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Rangefinder Binocular Review 2017 results
Rangefinder Binocular Review 2017 results I’m always looking for ways to lighten my load and still have everything I need (want) to be successful in the field. So I started looking at getting and set of range finding binoculars so I wouldn’t have to carry binos and a rangefinder around my neck and deal with tethers […]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
Best Elk hunting Podcasts 2018
Best elk hunting podcasts to improve your success in 2018 Podcasts on elk hunting have grown in popularity over the past two years and I get asked all the time what I feel are the best elk hunting podcast around. Naturally I’m a bit biased and prefer my podcast over most but there is a lot of […]Type: Blog Post
Shooting rests & In Field Shooting bags
Shooting rests & In Field Shooting bags for hunting Best shooting bag for hunting More and more guys/gals are trying to stretch out their shooting capabilities and one of the key components to shooting long range is having a good solid rest or shooting platform.. Now having a bench to make 1000 yard shots at […]Type: Blog Post
Hunting out of state Big Game Tag Application season is upon us!
Big Game Tag Application season is upon us! Navigating the western big game tag draw system: Hunting Out Of State If you are like me you live for destination big game hunts and everything that goes into hunting out of state.  Part of hunting out of state is the chess game of the big game tag draw system. There […]Type: Blog Post
Elk Hunting Check list and Elk Hunting in AZ What to expect
Elk Hunting Check list and Elk Hunting in AZ What to expect What to expect when you come to hunt elk in Arizona with Days in The Wild: Hunting Elk In Arizona is quite possibly the most sought after elk hunting experience in the country, with a well-managed herd, milder terrain, milder weather than most elk […]Type: Blog Post
How to Break In a New Compound Bow
How to Break In a New Compound Bow   How to Break In a New Compound Bow – Many people will argue the different way how to break in a new compound bow but for me its a two step process. Breaking in a new bow is like building a relationship. Yeah there are some technical […]Type: Blog Post
Perform better in the field and on the range:
Perform better in the field and on the range: By John Stallone CSCS,BS Exercise Physiology,  MS Rangeland Management and Ecology It’s no big secret that the key to precision shooting, from a conditioning stand point is proprioception…. For those of you who are not familiar with the term… proprioception is the sense of the relative […]Type: Blog Post
Hunting And Fitness : Ramping it up before the Season Opener
Hunting And Fitness : Ramping it up before the Season Opener It occurred to me more than a few years ago that nothing I was doing in the gym really got me to where I needed to be come hunting season. Each year I would bust my butt to get “In Shape” for my hunts […]Type: Blog Post
Tim Gilligham Extreme Shot Angles 9.50
Tim Gilligham Extreme Shot Angles 9.50 podcast episode Tim Gilligham Extreme Shot Angles 9.50 Tim Gillingham and I discuss shooting your bow at extreme angles and how to shoot extreme angles: 1) We talk about shooting at extreme angles and what are some of the things to consider 2) We talk about how to level […]Type: Blog Post
Hunting Backpack Review winter 2018
Hunting Backpack Review 2018 Well the results are in: My team and I ran these bags through the ringer on all different types of hunts just to name a few Blacktail in California in July, Early Muleys in AZ in Aug, Oregon Roosies in Sept, High country muleys in UT in Sept ,  Coues deer […]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
Wyoming Elk Draw breakdown: Elk Hunting Wyoming
This is a transcription of my podcast on Elk Hunting Wyoming and the Wyoming Elk Draw with Robert Hanneman you can listen to the whole podcast here John: (00:00)Hey guys, welcome to 2020 and welcome to the 11th season of interviews with the hunting masters. Um, I want to run something by you. I’ve been […]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
Mule Deer Hunting on the Wasatch Front with Kip Fowler
As a lifelong bowhunter, Kip Fowler has some tips to take your bowhunting to the next level. In addition to telling some great hunting stories, Kip focuses on some of the smaller details today that can add up and make your bowhunting experience more successful and enjoyable.Type: Blog Post
Preparing for Hunting Season: Increase your success 10 fold!
The more I talk to guys about hunting especially those who are consistently successful there is a pattern that is undeniable:Type: Blog Post
2021 Big Game Draw Application Reminder
Big game tag season is under way some states like Arizona and Wyoming have already closed their elk draw don’t miss out on the other other opportunities to apply for elk and deer tags. Below is an application deadline reminder  2021 Western Big Game Application Deadlines State Species Application Deadline Results Arizona Elk, Pronghorn Feb […]Type: Blog Post
Jumpstart 10 day challenge workout
With the holidays coming and New Year’s resolutions just around the corner many of us reflect on our health and what we can do to lose the holiday 10 or just do better this year than the last. Some of us may have fallen out of our routines due to the COVID-19 ridiculousness, or just […]Type: Blog Post
Best Hunting Podcasts for 2022
I have tried to find all the most intriguing or Best Hunting Podcasts I could find for my own consumption. I realized that its not that easy to just type in “ The Best Hunting Podcasts” or “Good Hunting podcasts” in google and find one you like. Plus there has been so many that have […]Type: Blog Post
Trophy Hunting vs Sustenance Hunting
Much like many things that once was acceptable to say and once had a very specific meaning. The word trophy has been co-opted by the anti-hunting community and weaponized. It is no longer acceptable for hunters to use and hunters are forced to explain themselves in other ways where the word, “trophy” once satisfied the the […]Type: Blog Post
Trophy Hunting, Meat Hunting or Store bought
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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
S1E3 - Bow Fishing Fun!!
an older video of us bow fishing whitefin suckers (sorry about the language newer videos are clean)Type: Channel TV Show