Trevor’s Final Hunt for Indigo

Trevor Whitetail

by Trevor Brittingham I recently returned from a late season whitetail hunt at Rancho Encantado in Dimmit County, Texas. What happened will go down in history as one of the greatest hunts of my life. I was hunting a buck that I've been chasing for the past five years. He's a 14 year old legend we call Indigo, and he's been an impossible deer to hunt for his entire mature life (since he was … [Read more...]

WORKOUT: No Shape to Elk Shape – Week 1

Successful elk hunters

Workout for hunters from TrainToHunt.com Looking for a workout to get you in shape for hunting season? Here you go. Jump to week: 1 *get more workouts at www.traintohunt.com Day 1 Baseline testing Baseline testing is an important part of any fitness program. Just like hunting, in order to know where your going,t you have to first know where you are. Equipment needed: 20 inch step, a … [Read more...]

VIDEO: Jaken Warnke Texas Hunt

Marc-and-Jaken-Warnke-Texas-Youth-Hunt

Watch as Outdoors International owner Marc Warnke takes his seven year old son Jaken on his first youth hunt in South Texas for a management whitetail. Then, they head over to the Texas Hill Country for an exotic hunt where Jaken tags an awesome Corsican sheep. Jaken is all smiles with his management buck. Jaken and Marc drove on over to the Texas Hill Country for a little … [Read more...]

Archery Bear Hunting With My Family

Cory Bear with family

I guided bear hunters during the Idaho spring black bear season.... it feels like a lifetime ago. We had a lot of fun, but we worked hard. After all of the hunters had gone home, there was still one evening left of the season and I decided to hunt one of the baits. One bear bait in particular showed signs of a large boar hitting it pretty regularly (this was before we had trail cameras) so I … [Read more...]

Best Areas to Hunt Alaska Brown Bears

Huge brown bear

Biggest of the big, but not necessarily baddest of the bad, Brown Bears (as we hunters refer to them) except for Kodiak Brown Bears, are technically classified as the same species as Grizzlies, even though Brown Bears tend to grow substantially larger, live in closer proximity to one another and in general have a less ornery disposition than their interior cousins the Grizzly. However, this … [Read more...]