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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
Sitka Ascent Gaiters Review
My Review of Sitka Ascent Gaiters Just a quick review of the Sitka Ascent Gaiters I reviewed the Sitka Ascent Gaiters this summer and have been wearing them here for my first few hunts and I must say that Sitka hit a home run with these gaiters. I have owned many different pairs of gaiters […]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
Mapping Monster Bucks
Mapping Monster Bucks Choosing a Stand Site By John Stallone Host of Interviews With The Hunting Masters podcast Fig#5 With a trained eye sometimes you can see all the features on an aerial photo   Books have been written about the subject of where is the best place to ambush a big buck… I know […]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
Understanding 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.   Understanding deer body language can be one of the most important things a […]Type: Blog Post
Shooting rests & In Field Shooting bags
Shooting rests & In Field Shooting bags for hunting Best shooting bag for hunting More and more guys/gals are trying to stretch out their shooting capabilities and one of the key components to shooting long range is having a good solid rest or shooting platform.. Now having a bench to make 1000 yard shots at […]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
Best Coues Deer Podcasts
Best Coues Deer Podcasts I get asked all the time what’s your favorite or what’s the best Coues deer hunting podcasts If you have followed me for any length of time you know I love hunting the Coues deer. Something about em gets under your skin and you are drawn back to hunting the Coues deer. […]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
CWD – Chronic Wasting Disease How we should all be scared
This Map Spells Trouble for the Future of Deer Hunting Im Not one for posting other people’s content but when the message is important and I am not qualified to write on the subject I am more than happy to share. This article posted yesterday on the QDMA website of which I am a member […]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
Perform better in the field and on the range:
Perform better in the field and on the range: By John Stallone CSCS,BS Exercise Physiology,  MS Rangeland Management and Ecology It’s no big secret that the key to precision shooting, from a conditioning stand point is proprioception…. For those of you who are not familiar with the term… proprioception is the sense of the relative […]Type: Blog Post
Guided South Dakota Private Land Mule Deer / Whitetail hunt
I have been hunting in South Dakota for Antelope, mule deer, and whitetails since 2004 and it has become my favorite place to hunt. A game rich environment, Liberal Hunting seasons, and ease of getting tags make South Dakota a excellent place to spend your fall. I couple of years ago I decided to start […]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
Why we are losing the battle
You have heard me rant about how anti-hunters use our own content against us by taking a picture or video and directing the narrative of that content to push their agenda. Perfect example a hunter posts a picture of a fawn sleeping next his 3D target which was laying on the ground and tells us […]Type: Blog Post
Scent Control and Spot and Stalk: Is it worth it?
Scent Control and Spot and Stalk: Is it worth it? 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. The school of thought is you are hiking and sweating more and you are playing the […]Type: Blog Post
Hunting the October Lull
Each year I make it back east to hunt whitetail in October during my kids fall break this usually occurs the first two weeks of October. Many consider this time period approximately Oct. 7th-20th the “October lull,” a period when bucks become nocturnal and and very recluse. Some believe its them resting up getting ready […]Type: Blog Post
Guided South Dakota Mule Deer hunts
Every Year Days In The Wild Outfitters takes one or 2 clients to South Dakota to Hunt the rut in November during archery season. This is one of My favorite hunts of the year tons of action and tons of fun. Its head to head with the Archery deer here in AZ for me with […]Type: Blog Post
Day pack for spot and stalk:
Most hunters under estimate the importance of having the right pack to fit their hunt.Type: Article
How to Become a Better Shot
Becoming a better shot takes time and practice.Type: Article
Whitetail Hunting Tips
T.R.'s Tips: Deer Calling Determining what deer call to use is not a matter of which rut phaseType: Article
Buck Behavior During the Rut
Buck Behavior During the Rut By T.R. Michels For years whitetail hunters have believed that bucks,Type: Article
CAN YOU SURVIVE
Can You Survive? © Gary L. Benton, 2003 In the mid 1960's, three of my young cousins left homeType: Article