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How the New Mexico Big Game Draw Works
How New Mexico’s Draw Works New Mexico has a lot of great places to hunt and excellent trophy quality plus game species like Ibex, Barbary Sheep and Ornyx that you cannot hunt anywhere else in the US ( well at least not free range) However they are not really friendly to out of staters their […]Type: Blog Post
Elk Hunting Tips
Elk Hunting Tips: Here are a couple of my favorite elk hunting tips, I feel like most hunters are so wrapped up in trying to find elk or trying to call them in that they lose sight of preparing themselves to close the deal when they are presented with a shot. I have been a […]Type: Blog Post
Headlamp Review 2019
So 6 months I set out on a “journey” to find the best Headlamp for hunting, so I contacted the tops brands in the industry to perform a headlamp review. My Guides and I tested each of these Headlamps in different conditions and different applications on the following test parameters: Test parameters:  Weight  Ease of […]Type: Blog Post
AZ Deer Draw 2019
Well it’s about that time again the new 2019-2020 Arizona Fall Regs are out and the deadline to apply is June 11th! The first step to building you a hunt you will remember for years to come is getting you a Tag. We only take a small amount of hunters per season and limit the […]Type: Blog Post
Hone your hunting skill with spring predator hunting
If you are like me you are always looking for ways to improve your hunting skill set. I found that there is no better off season practice then bow hunting predators. To me it was obvious that it builds confidence in your shot, it improves your woodsmanship, ability to read sign, and play the wind, […]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
Should I Change the Name Of The Podcast
Please let me know if you think I should Change the Name of my Podcast from Interviews with The Hunting Masters to…… Days In The WildType: Blog Post
Javelina Hunting in Arizona
Its almost that time of year when the Javelina tag draw opens in Arizona we are almost already booked upType: Blog Post
Javelina Hunting in Arizona
Its almost that time of year when the Javelina tag draw opens in Arizona we are almost already booked upType: Blog Post
Late Season Archery in AZ What to expect
My good friend and hunting partner Charles Whitwam is coming to hunt the rut in Arizona on an OTC tag this year and he had questions about Hunting in Arizona.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
2021 Arizona Deer Draw
Well it’s about that time again the new 2021-2022 Arizona Fall Regs are out and the deadline to apply is June 8th! The first step to building you a hunt you will remember for years to come is getting you a Tag. We only take a small amount of hunters per season and limit the […]Type: Blog Post
Mathews' Days In The Wild
DAYS IN THE WILD--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Join us each week, as we travel about the country hunting just about any legal game we can put a stalk on. One of the most important aspects of our show is that it delves into more of the “how to’s” of hunting, more of what everyday hunter needs. We wanted to have a show that helped hunters answer those questions we had when we first started going out in the field. I remember watching hunting shows when I was still green trying to get tips and figure out tactics to better myself, but always end up frustrated with some guy who walks three feet into the woods and kills a trophy buck and thanks god, his mom, and mother nature for allowing him to shoot an animal. Most people can t afford to go out with a guide or can’t spend half the year planting food plots or even do a whole lot of scouting. We decided we would like to show the real side of hunting, the misses, the blown opportunities, the work it takes to get there, and most of all share some of our tactics good or bad with our viewershttp://www.johnstallone.com/Type: Channel
The Bear Whisperer
Blaine Anthony began his outdoor television career seven years ago on The Sportsman Channel. Before diving into the world of outdoor television entertainment, Blaine made his living in the outdoors as a Registered Maine Guide. Blaine provided all-inclusive bear hunts to hunters from around the world for seven years. In that time, he acquired intimate knowledge on the elusive black bear and the world of hunting by traveling the world to ensure hands on experience with all types of bears from many regions. Many of Blaine’s customers touted his uncanny connection with the bears and his endless entertaining stories of bear encounters. At the advice of many customers, friends, and industry professionals, Blaine took his adventures to outdoor television. As host of The Bear Whisperer television show, Blaine travels throughout North America in search of the most dangerous and misunderstood big game animals. The Bear Whisperer aims to not only entertain viewers with upbeat and exciting hunts with Blaine’s quirky appearance and upbeat attitude, but also educate them on all that pertains to conserving and protecting the future of the bears. Blending excitement with education, and working with the most knowledgeable and credible experts in North America, sets The Bear Whisperer apart from any other hunting show on television.You may recognize Blaine as the host of North American Safari, airing on The Sportsman Channel in its seventeenth season. Throughout the years, viewers have enjoyed his quirky “rock star” image, exciting adventures, modern style, and visually pleasing approach to