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Tired of high Gas prices
Tired of high Gas pricesType: Article
Get fit for: Backwoods hunting in the high country
Get fit for: Backwoods hunting in the high country Fitness is an often over-looked section of hunting. While the un-initiated may see hunting as a casual walk in the woods any experienced hunter knows otherwise. Tracking, trekking, climbing, lifting, hauling and many other types of physical labor are part and parcel of hunting. You must...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
Predator Hunting
There is nothing more fun in the off season to do then get out and do some coyote calling. It is a nice way to fine tune your skills and another excuse to get out into the field. PICKING A LOCATION I like to set up on a high location when gun hunting; elevation allows...Type: Blog Post
Help Feed Hungry Children
Did you know that 1 in 5 children go to bed hungry in America each night? Did you know that one deer can provide 200 servings of nutritious high-protein meat for hungry men, women and children? Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry (FHFH) is a growing national ministry that provides meat from donated deer, elk...Type: Blog Post
What to do with your pheasant
So I was hunting with a good friend of mine Dave Ciani of High Prairie Lodge and Outfitters in South Dakota, last year for wild pheasnts, and his wife made me one of the most amazing wild game salads i ever had. i finally got her to send me the recipie and now im sharing it with you guys. Fried Pheasant SaladType: Blog Post
HIGH PRAIRRIE LODGE
HEY IM UP HERE HUNTING WHITETAIL IN SOUTH DAKOTA WITH HIGH PRAIRRIE LODGE AND OUTFITTERS, AND I GOTTA TELL YOU I THINK IM GONNA START SPENDING ALOT MORE NOVEMEBERS HERE. I SAT ALL DAY IN STAND AND HAD DEER AROUND ME LITTERALY ALL DAY. I SAW SEVERAL SHOOTER BUCKS IN THE 140 RANGE BUT MY...Type: Blog Post
South Dakota Whitetail
So you have all heard me praise High Prairie Lodge and Outfitters and their amazing operation, whitetail deer and hopitality. Well here is our hunt from the 2010 season we will be going back for sure this year in late NOV. to hunt the tail end of the rutType: 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
High Desert Outdoors
From day 1 HIGH DESERT OUTDOORS was founded with one mission. Bring a new energy to the outdoor industry. Come along with the staff of HIGH DESERT OUTDOORS as they capture some of the best big game hunts in North America on film. HIGH DESERT OUTDOORS will detail the full experience of the hunt from start to finish. This is no regular hunting team, you will experience everything our staff and guests go through as they pursue big game. From deciding where to go, working with our outfitters, traveling, scouting, No stone will be left unturned every limit will be pushed be immersed in the total hunting experience, you will see it all from HIGH DESERT OUTDOORSType: Channel
Where to Find Bear
Where the Bears Are by Dick Scorzafava The bear advanced completely unaware of me. I sat high aboveType: Article
Pre Hunt Elk Tips
Pre Hunt Elk TipsType: Article
Get fit for: Backwoods hunting in the high country
Fitness is an often over-looked section of hunting. While the un-initiated may see hunting as a casual walk in the woods any experienced hunter knows otherwise. Type: Blog Post
Tips From the Pros
Glassing techniques for a successful hunt One of the most common mistakes people make when pertaining to glassing is not having a system. Just having system, alone will improve the number of game you will see. One way I like to pick apart a mountain side is by first doing a quick scan going left...Type: Blog Post
Coues deer, spot and stalk
SPOT AND STALK Learning the art of spot and stalk hunting is must for coues deer. With everyone’s busy schedules it is hard to find the time to spend either learning how they move and where they will be so you can intercept them in a tree stand or ground blind. Spot and stalk hunting,...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
Deer Body language
Deer body language: My experiences here at The hunting Channel Online have allowed me to meet some of the best hunters in the world and I have been able to learn priceless information from them, like reading deer body language. One of the most important things a deer hunter should learn is how to read...Type: Blog Post
Learn The art of spot and stalk
If you would like a more in depth look at spot and stalk hunting join http://www.thehuntingchannelonline.com and get my book “Secrets of Hunting Western Game for freeType: 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
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
core strenght for bow hunters
Core Strenght I never really knew how important it was to have good core strenght until I went hunting 2 years ago for mule deer in Wyoming. The terrian was so wide open that I spent my whole trip either hunched over, crawling on my knees, or dragging myself and my bow on my belly...Type: 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
ask the pros
Person’s Name: lee Question: i what to know to track deer in my hunting eara how to schot for deer what to look for Answer: first check out http://www.thehuntingchannelonline.com resource center and use the mapping tools or google earth if you have it. Look at 3d and arial photos of the areas try to distinguish...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
Glassing techniques for a successful hunt
I am getting ready to leave for my coues deer hunt in southern AZ so I thought I would bust out this old article i wrote for http://www.thehuntingchannelonline.com Glassing techniques for a successful hunt: One of the most common mistakes people make when pertaining to glassing is not having a system. Just having system, alone...Type: Blog Post
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