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Days In The Wild - Big game Hunting podcast

John Stallone

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Days In The Wild - Big game Hunting podcast

Days In The Wild - Big game Hunting podcast

John Stallone

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John Stallone Interviews Hunting Pros to get inside hunting tips and tactics western big game hunting, bowhunting, mule deer, elk, whitetail deer and predator hunting. Formerly Interviews With The Hunting Masters

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Michael Batease Elk Hunting Scenarios part 2 ep 11.26

ETitle: The Elk Scenario with Michael Batease (Part 2 of Elk Scenario) Show Notes: I think seeing the same scenarios through the eyes of other hunters is a really great way to see how other hunters who know a thing or two about elk hunting deal differently with the same situation. It can help you compare different hunting strategies, so that when you come up against the same kind of situation, you’ll have some great options. If you’ve got a bull that’s answering you all morning long, but every time you get close, he takes his females and moves just a little bit away, what do you do? The transition between a feeding area and a bedding area may be causing this behavior. Michael talks about what you want to be hearing when the bull is bugling back. Getting close to a bull, but they just don’t want to stand and fight is a little bit like a keyboard warrior. Michael suggests you get parallel to the bull, and talks about how he creates a “story” to attract the interest of the bull by flipping the script on him. We as people have to stay far enough back that the herd bull can’t see us, so getting them to take your challenge seriously can be hard. Michael and I talk about the kind of decoys we’ve used, and what kinds are better for certain circumstances. Hunting on open prairie with nearly no cover is when Michael breaks out the ultimate predator decoy. He talks about how visual stimulation and light calling can be used to work a bull, and get him to move to where you can take him down. Sometimes Michael likes mounting the decoy on his bow to free up his hands which lets him focus on getting closer to the herd. What’s Inside: Determining the size of a bull by sound can be deceptive sometimes, says Michael. Michael talks about how to play on the herd dynamics. If a herd bull deals with satellite bulls all day long, how are you going to get him to move? We talk about the different kinds of decoys we’ve used and when they worked well (and when they didn’t). Mentioned in this Episode: Days in the Wild on itunes Days in the Wild on Podbean Phoenix Shooting Bags Elk Calling Academy Elk Calling Academy on Facebook Elk Calling Academy on Youtube Elk Calling Academy on Instagram Short Description: Sometimes just bugling at a bull elk won’t cause any sort of reaction from him. Michael Batease from Elk Calling Academy has expert advice on how you can talk to a bull so that they actually react to you. By recognizing the different kinds of sounds a bull produces, and what those sounds mean can make the difference between putting in elk in the ground and wasting an entire hunting trip. Tags: Elk hunting, hunting scenarios, bugling bulls, stalking bulls, mimicking cows, elk decoys, do decoys work, hunting elk bulls

37 MIN4 d ago
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Michael Batease Elk Hunting Scenarios part 2 ep 11.26

Michael Batease Elk Hunting Scenarios part 1 11.25

EWhat’s Inside: Determining the size of a bull by sound can be deceptive sometimes, says Michael. Michael talks about how to play on the herd dynamics. If a herd bull deals with satellite bulls all day long, how are you going to get him to move? We talk about the different kinds of decoys we’ve used and when they worked well (and when they didn’t). Mentioned in this Episode: Days in the Wild on itunes Days in the Wild on Podbean Phoenix Shooting Bags Elk Calling Academy Elk Calling Academy on Facebook Elk Calling Academy on Youtube Elk Calling Academy on Instagram Short Description: Sometimes just bugling at a bull elk won’t cause any sort of reaction from him. Michael Batease from Elk Calling Academy has expert advice on how you can talk to a bull so that they actually react to you. By recognizing the different kinds of sounds a bull produces, and what those sounds mean can make the difference between putting in elk in the ground and wasting an entire hunting trip. Tags: Elk hun...

