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Copper vs Lead bullets… Are you poisoning your game meat?
Copper vs Lead bullets for hunting … Are you poisoning your game meat? So I decided to go down this rabbit hole hoping I could find some definitive answers to my questions: Does shooting game with lead bullets really increase your Blood lead levels? Are there ways to process game to minimize your risk? What […]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
Buck Behavior During the Rut
Buck Behavior During the Rut By T.R. Michels For years whitetail hunters have believed that bucks,Type: Article
Advanced goose calling
most important aspects of goose calling are tempo (frequency) and volume (intensity).Type: Article
Whitetail Rut Charts
The nitty gritty on whitetail rut and breeding habitsType: Article
The Elk Rut & Peak Bugling Activity
The Elk Rut & Peak Bugling ActivityType: Article
Scent Elimination to the next level
Scent Elimination to the next levelType: Article
Hunt Late Rut Deer
Hunt Late Rut DeerType: Article
May Deer Management
May Deer ManagementType: Article
october deer hunting
october deer huntingType: 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
Positive Thinking in the Outdoors:
It is remarkable to me that many hunters I encounter never consider the power of positive thinkingType: Article
Buck Behavior During the Rut
For years whitetail hunters have believed that bucks, particularly older dominant bucks, are warier and react differently than other deer during the fall hunting season. Hunters often complain that they do not see as many bucks during the hunting season as they did during pre-season scouting, and that the trophy bucks they saw during scouting sessions seem to disappear during the hunting season.Type: Article
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
After The shot
Only sometimes will you be lucky enough to find the arrow at the sight of your hit. When this is not the case it is still important that you find the arrow. The arrow should have fallen in the deer’s escape trail. Arrows will typically fall out quickly unless it is deep in heavy muscle...Type: Blog Post
My first Spot and Stalk at 64years old!
The terrain is an open expanse, rolling hills, dotted with a few trees and waterholes,Type: Blog Post
Packing for Pork Chops: Hog Hunting Basics
One statement we often use at Mac & Prowler is to “use what you have”. This line of thinking can certainly be used in the realm of hog huntingType: Blog Post
Accuracy and Hunting: What Counts in the End?
Much can be said about accuracy and its relationship to hunting in the field versus hunting paper at the shooting range.Type: Blog Post
Advanced Goose Calling
The two most important aspects of goose calling are tempo (frequency) and volume (intensity). Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
Journey to The Ibex
    Many of you know I finally drew an Ibex tag in New Mexico’s Florida Mountains. The Florida Mountains is the only place in North America where you can hunt pure-blood free-ranging Persian (Bezoar) Ibex. Introduced from Iran in 1970 it has become one of the most sought after hunts in North America… It also […]Type: Blog Post
Swamp Donkey John Stallone’s 4 year quest to shoot mature NY whitetail
NY archery Whitetail hunting is high pressure and high competition for a small amount of public land this is the story of my 4 year quest to kill a mature NY whitetail I called Swamp Donkey…. Swamp Donkey a NY whitetail story by John Stallone Author of The Whitetail Hunter’s Blueprint  http://www.thewhitetailblueprint.com/   The Back Story: […]Type: Blog Post
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
Broadhead Test and Review 2020
Broadhead test 2020: Every couple of years I like to test the broadheads on the market and just get a good overview of what, why , how just to make sure I’m shooting the best of what I can out there. Type: Blog Post
"After the Shot" - Wounded Wild Game Recovery - Blood Tracking
Dustin covers the basics of game tracking/blood tracking after the shot in both gun hunting and bowhunting and how to approach different scenarios as well as some tips and tricks for finding a blood trail in the day and night.Type: Channel TV Show
Arkansas Public Timber Mallard Hunt BDO
Short Clip of the Blood Driven Outdoors crew enjoying the woods and shooting a few birdsType: Channel TV Show
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