Come along to Namibia with the hunters of Russell Outdoor Guides for some fantastic bowhunting action. This is part two of a multi-part series to come. Consider subscribing to our Youtube channel and thanks for watching.
All the critters in the deer woods are in constant communication. Getting to know the sounds and their meanings is a plus in hunting whitetails. However, the same critters can rat you out if you are not careful.
Incredible head cam archery coyote hunt in snow, 100% Film It Yourself. Shawn's coyote hunt in first person. More coyote and other hunting adventures at http://solvidsystems.com/videos/hunting/. Add any camera or camcorder with a tripod thread and you have a head camera with film quality dependent on the camera being used.
Shawn spots, stalks, films and kills an archery mule deer, 100% film it yourself style. Watch many more FIY hunts at http://SolvidFIY.com. A very respectable mule deer dies after Shawn stalks within 25 yards of the buck on a mule deer bow hunt.
Hunter, Videographer, Editor: Shawn Jackson
Music Produced by Phat Records
All the hard work of planting a food plot can quickly be lost if deer get to the forage too quickly. This is especially true in summer plantings of forage soybeans. In order to prevent this from happening, we like to use a product called Milorganite which is available at virtually any home improvement store. Simply spread a heavy covering across your food plots right after planting. The offensive odor and any fencing barrier you use should keep deer away for a few weeks to allow germination and the food plot to begin growing before receiving grazing pressure from whitetails.
I took a father/son trip to BC with my son for graduation in June 2013 to bear hunt with Babine Guide Outfitters. My son took his 1st (ever) and 2nd bears with his rifle and I took 1 with my Mathews Chill. This is the bow footage.
Each of these bows you see in this video have the result of speed and softness as well as good American bows. One man, a small workshop, a minimum of tools and technical capabilities. But a remarkable sense and motivation lead to results
Here is a little video i put together from a couple hunts back in my high school days. Its just two best friends doing what they love together and having some fun. I am just coming back from overseas so expect some more videos in the near future. Thanks for watching, leave us some feedback.
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....and getting up close and personal with the deer. I see that the buck I named Little Warty has made it through the mild winter in good shape. Well, in body size anyway. It seems his condition has worsened some. That thing on his neck looks horrid....amazed at how the deer didn't spook to the thing in the bushes. The one doe stomping looks like she is going to have triplets with the size of her gut. The hens once again are out on their own with no sight nor sound of suitors.
An Easter evening ride had me come across a group of tom turkeys gathering in an open field. It was like a boys night out feeding in the field with the local herd of whitetail deer looking on. The double bearded old gobbler will have some stout competition for the breeding rights, for sure. A hen turkey shows just how fast she can run from the camera. The hunting season is weeks away,just up the road.