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Big Horn Outdoors Youth Adventure Camp
Big Horn Outdoors Youth Adventure CampType: Blog Post
Our Interview With Bill DeShaw- Mule Deer Hunting
This is a breif out line of the interview to get the whole recorded radio show check out http://www.thehuntingchannelonline.net The Hunting Channel Interview Questions Introduction and Opening Questions: 1. Can you tell us a little bit about what your organization and what you do? We’ve been guiding hunters and fisherman professionally since 1979. I have...Type: Blog Post
Off season hunting tips
My number one training tool is” practicing for the Game” .Type: Blog Post
97 yard shot with a bow
We just got back from hunting with Wyoming Hunting Outiftters Myself and two of my THC ProStaff each of us had a mule deer tag and an antelope tag. We hunted for 5 days spot and stalk archery and we were able to fill 4 out of the six tags, let me say that is...Type: Blog Post
Buck Down in Illinois
I hunted this past week in Pike county illinois with the notorious B.I.G Dale Carter with Carter Outdoors. I gotta say at first at face value I was a little disappointed… I had being hearing about the famed Carter’s Hunting lodge for as long as I can remember, so when i pulled up to this...Type: Blog Post
Shoot Under Pressure
Learning how to shoot when your heart is pumping uncontrollably as it may when that bruiser comes in Type: Blog Post
What are we Teaching the Next Generation?
I have wanted to write this article for some time now. My thoughts and feelings on the subject of what we are teaching our youth, the next generation of outdoorsmen, is no secret to those around me. It is a subject that comes up often in conversation. 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
The results are in… 2013 Trail Camera Review
It was very close but THE WINNER IS!!!! Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
What to do when you encounter a Mountain Lion
“Do not run from a mountain lion: Running may stimulate a mountain lion’s instinct to chase” 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
Filming in the Field
We get a lot of questions about filming in the field and what equipment to use Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
Scent Control and Spot and Stalk:
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. Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
Strong Core for Archery
Core exercises are most effective when they engage many muscles throughout the torso that cross several joints and work together to coordinate stability. Continue reading →Type: Blog Post
Optics review 2015
The staff at the Hunting Channel Online recently had the pleasure of testing some of the hottest and best glassing binoculars the industry has to offer.  This optics comparison is a bit different than those you may have seen in the past.  We hand-picked binoculars we believe in, use, and ultimately know that hunters will […]Type: Blog Post
Are you ready for your hunt?
Are you ready for your hunt, I mean really ready?Type: Blog Post
Attention Mule deer Hunters…………
Attention Mule deer Hunters…………This just came across my desk.. if you love hunting , mule deer and love to see them thrive.. read this letter..   Friends, One of the greatest threats facing sportsmen today is this radical idea in the American West to “transfer” millions of acres of federal public lands – owned by […]Type: Blog Post
Sitka Camouflage
If you have been following me for any great length of time you know that I have never really hung my hat so to speak on any one brand of camouflage and mainly because I never felt that any one company was really the optimum choice for the type of hunter I am. See I […]Type: Blog Post
2016 Bino Harness Review
Well the results are in… we ran theses bino harnesses through the ringer some of them were brand new to us and some like the Kuiu pack we have intimate knowledge of. I’m not going to add a lot of fluff and fill in, and I’m not going to pull any punches. I’m just going […]Type: Blog Post
Best Cameras for Filming the Hunt
I get asked all the time which are the best cameras for me to buy if I want to film my hunts. Your first question to yourself should be “what is the end goal?” Do I plan on filming it for my own use, or to post on social media, do I want to step it […]Type: Blog Post
Remi Warren How to Hunt Elk in any season
#IWTHM Podcast episode 8.35 John Stallone and Remi Warren talk Elk hunting how to locate and harvest bulls in any season. Before we talk about how to hunt elk let get a bit of background on Remi Warren A bit about Remi Warren: I have been hunting my entire life and am passionate about sharing my knowledge […]Type: Blog Post
Bruce “Hutch” Hutcheon MT. Goats at 60yrs, 14ers at 70yrs and scrape hunting whitetail
Bruce “Hutch” Hutcheon MT. Goats at 60yrs, 14ers at 70yrs and scrape hunting whitetail Episode 8.37 John Stallone talks with host of Whitetail Rendezvous podcast Bruce Hutcheon on scrape hunting for whitetail and his amazing adventures. I tease Bruce about his age but this guy runs circles around guys less than half his age because […]Type: Blog Post
Corey Jacobsen “The Linguist” himself schooling us on Hunting the Elk Rut
Hunting the Elk Rut with “The Linguist” Corey Jacobsen   Corey Jacobsen, of Boise, Idaho, is a 4-Time World Champion Elk Caller. Corey serves as the Pro Staff Director for Sitka Gear and has been hunting elk in over-the-counter archery units on public land in Idaho for over 20 years. He has placed in the […]Type: Blog Post
Zach Kenner Hardworking Hunter on High Country Mule Deer
High Country Mule Deer Anyone who has hunted mule deer knows how hard it can be to go out and harvest a mature buck. Bucks that live past four or five years old, live that long for a reason. Whether they learn their habits of avoiding danger from the older bucks they grow up with, […]Type: Blog Post
Stairwell workout
Stairwell workout Many of us don’t have access to the mountains or at least don’t have them in our back yard. Or for some of us including myself that do have Mountain hikes very close by we just don’t have the time or don’t want to be bothered with other people or snakes or whatever […]Type: Blog Post