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Deer Hunting East Australia

Deer hunting in the South Pacific is an adventure worth living. We’ve hunted this region multiple times, and have connected with an outfitter who offers exceptional hunts for rusa, fallow and axis deer, along with red stag, both free range and on private estates. Brisbane is the hub town, making it a great combination for hunting and a family vacation.

Essential Gear: ThermaCELL Heated Insoles

Keeping your feet warm is important when it comes to staying outdoors for extended periods. ThermaCell’s Heated Insoles operate by way of a wireless remote. The insoles can be trimmed to fit, and with temperatures reaching over 110º, you’re sure to keep toasty warm.

Archery Shot Placement For Antelope

Pronghorn are surprisingly small-statured, meaning shot placement is critical for bowhunters. Fortunately, the natural brown and white body coloration of an antelope will help archers focus when it comes time for the shot.

Electronic Calls For Black Bear

Calling black bears can be very effective in both the spring and fall seasons. Here's a tip on calling fall black bears, that also works in the spring season. Make sure electronic calls are legal for bears in the state you plan on hunting.

Archery Ground Blind Hunting Tip

Simulating hunting situations is some of the best bow practice there is. Here, Scott Haugen shares how to prepare for archery hunting from a ground blind.

How To Butcher A Whole Deer On Your Own

In this 45 minute seminar demonstration, noted authors, speakers and TV personalities, Scott and Tiffany Haugen, show how to butcher your own deer. They also detail how to cut up your meat and get the most from cooking all the cuts.

Water Buffalo Hunting North Australia

Looking for the perfect water buffalo hunting adventure in the Australian Outback? This is it! We’ve hunted here multiple times, have taken record class animals, and seen world record class bulls. There is also world-class banteng taken each year and the wild pig hunting is some of the best in the world. The outfitter is top notch, the hunting second to none. This is a great place for families to travel to, enjoying the hunt and a vacation around Darwin and the Great Barrier Reef.

Standard Approach To Caping Big Game

Caping big game is easy, you just have to know what cuts to make. Scott Haugen, longtime author and TV host, has caped hundreds of big game animals over the years, and shares how simple it really is. When in the field for extended periods, caping your big game animal is a good skill to know if wishing to have it mounted.

How To Skin & Quarter A Black Bear

Learn how to skin and quarter a black bear while in the field. This approach works on any bear, or any big game animal. Noted author, TV host and speaker, Scott Haugen, has skinned and butchered numerous big game animals, and shows how it’s done, here.

Skinning Big Game: Hang & Skin Method

Many hunters are able to gut their animals in the field, then get the animal home or back to camp, whole. Here’s how to hang and skin a big game animal, as demonstrated by author and TV personality, Scott Haugen.

Big Game Field Care: Gutless Method

There are many ways to field dress big game, but the gutless method is likely the quickest and cleanest. Scott Haugen shares how it’s done on an elk, a method that works on all big game.

Meat Care While Afield

We hunt to eat wild game. Professional writer and TV host, Scott Haugen and his family live on wild game, and optimizing the meat they eat starts in the field. Here are some tips to help make the most of your game meat.

Field Judging Bears

Bears are one of North America’s most challenging animals to field judge. Here, Scott Haugen, who has taken many bears, shares 5 tips he adheres to when looking for a trophy class bear.

Good-To-Go Dehydrated Food Packets

Looking for a lightweight, healthy meal that’s simple to prepare while hunting, fishing, camping or hiking? This is it!

Idaho Fall Bear Hunt

If looking for a fall black bear hunt in central Idaho, this is one we’ve been on many times. Hunting options include running hounds, or going spot and stalk. As part of Outdoorsnow.com, we offer a booking agency, working with outfitters we’ve personally hunted or fished with, people we put our name and reputation behind.

3D Target Shooting For Youth

Learn how to make archery shooting fun for youth, and how implementing 3D targets can be educational when it comes to learning shot placement. Here, a youth shares these valuable tips, making it fun for other youth shooters to watch.

Long Range Archery Practice

Learn the value of practicing with your bow at long range. Follow these suggestions by author and TV host, Scott Haugen, and you will become a better shot.

In The Field Bow Practice

Just because you’re on the hunt doesn’t mean shooting practice should stop. Here, outdoor writer and TV personality, Scott Haugen, shares in the field shooting tips that have helped him over the years.

Bow Care When In The Field

When in the field, frequently check all parts of your bow to make sure everything is solid and efficiently working. Hunting can be hard on equipment, even bows. Here’s what to look for.

Bow Maintenance While On the Road

When in the field, frequently check all parts of your bow to make sure everything is solid and efficiently working. Hunting can be hard on equipment, even bows. Here’s what to look for.

Close Range Archery Practice

Good archery shooting form is built through repetition, and it doesn’t require long shots. Here, Scott Haugen shares valuable tips to help archers increase accuracy.

Getting The Most Of Your Archery Pro Shop

Before the season starts and between hunts, visit your local archery pro shop. Professionals will help insure your bow is in working order and safe to shoot.

