On the next deer hunt, best think twice as you run through the woods. Just ask this kid (once he wakes up, that is).
Running is one outdoor activity that comes with minimal risk. Sure, you might run out of breath from time to time. Or worst case scenario, sprain an ankle. Then again, if your name is Justin DeLuzio, you’ll be forever remembered as that unlucky runner that got completely owned by a “beast mode deer” one sunny day.
Don’t be shy with the volume in this clip. You won’t want to miss this gem from the peanut gallery, still running: “Watch out for the beast mode deer!!! Oooooh!!!”
Here we go…
The boy goes down harder than a MMA body slam. The sure-footed whitetail never missed a beat, didn’t even break a stride; that’s how bad-ass it is.
On the bright side, word has it, Justin finished the race. Well, after the stars disappeared and his spine realigned. But in all seriousness, both deer and boy are fine. Only one is suffering from a bruised ego.
So to all you hunters, best walk slowly the next time you hit the woods. Don’t become another Justin.
Ever wonder what happens when you shoot a .50 cal bullet with an arrow?
Cameron Hanes from Youtube places a perfect shot on a .50 cal bullet.
Most of us as kids had the thought: what would happen if I hammer the primer on a bullet with a nail? What if I shot a bullet with another bullet? I’m sure many of us have had these questions in mind.
Regardless, never before have I questioned what would happen if I shot a bullet with a bow and arrow.
Watching Cameron Hanes make that shot is a amazing! With that, we are all able to witness in slow motion exactly what happens when you hit a .50 cal with an arrow.
First things first, what an amazing shot! It was surprising to see that only the primer had gone off and would have thought differently. Fortunately, no one was hurt during the making of the video, but unfortunately, the bullet did not discharge from the shell as we all secretly wished it had.
With all this buzz about technology leading the way in helping make lives better in our society like the one in Africa. Bill Gates donated money to create a technology that can turn poop into water. But, what about for the farmers in the U.S., some farmers rely on selling fertilizers its their livelihood.
Its a good thing DIY is still the tech that most farmers know. Fertilizing your food plot has never been easier or more economical. It’s still a do-it-yourself world! Taking care of your business has never had more meaning than in this fun and, well, disgusting video.
Don’t flush it down the drain, do something constructive with it.
Farmers everywhere rejoice! Memo from the ‘why didn’t we think of that?’ department: what would a rack of horns look like after eating crops grown on that stuff?
Something isn’t right with a buck nicknamed ‘Big Nutz.’
With a name like Big Nutz, it’s pretty easy to guess how the deer got it’s nickname. Jeremy Beck posted a video on Instagram that has the hunting community scratching their heads. Some think it’s a tumor, while other think it’s an STD of some sort. Regardless of the cause, it look painful and very uncomfortable.
Have you ever noticed there are guys/gals out there who are good at hunting? And some just aren’t that good at it, being good is not about being lucky either. So here’s what it boils down to—and why some people won’t ever become good hunters.
1. They’re Lazy
Being a good hunter takes a lot of hard work. Whether that’s going the extra mile during the season, or putting in work during the off-season, the people who put in more work find more success. The people who don’t work hard and are lazy won’t ever be good hunters.
2. They Don’t Pay Attention to Detail
Detail, detail, detail. You hear it all the time. But do you actually pay attention to detail? It’s the little things, such as how you enter and exit your treestand, whether you practice scent control, paying attention to what exact tree you need your stand in, etc.
Those hunters who consistently pay attention to every little detail are the ones who find success more than those who don’t. If you don’t pay attention to detail, odds are you aren’t going to be a very good hunter.
3. They Think They’re Always Right
It’s their way or the highway. Those people who think they’re always right and never wrong tend to not know much at all. The best hunters are constantly learning from others and applying what they learn to their hunting efforts. The more you learn and evolve over time, the better hunter you will become. On the other hand, if you can’t get over yourself, and think you’re the best hunter in the world, odds are you’re in the category of people who will never become good hunters.
There is no secret to becoming a good hunter. It takes a little work, a little detail, and the ability to learn. Do those three things, and you can become quite the hunter. Don’t do them, and you might not ever become a good hunter.
What is fishbra? It’s a trend happening on social media, especially Instagram. So what is “fishbra” again? Maybe it’s best to watch and learn.
