Page 3 of about 379 results (0.24 seconds)


Monster Bucks dont miss out!
See my buck from last year click here Type: Blog Post
Nocturnal Bucks
THE “SO-CALLED†NOCTURNAL BUCK By Peter Feduccia How many times have you heard the phrase, “He went nocturnal� If you have been hunting deer for any length of time, you have probably heard it at least several times. The term refers to a buck, that for a variety of reasons, never moves during daylight hours...Type: Blog Post
Top ten Favorite Places to Hunt
10) Hermesillo Mexico, Coues Deer 9) Bitter root ID, Black Bear 8) Sonora TX, Whitetail 7)Alberta CN, Moose 6)Cibola NM, Elk 5) Castle Valley, UT Mule Deer 4) Kaibab, AZ Mule Deer 3) Brown County, IL Whitetail 2)Flagstaff, Arizona Elk 1) Buffulo, South Dakota antelope/mule Deer ComboType: Blog Post
Nocturnal Bucks
THE “SO-CALLED†NOCTURNAL BUCK By Peter Feduccia How many times have you heard the phrase, “He went nocturnal� If you have been hunting deer for any length of time, you have probably heard it at least several times. The term refers to a buck, that for a variety of reasons, never moves during daylight hours...Type: Blog Post
I’m very excited
I’m very excited The Whitetail hunters Blueprint is almost ready it will be here after the 1st of the year. And yes V 2.0 of The Hunting Channel online will be ready to go by Jan 31st: packed with new features like online courses, Interviews with the Hunting Masters, more discounts, better quality videos and...Type: Blog Post
Spot and Stalk Mule Deer
I am going mule deer hunting in New Mexico on state land, I have never done a spot and stalk type hunt. I am from the Midwest and have only hunted whitetail from tree stands. What can I do to prepare for my hunt.Type: Blog Post
Hunting in the late season
Hunting in the late season should really begin with you scouting immediately after last years season is over. Type: Blog Post
Treestand Placement
A deer stand is where you choose to hunt, and can be any location where you wait for the animals.Type: Blog Post
Late Season Hunting by John Stallone
One good way to establish feeding and travel patterns is scouting in post season when you are …Type: Blog Post
The Whitetail Hunter’s Blueprint
This is a must have for anyone pro hunter or amateur, seasoned or green! LEARN How to locate, pattern and harvest big bucks anywhere in North AmericaType: Blog Post
Gotta Read This book
Wanna learn how to be a consistantly successful hunter you gotta read this book Whitetail Hunter’s Blueprint.Type: Blog Post
Scouting for whitetail
So i dug up this online lesson on scouting for whitetail that we did on The Hunting Channel back in Feb and I just thought I would share it with you. Its a look at some ways you can organize your scouting data and make better decisons when choosing a stand site. If you would...Type: Blog Post
Gearing Up For Whitetail in South Dakota
He is a very busy guy and yet he still has time to go scout for me on a hunt that is 3 months away. God bless him!Type: Blog Post
Choosing the Right set up- Reading Sign
Choosing the right set is just as important as scouting.Type: Blog Post
Big Buck Down! in South Dakota
If you watched our SD show last year your heard about the south Dakota curse. Well for those who didn’t see last years hunt i will explain. 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
How to Cape your Deer for Taxidermy
Along with some good info on how to cape out a buck, He shared with me the story of taking his 200″ giant whitetail and we take a look at his 2015 monster 380″ bull. Plus get another look at My uncle Joe’s Non typical 2016 AZ Coues buck which I guided him to and lastly he shares with me Anthony’s coyote story.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
How to hunt coues deer with Eddie Willey of SEAZO
John Stallone and Eddie Willey talk about how to hunt Coues deer and be affective year in year out. *Patterning Big bucks and harvesting them Setting up trail cameras for Coues deer learning Coues deer behavior Hunting Coues deer pre rut and rut Where to find big Coues deer buck Eddie is the owner of […]Type: Blog Post
Layering Camo and dressing for the Occasion
What camo should I wear today? Layering Camo and dressing for the Occasion: What camo should I wear, What’s the best camo clothing for this trip? We are often asking ourselves What camo should I wear ?, What’s the best camo clothing for this trip? What should I bring with me? Layering and dressing for the […]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
