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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
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
Archery Javelina & Deer Combo Hunt Special Arizona
Javelina Hunting Special in Arizona We have four Javelina hunting spots left and we want to fill them! Hunting with Days in The Wild Outfitters during the archery deer Rut here in AZ is some of the most fun exciting and action packed hunts you can do out west, add in javelina hunting and its […]Type: Blog Post
Mule Deer Hunting on the Wasatch Front with Kip Fowler
As a lifelong bowhunter, Kip Fowler has some tips to take your bowhunting to the next level. In addition to telling some great hunting stories, Kip focuses on some of the smaller details today that can add up and make your bowhunting experience more successful and enjoyable.Type: Blog Post
Glassing techniques for a successful hunt
One of the most common mistakes people make when pertaining to glassing is not having a system. JustType: Article
Muzzle Loader Coyote
The sight of a distant coyote provided a surprise break in the routine of the morning muzzleloaderType: Article
Deer Communication
Deer Vocalization By T R Michels www.TRMichels.com Deer species, including white-tailed deerType: Article
Whitetail Hunting Tips
T.R.'s Tips: Deer Calling Determining what deer call to use is not a matter of which rut phaseType: Article
DUCK BEHAVIOR
Duck Biology & Behavior By T.R. Michels When I first saw the small flock of ducksType: Article
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
CAN YOU SURVIVE
Can You Survive? © Gary L. Benton, 2003 In the mid 1960's, three of my young cousins left homeType: Article
Scouting for Spring Turkey
Spring Turkey Scouting / Scouting For The Turkey Opener By T.R. Michels, Trinity Mountain OutdoorsType: Article
Game Recovery:
Game Recovery: Every Bow Hunter, will be faced with the realization that he/she may wound an animalType: Article
Spring Bear Field Judging
Black bear is one of the most difficult animals to Field-judge. How can you tell a big bear...Type: 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
Wind, Lose Or draw
Wind lose or draw By Michael Lee -- As I sat fletching arrows for the coming deer season one August.Type: Article
Elk Scouting
Elk ScoutingType: Article
Post Season Scouting
Post Season ScoutingType: Article
Tracking Deer
Tracking DeerType: Article
Forgotten Deer Stand
Forgotten Deer StandType: Article
Hunting on a Budget: Combining Durablity and Price
I started hunting later in life than many. I grew up around a hunting family and have fond memoriesType: Article
Get fit for: Backwoods hunting in the high country
Fitness is an often over-looked section of hunting. While the un-initiated may see hunting as a casual walk in the woods any experienced hunter knows otherwise. Type: Blog Post