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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
Why Phoenix Shooting bags?
Ultra-Lightweight Shooting Bags Improve Long-Range Accuracy in the Field Phoenix Shooting Bags front and rear bags weigh just a few ounces, can be carried into the backcountry.     Created by hunters through trial and error in the field, Phoenix Shooting Bags are a one-of-a-kind lightweight and durable shooting bag designed to improve long-range rifle […]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
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
Spot and Stalk Hunting … for the not sneaky
Spot and Stalk Ambush Hunting … Spot and Stalk Hunting … for the not sneaky Many of us use spot and stalk strategies in our hunting especially in big open areas. This style of hunting requires the hunter to be : 1) proficient at glassing 2) able to pick a route and execute it 3) […]Type: Blog Post
 Top 50 Bed Bug Cities List
 Top 50 Bed Bug Cities List I do a lot of traveling and often stay at some less than desirable  motels for my hunting adventures and bed bugs are always in the back of my mind. So I try to keep an eye out for obvious signs of bed bugs when I am traveling and […]Type: Blog Post
Hunting And Fitness : Ramping it up before the Season Opener
Hunting And Fitness : Ramping it up before the Season Opener It occurred to me more than a few years ago that nothing I was doing in the gym really got me to where I needed to be come hunting season. Each year I would bust my butt to get “In Shape” for my hunts […]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
Wild turkey recipe
A lot of guys ask me each spring if I know any good wild turkey recipes and one of my favorites is Turkey and vegetable lasagna. Now I have done this a number of different ways and since I am trying to watch my girlish figure I am going to share with you my KETO […]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
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
AZ left -over tags for Deer
AZ main deer draw has close and now all those units that had unsubscribed tags will have a secondary draw following the posting of main draw results. There are still many excellent tags that will be available during this second draw period actually a large number of these tags were/are what would be considered a […]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
Javelina Hunt with Hank Shaw
Ever wanted to Have Hank Shaw as your camp chef? Well we have a special Javelina Hunt in Arizona just for you We have 10 slots for this Javelina hunt! Javelina hunt with Hank Shaw and John Stallone. Hunts are typically operated out of a trailer camp or bunk house, all meals are included, you […]Type: Blog Post
Wyoming Elk Draw breakdown: Elk Hunting Wyoming
This is a transcription of my podcast on Elk Hunting Wyoming and the Wyoming Elk Draw with Robert Hanneman you can listen to the whole podcast here John: (00:00)Hey guys, welcome to 2020 and welcome to the 11th season of interviews with the hunting masters. Um, I want to run something by you. I’ve been […]Type: Blog Post
Venison Tacos
Deer Tacos / Venison Tacos Sometimes I feel like a one trick pony I constantly find myself cooking tacos or burritos quit frankly its my favorite type a food next to pizza and a good pasta dish ( kinda hard to shake the Ginzo outa me). 1 lbs ground deer / venison 5 tbl spoons […]Type: Blog Post
Vane Testing / What’s the best vane for my arrow
Finding the best vane for you arrow set up can be an absolute chore there are so many types and styles and things to consider and what it comes down to is fletching up 3 of all the types and styles you want to test and shoot them, shoot them inside, outside, in wind, your self , shoot them with a shooting machineType: Blog Post
Mathews' Days In The Wild
DAYS IN THE WILD--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Join us each week, as we travel about the country hunting just about any legal game we can put a stalk on. One of the most important aspects of our show is that it delves into more of the “how to’s” of hunting, more of what everyday hunter needs. We wanted to have a show that helped hunters answer those questions we had when we first started going out in the field. I remember watching hunting shows when I was still green trying to get tips and figure out tactics to better myself, but always end up frustrated with some guy who walks three feet into the woods and kills a trophy buck and thanks god, his mom, and mother nature for allowing him to shoot an animal. Most people can t afford to go out with a guide or can’t spend half the year planting food plots or even do a whole lot of scouting. We decided we would like to show the real side of hunting, the misses, the blown opportunities, the work it takes to get there, and most of all share some of our tactics good or bad with our viewershttp://www.johnstallone.com/Type: Channel
Smith Outdoorz
http://smithoutdoorz.webs.com/We are #1 in the field for North American gameType: Channel
Double J Outdoors
Double J Outdoors TV is the 1st bi-lingual hunting show English & Spanish, where we are on the pursuit for big game year round. We bring you great hunts with educational tips for an exciting show you don't want to miss. http://www.doublejoutdoor.com/double_j_outdoors_002.htmType: Channel
Sportmen's Outdoor Strategies
