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Groundblind Review- after 45 days of testing we finaly have our results in!
So we had these blinds set up from early December straight through Jan and pulled them out 2 days ago.Type: Blog Post
Packing for Pork Chops: Hog Hunting Basics
One statement we often use at Mac & Prowler is to “use what you have”. This line of thinking can certainly be used in the realm of hog huntingType: Blog Post
ITS FINALY HERE! The Hunting Channel 4.0 get 50% off your memebrship today
ITS FINALY HERE! The Hunting Channel 4.0 get 50% off your membership today: use Promo code “facebook”Type: Blog Post
Accuracy and Hunting: What Counts in the End?
Much can be said about accuracy and its relationship to hunting in the field versus hunting paper at the shooting range.Type: Blog Post
Coues Deer Hunting
If you have ever tried your luck at hunting the grey ghosts of the southwest, you know how tough it is to locate let alone harvest one of these elusive creatures. Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
Advanced Goose Calling
The two most important aspects of goose calling are tempo (frequency) and volume (intensity). Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
Melissa Bachman Lion Controversy
I have had this debate with many people before who just don’t understand or do not wish to understand, bottom line is there would be no wildlife to enjoy if it wasn’t for the hunting community…… Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
April Deer Management
The deer should be on their spring home ranges, looking for new green growth to gain back the fat they lost during the winter. Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
Mathews Chill X and Chill SDX w/ Rock Mods
ROCK MODS™ come standard on the Chill® X and are also designed to fit AVS® Perimeter Weighted DYAD™ Cam Systems for the Chill®, Chill® R and Chill® SDX Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
Glassing Techniques for Western Game / How to Glass for Deer and Elk
The following style has worked well for my hunting partners and I over the years resulting in very few “skunked” outings. As each hunter becomes more comfortable behind the glass, they typically develop their own style that works for them. Type: Blog Post
Weekly Workout for the Moutain Hunter
After a long hard season from mid July all the way till mid February my body is shot… but I could never have done it without preparing myself for the abuse I took in the field… Although I tried to maintain some sort of workout regiment this season the crazy travel schedules and well just life got […]Type: Blog Post
Weekly Workout for the Mountain Hunter
After a long hard season from mid July all the way till mid February my body is shot… but I could never have done it without preparing myself for the abuse I took in the field… Although I tried to maintain some sort of workout regiment this season the crazy travel schedules and well just life got […]Type: Blog Post
The Lucky Miss Buck..
The Lucky Miss… buck <p> Each Year I travel to NY to hunt where I grew up… And it has always been like my time off hunting spot, no cameraman, no minimums, nobody scrutinizing how/what/where I hunt just me my bow trying to outwit a weary buck… Most people don’t realize that once you made […]Type: Blog Post
How to hunt trophy bull Elk With Ryan Carter DC Outfitters
 PODCAST 8.33 Trophy Elk Hunting tactics With Ryan Carter of DC Outfitters Ryan is a trophy bull hunter and runs a successful guide service known for taking giant public land bulls call DC Outfitters. Ryan is a father of 3 daughters and when he’s not hunting he’s picking up giant sheds. We talk about what […]Type: Blog Post
Remi Warren How to Hunt Elk in any season
#IWTHM Podcast episode 8.35 John Stallone and Remi Warren talk Elk hunting how to locate and harvest bulls in any season. Before we talk about how to hunt elk let get a bit of background on Remi Warren A bit about Remi Warren: I have been hunting my entire life and am passionate about sharing my knowledge […]Type: Blog Post
Hunting Sock Review Hiking Sock Review 2017
2017 Hunting Sock Review/ Hiking Sock review   So I have been doing a review of socks over the last few years I’m constantly buying new ones to see what works better, feels, better and stays in place! I have really bad feet problems I have been plagued with Plantar Fasciitis for more than half […]Type: Blog Post
Extend your hunting Season – Late Season Archery Opportunities
Extend your Hunting Season -Late season Hunts in the US Late Season Archery Hunting Opportunities If you are like me you are always looking for ways to extend your hunting season. Many people start hunting in late August early September and are done by end of November, but there is a lot of good late […]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
Training Your Shed Dog – Shed Hunting
Training Your Shed Dog – Shed hunting   Shed hunting for me has never been about the money or for the trophy but ive always used it as a scouting tool for my guiding business. It has led me to some awesome hunting experiences over the years. So when I saw that more and more […]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
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
2018 Binocular review – Whats the best 15’s on the market
2018 Binocular review – What’s the best 15’s on the market Battle of the 15 x56’s : We get asked quit often “which pair of binos is right for me?” Or ” I want to buy some 15’s which binocular do you suggest?” So we decided to do a review this year on which is […]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
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
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