Jim Miller gets a late night phone with an offer he couldn’t turn down. Hunt large, mature whitetails with one of the highest rated outfitters in Texas, Bar None Hunt Company.
People think the life of a TV celeb, bowhunter and guide is pretty exciting. Pretty glamorous and filled with laughter and fun. Well, you can ask Jim Miller about this particular 24 hours and I don’t think he’ll agree with any of that. But then, this is not your average day.
This shot was on the mark and knocked the bird completely off of his feet where he flopped around for a few seconds and then lay still. This is when his ‘buddies’ attacked. As soon as he stopped moving the other gobblers ran over and jumped on the ‘dead’ one.
As the morning progressed we saw 12 different bucks, most were bedded and the rest were chasing does as the rut had kicked off and those bucks were fired up but the doe’s wanted no part of those horned up bucks.
I cannot tell you how many times, living here in Texas, I’ve looked forward to a “Blue Northern” blowing in during December or January. This is the trigger Whitetails are looking for to throw the Bucks into a full blown rut! This is when the Whitetail World turns upside down here in […]
Jim Miller and his Tex/Mex Outdoors team travel to the famed Oak Creek Ranch where they rattle in a record book whitetail buck.
You have your calls and now Jim covers decoys from Zink, David Smith, Carry Light, Primos, Flextone, Flambeau and Knight & Hale.
In this Tip Jim covers Gobbler Tubes, Owl Locators, Coyote Howlers and truck doors, horns, trains and sirens. Yep, truck doors?
In this tip, Jim covers Wingbone Turkey calls and natural mouth calls where you just use your own talent to call the birds in.
Today’s Tip covers the options in using slate and glass pot calls to bring turkeys in for that best shot.
In this Tip, Jim covers box calls and gives some hints on how he uses them.
Turkey season is almost here and Jim Miller has some tips to help you put your bird down. Stay tuned, here is his first.
Having a sharp knife in the field is important and safer than a dull one. Jim gives you a suggestion to keep yours working sharp. May surprise you.
Some stage of the ‘rut’ is on in your area and Jim Miller has a few ideas to help you make your hunting season more successful.
Choosing a new bow today is not as easy as it was 20 years ago but the process to find the right bow for you is pretty much the same. Miller gives some pointers.
Now that you should know which eye is your dominate eye, Jim moves on to finding out what your draw length is.
It is important to shoot your best to know what eye is dominant. Jim gives you an easy test so you can find out in this first installment of Miller’s Tips.
Bowhunting the Spanish Fighting Bull in open terrain with a bow brought some unexpected heart stopping moments for Jim Miller and his Tex/Mex Outdoors crew.
Come along with Jim Miller in this Mathews Minute as he hunts the South Texas senderos and guajillo flats for exotic game finally setting his sights on a record book ram.
Things happen during a shot that we don’t plan for but on this hunt, Jim Miller hunts for and takes a buck of a life time at Oak Creek Whitetail Ranch.
Jim Miller of Tex/Mex Outdoors goes after the elusive Axis deer stag on this Texas bowhunt.
Miller covers the last days and the banquet for the Mathews Archery Dealer Only trade show.
Jim Miller goes to the show and is feeding back his views of who and what is shaping next year’s offerings to the industry.
When he got within 30 yards of our blind I knew had to stop looking at the head gear!
The controversy still continues today but most people agree the good ones work as advertised.
What happens when Miller gets together with the Wild Bunch from Grim Reaper Broadheads? Hog Die.
Jim goes after the tough Scimitar Horned Oryx and the tough part is proven out.
Timber Valley Fresh Scent collected from deer in their natural cycle during fall and winter.
It’s the last two weeks of the season and you ask yourself how do I kill a gobbler when they have been chased, shot at and missed, called in and spooked?
Curtis had an opening of about 3 inches in diameter and the arrow was off and running with a very loud crack…