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:
http://www.moredwo.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

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.

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

The Song Dog Smack Down, an Ohio coyote hunting drive!


Coyotes are out of control in the state of Ohio, but the Amanda Township Volunteer Fire Department, southeast of Lancaster, does its best each year to stifle population growth in their area by staging a coyote hunt. These hunts are patterned after the fox hunts of the past, except no dogs are used and only shotguns with buckshot loads are permitted. If you’ve ever been on a coyote hunt, there’s a good chance you’ve never been on one like this!

Directed, Produced, Edited & Hosted by:
KC Allen

Cinematography:
KC Allen
Jason Baker

All of the music is used under purchase license by SmartSound’s Sonic Fire Pro software.

License Link:
http://www.smartsound.com/support/licenseinfo

Tracks:
Ozzie’s Girl
Heart Of Gold
A Folkie In The Road
Almost Home
Brutal Endgame
Emotional Appeal
Lawyers In Love
Sunshine

Booner Shed Antlers & Tips For Better Clover Food Plots


In this video from www.GrowingDeer.com: keys to growing great clover food plots! Perennial clover is NOT a once and done food plot! Watch this episode to see how to plant clover to make it one of the most attractive food sources for the deer and turkey on your hunting grounds this spring! (:50 to 6:13) Then, Kable is on the hunt for some giant shed antlers in Indiana. His hard work pays off as he finds the booner sheds of his #1 hit list buck, Big Bernie! (6:14 – 11:56)

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

Duck Hunt South Dakota 2013


Duck hunt in South Dakota with Big Sean Hammock and the Team. An early morning flight let to a quick limit of all Mallards on this morning. Hunters were concealed in Avian X A frame blinds and tall cattails. The Big Mamma duck call was in the house as usual pulling in the greenheads. Beautiful sunrise and good times with good friends. Filming was done by Riley McLaughlin of Team Deadfowl. Another typical day hunting in SD with Big Sean’s Guided Hunts.

Duck Hunting – The Hand You’re Dealt: Fowled Reality


Planning an out of state duck hunting trip requires months of preparation. Vacation needs to be planned and lodging needs to be reserved. Duck hunters are at the mercy of mother nature when it comes time for their hunt. This was exactly the case in our trip to North Dakota. The weather in spring of 2013 lead to a late planting season which meant crops were left standing longer than normal come fall. To compound the issue, the weather at the beginning of the 2013 duck hunting season had been warm in Canada leading to a delayed onset of the waterfowl migration. We spent many hours and thousands of miles scouting for not only ducks, but also for cut corn which we all know ducks love. It all finally came together a few days into the trip.

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