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Best Elk hunting Podcasts 2018
Best elk hunting podcasts to improve your success in 2018 Podcasts on elk hunting have grown in popularity over the past two years and I get asked all the time what I feel are the best elk hunting podcast around. Naturally I’m a bit biased and prefer my podcast over most but there is a lot of […]Type: Blog Post
South Dakota Spot and Stalk Whitetail
South Dakota Spot and Stalk Whitetail A story of Public land Hunting archery hunting I was talking with Marc Smith on my podcast yesterday and we were talking about not getting hung up on hunting a certain way or in a certain area which reminded me of a story of my South Dakota Whitetail from 2015 and I realized […]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
How to choose the right Hunting Podcast for you
How to choose the right Hunting Podcast for you: Submitted By Joseph R. Hunting Podcasts and podcasting in general have grown in popularity over the past two years its seems as if anyone with a computer can and has started a podcast. So how do you decipher what’s right for you? Well one would think […]Type: Blog Post
Once in A lifetime – AZ Archery Desert Bighorn Sheep hunt
My AZ Archery Desert Bighorn Sheep hunt “We each have a special something we can get only at a special time of our life. like a small flame. A careful, fortunate few cherish that flame, nurture it, hold it as a torch to light their way. But once that flame goes out, it’s gone forever.” […]Type: Blog Post
Spot and Stalk Archery Antelope Hunting
Spot and Stalk Archery Antelope Hunting How to be more effective at Spot and Stalk Archery Antelope Hunting This is a basic transcription from my podcast I did recently with Finding Backcountry  on Spot and Stalk Archery Antelope Hunting. These are some of the questions I was asked about Spot and Stalk Archery Antelope Hunting and the short […]Type: Blog Post
Elk Hunting Tips
Elk Hunting Tips: Here are a couple of my favorite elk hunting tips, I feel like most hunters are so wrapped up in trying to find elk or trying to call them in that they lose sight of preparing themselves to close the deal when they are presented with a shot. I have been a […]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
Elk Wellington Bites
Elk Wellington Bites: Looking for an innovative way to eat elk? I have just the recipe for you. This elk recipe works with beef as well just substitute the elk loins for filet mignon. So I’m always looking for new ways to enjoy game meat and for way to get my kids interested in game […]Type: Blog Post
D.R.T. Hunting TV
Hunting is an escape from reality; an escape from everyday life; an oasis. When you watch our films, we want to take you out of the real world and into the great outdoors. We want to pull you away from your idea of an outdoor television show and into a new world of unique cinematography blended with the reality of everything hunting consists of. Every time we push the record button, we do so with the intent of depicting our adventures exactly the way we see them; exactly the way it happens. If our work makes you happy, tugs at your emotions, makes you want to get outside, or pulls you away from everyday life and into the outdoors for just a few minutes, we have succeeded. This is what we love. This is who we are. This is D.R.T. Hunting TVType: Channel
Heartland Bowhunter
From the beginning Heartland Bowhunter was founded with one guiding principle … quality. No matter the service, product or production … quality was going to be the baseline for everything we embarked upon. The very first venture we took on was creating a tree arm that would give outdoor producers their best chance at capturing higher quality footage. The Sniper Pro Tree Arm was born! With the arm quickly becoming the industry standard for professional producers the next focus moved to producing a show of our own. 2007 saw HB take a turn for the serious. With the introduction of the new HB apparel line, Arrows Unleashed S.1 DVD and a new website, HB saw significant growth in its first year. HB then moved on from DVD production to becoming the industries most talked about new television show! The show has now gained staggering support from industry giants and has built a loyal and appreciated fan base! The 2010 seasonType: Channel
Trigger Effect
Dean Trumbley and Kent Michie come from families who for many generations have pursued hunting and fishing as a way of life. As a result both Dean and Kent have spent their entire lives working in the various fields in the outdoor sector. Dean pursued a career as a professional biologist and dabbled in big game guiding, whereas Kent did the opposite working as a professional guide and dabbled in biology. As life time friends Dean and Kent have hunted and fished all over North America and beyond pursing their passion. Leaving behind their biology and guiding, Dean and Kent embarked on a dream to create a hunting and fishing TV show that reflects their experience, passion and knowledge gained over their many years. They wear experience in their faces but the fire to hunt/fish hard and share their adventures with millions is young at heart. Whether it is their rifles, shotguns, bows, reels, black powder or crossbows their quarry will feel the EFFECT of when the boys pull that TRIGGER!Type: Channel
SENIOR MOMENTS OUTDOORS
a very senior, long time bowhunter who is TOTALLY consumed with bowhunting primarily whitetail deer. in 2006 i started filming my bowhunts with a cameraman and after a few of these bowhunts i started filming myself. very, very tough to do and i have messed up MANY times but i have also had some success. i hope you enjoy my videos. thanks!!Type: Channel
Haastyle Hunting TV
Here at Haastyle Hunting, it is not an obsession or passion for the outdoors, it is a way of life. Not only do we believe strongly in protecting our rights as people of the outdoors, but giving back to our community is a main focus as well. Whether it is through support for local clubs, businesses, or various charity events, we feel it is equally important.Type: 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
Compound Bow and Crossbow Shooting Techniques
An in-depth look at shooting and hunting with compound bows and crossbows for beginner and advanced shooters. Dustin Warncke, Mac & Prowler's Pro-Staff goes over some do's and don'ts to help you become a better bowhunter at any experience level.Type: Channel TV Show
Crossbow turkey
In this piece Mike Avery is hunting springtime turkeys in his home state of Michigan. He's using one of his favorite combinations...a Darton Serpent Crossbow (dartonarchery.com) out of an Ameristep ground blind (ameristep.com). Up to this point Avery had been perfect in the field hunting with his crossbow, but this hunt proves a crossbow is no guarantee of immediate success.Type: Channel TV Show
Wyoming Antelope and Muley Spot Stalk Bow Part 1
This week Paul, Frank and I are in Wyoming hunting Antelope and Mule deer Spot Stalk with the Bow with Wyoming Hunting Outfitters. Part 1Type: Channel TV Show
Dustin's Summer Hog Hunt at DB Hunting Ranch
Dustin Warncke makes a near impossible shot on a hog at DB Hunting ranch on this summer hog hunt with Barnett Crossbows, Grim Reaper Broadheads, and Lumenoks.www.grimreaperbroadheads.comwww.lumenok.comwww.thermacell.comwww.macandprowler.comwww.thehuntingchannelonline.com/169.htmlwww.dustinsprojects.comType: Channel TV Show
2012 Self Filmed Bow Hunt
During the 2012 bow season Joe takes one for the freezer, self filmed.Type: Channel TV Show
Bow Hunting
Travis smokes a good Doe for the freezer.Type: Channel TV Show
Turkey harvest, self filmed bowhunt
Travis takes a Turkey with his bow.Type: Channel TV Show
Bow Hunting, Travis takes a Big 10 point
Travis and I split up this morning NOVEMBER 9th hoping to increase our odds at one of us taking a Buck on video. Here's what happen with Travis.Type: Channel TV Show
Bow Hunting, Max's late season bow hunt.
With eleven days of the 2013 / 14 Missouri archery season left Max sets out to fill a tag he had left. With a brand new Elite Energy 32 in hand,and Ethan running the new Cannon Vixia HFType: Channel TV Show
Shed Hunting #2 2014
The shed hunting has been slow, lots of walking with little results. Today was my lucky day, check it out!Type: Channel TV Show