Goose Calling
The two most important aspects of goose calling are tempo (frequency) and volume (intensity). Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
What to do when you encounter a Mountain Lion
“Do not run from a mountain lion: Running may stimulate a mountain lion’s instinct to chase” Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
Weather is Arguably the Most Important Factor in Hunting
Maybe you too will have a story of when you killed that buck chasing a doe during a Nor-eastern or monsoon….. Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
The Oufitter
Do you know what a good hunter, a good guide and a good outfitter make? Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
Mathews Chill X and Chill SDX w/ Rock Mods
ROCK MODS™ come standard on the Chill® X and are also designed to fit AVS® Perimeter Weighted DYAD™ Cam Systems for the Chill®, Chill® R and Chill® SDX Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
We want to introduce You to a new TV show with a real message
A long time friend of mine Henry Morris has been a part of Farmers and Hunters Feeding The Hungry for many years, Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
Love Hunting?
Dustin Warncke serves as marketing director and co-host for Mac & Prowler’s Coyote Tales TV Show and has filmed and been featured in several TV shows Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
DEATON WINS WORLD CUP FINAL, MARKING THIRD CONSECUTIVE TITLE FOR MATHEWS PRO STAFF
“It was a surreal feeling up there,” Deaton told us. “I’ve never felt so nervous, yet so in control. I felt extremely confident in my bow [Mathews Conquest 4] and knew that as long as I focused on my form, and remained as relaxed as possible, that my arrows would find the middle,” he added.Type: Blog Post
Filming the Hunt…
You are not just a Videographer, but you must become a cinematographer, a story teller, guiding your viewersType: Blog Post
How the Barometer Effects Deer Movement
While I was working toward my master’s degree in rangeland management I began to notice a trend in some of my deer movement data, that there was a direct correlation to deer movement and barometric pressure…Type: Blog Post
How the Barometer Affects Deer Movement
While I was working toward my master’s degree in rangeland management I began to notice a trend in some of my deer movement data, that there was a direct correlation to deer movement and barometric pressure…Type: Blog Post
Optics review 2015
The staff at the Hunting Channel Online recently had the pleasure of testing some of the hottest and best glassing binoculars the industry has to offer.  This optics comparison is a bit different than those you may have seen in the past.  We hand-picked binoculars we believe in, use, and ultimately know that hunters will […]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
How to pack your Backpack for big game hunts
The Key to successfully packing your pack so that you are comfortable and maximizing your load hinges on 2 major factors Organization and Weight Distribution   I like to lay out all my gear weeks before my trip so that I can get an account of what I need and what I want to bring with […]Type: Blog Post