59 MIN1 w ago
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Michael Batease Elk Hunting Scenarios part 1 11.25

Hunting With Krissy Hay Knox 11.24

EHunting With Krissy Hay Knox 11.24 Download and Subscribe to Days in The Wild - Big Game Hunting Podcastbrought to you by Phoenix Shooting bags on iTunes, Podbean,Player FM or Sticher. It's FREE! Help keep this podcast free and give us review on Itunes and leave us a comment to let us know how we are doing ! www. Johnstallone.me https://www.instagram.com/johnstallone/ #daysinthewild #johnstallone #interviewswiththemasters #hunting #elkhunting #deerhunting #biggamehunting #archerypractice #spotandstalk #muledeerhunting #couesdeer #couesdeerhunting #ibexhunting #antelopehunting #whitetailhunting #bowhunter #bowhunting #johnstallone

43 MIN2 w ago
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Hunting With Krissy Hay Knox 11.24

The Crew talking While on Quarintine in Argentina bonus episode

ETitle: Big Game Hunting in Argentina During a PandemicShow Notes:Big game hunting in South America takes on a whole new dimension when you add in apandemic, a quarantine, a little civil unrest, and the most unbelievably gorgeous scenery. I waslooking for my gold trophy class, so I share some details about my hunt. My wife and friends talkabout their impressions of Argentina, and their experiences about the trophy hunt.First of all, the itinerary did not tell us there was going to be a small revolution while we weredown there. After having been reassured in October that everything was totally under control,we were surprised by the graffiti, crowds, and a tear gas experience while out in a restaurant.Our guides took us out in the morning, and the mist was pretty incredible. We hunted for redstag, fallow deer, and Axis deer. There was wildlife everywhere, and it was the perfect situationfor cover, with bushes almost the exact, right distance from each other.There was a lot of respect f...

98 MIN3 w ago
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The Crew talking While on Quarintine in Argentina bonus episode

Red Stags, Social Revolutions and Corona Virus Qurantine in Argentina 11.23

EHunting For Red Stag in Argentina During a PandemicShow Notes:It was about 10 years ago when I first started looking into doing a big hunt, but it took that longto get everything lined up just right. I knew that I wanted to go to Argentina instead of a placelike New Zealand because I wanted to hunt for red stag. It wasn’t until I connected with myfriend Nico who owns an outfit down in Argentina that I could get everything pulled together, butI never anticipated how a worldwide pandemic would impact all of my carefully made plans.One of the reasons I chose Argentina is because red stag have been there longer, since the1800s and the herds are almost native at this point. I prepared for shooting at deer and not elk,but the bone structure of red stag is more dense than elk. I talk about how this impacted myhunt with them and what I’d do differently next time.It took us a little while to realize that we were caught between the pandemic, possible jail time inArgentina for breaking the q...

69 MIN3 w ago
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Red Stags, Social Revolutions and Corona Virus Qurantine in Argentina 11.23

Candy Yow 11.22

ETitle: Teaching Women to Hunt with ConfidenceShow Notes:A great teacher who is passionate about a subject can pass that love and passion along to theirstudents. Candy Yow runs Ladies Hunting from Oregon, and teaches women in organized huntsall over the west to feel confident with their new sport. She says that women need confidencebuilding hunts to help them love hunting.Candy’s husband wanted to teach her to hunt, but Candy realized pretty quickly that she didn’twant to listen to him. For many couples, it’s better learning from someone other than yourspouse.We have both noticed that the right gear and clothes for women will make a difference in howmuch women enjoy hunting. We talk about some of our favorite gear that really takesperformance to the next level.Women need education about hunting to build confidence and also to teach them safety skills.Her hunting camps teach women the farm to table approach, including hunting, field dressing,and cooking the animals. She shares some...

39 MINMAY 4
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Candy Yow 11.22

Scott Ellis 4x Grand National Champion Turkey Caller 11.20

ETurkey Hunting secrets withScott Ellis 4x Grand National Champion Turkey Caller 11.20 in this episode we talk about: Locating birds in areas you never hunted Calling in henned up birds What to do when you are not hearing gobbles How to call to quiet birds How to blind call for turkey Should I use a turkey Decoy Another podcast Episode with Scott Ellis #turkeyhunter #turkeyhunting #turkeyseason

45 MINAPR 24
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Scott Ellis 4x Grand National Champion Turkey Caller 11.20

