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Day Packs for spot and stalk
Day pack for spot and stalk: Most hunters under estimate the importance of having the right pack to fit their hunt. No one pack fits every hunts’ needs. So if you are like me and can’t afford to buy 5 different day packs and 5 different weekend packs it’s important to find that one pack...Type: Blog Post
October Deer Management
October Deer Management The Transition Phase and Pre Primary Breeding/Scraping Phase From early to mid October the buck groups should be breaking up. Rubs and scrapes may diminish in some areas as the bucks disperse and move to fall home ranges and establish dominance and breeding ranges. By mid October the deer usually shift from...Type: Blog Post
understanding wind
Im sure I will create some controversy here, I typically don’t pay much attention to the wind because I always try and pick spots that allow me to hunt in multiple directions.Type: Blog Post
Monster Bucks dont miss out!
See my buck from last year click here Type: Blog Post
One day to hunt
Well I got the OK from my pregnant wife to hunt one day in the early season which is currently in progress now. I know what you are thinking, I’m Whipped! Actually it was a promise I made to not hunt in aug or sept so I can spend time with my daughter who is...Type: Blog Post
Did You Know?
Contracts with outfitters all over the world guaranteeing you a 10-40% discountType: Blog Post
pre hunt prep
Pre-Hunt Prep! Directions and Tips from Huntech’s “No Stinky” Body wash/shampoo: Begin bathing with body wash several days before your hunt. Using a plastic type loofah sponge, apply body wash soap on sponge and scrub the body thoroughly. Two applications are recommended. Then you may use the body wash as a shampoo the clean hair....Type: Blog Post
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My baby’s update picType: Blog Post
Muzzle Loader Coyote
Muzzle Loader Coyote The sight of a distant coyote provided a surprise break in the routine of the morning muzzleloader pronghorn hunt. While watching the distant dog prowl for rodents, it suddenly dawned on me that instead of sitting back and watching, I should be taking advantage of the opportunity. Digging into my daypack, I...Type: Blog Post
New site
How do you like the new website conceptType: Blog Post
Top ten Favorite Places to Hunt
10) Hermesillo Mexico, Coues Deer 9) Bitter root ID, Black Bear 8) Sonora TX, Whitetail 7)Alberta CN, Moose 6)Cibola NM, Elk 5) Castle Valley, UT Mule Deer 4) Kaibab, AZ Mule Deer 3) Brown County, IL Whitetail 2)Flagstaff, Arizona Elk 1) Buffulo, South Dakota antelope/mule Deer ComboType: Blog Post
Bull Elk Figts Buffalo
this cool little video http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoid=100087205 #fb fb#Type: Blog Post
Save time, Money and Have Fun
Times are Tough so it is important to save money and earn money when and where ever you can!!!! You can now get discounts and cash back on your everyday purchases. We have teamed up with Blastoff to bring you the blastoff mall were you can save money with 300 different company’s from Target and...Type: Blog Post
Bag Bigger Bucks learn Deer Body language
One of the most important things a deer hunter should learn is how to read the body language of your quarry. I feel it’s a very valuable asset to add to your repertoire.Type: Blog Post
Save money at Bass pro
Hey join my blastoff network and save money at bass pro shops http://www.grabblastoff.comType: Blog Post
Quick question
how to locate big bucks and how to be more accurate in the field.Type: Blog Post
Checkout Spirit of The Outdoors
Check Out SOTO and my interview with them (interview with John Stallone) http://www.shellshockedoutdoors.com/sprit.htmlType: Blog Post
A bit about javelina
A Bit About The Beast….. An adult Javalina weighs between 30-65 pounds, but can get to weights nearing 80 ( in suburban areas feeding on garbage and landscaping) They a are a grayish black in color with a white collar around the neck. There coat is made up of hollow straw-like hairs that act as...Type: Blog Post
Learn how to be and instictive shooter
check out my good friend Chief AjType: Blog Post
Pheasant Hunting
Every Year we get questions about going on pheasant hunts. Where do I go? Where can I get the best experienceType: Blog Post
Off season projects
If your like me then you are going crazy durring the off season. So what I try to do to take the edge off is tackle some off season projectsType: Blog Post
Step two of bow build
This is the first thime i am building a bow this way, i have built about 5 differnt long bows that are all very good shooters I had two failures that became toys for my nephews . anyway here is the second part of my bow buildType: Blog Post
Economic Crisis
“How Would You Fix the Economy?”I think this guy nailed it! No more bail-outs necessary!!!Type: Blog Post
Bow build part 3
now have a laminated bow and the recurve has been put into the bow. take a look at our progressType: Blog Post
gearing up for spring bear
Well its that time of year again, turkey for most of us has come and gone and those of us who we’re lucky enough to score an elk tag are chomping at the bit. So what do us poor slobs do while we are waiting for deer season. Go on a black bear hunt! Many...Type: Blog Post