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Backpack Hunting
Backpack Hunting By Cullen Zion THC Field-Staff   Summer is here, and to a backcountry hunter that means backpacking and scouting trips to get your body and gear ready for the season. My favorite place in the world is sitting on top of a ridge above timberline with the sun slowly rising watching deer and […]Type: Blog Post
The One That Got Away
The One That Got Away By John Stallone If you would like to Watch this episode check it out here     My friends and family that don’t live and hunt here in AZ never really understand the difficulty, physicality and skill that is required to be a consistently good Coues deer hunter so when I […]Type: Blog Post
A little inspirational passage I wrote
  “I think was resonates with me the most is that hunting is a journey of Self and that each stalk is an education into who you are. And the closer you get to understanding you.. the closer you get to achieving your goals… With each failed attempt comes a deeper success.” John Stallone    Type: Blog Post
2017 Hunting Podcast Directory
We decided to put together a comprehensive Bowhunting podcast – Hunting podcast directory  when I realized it was very difficult to see who they all were and even hard to find them, I figured I’d make it a bit easier for all of you to check them out. I’m sure there are others that we missed but tried […]Type: Blog Post
Do you like Traditional Archery? Check out My latest Podcast
8.7 John Stallone Talks Traditional Archery With Longbow Dan Liss   We talk about: 1. Gap shooting  vs shooting instinctively 2. Developing a system of shooting that works for you 3.What should a guy look for in a bow 4 Hunting with Traditional equipment   to find out more about Dan Liss   Download and Subscribe […]Type: Blog Post
Using Bikes and Electric bikes to hunt
Its no secret anymore that I have been using mountain bikes for years now to access no motorized vehicle areas to hunt. Statistics say the majority of people wont hunt more than 2 miles from their truck so for a guy looking to get away from the crowds looking into a non motorized vehicle or […]Type: Blog Post
Shed Hunting Tactics with The Antler Trader himself Josh Corbin
Check out this episode of Interviews With The Hunting Masters to get the secret sauce on how to be a successful shed hunter #shedhunting #IWTHM Interviews With The Hunting Masters: 8.12 John Stallone talks with Shed Hunting The Antler Trader himself Josh Corbin shed hunting tactics. Here is a condensed paraphrase of what to expect […]Type: Blog Post
How to leave a podcast review Interviews with the Hunting Masters
How to leave a podcast review Nothing helps boost our profile, like when our listeners leave us positive reviews on iTunes. The more reviews we get, the higher we get pushed in iTunes and the easier it is for people to find out podcast. And it only takes two minutes! Don’t know how? Here’s a […]Type: Blog Post
Wild Turkey Recipe
Wild Turkey recipe : Wanna new way to cook that dry old tom ? try this out!Type: Blog Post
Elk Roast with Lentils
You can also make this same recipe with beef (as depicted in the photos)I just don’t included the bacon the beef has enough fat on its own.Type: Blog Post
John Stallone talks with Zac Griffth on hunting industry issues
We also discuss Zac’s recent lifeline evac following a nasty sill he took while shed hunting. He touches on the importance of being prepared. Listen in on the episode HERE https://interviewswiththemasters.podbean.com/e/829-john-stallone-and-zac-griffth-live-on-facebook/ Type: Blog Post
Axius Core in home workout
Axius balance board in home exercise routine: Although I am a professional hunter few people know my first degree in college was Exercise Physiology I’m a firm believer in a fit hunter is a better hunter. I try to build my exercise routine to be sport specific and really try to condition myself to the […]Type: Blog Post
Trophy vs. Meat Hunting
There are few things that ruffle my feathers more than hunter on hunter hate. I keep seeing this subject Trophy hunting vs. meat hunting come up more and more, and really it’s a little troublesome to me, mainly because it has caused a bit of rift between brothers so to speakType: Blog Post
Binocular Rangfider review 2017
There have been a few binocular rangefinders out on the market for a few years starting with the Leicas that were the first to hit the scene. However, that corner of the market was pretty anemic for many years. This year some of the other players stepped up to the plate by introducing new platforms […]Type: Blog Post
Bowhunting Coyote.. How to Bow Hunt for predators
How to bowhunt for predators. Whether you’re a beginner or a season predator hunter it’s tough to get a coyote or any predator for that matter with a bow… They come in hot, they come in super alert, and they can jump a string faster than any deer I have every shot at…… So I […]Type: Blog Post
How predator hunting can improve your big game success this fall
Predator calling for deer and elk.. By John Stallone If you are like me you are always looking for ways to improve your hunting skill set. I found that there is no better off season practice then bow hunting predators. From learning new terrain to incorporating new tactics it’s a real–life training ground for your […]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
New Mexico Barbary Sheep Hunting Free Range
New Mexico Free Range Barbary Sheep Hunting: John Stallone I had waited 7 years to draw a free range Barbary sheep tag in New Mexico, so when I finally drew the tag I knew that I didn’t want to squander the opportunity. Plus This hunt takes place in February and my construction business gets extremely busy […]Type: Blog Post
Muzzle breaks and Premium triggers and why they Make the Difference with John Huber 8.36
Episode 8.36 John Stallone talks with John Huber of Huber concepts on trigger pull and muzzle breaks and the importance in precision shooting.. Why Muzzle brakes work:  The strategy of a muzzle brake is to redirect and control the burst of combustion gases that follows the departure of a projectile In this episode we talk about: […]Type: Blog Post
Jana Waller American Big game Huntress Episode 38 season 8
John Stallone talks with Jana Waller American Big game Huntress Episode 38 season 8   Jana Waller grew up in the town of Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin and has been a hunter and angler for three decades.  Earning a Public Relations degree from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, Jana has blended her passion for hunting and fishing […]Type: Blog Post
Jana Waller American Big game Huntress Episode 38 season 8
John Stallone talks with Jana Waller American Big game Huntress Episode 38 season 8   Jana Waller grew up in the town of Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin and has been a hunter and angler for three decades.  Earning a Public Relations degree from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, Jana has blended her passion for hunting and fishing […]Type: Blog Post
Corey Jacobsen “The Linguist” himself schooling us on Hunting the Elk Rut
Hunting the Elk Rut with “The Linguist” Corey Jacobsen   Corey Jacobsen, of Boise, Idaho, is a 4-Time World Champion Elk Caller. Corey serves as the Pro Staff Director for Sitka Gear and has been hunting elk in over-the-counter archery units on public land in Idaho for over 20 years. He has placed in the […]Type: Blog Post
Zach Harold The Archery Maniac !
The Archery Maniac Zach Harold Zach Harold and I talk about preseason preparation, podcasting, scheduling our hunting seasons, and out of state hunts Zach has been shooting a bow for over fifteen years. He first got involved with archery through the 4-H club when he was ten years old. His favorite time of year is hunting […]Type: Blog Post
Zach Herold The Archery Maniac !
The Archery Maniac Zach Herold Zach Herold and I talk about preseason preparation, podcasting, scheduling our hunting seasons, and out of state hunts Zach has been shooting a bow for over fifteen years. He first got involved with archery through the 4-H club when he was ten years old. His favorite time of year is hunting […]Type: Blog Post
How to walk back tune your bow
How Do You Walk Back Tune Your Bow? Before we get into how to walk back tune your bow let me tell you what you need. Large Target: Try to find the biggest one possible. a large washer with about 24″ of string Shooting distance of at least 40 yards preferably 60 Allen Wrenches Range […]Type: Blog Post