Would They Be Disappointed?

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arrowhead

While aimlessly wandering the juniper flats of Northern Arizona in search of shed elk antlers every spring, I often stumble across arrowheads abandoned in the shifting soils. It seems that I find one every time I head out. These lost relics appear with the spring erosion of melting snow, begging for their story to be revived by elicit day dreaming. … Read More

Shoot, or Pass?

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full draw on bull elk

In September 2019 I had an archery tag to hunt elk in one of Arizona’s best unit. During the season, at least 5 or 6 other hunters killed bulls that we near or over 400″. Honestly, it was probably more than that, but I want to be conservative. On day 3 of the hunt, I maneuvered into 40 yards of … Read More

TMP Fishing & Our Personal YT Channels

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fishing logo

Over the last few months, it’s become clear to us, that our YouTube channel needs to be singularly focused on hunting (and maybe some off-road stuff). We’ve added a handful of fishing videos, and while we admit they’re not our best work… the analytics of those videos make it clear that we’re really known for hunting. So over the next … Read More

The Season 6 YouTube Event and Giveaway

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YouTube Channel

We’re still wrapping up some details on the upcoming Season 6 video series, and more importantly the Season 6 Dream Hunt Giveaway. But we wanted to update you on where we’re at with it currently. At one point, if you’ve stayed up to date with our Channel, you know we had decided to do away with Season series videos and … Read More

Extend Your Season By Hunting Javelina

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javelina hunting

For a lot of hunters, the end of the calendar year brings with it the end of the hunting season. And with that, our activities begin to change – sliding back into the daily grind we know for most of the year. We patiently count down the days until August when hunting season kicks off again. But what if January … Read More

Western States Draw Strategy

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bowhunting elk

In the last several years, more and more hunters have started expanding their hunt opportunities by traveling to other states to hunt. With so much of the fall open for hunting throughout the various states, the opportunities are immense, but the more you take advantage of, the more time and money it’s going to cost. We just got an email … Read More