Manitoba Spring Black Bear Archery Hunt

Published on Oct 8, 2018: Best of both worlds. Exciting evening of bear hunting where we see several bear and harvest a mature boar. Morning and midday hours are spent walleye fishing on nearby lakes for the ultimate hunting and Read More »

Rutting Ridge Foundation Deer Hunt

Published on Aug 18, 2018: Anything is possible in this world with a little bit of ingenuity and kindness. Two brothers born with a rare disability get the opportunity to hunt deer with Rutting Ridge Outfitters near Alma, Wisconsin. Each Read More »

Public Land Archery Mule Deer

Published on Aug 10, 2018: Late season spot and stalk in the North Dakota badlands on public land. PFTH staff member Tayler Michels arrows an old mule deer buck. Additional insights from the Mule Deer Foundation. Read More »

South Dakota Roosters in the Snow

Published on Aug 5, 2018: Late season pheasant hunt in the cold and snow. Great dog work, hunting near Kimball, SD with Wings of Thunder. Joined by members of the California Deer Association on an auctioned trip to support hunter Read More »

Deer Hunting near the Bull Mountains of Montana

Published on Jul 30, 2018: Hunting with Best of the Bulls outfitters near Billings, Montana. We find numbers of both mule deer and whitetails and have several encounters with quality bucks. Read More »

Kansas Waterfowl Hunting Traditions

Published on Jul 22, 2018: Three day hunt in January during unseasonably mild weather and a reverse migration. Canada geese over field decoy spreads capped off with a fun water spread on a Kansas reservoir for mallards and geese. Hunting Read More »

Opening Day GIANT velvet buck in North Dakota

Published on Jul 14, 2018: Jason Mitchell arrows a massive velvet whitetail buck on the opening evening of the North Dakota archery season. Incredible hunt where all the scouting and preseason work comes together in one memorable evening. Read More »

Spring Turkey Hunting out of the Primos 360 Blind

Published on Jul 9, 2018: Passion for the Hunt heads to Wisconsin to test out the Primos 360 Blind on some gobbling spring turkeys. First episode brings us to Wisconsin for the spring turkey season with Chris and Rick Anderson. Read More »

Bears of Wekusko

By Jason Mitchell/ Passion for the Hunt Television For many bow hunters in the Midwest and eastern half of the United States, much of our past experience archery hunting involves whitetail deer.  Other species or opportunities often require a road Read More »

Bow Hunting Big Wisconsin Bucks

Published on Aug 14, 2017 Buffalo County Wisconsin is one of the top counties in the nation for big bucks. Follow Chris Anderson as he goes in pursuit of these giant deer.   Read More »

Field Hunting Ducks

Published on Aug 3, 2017 PFTH showcases early and late season field hunts for mallards. Awesome footage of decoying ducks.   Read More »

Late Season South Dakota Pheasants

Published on Jul 27, 2017 PFTH host Jason Mitchell joins Brad Donald from Wings of Thunder Lodge near Kimball, South Dakota for a late season pheasant hunt. Exceptional dog work and huge numbers of pheasants!   Read More »

DIY Wisconsin Bear Hunt

Published on Jul 20, 2017 PFTH producer Chris Anderson bow hunts Wisconsin black bear with the new Mathew’s Halon on public land. Read More »

Down to the Wire Wyoming Elk

Published on Jul 13, 2017 Southern Wyoming elk hunt during the last week of the elk rifle season. Great bull gets shot during the last couple hours of the season. Never give up! Read More »

Early and Late Season Coyote Calling Strategy

Published on Jul 6, 2017 Lucky Duck Predator Pros Geoff Nemnich and Rick Pailet share early and late season calling strategies for coyotes with the new Revolution E Caller. Seasonal adjustments are explained in detail to kill more coyotes this Read More »

Minnesota and Wisconsin Spring Turkey Hunting

Published on Jul 2, 2017 PFTH Host Jason Mitchell joins Wylie Snyder of Thunder Strut Game Calls in central Minnesota for an exciting ground blind hunt. PFTH Hosts Chris and Rick Anderson run and gun ridge tops in central Wisconsin Read More »

Getting Hunting Dogs Ready for the Season

Published on Aug 7, 2016: Passion for the Hunt joins the professional trainers at Pine Shadows Kennels near Brainerd, Minnesota. This staff shares some great tips and approaches for getting your favorite hunting companion ready for the upcoming hunting season. Read More »

Amazing Comeback Story of the Giant Canada Goose

Published on Jul 24, 2016: Passion for the Hunt explores the fascinating comeback story of the Giant Canada Goose. Once believed to be extinct, a small remnant population was discovered near Rochester, Minnesota. Over the next thirty years this bird Read More »

South Dakota Pheasant Hunting Friendships

Published on Jul 17, 2016: Pheasant hunting in northeastern South Dakota with Double P Ranch. Good dogs, good friends and good laughs where there are really good pheasant numbers. Read More »

Sandhill Coyote Hunt

Published on Jul 12, 2016: The new Lucky Duck Revolution E Caller is unleashed in the Nebraska Sandhills with devastating results. Pro Staff Hunters Geoff Nemnich and Rick Paillet share some tips on stand placement and how to hunt late Read More »

Archery Tips to Help Simulate Real Hunting Situations

Simulating real life hunting situations is difficult in the off season but these tips can help you get more prepared when fall comes around.

Bears of Wekusko

By Jason Mitchell/ Passion for the Hunt Television

For many bow hunters in the Midwest and eastern half of the United States, much of our past experience archery hunting involves whitetail deer.  Other species or opportunities often require a road trip.  Canadian spring bear hunting is attractive to many archery hunters because this type of hunt is often affordable and easy to accomplish.  For hunters who have never been close to a bear, these hunts can also seem quite exotic.  Black bears are reclusive, but their strength and agility inspire awe.  Many a bow hunter has completely lost their nerves when a large boar walks to the bottom of the ladder stand.  Bears can give even the most experienced archery hunters the shakes.  No shame.  Battling composure during a massive infusion of adrenaline is why we bow hunt and exactly why so many hunters love to hunt bears in particular. 


Seasoned Perspectives on Turkeys

By Passion for the Hunt

Hunters love turkey hunting in large part because of the interaction between hunter and bird.  A never-ending challenge where birds respond to calling and decoys with a range of emotions that span from aggressiveness to nonchalant.  Getting a turkey to posture and respond in your face is all about getting a bird fired up and there are few hunters who have fired up as many turkeys as Bruce “Wickerbill” Crist. 

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