Although this video was uploaded in a foreign language, you’ll understand what the fishbra is and why the fishing community loves it so.
Watch this video compilation of some of the best fishbra photos that have hit the web in recent months.
As you can see, a fishbra is a photo featuring a female angler holding a fish in front of her chest. Here, the fish covers up her breasts instead of the traditional bikini top. Did you see the fishbra photo where the fish was big enough to provide “protection” for two anglers? Now, that is a catch worth capturing.
If you love fishbras as much as the rest of the fishing community, be sure to do your part and contribute to this great cause. Take more pictures of fish, and leave the bikini tops at home!
This “hunter” demonstrates why he is nominated for “Jackass of the month”.
Any serious hunter would respect the game that he pursues. Harassing a wild animal is un-called for, the following video highlights pure stupidity and also demonstrates how not to behave in the field.
Not wanting to give anything away, here’s the video for you to judge yourself.
There would be nothing wrong with this clip if he intended to harvest the animal. But luring a moose to within inches, only to smack it in the antlers then let out a bark is, well, just plain idiotic.
What are your thoughts? In my view, as someone who wants to show hunting in a positive light, it’s behaviors such as this that give anti-hunters the ammunition they need.
The people who produced the video did state this in writing:
“Warning, do not try this with wild animals. Their actions and reactions are unpredictable and sometimes dangerous to humans.”
Just our friendly neighborhood vandal choosing to smash through an 8 inch wide window for some after hours repairs
When you’ve got nice clear windows and a flower on the sill, you don’t get too terribly surprised if a bird or a bug bats against the glass.
You get a little more surprised when it’s an 80-110 lb deer charging through an 8-inch-wide pane of glass.
When this critter gets in the house, he has a really hard time figuring out how to get back out again, shuffling around and even bopping its head against the other window, trying to figure out how it got in in the first place.
While I have no idea how this deer got it in its head to charge through a bit of glass, it seems to have even less clue about how to get back out again, wandering around for a while until finally finding the entry it made and majestically leaping over the broken shards left behind.
In the marine world where the bigger fish you are the better. This muskie with a famish appetite goes after a trout half his size. But then again, muskies will eat just about anything that swims near them, with no prejudice to size or species.
In this amazing footage below, a muskie tries to scarf down a big trout. The trout is much too big for the muskie to swallow, like snakes muskie don’t care. If i’st hungry, it eats now.
The video mentions its a northern pike, but some of our fish experts in the office seeing that the vertical stripes tells us its a “tiger muskie”. Tiger muskie are super aggressive northern pike.
Tiger muskie are northern fish are usually found in the Great Lakes region, Ohio and St. Lawrence Rivers and Upper Mississippi Valley. They’ll eat anything from a small perch to trout half their size.
Tiger muskie, and their true muskellunge cousins, are a bear to catch, so much so that they’re sometimes called “the fish of 10,000 casts.”
Some comments to the video:
While there’s debates in the Youtube comments whether that’s a Tiger Muskie or a Northern Pike (Feel free to sound off in the comments here!), I think we can all agree that’s a big dinner. This guy got a mouth full of un-killed sushi, and seems ready to fight to keep it. I kinda doubt it’s got enough room in it to hold the entire fish.
While this is certainly one way to rule the reef, some point out that the Muskie here now has no ability to spit the fish back out because of inward-facing teeth. I wonder how these guys manage to survive if they do this frequently?
Rattlesnakes are common in certain states others are not. Some like them, some don’t, if you encounter one and need to dispose of it. Meet Neal Hunt, he demonstrates the correct, easy, and ethical way to do so. Neal explains it’s the best way to dispose of one, see the video below.
Neal makes it look so easy by picking up the rattler and snapped it like a bull whip.
The snake dies instantly from the neck break and loses its mobility or any natural body twitch like a bite.
Sometimes if the head is severed, the snake can still bite and the venom will still cause damage.
If you are looking to save the skin for a pair of new boots or a cool taxidermy mount, this method allows the snake to remain in good shape.
Although this works very well, we encourage you to just walk the other way and not risk being bit by the snake.
by Colton Bailey
Source: Caza Y Pesca Facebook, Hazard Zone TV Youtube