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
Monster Trophy Whitetail TV
Dr. Jimmy Steger was born and raised in Mobile, Alabama where he started quail hunting with his father Jim Steger Sr. at the age of 6. Down south, especially in Alabama, when hunting season comes around you do one of two things, either go hunting or watch Alabama Football on TV, if you’re not at the game. Watching his father raise and train English Setter Bird Dogs was all he knew about hunting until the age of 10.My dad started me out with a single shot 410 and would give me 12 shells. He said the limit is 12 birds son so make every shot count. I learned very quickly to be a good shot and not waste any. One day I was Quail Hunting with my dad and saw a nice buck come out on the edge of a soybean field. I told my dad, “That’s a good buck.” He said, "You’re right son."We kept on hunting and as time went by over the next few years we kept jumping these bucks while we were quail hunting. I thought, that is so awesome, I would like to get into deer hunting. Well my dad was a true quail hunter and always taught me from the very beginning that real men quail hunted and that was all he did. Every Saturday morning during the quail season we were in the woods hunting quail with our trusted English Setter Bird Dogs and believe me, I loved it, and still do. I will always raise and train my English Pointers which is what I started buying and raising on my own at the age of 12. I prefer the pointer breed only because down in the south, the cuckle burs are really bad and those are hard on the Setter’s feet and under their legs. Besides, after each hunt I had to help my dad clean, cut, and brush those cuckle burs out. That gets old real quick.At the age of 15, I got with some of my school buddies and started taking them quail hunting and they would take me deer and turkey hunting. They wanted to go quail hunting and I wanted to go whitetail hunting. I shot my first buck at 16 years of age; he was a nice 8 pointer running along side a cornfield at 150 yards away. I’ll never forget because my friend and I were walking down this field when he came out on the other side. I looked at my friend and bet him I could take him in one shot running. He said, "No way!" Well, remember that I felt pretty confident about shooting anything that moved fast. After all, quail hunting is not for slow people and that was what I was raised doing. So I shot the deer in the front shoulder and he went down on the spot. My friend looked at me and could not believe it. After that shot, it was over, I was hooked on whitetail hunting and from that point on, I have been hunting whitetail deer all over country seeking only the largest of its kind.That was the driving force behind me starting Monster Trophy Whitetails, a TV show which is truly dedicated to the hardcorewhitetail hunters in the country. I have paid my dues by spending countless hours in trees, wood bottoms laying in deer bedding areas, and crawling through swamp bottoms trying to find the biggest deer in the country. And guess what, I now have them on my walls. I have killed probably more 200" Whitetails deer than most people will ever see live on hoof.Well, that is just what this show is about, hunting Monster Trophy Whitetail deer. I want you to experience just what I have been experiencing for the past 30 years. We have have found some of the best pieces of property that have big bucks on them and this is where we will film our hunts for the upcoming 2012/13 season. We are constantly searching for the biggest bucks so we can bring you the best whitetail hunting found throughout the country on national TV. So sit back and get ready, Monster Trophy Whitetails Season 5 is coming at ya!Keep Hunting those Big Bucks!Dr. Jimmy StegerType: Channel
Whitetails and Youth Turkey
RO Co-Host, Gary Kintner hunts whitetails and the RO Crew guide a youth turkey hunter to success!Type: Channel TV Show
HB 4.8 - "Sacred Ground"
Mike is headed to Ohio to catch the beginning of the rut and then back to Iowa to hunt with Whitetail Properties Auctioneers Jason Smith and Chad Freeberg on an incredible listing that hadn’t been legally hunted in almost 30 years.Type: Channel TV Show