Zach Sandau using OnX Maps to Improve Your Hunting Sucess 11.19

EEpisode #: 302 Title: Hunt Smarter, Not Harder With onX Maps Show Notes: I’ve been using onX maps as a guide and on my own hunts for a while now, and I consider them my secret to a better hunt. I talk with Zach Sandau from onX about how he uses the tool, how it’s evolved over the last 6 or 7 years, and why using it has changed his hunting habits. For Zach, one of the reasons this resource is so crucial are the many checkerboard boundaries that exist all over the country. If you’re driving down the road and you see what looks like a great area, how do you know for sure if you’re looking at public or private land? Zach talks about how he uses the map to find access roads to public lands, and how he uses the public/private land angle as he’s out hunting (and it’s a pretty genius idea). By marking out where he sees a herd throughout the year, Zach can better predict where the herd will be at any time during the year. The app helps him get a holistic picture of the herd, like where...

43 MINAPR 20
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Zach Sandau using OnX Maps to Improve Your Hunting Sucess 11.19

Turkey Hunting in AZ Chris Heilman 11.18

ETurkey Hunting in AZ Chris Heilman 11.18 Quick bonus episode about hunting turkey in AZ. How to tips on how to hunt Turkey in AZ Locating Turkey in Arizona

48 MINAPR 16
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Turkey Hunting in AZ Chris Heilman 11.18

Kyle Davidson building a better Arrow 11.17

EEpisode #: 002 Title: Building a Better Arrow For Your Setup Show Notes: Whether you’ve attempted to make your own arrows before with little success or you’ve been custom making arrows for your hunting trips for years, you’ll appreciate the technical breakdown of what actually makes a good arrow. With an engineering background in Research & Development, Kyle Davidson from DCA Arrows approaches arrow building with the same precision that he uses in his day job. Kyle’s friend introduced him to archery, and he was hooked from the start. And of course, it didn’t take him long before he decided to improve on the arrow designs. He was pretty sure that he was fabulous at archery, but soon realized that his superior arrows were what made him look good. Kyle breaks down the anatomy of an arrow, and explains where he does a lot of his fine-tuning to get better results. He finds that the vanes impart stability and a little bit of drag, and he describes how that works. The knock fit is mor...

75 MINAPR 13
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Kyle Davidson building a better Arrow 11.17

Latest Episodes

Michael Batease Elk Hunting Scenarios part 2 ep 11.26

ETitle: The Elk Scenario with Michael Batease (Part 2 of Elk Scenario) Show Notes: I think seeing the same scenarios through the eyes of other hunters is a really great way to see how other hunters who know a thing or two about elk hunting deal differently with the same situation. It can help you compare different hunting strategies, so that when you come up against the same kind of situation, you’ll have some great options. If you’ve got a bull that’s answering you all morning long, but every time you get close, he takes his females and moves just a little bit away, what do you do? The transition between a feeding area and a bedding area may be causing this behavior. Michael talks about what you want to be hearing when the bull is bugling back. Getting close to a bull, but they just don’t want to stand and fight is a little bit like a keyboard warrior. Michael suggests you get parallel to the bull, and talks about how he creates a “story” to attract the interest of the bull by flipping the script on him. We as people have to stay far enough back that the herd bull can’t see us, so getting them to take your challenge seriously can be hard. Michael and I talk about the kind of decoys we’ve used, and what kinds are better for certain circumstances. Hunting on open prairie with nearly no cover is when Michael breaks out the ultimate predator decoy. He talks about how visual stimulation and light calling can be used to work a bull, and get him to move to where you can take him down. Sometimes Michael likes mounting the decoy on his bow to free up his hands which lets him focus on getting closer to the herd. What’s Inside: Determining the size of a bull by sound can be deceptive sometimes, says Michael. Michael talks about how to play on the herd dynamics. If a herd bull deals with satellite bulls all day long, how are you going to get him to move? We talk about the different kinds of decoys we’ve used and when they worked well (and when they didn’t). Mentioned in this Episode: Days in the Wild on itunes Days in the Wild on Podbean Phoenix Shooting Bags Elk Calling Academy Elk Calling Academy on Facebook Elk Calling Academy on Youtube Elk Calling Academy on Instagram Short Description: Sometimes just bugling at a bull elk won’t cause any sort of reaction from him. Michael Batease from Elk Calling Academy has expert advice on how you can talk to a bull so that they actually react to you. By recognizing the different kinds of sounds a bull produces, and what those sounds mean can make the difference between putting in elk in the ground and wasting an entire hunting trip. Tags: Elk hunting, hunting scenarios, bugling bulls, stalking bulls, mimicking cows, elk decoys, do decoys work, hunting elk bulls

