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Muzzle Loader Coyote
Muzzle Loader Coyote The sight of a distant coyote provided a surprise break in the routine of the morning muzzleloader pronghorn hunt. While watching the distant dog prowl for rodents, it suddenly dawned on me that instead of sitting back and watching, I should be taking advantage of the opportunity. Digging into my daypack, I...Type: Blog Post
Ground Blind Hunting
Ground blind Cover Up Hi welcome to The Hunting Channel online’s Tip Of the week! How many of you have been busted while hunting out of a ground blind? Well I have! Im gonna share with you some tips to help minimize the chance of this happening to you. One thing you must remember that...Type: Blog Post
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Free Guide to Staying Scent Free
Fill out out survey and get a free copy of The Ultimate Guide for Staying Scent Free. and a chance at a free lifetime membership for http://www.thehuntingchannelonline.com CLICK HEREType: Blog Post
Ask the pros
Q Jeff:What are you guys all about A. We are a entertainment site, a hunting resource center, educators, a hunting club, and a discount club. You can watch TV shows 24/7, plan a hunt, learn about new tactics, ask questions to professional hunters, save money on guided hunts and buying gear, all from the same...Type: Blog Post
Calling Monster bucks
Check out our video tip on calling monster bucks Be sure to join http://thehuntingchannelonline.com to learn more, to see more, to get more everyday!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
Scouting
Scouting Scouting is key in being successful anywhere you hunt. Every great hunter logs in a lot of hours surveying their hunting areas. Even if you don’t have the opportunity to get out and physically scout you area with today’s technology and resources like http://www.thehuntingchannelonline.com you can prepare yourself with a game plan to help...Type: Blog Post
You Know You Are Addicted to Hunting When…
Ok everyone, I got to thinking, and I came up with the top 15 ways you know you are addicted to hunting. Surely, all of you out there can add to the list, and I’m interested in what you have to add. So, place your comments below and lets see if we can get this...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
Win a Free Sonoran Mule Deer Hunt
Yes we have done it again join http://www.thehuntingchannelonline.com using Promo code: BLOG and get entered a chance to win a $10,000 Mexico Mule Deer HuntType: Blog Post
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Scouting for deer
I start my scouting each year by checking the internet for new places to hunt. I do this by using the map feature on the hunting channel online. I pull up 3D images of the areas i have researched through fish and game reports and pope and young entries. I look for the structures and...Type: Blog Post
Checkout Spirit of The Outdoors
Check Out SOTO and my interview with them (interview with John Stallone) http://www.shellshockedoutdoors.com/sprit.htmlType: Blog Post
How do I get my own Hunting Show
How do I get my own hunting show? well there are a few differnt ways to break into the industry but some sure fired ways are…..Type: Blog Post
A bit about javelina
A Bit About The Beast….. An adult Javalina weighs between 30-65 pounds, but can get to weights nearing 80 ( in suburban areas feeding on garbage and landscaping) They a are a grayish black in color with a white collar around the neck. There coat is made up of hollow straw-like hairs that act as...Type: Blog Post
Secrets Of Hunting out West
Join TV personality John Stallone as he take you through the secret tips and tactics for being successful while hunting elk, mule deer, Coues deer, antelope and many other western big game animals. Learn how to prepare yourself for your hunt; how to locate game, and how to plan a stalk on the trophy of a lifetime. There is something for everyone in this book a no B.S approach to scoring trophy game in the western states. Type: Blog Post
Interview With Jim Newcomb
1. What can I do, as a novice hunter, to eliminate errors while in the stand?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
The Dirty TRUTH behind hunting gear !
But what is a little known fact about the hunting industry specifically; is …..Type: Blog Post
Mt Lion Hunting
Hunting Mt lions with my Mathews bow: If anyone ever tells you that hunting mountain lion with dogs is cheating they have never been dry ground lion hunting or have run with the dog while they workType: Blog Post
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ITS FINALY HERE! The Hunting Channel 4.0 get 50% off your membership today: use Promo code “facebook”Type: Blog Post
The iPhone Bull
So you are probably wondering why we called this show the iphone bull because more than half of this show was filmed on my iphone Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
Weather is Arguably the Most Important Factor in Hunting
Maybe you too will have a story of when you killed that buck chasing a doe during a Nor-eastern or monsoon….. Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
DEATON WINS WORLD CUP FINAL, MARKING THIRD CONSECUTIVE TITLE FOR MATHEWS PRO STAFF
“It was a surreal feeling up there,” Deaton told us. “I’ve never felt so nervous, yet so in control. I felt extremely confident in my bow [Mathews Conquest 4] and knew that as long as I focused on my form, and remained as relaxed as possible, that my arrows would find the middle,” he added.Type: Blog Post