Page 9 of about 812 results (0.28 seconds)


How to walk back tune your bow
How Do You Walk Back Tune Your Bow? Before we get into how to walk back tune your bow let me tell you what you need. Large Target: Try to find the biggest one possible. a large washer with about 24″ of string Shooting distance of at least 40 yards preferably 60 Allen Wrenches Range […]Type: Blog Post
Zach Kenner Hardworking Hunter on High Country Mule Deer
High Country Mule Deer Anyone who has hunted mule deer knows how hard it can be to go out and harvest a mature buck. Bucks that live past four or five years old, live that long for a reason. Whether they learn their habits of avoiding danger from the older bucks they grow up with, […]Type: Blog Post
Hunting to me….. by John Stallone
Hunting to me… By John Stallone Hunting to me has always been about the connection with to the earth and roll I feel I Play in the world.. I often get criticized, berated and even cursed for my love of hunting ….Those that do don’t see, wont hear and can’t feel what it is to […]Type: Blog Post
Choosing the right Arrow set up
Choosing the right Arrow set up isn’t as easy as looking at a chart and seeing what spine is appropriate for your draw weight.   Start by asking yourself…What Are Your Shooting Needs? Are you a target  shooter? Are you a bowhunter? Or are you both? Choosing the right arrow set up should begin with figuring out […]Type: Blog Post
Elk Recipes.. Elk Slider bites
Elk Recipes…If you are looking for a new way to cook your elk burger here is a fun little Elk recipe  that your kids will love and easy to make.   Elk Recipes… Elk burger slider bites 1 pound ground elk 1/8 cup parmesan cheese 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon black pepper ½ teaspoon chipotle […]Type: Blog Post
Stairwell workout
Stairwell workout Many of us don’t have access to the mountains or at least don’t have them in our back yard. Or for some of us including myself that do have Mountain hikes very close by we just don’t have the time or don’t want to be bothered with other people or snakes or whatever […]Type: Blog Post
Elk Call Review 2017
Elk Call Review 2017 I have been doing a review on Elk calls this season mainly because I drew two Elk tags and I wanted to make sure I found the best elk calls that worked for me. Little disclaimer this is a highly biased elk call review and not all elk calls work the same […]Type: Blog Post
Utah Elk Hunting the 12 year Bull…
Utah Elk Hunting the 12 year Bull.. 12 years ago I began applying for a limited entry bull tag in Utah never really feeling that I would draw, so when I received notice that I drew this tag it felt surreal.  The last few years I had been applying for the Beaver and La Sal units […]Type: Blog Post
Be A Guest On Podcast -Hunting stories
Want to be on Interviews With The Hunting Masters Podcast? #IWTHM is choosing one Listener each month to be a guest on our Campfire session simply fill out the form below to get entered in. Each guest will receive a #IWTHM Custom “T” Requirements for eligibility : *Must be a subscriber to the podcast *Must […]Type: Blog Post
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
How to Hunt Coues Deer
How to hunt Coues Whitetail A different animal but still a whitetail Taken from a chapter in the whitetail blueprint written back in 2008 the info is still really good.   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 […]Type: Blog Post
Extend your hunting Season – Late Season Archery Opportunities
Extend your Hunting Season -Late season Hunts in the US Late Season Archery Hunting Opportunities If you are like me you are always looking for ways to extend your hunting season. Many people start hunting in late August early September and are done by end of November, but there is a lot of good late […]Type: Blog Post
Phone Scope Adapter Review 2017-2018
Phone Scope Adapter Review 2017-2018 What is the best phone scope adapter? I recently started a quest to find the best phone scope adapter, I have been purchasing every phone scope adapter for filming through my binoculars on my hunts I could find. I had always been a big fan of the Outdoorsman’s phone scope adapter but ever […]Type: Blog Post
Hunting Coues Deer in AZ some do’s and don’ts
Coues Deer Hunting In Arizona little tricks to improve your success in coues deer hunting Its no secret that I love hunting Coues deer the terrain they live in, their recluse nature, small stature, and uncanny ability to avoid danger make them some of the most formidable animals to hunt in North America. Arizona offers some excellent […]Type: Blog Post
Training Your Shed Dog – Shed Hunting
Training Your Shed Dog – Shed hunting   Shed hunting for me has never been about the money or for the trophy but ive always used it as a scouting tool for my guiding business. It has led me to some awesome hunting experiences over the years. So when I saw that more and more […]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
Elk Hunting Check list and Elk Hunting in AZ What to expect
Elk Hunting Check list and Elk Hunting in AZ What to expect What to expect when you come to hunt elk in Arizona with Days in The Wild: Hunting Elk In Arizona is quite possibly the most sought after elk hunting experience in the country, with a well-managed herd, milder terrain, milder weather than most elk […]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
New World Record Non-Typical Coues’ Deer in Arizona
New World Record Non-Typical Coues’ Deer The cat is out of the bag that Arizona keeps producing more and more World Record Coues’ Deerthan any other place you can hunt them. Yes Mexico has a lot of big bucks and more “untouched” country to hunt them but if you want to shoot a world record […]Type: Blog Post
How to fit your backpack to your body – Proper backpack adjustment
How To Fit A Backpack I suffered for many seasons using a backpack that was not suited for me, and of course I didn’t realize until I had a proper fitting backpack what I was missing . FIT IS EVERYTHING, and not every pack fits every person. The proper pack makes a 40 lb. load […]Type: Blog Post
North American Conservation Model
Ive been getting asked often enough that what is The North American Wildlife Conservation Model? So I thought I’d Share this: The model for North American Conservation is the only one of its kind in the world.  In the mid-1800’s hunters and anglers realized they needed to set limits in order to protect rapidly disappearing […]Type: Blog Post
Getting Ready for the 2019 Coues Deer Rifle Season Gear Review.