37 MIN4 d ago
Comments
Michael Batease Elk Hunting Scenarios part 2 ep 11.26

Michael Batease Elk Hunting Scenarios part 1 11.25

EWhat’s Inside: Determining the size of a bull by sound can be deceptive sometimes, says Michael. Michael talks about how to play on the herd dynamics. If a herd bull deals with satellite bulls all day long, how are you going to get him to move? We talk about the different kinds of decoys we’ve used and when they worked well (and when they didn’t). Mentioned in this Episode: Days in the Wild on itunes Days in the Wild on Podbean Phoenix Shooting Bags Elk Calling Academy Elk Calling Academy on Facebook Elk Calling Academy on Youtube Elk Calling Academy on Instagram Short Description: Sometimes just bugling at a bull elk won’t cause any sort of reaction from him. Michael Batease from Elk Calling Academy has expert advice on how you can talk to a bull so that they actually react to you. By recognizing the different kinds of sounds a bull produces, and what those sounds mean can make the difference between putting in elk in the ground and wasting an entire hunting trip. Tags: Elk hun...

59 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Michael Batease Elk Hunting Scenarios part 1 11.25

Hunting With Krissy Hay Knox 11.24

EHunting With Krissy Hay Knox 11.24 Download and Subscribe to Days in The Wild - Big Game Hunting Podcastbrought to you by Phoenix Shooting bags on iTunes, Podbean,Player FM or Sticher. It's FREE! Help keep this podcast free and give us review on Itunes and leave us a comment to let us know how we are doing ! www. Johnstallone.me https://www.instagram.com/johnstallone/ #daysinthewild #johnstallone #interviewswiththemasters #hunting #elkhunting #deerhunting #biggamehunting #archerypractice #spotandstalk #muledeerhunting #couesdeer #couesdeerhunting #ibexhunting #antelopehunting #whitetailhunting #bowhunter #bowhunting #johnstallone

43 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Hunting With Krissy Hay Knox 11.24

The Crew talking While on Quarintine in Argentina bonus episode

ETitle: Big Game Hunting in Argentina During a PandemicShow Notes:Big game hunting in South America takes on a whole new dimension when you add in apandemic, a quarantine, a little civil unrest, and the most unbelievably gorgeous scenery. I waslooking for my gold trophy class, so I share some details about my hunt. My wife and friends talkabout their impressions of Argentina, and their experiences about the trophy hunt.First of all, the itinerary did not tell us there was going to be a small revolution while we weredown there. After having been reassured in October that everything was totally under control,we were surprised by the graffiti, crowds, and a tear gas experience while out in a restaurant.Our guides took us out in the morning, and the mist was pretty incredible. We hunted for redstag, fallow deer, and Axis deer. There was wildlife everywhere, and it was the perfect situationfor cover, with bushes almost the exact, right distance from each other.There was a lot of respect f...

98 MIN3 w ago
Comments
The Crew talking While on Quarintine in Argentina bonus episode

Red Stags, Social Revolutions and Corona Virus Qurantine in Argentina 11.23

EHunting For Red Stag in Argentina During a PandemicShow Notes:It was about 10 years ago when I first started looking into doing a big hunt, but it took that longto get everything lined up just right. I knew that I wanted to go to Argentina instead of a placelike New Zealand because I wanted to hunt for red stag. It wasn’t until I connected with myfriend Nico who owns an outfit down in Argentina that I could get everything pulled together, butI never anticipated how a worldwide pandemic would impact all of my carefully made plans.One of the reasons I chose Argentina is because red stag have been there longer, since the1800s and the herds are almost native at this point. I prepared for shooting at deer and not elk,but the bone structure of red stag is more dense than elk. I talk about how this impacted myhunt with them and what I’d do differently next time.It took us a little while to realize that we were caught between the pandemic, possible jail time inArgentina for breaking the q...

