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Trail Camera Placement & Location

Trail Camera Placement & Location

Trail Camera Placement & Location There are several things to considering when placing your trail camera.  First, how much did it cost and can you afford to have it stolen off public land?  It unfortunate, but yes, this situation has to be considered.  The most local placement for trail cameras is often at water sources, […]

Camera Set-up…. Which One?

Camera Set-up…. Which One?

Camera Set-up…. Which One? There are several options for which type of camera to use for ones hunts.  Personal preference between video cameras and point & shoot video cameras are just that… preference.  Is one better than the other? Absolutely.  The best option is the one that works the best for what you are trying […]

The Chase is On

The Chase is On

The Chase is On Self-filming a hunt is difficult enough.  Trying to capture the essence of the hunt, wildlife in their natural habitat, and a successful harvest seems almost impossible at time. Can hunts be easier to film from a tree stand or ground blind? Possibly, but it not a given.  The most difficult hunt […]

Elk Lasagna Soup….. Um Um Good!

Elk Lasagna Soup….. Um Um Good!

Elk Lasagna Soup….. Um Um Good! Who doesn’t like a good soup?  With today’s busy schedules, preparing a home cooked meal seems almost unrealistic.  As an alternative, we find ourselves spending ridiculous amounts of money going out to restaurants. Let’s face it, you can probably cook better than 99% of the places you eat at […]

Self-Filming Rifle Hunts is easier….or is it?

Self-Filming Rifle Hunts is easier….or is it?

First, there is nothing easy about self-filming and hunting.  Yes, while filming a rifle hunt you may be able to get away with a little more movement and noise than if you were in a tree stand.  However, there are a different set of challenges when filming rifle hunts, especially if they are a spot […]

The Ever Important…. Trail Camera

The Ever Important…. Trail Camera

  The use of trail cameras not only helps to assist in observing wild game for your hunting preparations, but can also be a useful tool within your short films.  We, as self-filmers are limited to what we can capture on the video camera.  The reason, we don’t live in the wild 24/7 and we […]

Thieves & Trailcameras

Thieves & Trailcameras

The value of having trail cameras, in the field, to act as your 24 hour set of eyes is invaluable for observing wild game in your area and increasing your chances for success. However, they are only good… IF THEY ARE WHERE YOU LEFT THEM. There is a seemingly growing putrid problem with thieves stealing […]

Why Short Films?

Why Short Films?

Do you have hours of uninterrupted time each night to watch TV and catchup on all of your recorded shows? Most likely, not. But if you do, then why are you spending so much time watching TV? What hap­pens when you either miss or your DVR doesn’t record your favorite hunting show(s)? How long do […]

Black Bears (Color Phase)

Black Bears (Color Phase)

Arizona is known for great hunting.  What many may not realize is the quality and variety of color phase black bears that exist on the White Mountain Apache Reservation.  This area is truly a mecca for great bears.  As estimated in 2016, there was a population of approximately 33,000 black bears on the reservation. In […]

Self-Filming & Short Films

Self-Filming & Short Films

You have to be half crazy to self-film hunts; however, embracing the challenge is well worth the reward. As if hunting big game wasn’t difficult and frustrating enough at times, self-filming adds another level of complexity.  As hunters, it’s exactly what we need (jokingly), more to think about and do when the moment of truth […]

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