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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
Shoot under Pressure Training
Shoot Under Pressure It may sound silly but hunting is a sport and you the hunter are athletes. It is very important to train you body to handle those activities that you will encounter in the fieldType: 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
How to survive Hypothermia
Chilled to the Bone! © 2004 Gary L. Benton While the weather was cool, the sun was shinning brightlyType: Article
Get Fit for Stone Sheep
Last Year we had the opportunity to hunt stone sheep and let me tell you how unprepared we all were. We looked like a bunch of veteran smokers with severe asthma.Type: Blog Post
Why Hunt Fit?
Even though I am Professional hunter by trade very few people know that in another life I was in the health and wellness industry, having a degree in Exercise Physiology and being a certified athletic trainer I worked in preventive medicine … Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
The OX….
If it’s closer to hunting season then I try to keep it a little lighter and perform 10 rounds with less rest between to keep my heart rate up. Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
Diet and training…… Alkaline Diet
Developing a diet that consists of foods that are alkalizing and still provide you with the high protein you need to build can be a challenge. Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
How to Become a Better Hunter
Becoming a better Hunter: Before you can become a better hunter you must understand the different pieces of the puzzle that make up a good hunter. There is a specific blue print that you must follow to truly construct yourself into a good hunter. Hunting Can be broken up into several little pieces lets call...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
Quickie exercise to improve your bow accuracy
Quickie exercise to improve your bow accuracy Exercises for archers: wobble push ups This exercise is ideal for archers but it will help rifle hunters as well I like to incorporate exercises that build proprioception or balance … I’ve been experimenting for years on how to to improve my bow accuracy while building overall physical fitness.. […]Type: Blog Post
How to Hunt Coues Deer
How to hunt Coues Whitetail A different animal but still a whitetail Taken from a chapter in the whitetail blueprint written back in 2008 the info is still really good.   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 […]Type: Blog Post
How to Break In a New Compound Bow
How to Break In a New Compound Bow   How to Break In a New Compound Bow – Many people will argue the different way how to break in a new compound bow but for me its a two step process. Breaking in a new bow is like building a relationship. Yeah there are some technical […]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
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
Murphy Master Hunter Flat Coated Retriever - Sit to Flush dog training
In this episode, Cliff travels to northern California and to the dog training ranch of Dobbs Training. Professional dog trainer, Jim Dobbs, and handler, Cindy, present an advanced training program for "sit to flush".This advanced technique allows for more control of the retriever, more distance between the flushed game bird and the dog for safer and additional shooting opportunities. With this technique the retriever will have a better focus on the bird and fall to facilitate the retrieve.Cindy is using her flat coated retriever, "Murphy". Murphy is an AKC Master Hunter Title Retriever and one of the very few Flat Coated Retrievers to accomplish that high level of training.***This episode is dedicated to Murphy. Am/International CH Flatford's Eddie Murphy CD MH WCX** CGC. August 2003 - August 2012Cindy and Murphy would take each other far, learning from each other along the way, and never forgetting that it was the joy in the journey that mattered the most. Murphy got off to a promising start by earning a National Specialty field JAM in USS-B at 9 months. The following year, at 19 months, he earned his WCX, a Derby 2nd, and WON the National Specialty Steady Singles Championship! He finished his AKC Senior Hunter title at 25 months and then his AKC Master Hunter title and CD at 3 years. At a later National Specialty, he won the Steady Singles Reserve JAM and first place in Field Trial Dogs. In retirement, he continued to enjoy an active life full of retrieving and swimming and owning the world and a special place in Cindy's heart.***Type: Channel TV Show
Prepare to Hunt
Preparing to Hunt When you consider how many little things can go wrong to spoil a hunt,Type: Article
CAN YOU SURVIVE
Can You Survive? © Gary L. Benton, 2003 In the mid 1960's, three of my young cousins left homeType: Article
New twist to Staying Scent Free
New twist to Staying Scent FreeType: Article
How to make a fire in the Wilderness
How to make a fire in the WildernessType: Article
Field tips to broadheads
Field tips to broadheadsType: Article
Better Then Topo Maps
Better Then Topo MapsType: Article
How to Find Bear
How to Find BearType: Article
october deer hunting
october deer huntingType: Article
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