Bob Walker, executive producer and co-host of the popular outdoortelevision show, Sportsmen's Outdoor Strategies or S.O.S., is pleased to announce the expanded distribution of his show. With more and more networks now airing this popularand informative show, viewers will have numerous opportunitiesto learn from the experts. Each show will provide viewers with insight into the special guest pro-staffers specific strategies for a hunt. Join Bob Walker, Paul Butski and a host of other nationally recognized pro staffers as they provide helpful advice as wellas specific techniques to make the time in the field bothmore enjoyable and successful. Now viewers have more opportunities for help in developingsuccessful strategies for their favorite outdoor activities. Walker's Game Ear presents 'Sportsmen's Outdoor Strategies' Founded in 1989 and headquartered in Media, Pennsylvania, Walker's Game Ear is the recognized leader for sound amplificationwith hearing protection. Bob Walker, founder of the company, continues to set new standards in hearing enhancement and safety products designed for outdoor enthusiasts, hunters and shooters to hear game better and protect their hearing at the same time. A line of sports glasses with interchangeable, polycarbonate lenses is also available from Walker's Game Ear. http://www.sostvonline.com/index.htmlType: Channel
All Outdoors
Born and raised in the Northern Appalachian mountain range in Northern Pennsylvania, Alan has been enjoying the outdoors since he was 7 years old. He started hunting and ran his own trapline at the age of 8 and has continued this passion to the present day. His experience has two parts, a deep family tradition that traces back to his Great-Grandfather who was a hunter, trapper and lure maker and his own outdoor experiences over the last 25 years.Alan was a Bio-Chemistry Fisheries Science major in college before embarking on a ten year professional baseball career (1992-2001) with the Houston Astros, Toronto Blue Jays, and NY Mets. He is the owner/operator of Alan Probst, Inc., www.alanprobst.com and www.northamericantrapper.com. He also writes professionally for the Pennsylvania Outdoor Times on a monthly basis as well as periodic features for other publications such as Fur-Fish-Game.Considered one of the best outdoorsman by his peers, he now looks to educate the public and maintain an outdoors approach that will give outdoorsman a voice to be heard. He truly has the passion and relentless love for nature and strives to show all people the beauty of the wild outdoors through his TV show and videos.Alan lives his life by a code and that is to "Never take from nature….just take what nature gives you!"http://www.alanprobst.com/Type: Channel
Woods N' Water
Peter Fiduccia, aka the Deer Doctor, is recognized as one of the nation's leading whitetail deer experts by sportsmen and women throughout North America. Here he shares the most comprehensive hunting tactics and information, as well as products, outfitters, articles, and much more. Woods N' Water TV began in 1984 as a local origination television show on Group W Cable out of Warwick, New York. Peter Fiduccia had a dream to host an outdoor tv show--and he turned his dream into his profession. The first few shows were shot locally (within New York State). Every Tuesday night, Group W Cable aired one half-hour episode followed by a LIVE half-hour segment in the production studio. In the live segment, Peter hosted local experts in game calling, hunting and trapping, local DEC officials, and he even had a call-in segment. This new format for outdoor programming and Peter's natural presentation helped the show quickly gain a wide audience.After a few years, the writing was on the wall, and Peter took Woods N' Water out on his own. With a production crew and producer, the program began on TEMPO network (which then became CNBC) and since then has aired on numerous regional cable network all across the country as well as MSG, NESN, TNN, TOC, CTN of NJ, CCN and now both Sportsman Channel and WILD TV in Canada. Along the way, Peter has garnered numerous awards for his production of Woods N' Water from OWAA, NYSOWA, CTN of NJ, SIVA and the Telly Award group.In addition to hosting and producing the television show, Peter has also been the producer for Fiduccia Video and Film. Under this role, Peter produced videos for the US Fish & Wildlife Service, Winchester firearms, Sports Afield, Nikon, Krause Publications, Horton Crossbows, Golden Eagle Archery, Outdoorsman's Edge Book Club, and Pete Rickard Co. He has produced pilot television programs for The Discovery Channel and Home & Garden TV. Outside of the outdoor industry, other clients have included Hackensack University Medical Center, Surehands, Direct Marketing Association, Stone World, QuestRoyal, Activision and ABC News.http://www.woodsnwater.tv/index.cfm?video=193Type: Channel
Where in the World is Colorado Buck?
Where in the World is Colorado Buck? - is the story of the hunt as told one of America’s top guides, Colorado Buck! You'll smell the gun powder, Dig with them through the snow covered pass in search of migrating elk or watch as they call in a barking red stag in the lush mountains of New Zealand. His travels take him to such places as Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Africa, Australia, New Caledonia, and New Zealand, just to name a few. He is featured as a worldwide big game hunter. His far-reaching travels find him in pursuit of exotic species most of us only dream about. http://www.heycoloradobuck.com/Type: Channel