Getting Ready for the 2019 Coues Deer Rifle Season. In this article we will discuss the gear I take with me on my Coues deer hunt, the caliber and rifle I hunt with and lastly a couple of tips to acquiring your target once you find a Coues buck in your binoculars. I have been […]Type: Blog Post
Mac & Prowler - Predator & Big Game Hunting and Bowfishing
We bring "real life" hunting action to our viewers as well as teach how and why we hunt the way we do to help our viewers become better hunters. From our various hunting adventures, tech tips, product showcases, or other videos, we bring it to you as it happens. While our main focus is predator hunting with our TV Show, Coyote Tales, we feature many other hunts for Deer, Wild Hogs, and more! Thanks for stopping by and please come back often as we have more videos, articles, and product features than just about any other hunting show out there!Type: Channel
The Bear Whisperer
Blaine Anthony began his outdoor television career seven years ago on The Sportsman Channel. Before diving into the world of outdoor television entertainment, Blaine made his living in the outdoors as a Registered Maine Guide. Blaine provided all-inclusive bear hunts to hunters from around the world for seven years. In that time, he acquired intimate knowledge on the elusive black bear and the world of hunting by traveling the world to ensure hands on experience with all types of bears from many regions. Many of Blaine’s customers touted his uncanny connection with the bears and his endless entertaining stories of bear encounters. At the advice of many customers, friends, and industry professionals, Blaine took his adventures to outdoor television. As host of The Bear Whisperer television show, Blaine travels throughout North America in search of the most dangerous and misunderstood big game animals. The Bear Whisperer aims to not only entertain viewers with upbeat and exciting hunts with Blaine’s quirky appearance and upbeat attitude, but also educate them on all that pertains to conserving and protecting the future of the bears. Blending excitement with education, and working with the most knowledgeable and credible experts in North America, sets The Bear Whisperer apart from any other hunting show on television.You may recognize Blaine as the host of North American Safari, airing on The Sportsman Channel in its seventeenth season. Throughout the years, viewers have enjoyed his quirky “rock star” image, exciting adventures, modern style, and visually pleasing approach to hunting television. Blaine also owns and runs Nature Productions, a full production company that currently puts out some of the industry’s top outdoor television shows.The son of a military man, Blaine moved around the world throughout his childhood. As a young man, he settled in the Washington, D.C. area and started his career. The never-ending draw to the outdoors eventually brought him to central Maine, where he and his family still make their home today.The nickname “Bear Whisperer” was coined to Blaine back in the year 1999. He always had a connection and understanding with bears without ever loosing the respect of the awesome predator. Considered to be one of the only “true” bear conservationist employing real conservation methods such as tagging, tracking and maybe the most important conservation efforts of all hunting, Blaine brings a real life, no holds barred show to millions every weekType: Channel
Stick & String TV
STICK & STRING TV ------------------------------------------->>>--------------------> Join host, Luke Fabian as he treks across North America in pursuit of all sorts of big game with his bow. The main focus of this show is to bring its fans the best quality footage and top notch information of the outdoors. Not only are we trying to pursue big game with a bow which is a hard enough task in itself, but we are also trying to lay down top quality footage at the same time. We want to bring you a story of the hunt. We want you to feel like you're riding shotgun right here with us on every adventure. Our show and articles are not only for you, but for us as well. So we can both learn, but hopefully also be entertained at the same time. It's never been about being some big name in hunting. We do it because it's what we love to do. It's our passion. We love to relive that adrenaline rush we get from bowhunting, and then share that feeling with others. Filming and writing gives us that opportunity. Any way we can help our fellow hunters we are going to try and incorporate that into our show. So we hope y'all enjoy!Type: Channel