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John Stallone Host of Days in The Wild Interviews professional hunters , and hunting industry leaders on bowhunting, deer hunting, elk hunting, big game hunting, whitetail, mule deer, antelope, moose, bear, ibex and everything in between to bring you the best tips and tactic to help you improve your hunting success. The goal of this podcast is to educate and inform by covering topics ranging from hunting, fishing, wildlife, elk, moose, bighorn sheep, mule deer and coues deer, ibex, wild turkey, whitetail, hunting tips and tactics, guides, outfitters, archery, bowhunting, rifle hunting, and much more

Days In The Wild - Big game Hunting podcast John Stallone

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John Stallone Host of Days in The Wild Interviews professional hunters , and hunting industry leaders on bowhunting, deer hunting, elk hunting, big game hunting, whitetail, mule deer, antelope, moose, bear, ibex and everything in between to bring you the best tips and tactic to help you improve your hunting success. The goal of this podcast is to educate and inform by covering topics ranging from hunting, fishing, wildlife, elk, moose, bighorn sheep, mule deer and coues deer, ibex, wild turkey, whitetail, hunting tips and tactics, guides, outfitters, archery, bowhunting, rifle hunting, and much more

    Michael Batease Elk Hunting Scenarios part 1 11.25

    Michael Batease Elk Hunting Scenarios part 1 11.25

    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

    • 59 min
    Hunting With Krissy Hay Knox 11.24

    Hunting With Krissy Hay Knox 11.24

    Hunting With Krissy Hay Knox 11.24
     
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    • 43 min
    The Crew talking While on Quarintine in Argentina bonus episode

    The Crew talking While on Quarintine in Argentina bonus episode

    Title: 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 for the animals, from the guides to the drivers to the hunters. Ourwives talk about what surprised them about the hunt. They realized that the shot is such a smallpart of the hunt. The calm before the shoot, the stalking, and all of the work to get to the top ofthe mountain; they’re all a much bigger part of the hunt than they realized.The food was unbelievable, and we’ve never eaten so many wild game dishes where each dishis better than the last. The topography, the landscape; it was just all amazing.We kept getting hints that things in the outside world were not going well. After a visit fromChilean immigration, we had to contact the U.S. embassy, and we realized that all internationalflights were being canceled. We had a small window to return to the United States before wewere stranded in South America until June. Stay tuned for part 2.
    What’s Inside:● Taking friends and wives along on a big game hunt in Argentina was an unforgettableexperience.● The topography, weather, and animals in a totally new locale made the experienceunlike any other.● Our trip was made more exciting by tear gas, civil unrest, and the Coronsvirus. Plus, aquarantine, and nearly getting stuck in South America.● Our wives share their experiences, feelings, and thoughts about the hunt.
    Tags:Argentina hunt, fallow deer hunt, Axis deer hunt, exotic hunting, big game hunt, hunting during aquarantine, big game in Argentina, big game hunt in Chile

    • 1 hr 38 min
    Red Stags, Social Revolutions and Corona Virus Qurantine in Argentina 11.23

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

    Hunting 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 quarantine, and panic because the flights kept getting canceled. Wewere a couple of hundred miles from Buenos Aires, and we had spotty wi-fi in the middle of theday. Probably the most difficult part of this trip was how hard it was to communicate with theoutside world.Since we were quarantined by the government, we decided to use this opportunity to go afteranother stag. I had that stag fever, and you know how hard that is to shake once you’ve got it.The ranch owner offered to let me shoot anything for $1,500, so we were all trying to make thebest out of the situation. However, nothing, and I mean nothing, worked out the way I planned.I want to recognize all of the positive parts of this experience because it’s easy to focus on thenegative ones. People I hadn’t talked to in years contacted me to help us get out. I got my stagthat I’d always wanted. And despite everything, I would go back and do it again. It was anamazing experience.What’s Inside:● If you like elk hunting, you’ll love red stag hunting, which was the entire reason I choseArgentina.● I share some of the unique challenges with red stag hunting.● In spite of all of the craziness with the pandemic, we were still out there hunting trying totake our minds off of things.● So many people reached out to me to help us try to get out of Argentina when it lookedlike all of the flights were canceled.● Every step of the way, something new and crazy got thrown in our path.
    Mentioned in this Episode:Days in the Wild on itunesDays in the Wild on PodbeanPhoenix Shooting Bags
    Short Description:With some time now between my big hunting trip to Argentina and my return to the States, I canlook back with some perspective on how everything went down. There were a hundredunplanned, irritating things that happened, but also some amazing experiences that I will neverforget. I talk about my stag fever, the one that almost got away, and trying to get out of thecountry when no airlines were flying. It was an unforgettable trip, in more ways than one.
    Tags:Argentina stag hunting, hunting in a pandemic, red stag hunting, South American hunts, huntingtrip of a lifetime, hunting during quarantine, big game hunting

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Candy Yow 11.22

    Candy Yow 11.22

    Title: 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 of the first kill experiences she’s been able to sharein.The best gateway hunt, according to Candy, are the cow elk tags or the deprivation tags. It’s aneasy hunt that builds a lot of confidence for women, and it’s the one she usually turns to for herclients. In Wyoming, the Women’s Only Antelope Hunt pairs them with a mentor, and Candyrecommends it too.The most memorable hunt Candy’s been on wasn’t really about her. She focused on helping hersister regain her confidence and deal with her grief. Her story really illustrates how much ofhunting is in your head and heart.Ladies Hunting is currently planning numerous hunts later this year. This could be a great gift foryourself or your spouse to help them become more self-confident out in the wild.What’s Inside:● By focusing on finding success in a hunt, Candy teaches women to love hunting.● Why proper gear for women will help them become better hunters.● The easiest and most accessible hunts for women and youth.● Candy’s most memorable hunt that brought a lot of healing to her family.
    Mentioned in this Episode:Days in the Wild on itunesDays in the Wild on PodbeanPhoenix Shooting BagsWomen’s Wyoming Antelope HuntLadiesHunting.comCandy Yow’s TV show
    Tags:ladies hunting, hunting gear for women, building confidence in hunting, women’s hunting camps,hunting teachers, teaching women about hunting, women’s antelope hunt,

    • 39 min
    Scott Ellis 4x Grand National Champion Turkey Caller 11.20

    Scott Ellis 4x Grand National Champion Turkey Caller 11.20

    Turkey Hunting secrets with Scott 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
     
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    • 45 min

Customer Reviews

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287 Ratings

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Haven’t found an episode that hasn’t provided value

Love listening to this podcast, John is very knowledgeable and brings on great guests. Provides tremendous value on every episode! A must listen for any outdoorsman!!

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Interviews with the hunting masters

Same great content and format with some well deserved name synergy. Interviews with hunting masters wasn’t pretentious... there are states like Oregon with draw hunts for “master hunters” only. Its a legitimate qualification that is earned, its not a brag. Even if it was, this John and his guests certainly qualify. I do support the name change, good call.

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