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Calling Deer
DEER CALLING SUGGESTIONS As many of you know my most successful tactic over the last 45 yearsType: Article
Advanced goose calling
most important aspects of goose calling are tempo (frequency) and volume (intensity).Type: Article
call like a duckCall Like a duck
As a guide, researcher, speaker and writer, I have always been interested in learning aboutType: Article
Scouting for Spring Turkey
Spring Turkey Scouting / Scouting For The Turkey Opener By T.R. Michels, Trinity Mountain OutdoorsType: Article
Turkey Behavior
Understanding Turkeys/Turkey Behavior 101 / Seasonal Turkey Behavior By T.R. Michels, TrinityType: Article
Game Recovery:
Game Recovery: Every Bow Hunter, will be faced with the realization that he/she may wound an animalType: Article
The Elk Rut & Peak Bugling Activity
The Elk Rut & Peak Bugling ActivityType: Article
Planning A Bear Hunt
Planning a Bear Hunt As spring is in the air many hunters are thinking about planning a bear hunt...Type: Article
Preparing for the Hunt
Preparing for the Hunt - Scouting By T.R. Michels, Trinity Mountain Outdoors As a professional...Type: Article
Buck Down in Pike County
John Stallone knocks down a nice buck with carter outdoors in pike countyType: Article
Positive Thinking in the Outdoors:
It is remarkable to me that many hunters I encounter never consider the power of positive thinkingType: Article
Field Accuracy
Some ways to become more accurate while shooting your bow in hunting situationsType: Article
Buck Behavior During the Rut
For years whitetail hunters have believed that bucks, particularly older dominant bucks, are warier and react differently than other deer during the fall hunting season. Hunters often complain that they do not see as many bucks during the hunting season as they did during pre-season scouting, and that the trophy bucks they saw during scouting sessions seem to disappear during the hunting season.Type: Article
Early Season Waterfowl
Early season is great time of year for waterfowl. The birds are plentiful and very eager to be togetherType: Article
Efficiency in Exercise
There have been lots of articles and discussions on hunting forums regarding the fitness aspect of huntingType: Blog Post
Body Shock Principle
The Body Shock Principle Fitness for hunters can be an all-encompassing subject. I mean we need endurance, strength, stamina, and flexibility.Type: Blog Post
Did You Know
Did you know there was a tripple “A” for hunters?Type: Blog Post
scouting Part 3
Scouting for whitetail part 3 of 3. Type: Blog Post
Question from ask the pros
Q. Bedding or feeding areas? which is the better place to hunt?Type: Blog Post
Tips From the Pros
Glassing techniques for a successful hunt One of the most common mistakes people make when pertaining to glassing is not having a system. Just having system, alone will improve the number of game you will see. One way I like to pick apart a mountain side is by first doing a quick scan going left...Type: Blog Post
Day Packs for spot and stalk
Day pack for spot and stalk: Most hunters under estimate the importance of having the right pack to fit their hunt. No one pack fits every hunts’ needs. So if you are like me and can’t afford to buy 5 different day packs and 5 different weekend packs it’s important to find that one pack...Type: Blog Post
October Deer Management
October Deer Management The Transition Phase and Pre Primary Breeding/Scraping Phase From early to mid October the buck groups should be breaking up. Rubs and scrapes may diminish in some areas as the bucks disperse and move to fall home ranges and establish dominance and breeding ranges. By mid October the deer usually shift from...Type: Blog Post
understanding wind
Im sure I will create some controversy here, I typically don’t pay much attention to the wind because I always try and pick spots that allow me to hunt in multiple directions.Type: Blog Post
Monster Bucks dont miss out!
See my buck from last year click here Type: Blog Post
The OX….
If it’s closer to hunting season then I try to keep it a little lighter and perform 10 rounds with less rest between to keep my heart rate up. Continue reading →Type: Blog Post