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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
Scent Control and Spot and Stalk: Is it worth it?
Scent Control and Spot and Stalk: Is it worth it? By now most hunters know the importance of scent control while hunting from a stationary position but not many think to utilize it for spot and stalk type hunts. The school of thought is you are hiking and sweating more and you are playing the […]Type: Blog Post
AZ Trail Camera Ban
In my years as a game manager, and years as hunter I’ve have not noted any negative impact of the use of trail cameras on game. What we have here is a people problem ……. Fellow hunters arguing over whether or not trail cameras should be used for the take of animals here in AZ. […]Type: Blog Post
Day pack for spot and stalk:
Most hunters under estimate the importance of having the right pack to fit their hunt.Type: Article
From the Field to your Table
Perfect Venison with Perfect Ease by Craig Fields I. INTRODUCTION Like you, I have read countlessType: Article
DUCK BEHAVIOR
Duck Biology & Behavior By T.R. Michels When I first saw the small flock of ducksType: Article
Buck Behavior During the Rut
Buck Behavior During the Rut By T.R. Michels For years whitetail hunters have believed that bucks,Type: Article
Nocturnal Bucks
THE “SO-CALLED” NOCTURNAL BUCK By Peter Feduccia How many times have you heard the phrase,Type: 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
Game Recovery:
Game Recovery: Every Bow Hunter, will be faced with the realization that he/she may wound an animalType: Article
The Elk Rut & Peak Bugling Activity
The Elk Rut & Peak Bugling ActivityType: Article
Turkey Breeding Season Phases
Peak Turkey Gobbling Activity, Turkey Breeding Season PhasesType: Article
Game Recovery
Game Recovery: Every Bow Hunter, will be faced with the realization that he/she may wound an animal,Type: Article
Know How to Identify Game
As a responsible hunter, you should educate yourself about wildlife prior to your hunt. The abilityType: Article
Field tips to broadheads
Field tips to broadheadsType: Article
Fall Deer Movement Influences
Fall Deer Movement Influences By T.R. Michels, Trinity Mountain Outdoors Words 7,400 While sitting..Type: Article
Tracking Deer
Tracking DeerType: 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
Accuracy and Hunting: What Counts in the End?
So many times, we are the ones holding us back from our potential and shooting is no exception to thType: Article
Glassing for western game
how to spot and stalkType: Article
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Pre-Season Scouting part #2
Scouting is the most important part of your hunting season no matter what game you are hunting for..Type: Blog Post
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
Did You Know
Did you know there was a tripple “A” for hunters?Type: Blog Post