hunting television. Blaine also owns and runs Nature Productions, a full production company that currently puts out some of the industry’s top outdoor television shows.The son of a military man, Blaine moved around the world throughout his childhood. As a young man, he settled in the Washington, D.C. area and started his career. The never-ending draw to the outdoors eventually brought him to central Maine, where he and his family still make their home today.The nickname “Bear Whisperer” was coined to Blaine back in the year 1999. He always had a connection and understanding with bears without ever loosing the respect of the awesome predator. Considered to be one of the only “true” bear conservationist employing real conservation methods such as tagging, tracking and maybe the most important conservation efforts of all hunting, Blaine brings a real life, no holds barred show to millions every weekType: Channel
D.R.T. Hunting TV
Hunting is an escape from reality; an escape from everyday life; an oasis. When you watch our films, we want to take you out of the real world and into the great outdoors. We want to pull you away from your idea of an outdoor television show and into a new world of unique cinematography blended with the reality of everything hunting consists of. Every time we push the record button, we do so with the intent of depicting our adventures exactly the way we see them; exactly the way it happens. If our work makes you happy, tugs at your emotions, makes you want to get outside, or pulls you away from everyday life and into the outdoors for just a few minutes, we have succeeded. This is what we love. This is who we are. This is D.R.T. Hunting TVType: Channel
Heartland Bowhunter
From the beginning Heartland Bowhunter was founded with one guiding principle … quality. No matter the service, product or production … quality was going to be the baseline for everything we embarked upon. The very first venture we took on was creating a tree arm that would give outdoor producers their best chance at capturing higher quality footage. The Sniper Pro Tree Arm was born! With the arm quickly becoming the industry standard for professional producers the next focus moved to producing a show of our own. 2007 saw HB take a turn for the serious. With the introduction of the new HB apparel line, Arrows Unleashed S.1 DVD and a new website, HB saw significant growth in its first year. HB then moved on from DVD production to becoming the industries most talked about new television show! The show has now gained staggering support from industry giants and has built a loyal and appreciated fan base! The 2010 seasonType: Channel
Sniped Hunting Outdoor TV
Sniped Hunting Outlaws are non conventional in the way that they hunt & fish, those who hunt small and big game. Sniped Hunting Outlaws, hunt tactically and move like a Sniper team therefore they are called Sniped Hunting Outlaws.Type: Channel
Quebec Bear Hunt
In this video Mike Avery of Outdoor Magazine radio (mikeaveryoutdoors.com) and Ted Harpham of Darton Archery (dartonarchery.com) are hunting black bear in Quebec with Northern Outfitters (northern-outfitters.com). On the second night of the hunt Ted takes a trophy boar and Avery scores on a nice animal during day four of the hunt. The guys also enjoy some great fishing action in this exciting Quebec wilderness adventure.Type: Channel TV Show
Kansas Bowhunt/The Man Behind Darton
This is show #9 from the final season of the Outdoor Magazine TV show. In this episode, host Mike Avery is hunting whitetails with Ed Barton of B & C Kansas Hunts (BandCKansasHunts.com). Avery is fighting unseasonably warm weather but finally manages to score on a book animal. Also in this show, an interview with archery industry veteran Rex Darlington of Darton Archery (DartonArchery.com).Type: Channel TV Show
Heartland Bowhunter S5E4 - Sandhills
Shawn and Mike venture to Western Nebraska for their annual hunt with Deer Meadows Outfitters after a spot and stalk mule deer buck.Type: Channel TV Show
Hunt of a Lifetime @theJones Ranch
Like some youths have a great Deer Hunt you need to watch this one. O by the way they all have some type of disabilityType: Channel TV Show
Arizona Mountain Lion Hunting
AZ Mt. Lion Hunt : If anyone ever tells you that hunting mountain lion with dogs is cheating they have never been dry ground lion hunting or have run with the dog while they work.Not many lion guides hunt dry ground because of the difficulty and many that do are not that successful at it. If you are ready for the experience of a lifetime and want a high success rate come to Arizona and hunt with the best dry ground houndsman in the southwest Donnie Fenn of Chasin Tail Guide Service I promise you, you will not be disappointed! http://www.chasintailaz.com/Type: Channel TV Show
Mongolia - Altay Ibex Hunting
Host Cliff Tulpa travels to the remote Altay Mountains of far western Mongolia to hunt the Altay Ibex.Type: Channel TV Show
California Blacktail deer hunt
Days in the Wild Season 10 Episode 3 : John and Levi meet up with friend Steve on a DIY blacktail hunt in California spot and stalk archery huntType: Channel TV Show
The One That Got Away
Days in The wild Episode 7 season 10: Drew Chicone Coues Deer hunt in Souther AZ....Im sure we will gets tons crap for this episode and honestly I'm not sure that I really care because no one is more critical of me than myself. But I made a promise to show the good the bad and the ugly .... for more of our TV show check out http://www.thehuntingchannelonline.com/shows/John_StalloneType: Channel TV Show