Tag Archives: Hunting in Mexico

January Deer

January is a “C” month — “C” for Convention. Some conventions, like our SCI gathering in 2018, crowd into February, but, typically, in January I attend the SHOT Show; pretty much mandatory in my business. Whether in January or February, for sure I’ll attend our big convention, and then I have choices among at least a half-dozen other hunters’ gatherings. Doesn’t matter how hard you try or how much you’d like to, nobody can do them all! Continue reading January Deer

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A DIY Gould’s Turkey Bowhunt in Old Mexico

Turkey hunting Old Mexico on your own? Are you nuts??

Once we arrived, we dumped our gear and accompanied long-time Mexican outfitter Jorge Camou (right) on a quick scouting mission, in which we roosted several gobblers.

When I started bowhunting turkeys 20-some years ago – and after scads of abject failure –a seasoned gobbler getter gave me some sage advice. “Bob,” he said, “gobblers were put on this earth to be shot in the head with two ounces of No. 6’s.” Many times, Continue reading A DIY Gould’s Turkey Bowhunt in Old Mexico

Mexican Central Plateau Whitetails

J. Alain Smith with his javelina

I was tuned into Sportsman Channel, watching my good friend, J. Alain Smith, on his hit TV show, Rugged Expeditions, hunting some small whitetail called the Mexican Central Plateau whitetail. “Now that looks like fun,” I thought to myself as I watched Continue reading Mexican Central Plateau Whitetails

Hot Barrel Wing Shooting At Its Best: Sinalopato Duck and Dove Club!

A successful day at Sinalopato Duck Club.
A successful day at Sinalopato Duck Club.

“Never, ever be the first hunters of the year or, even more importantly, never, ever be the last hunters into a camp!”

In my sixty-plus years of hunting, that saying has served me extremely well, but I Continue reading Hot Barrel Wing Shooting At Its Best: Sinalopato Duck and Dove Club!