Practical Bow Shooting Practice

To be the best shot possible in hunting situations, practice the shots and shot angles you’ll find yourself in. Scott Haugen shares how it’s done.

Idaho Spring Bear Hunt

Black bear hunting is one of the fastest growing segments in the hunting world, and with good reason. Bear densities are high and predation on elk and deer, substantial. In some areas of the Pac. NW, bears kill 75% of elk herds. This hunt takes place in central Idaho, and is one we’ve been on many times over the years. Due to the dense timber and rugged terrain, all hunts are conducted over bait. As part of Outdoorsnow.com, we offer a booking agency, working with outfitters we’ve personally hunted or fished with, people we put our name and reputation behind.

Ranging Big Game For Bowhunters

Rangefinders could be a bowhunter’s most valuable tool. Here’s how author and TV host, Scott Haugen, relies on his rangefinder to optimize shot placement.

Getting In Shape For The Hunt

You don’t have to be a hard-core athlete to be an effective hunter. Here, Scott Haugen offers guidelines to get in shape for the hunt.

Determining Your Effective Range

Want to figure out your effective bow range? See how noted author and TV host, Scott Haugen, does it!

Bear Shot Placement For Bowhunters

Hit properly, bears expire very quickly. Hit poorly, a bear may never be recovered. Here, Scott Haugen, who has taken many bears with archery gear, details where to shoot a bear with a bow and arrow.

General Tips For Rattling Deer

Rattling blacktail deer can be done in many ways. There are several things to take into consideration when rattling blacktail deer, not the least of which are wind direction, hunter pressure, elevation, weather, buck to doe ratios, buck densities and whether or not you're looking to put meat in the freezer or score on a record class buck. Here, noted blacktail authority, Scott Haugen, shares an approach he's had success with when it comes to rattling for any size blacktail buck. He's also had this technique work on whitetails and mule deer.

Aggressive Rattling For Deer

When rattling amid harsh conditions, or if searching for trophy-class blacktail deer, this is one of the approaches noted author, Scott Haugen, relies on. If you find an area with fresh rubs on good sized trees, and subsequent rubs made over the previous three to five years, you know you're in a good spot to rattle in a mature blacktail buck.

Meat Care In Camp

Caring for big game meat should start the moment an animal is down. Once in camp, there are steps you can take to optimize the quality of the meat, starting with this tip.

Remove The Gland From Big Game Hind Quarters

Inside the hind quarter of big game animals there is a gland that should be removed. This gland, if cooked with or mixed into the grind for burger, can taint the flavor of your meat. Here's where the gland is located within the hind quarter and now to remove it.

Scouting Waterholes For Mule Deer

Water holes are a great place for big game to congregate, especially in dry habitats. Here's a mule deer scouting tip to help you learn about the animals in the area you'll be hunting.

Knife Sharpeners For In The Field

When in the field on big game hunts, having a sharp knife is important for making safe cuts and getting the job done efficiently. Here, Scott Haugen, shares what sharpeners he uses in the field, and how to use them.

Scroll The Land To Find Deer

Want to spot more big game? Try scrolling the land as you go. Scrolling the land is a safe, effective way to spot deer, elk, bear, pronghorns, and more, before they spot you.

Scouting For Mule Deer

Here's a mule deer scouting tip to help fill that prized tag.

Cooling Hind Quarters In The Field

Hind quarters of big game animals retain a lot of heat. Here's a tip to get those hind quarters quickly cooling, whereby optimizing the table fare.

How To Cape An Antelope

Caping your own big game animal is easy. Here, Scott Haugen shares how to cape a pronghorn on your own.

Archery Accessories Gift Ideas

Looking for a gift for dad or other archers you know? Here's are some archery accessory options presented by outdoor writer and OutdoorsNow.com contributor, Paul Atkins.

Cleaning Bloodshot From Big Game

Cleaning the bloodshot tissues away from big game meat is vital in an effort to retain the best eating meat possible. Whether an animal is taken with a rifle or bow, there's almost bloodshot tissues that should be removed. Here's how it's done.

Knife Sharpening At Camp

When in the field there are steps you can take to keep your knife sharp. If the knife does become dull, a quick honing will regain the edge so you can safely finish the job.

Essential Gear: Hydration System

Staying hydrated is one of the most important rules when hunting out West, or anywhere in the world. A quality hydration system is a must, and here are some tips to help make your time afield safe and productive.

Binocular Option

Noted author, TV host and OutdoorsNow.com contributor, Gary Lewis, shares a great gift idea for dad. Binoculars are an important piece of gear, and Gary shares why he likes these.


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Summer Hog Hunting Adventure

When Paul Atkins leaves his teaching job in Alaska for the summer, he heads to Oklahoma, where the hunting never stops!

Late Season Bowhunting Basics For Whitetails

Late season whitetail deer hunting can be the toughest hunt of all. Here, noted author and hunter, Paul Atkins shares some of his tips for success.

Bowhunting Elk: Shot Placement

Here's what to look for when it comes to arrow placement on elk.





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