Tag Archives: deer hunting

Backpack hunting September 15

Backpack Gear list… keep it under 35lbs

Below is my backpack gear list and how I try to keep it under 35lbs without eliminating too much.

September 23

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 […]

Interview With Jim Newcomb

1. What can I do, as a novice hunter, to eliminate errors while in
the stand?

New Secret Weapon for Deer Hunting

it was the greatest camo system he had ever tried

South Dakota Whitetail Hunting

So i got back few days ago from hunting whitetail in south dakota, with High Prairrie Lodge and Outfitters, let me just say “FRICKEN AWESOME!!!!” It was by far the best whitetail hunt i have ever been on and I didnt even get one. I passed up 15-20 bucks in from 125-150″ range within 20 […]

Checkout Spirit of The Outdoors

Check Out SOTO and my interview with them (interview with John Stallone) http://www.shellshockedoutdoors.com/sprit.html

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.

Treestand Warm up

Treestand Warm up Hi welcome to The Hunting Channel online’s Tip Of the week! If you are like me sitting in a tree-stand for hours on end can get very painful. My back starts to cramp my legs get stiff, and then I start moving around a lot, which ultimately screws with my chances of […]

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 […]

Question from ask the pros

Q. Bedding or feeding areas? which is the better place to hunt?