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Get paid to be in the hunting industryCompensation will based on following and conversion rate. a profit share from 25-75%Type: Blog Post
Balance is key to better hunting…
Balance is Key BALANCE IS KEY TO MANUVERING THROUGH TOUGH TERRAIN Balancing Exercises Balancing exercises also help to strengthen the core muscles (back. abs, and buttocks) which are used for balancing. Doing a variety of exercises will ensure you target different muscle groups. Opposite Arm and Leg Extension: balancing / stabilization exercise: Strengthens muscles running...Type: Blog Post
2010 THC AWARDS
2010 THC AWARDSSorry for the Delay but the results are in for this years best of the best…Type: Blog Post
Got drawn for elk!
Whooo hooo! got drawn for bull elk in AZ, very excieted it has been awhile since i got drawn. I went up to the mountains yesterday to do some really preseason scouting. well you see i got drawn for the late hunt which is in NOV. so i wanted to see what the elk were...Type: Blog Post
We WANT to make you an extra $13,000 per year!
We WANT to make you an extra $13,000 per year!Type: Blog Post
South Dakota Whitetail
So you have all heard me praise High Prairie Lodge and Outfitters and their amazing operation, whitetail deer and hopitality. Well here is our hunt from the 2010 season we will be going back for sure this year in late NOV. to hunt the tail end of the rutType: Blog Post
Trail Cam Showdown Update
Well we had planned on getting out this weekend and checking all 12 cameras, but i managed to get the stomach flu, and have been puking my gutts up for the last 48hrs. So We will have to go pull the cards next week. Before I reveal what the parameters of our test, I want...Type: Blog Post
Broadhead Showdown
We used 4 different compound bows and one long bow to test 3 mechanical and 3 fixed blade broadheads see what we came up with:Type: Blog Post
Ground blind test and review
So we decided to run a test of who makes the best ground blinds in the industry.Type: Blog Post
Off season hunting tips
My number one training tool is” practicing for the Game” .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
Awesome Elk Hunts for $1400
THC premiere outfitter Bill Deshaw of Wyoming Hunting Outfitters is running a exclusive deal for all you THC fans! I have personally hunted with him super awesome guy and he knows his SH#%! If you want a great hunt for the best price in the country give him a call tell john sent ya! You...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
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
Kuiu New Yarn
KUIU has developed a new Merino Wool base layer collection featuring Nuyarn technology. This technology has allowed the ULTRA Merino base layer line to be itch free, faster drying, loftier, stretchier, warmer, stronger, and lighter than any comparable Merino product in the industry. Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
Kuiu Nuyarn
KUIU has developed a new Merino Wool base layer collection featuring Nuyarn technology. This technology has allowed the ULTRA Merino base layer line to be itch free, faster drying, loftier, stretchier, warmer, stronger, and lighter than any comparable Merino product in the industry. Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
Strong Core for Archery
Core exercises are most effective when they engage many muscles throughout the torso that cross several joints and work together to coordinate stability. Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
Are you ready for your hunt?
Are you ready for your hunt, I mean really ready?Type: Blog Post
Planning Your Hunt Out West
Planning Your Hunt Out West By John Bingham THC Field-Staff “I’m not looking for any honey-holes, but…” If you’ve been around social media or the hunting forums for any amount of time, you’ve seen that guy or perhaps been one of them who posted in any number of forums “I’m new to the area and […]Type: Blog Post
The One That Got Away
The One That Got Away By John Stallone If you would like to Watch this episode check it out here     My friends and family that don’t live and hunt here in AZ never really understand the difficulty, physicality and skill that is required to be a consistently good Coues deer hunter so when I […]Type: Blog Post
Big Wyoming Muley
Well when we found this buck I knew Wade had it bad for him so I lent him my bow and he made a move on him…Watch the full story here Type: Blog Post
Mule Deer Conservation
8.31 John Stallone talks with Southwest Regional Director of MDF Terry Herndon on Mule Deer Terry Herndon Regional Director Cell: 623-696-5579 therndon@muledeer.org Over twenty years ago, the concept of giving something back to mule deer was a dream of Emmett Burroughs (pictured right). As Emmett traveled around the country, hunting and filming mule deer, he […]Type: Blog Post
Zach Harold The Archery Maniac !
The Archery Maniac Zach Harold Zach Harold and I talk about preseason preparation, podcasting, scheduling our hunting seasons, and out of state hunts Zach has been shooting a bow for over fifteen years. He first got involved with archery through the 4-H club when he was ten years old. His favorite time of year is hunting […]Type: Blog Post
Zach Herold The Archery Maniac !
The Archery Maniac Zach Herold Zach Herold and I talk about preseason preparation, podcasting, scheduling our hunting seasons, and out of state hunts Zach has been shooting a bow for over fifteen years. He first got involved with archery through the 4-H club when he was ten years old. His favorite time of year is hunting […]Type: Blog Post