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Going Hunting with “The Great” Duwane Adams
Duwane Adams is known as the professional’s, professional. If you are ready to conquer desert mulies or coues deer on public land, there is no better guy to hunt with. I have been guiding for 7-8 years in the desert southwest, I have written books, hosted TV shows etc etc. and yet every year in...Type: Blog Post
Last day of deer season
Well we went out for the last day of late season archery deer hunting here in AZ. It was more of a day out with my cousins then actually hunting, there was four of us which is two too many, in my opinion to be successful at spot and stalk mule deer hunting. Anyway, I...Type: Blog Post
Been awhile
Sorry its been so long since we posted but http://www.thehuntingchannelonline.com and http://www.huntinglandconsultants have been working on a project to increase deer populations in AZ. when we get back next week we will fill you inType: Blog Post
Free Gift from The Hunting Channel
Hello everyone, we have a special deal for all of you Huntech’s “No Stinky” professional grade scent elimination system is being made available to you at %60 off plus free shipping. Visit http://huntechinc.net/buy_online.php click on the no stinky icon at bottom of cart to get the $45 kit for $12.95 plus free shipping and everyone...Type: Blog Post
Predator Hunting to keep the skills sharp
If your like me, you get real tired of shooting at a target to keep your bow skills in tip top shape. Well nothing better then getting out during the spring and calling for predators. Set up is key if you want to call in a fox, coyote, or bobcat with in range of your...Type: Blog Post
Choosing the right hunting spot
Choosing the right set up is just as important as scouting. We here at High Prairie Lodge and outfitters find that set up is the key to not only seeing big deer but taking trophy deer and game. Whitetails, Mule deer, Elk and antelope are all what I like to call “pattern-able “ and they all leave game sign.Type: Blog Post
Late Season Hunting by John Stallone
One good way to establish feeding and travel patterns is scouting in post season when you are …Type: 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
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
So you think your ready for elk season?
Not many people know or can grasp how much ground you cover in a typical elk hunt… My team and I often do a lot of scouting and have good intel on where to hunt so this drastically reduces the amount of traveling we do while we are hunting.. So unless you get lucky and get […]Type: Blog Post
Hunting Late Season Elk
Hunting Late Season Elk By Neil Large Hunting elk during the late season can be a very rewarding experience for those who understand the tactics and mental fortitude needed to be successful. The rut is over and the bulls have become reclusive to feed and relax in an attempt to gain strength and body mass […]Type: Blog Post
Hunting Blacktail Deer in the Rut
Hunting Blacktail Deer in the Rut By Josh Hendrickson   “Hunting by its definition is described as “the activity of hunting wild animals or game for food or sport, or the act of conducting a search for something.” I’ve even heard it defined as “to pursue with force or hostility .”.. Now if your reading […]Type: Blog Post
Trophy vs. Meat Hunting
There was a short stint in my professional hunting career that I would only chase giants, that hunting lesser bucks was beneath meType: Blog Post
Trophy vs. Meat Hunting
There are few things that ruffle my feathers more than hunter on hunter hate. I keep seeing this subject Trophy hunting vs. meat hunting come up more and more, and really it’s a little troublesome to me, mainly because it has caused a bit of rift between brothers so to speakType: 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
Hunting to me….. by John Stallone
Hunting to me… By John Stallone Hunting to me has always been about the connection with to the earth and roll I feel I Play in the world.. I often get criticized, berated and even cursed for my love of hunting ….Those that do don’t see, wont hear and can’t feel what it is to […]Type: Blog Post
Pack Llamas and Hunting
Pack Llamas and Hunting… GO FARTHER, STAY LONGER, AND HIKE HARDER! In 2013 we were at a Hunting and Conservation Expo doing a small seminar on Pack Llamas and Hunting . When the time came around for questions the first one that we got asked was “So…. Why do you pack with llamas?” We were […]Type: Blog Post
Mapping Monster Bucks
Mapping Monster Bucks Choosing a Stand Site By John Stallone Host of Interviews With The Hunting Masters podcast Fig#5 With a trained eye sometimes you can see all the features on an aerial photo   Books have been written about the subject of where is the best place to ambush a big buck… I know […]Type: Blog Post
Utah Elk Hunting the 12 year Bull…
Utah Elk Hunting the 12 year Bull.. 12 years ago I began applying for a limited entry bull tag in Utah never really feeling that I would draw, so when I received notice that I drew this tag it felt surreal.  The last few years I had been applying for the Beaver and La Sal units […]Type: Blog Post
How to Hunt Coues Deer
How to hunt Coues Whitetail A different animal but still a whitetail Taken from a chapter in the whitetail blueprint written back in 2008 the info is still really good.   If you have ever tried your luck at hunting the grey ghosts of the southwest, you know how tough it is to locate let alone […]Type: Blog Post
Extend your hunting Season – Late Season Archery Opportunities
Extend your Hunting Season -Late season Hunts in the US Late Season Archery Hunting Opportunities If you are like me you are always looking for ways to extend your hunting season. Many people start hunting in late August early September and are done by end of November, but there is a lot of good late […]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
Hunting Coues Deer in AZ some do’s and don’ts
Coues Deer Hunting In Arizona little tricks to improve your success in coues deer hunting Its no secret that I love hunting Coues deer the terrain they live in, their recluse nature, small stature, and uncanny ability to avoid danger make them some of the most formidable animals to hunt in North America. Arizona offers some excellent […]Type: Blog Post