Coyote Hunting: Creepin’ In (DownWind Outdoors)


DownWind Outdoors changes it up by heading into the hard woods hoping for a coyote to come creepin’ in.

Shooter: Jerrod Vila
Videographer: Eric Lawler

Species: Eastern Coyote
Weight: ~37 Pounds
Sex: Male
Date: 3/21/2013
TOD: 7 pm
Temperature: 37°

Call: DWO Signature Series by Crack Predator Calls – Cottontail Long
Rifle: Remington Model 700
Scope: Nikon Monarch 6.5-20x44mm
Stock: Bell and Carlson Stock
Trigger: Jewell
Cartridge: Hand Loaded .22-250 Remington, 52gr Sierra Matchking Moly Coated Boat Tails
Bipod: Harris 13.5-27″ pivot
Camera: HDR-AX2000
Camera: HDR-FX1000

Watch all our free coyote hunting videos at: http://www.downwindoutdoors.com

Want more Coyote Hunting tips are tricks? Check out our blog:
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Duck Hunting “The Ditch” Part 2 – Fowled Reality


On our duck hunting trip to Oklahoma last year, we were fortunate enough to hunt the same location three days in a row and shot limits of ducks every day. It was one of those trips where the stars aligned and everything worked in our favor. We never dreamed it could happen again.

This year, just days before our Oklahoma duck hunting trip, a cold front moved through and froze a lot of water sources forcing ducks to small areas of open water on rivers. Cold weather forces ducks to feed on grains such as corn and soybeans. “The Ditch” field was full of mallards yet again and we battled through a cold late winter thunderstorm to have a great hunt. The weather was just cold enough for ducks to still be dry feeding, but we knew the duck hunting was going to get tough in the coming days as the weather warmed back up. See how the ducks and us had to adjust as the weather changed in next week’s duck hunting video.

Be sure to watch the conclusion to our Oklahoma trip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ITtvyl3t4MQ

For the latest migration updates, waterfowl product reviews, informative duck and goose hunting articles, and our videos visit http://www.fowledreality.com

Turkey Hunting: How To Scout for Gobblers


It’s time to get out and scout for gobblers! We love getting out and listening for gobblers this time of year! In this video from www.GrowingDeer.com, we share how to scout by calling at dawn as they come off the roost and with more modern technology – Reconyx trail cameras! The Reconyx trail cameras are a great tool to pattern strutting gobblers. Don’t forget about the deer – early spring is an important time of year to make sure the bucks and does have access to all the trace minerals necessary to produce antlers and healthy fawns. We’ll show you what we use.

Once you’ve watched the episode check out the main website at www.GrowingDeer.tv for more great information useful for all deer hunters. If you are on facebook — join the conversation and share photos on Dr. Grant Woods page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Grant-Woods/260242857400

Amazing hunting kill shots


These amazing hunting drop compilations have been captured on film by Stuck N The rut themselves. Epic clips of one shot kills that will leave your speechless, mostly long range. Shots with a “338 ultra mag” For over the years, the Schneider family has always been into the sport of hunting. Eventually, we finally wanted to share our hunting experiences with you. We started to film our own hunts. As we started to film our hunts, we decided to call ourselves “Stuck N The Rut” and that name still stands as our hunting company. We have had hunting videos on the sportsman channel and on DVD. This is a compilation of our greatest achievements. We have successfully hunted and harvested with archery and rifle mule-deer, whitetail deer, elk, moose, caribou, wolf, coyote, grizzly bear, black bear, red stag. From long range to close up and personal with archery, we do it all. For more video’s, check out stuckntherut.com for more episodes. “Epic hunts” “amazing shots” “diy hunting”

Duck Hunting An Arctic Cold Front – Fowled Reality


Duck hunting during strong cold fronts can often produce some of the best hunting all season. Cold weather typically means frozen water and covered food sources which both force ducks and geese to migrate further south. The strong north winds that are common with cold fronts make for an easier flight south for migrating ducks and geese and also offer hunters good decoy movement. All of these elements came together in early December as one of the first strong cold fronts swept across the country and we headed to Nebraska for some duck hunting and to hopefully capitalize on a good migration.

For the latest migration updates, waterfowl product reviews, informative duck and goose hunting articles, and our videos visit http://www.fowledreality.com.

Turkey Hunting: Testing A New Turkey Load, 50 to 70 Yards?


In this episode from www.GrowingDeer.tv: advice to improve deer hunting and habitat on a 100 acre property (8:28 to 11:50), a look at what makes our food plots so productive (6:35 to 8:26) and a comparison of a new turkey load from Winchester, called Long Beard XR, with Grant’s old favorite.(from :52 to 6:34) The results blew us away. Grant has a new favorite turkey load!

Once you’ve watched the episode check out the main website at www.GrowingDeer.tv for more great information useful for all deer hunters. If you are on facebook — join the conversation and share photos on Dr. Grant Woods page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Grant-Woods/260242857400

Spring Fever Pheasant Hunting 2014


After the most brutal winter I can remember, we finally got out to chase some birds in early spring 2014. All the action is shot at a private hunt I belong to. Since roosters tend to kill each other in the bird coop in the spring, only hens are stocked.

The dog is a 2 year old Vizsla. He’s still a young dog, second season in the field. Steadiness training to come this off season.

Recorded with a GoPro Hero 3+ Black Edition

Other videos:
Thanksgiving Roosters Pheasant Hunting – http://youtu.be/3viRfEc3H-8

Autumn Blaze Ruffed Grouse Hunting – http://youtu.be/n15xqnqlFMc

Bow hunted Antelope @ 60 yards by 13 year old in Wyoming see how we make long archery


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Paul Korn A-1 Archery http://www.a1archerystore.com/ & Tombstone Creek Outfitting http://www.tombstonecreekoutfitting.com/ in this video present a hunt from the archives in 2012. In this video Stewart Korn is spot and stalk hunting for Pronghorn Antelope in Wyoming. myself (Paul Korn) films the action as Stewart makes a clean miss followed up by an incredible 60 yard shot as the arrow impact is captured. The arrow has green lighted nock so you can see it perfectly traveling towards the target. Stewart used a 50# Left handed Mathews Jewel Solo Cam bow with quiver on this hunt. His accessories were HHA Optimizer Sight, VAP arrow, Rage 2″ two blade broad head, Whisker Biscuit arrow rest, hunter tru-peep, Tru Fire release, and I used a Bushnell Fusion 1600 Range Finder / Binocular to get the distance.