69 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Red Stags, Social Revolutions and Corona Virus Qurantine in Argentina 11.23

Candy Yow 11.22

ETitle: Teaching Women to Hunt with ConfidenceShow Notes:A great teacher who is passionate about a subject can pass that love and passion along to theirstudents. Candy Yow runs Ladies Hunting from Oregon, and teaches women in organized huntsall over the west to feel confident with their new sport. She says that women need confidencebuilding hunts to help them love hunting.Candy’s husband wanted to teach her to hunt, but Candy realized pretty quickly that she didn’twant to listen to him. For many couples, it’s better learning from someone other than yourspouse.We have both noticed that the right gear and clothes for women will make a difference in howmuch women enjoy hunting. We talk about some of our favorite gear that really takesperformance to the next level.Women need education about hunting to build confidence and also to teach them safety skills.Her hunting camps teach women the farm to table approach, including hunting, field dressing,and cooking the animals. She shares some...

39 MINMAY 4
Comments
Candy Yow 11.22

Scott Ellis 4x Grand National Champion Turkey Caller 11.20

ETurkey Hunting secrets withScott Ellis 4x Grand National Champion Turkey Caller 11.20 in this episode we talk about: Locating birds in areas you never hunted Calling in henned up birds What to do when you are not hearing gobbles How to call to quiet birds How to blind call for turkey Should I use a turkey Decoy Another podcast Episode with Scott Ellis #turkeyhunter #turkeyhunting #turkeyseason

45 MINAPR 24
Comments
Scott Ellis 4x Grand National Champion Turkey Caller 11.20

Zach Sandau using OnX Maps to Improve Your Hunting Sucess 11.19

EEpisode #: 302 Title: Hunt Smarter, Not Harder With onX Maps Show Notes: I’ve been using onX maps as a guide and on my own hunts for a while now, and I consider them my secret to a better hunt. I talk with Zach Sandau from onX about how he uses the tool, how it’s evolved over the last 6 or 7 years, and why using it has changed his hunting habits. For Zach, one of the reasons this resource is so crucial are the many checkerboard boundaries that exist all over the country. If you’re driving down the road and you see what looks like a great area, how do you know for sure if you’re looking at public or private land? Zach talks about how he uses the map to find access roads to public lands, and how he uses the public/private land angle as he’s out hunting (and it’s a pretty genius idea). By marking out where he sees a herd throughout the year, Zach can better predict where the herd will be at any time during the year. The app helps him get a holistic picture of the herd, like where...

43 MINAPR 20
Comments
Zach Sandau using OnX Maps to Improve Your Hunting Sucess 11.19

Turkey Hunting in AZ Chris Heilman 11.18

ETurkey Hunting in AZ Chris Heilman 11.18 Quick bonus episode about hunting turkey in AZ. How to tips on how to hunt Turkey in AZ Locating Turkey in Arizona

48 MINAPR 16
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Turkey Hunting in AZ Chris Heilman 11.18

Kyle Davidson building a better Arrow 11.17

EEpisode #: 002 Title: Building a Better Arrow For Your Setup Show Notes: Whether you’ve attempted to make your own arrows before with little success or you’ve been custom making arrows for your hunting trips for years, you’ll appreciate the technical breakdown of what actually makes a good arrow. With an engineering background in Research & Development, Kyle Davidson from DCA Arrows approaches arrow building with the same precision that he uses in his day job. Kyle’s friend introduced him to archery, and he was hooked from the start. And of course, it didn’t take him long before he decided to improve on the arrow designs. He was pretty sure that he was fabulous at archery, but soon realized that his superior arrows were what made him look good. Kyle breaks down the anatomy of an arrow, and explains where he does a lot of his fine-tuning to get better results. He finds that the vanes impart stability and a little bit of drag, and he describes how that works. The knock fit is mor...

75 MINAPR 13
Comments
Kyle Davidson building a better Arrow 11.17
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