14 days of rain and snow damaged most of our footage from our DIY Alaskan moose hunt. I found this set of media lost in a SD card a year later. Enjoy.
14 DIY Alaskan moose hunt.
We had a quick weekend to get away from our real lives and connected with good freinds Eddie WIlley and Cory Hill of South East Arizona Outfitters #SEAZO. They were more than accommodating to give us weekend warriors some help with new country and new deer to stalk. We spent some time getting DEEP into God's country and it payed off as we crested a ridge and dropped into a deep bowl. A small water hole was the intended destination for not only us but our honored guest. After making visual contact with this buck, we made a great planned stalk, and with a great partnership of camera work and archery we present you this quick but satisfying clip.
When I was growing up, it seemed every short film, story, or cover to any sports afield magazine came from the depths of this place called Colorado. Where it took a horse train to get into, and a manly beard and cowboy hat to survive. It has taken me 40 years to reach this amazing place, but 40 minutes won't go by without me thinking of her. Many stories have been told about adventures deep in the backcountry of the West, this is my story. This is MY Colorado.
Yearly I make an effort to harvet both cows and does when applicable. It is a very important part of conservation and is lacking due to all the trophy hunters. Every hunt, either horn or hornless, is approached exactly the same way. There is no less scouting, preparation, or drive for a bull elk than there is for a doe whitetail. Enjoy a very small clip of a cow elk hunt that finished perfect for me, but terrible for the lens. #DirtyRed
Here is a summer time meal that will delight both your taste buds and your guests! What goes better with summer than bbq ribs and fresh pineapple? Bacon of course!!! This meal with easily make you the talk of the neighborhood!!
DirtyRed 2015 Spring Turkey Hunt in Missouri. Follow as the No Regrets Outdoors Staff follows NRO Hunter Brian Hoffman on his first 2015 turkey tag in Missouri.
No Regrets Outdoors proudly presents our new video series titled "Dirty Red".The name "Dirty Red" is deep routed with history for us, and we are very excited to be able to give back to others under this name. Dirty Red...Leave your Legacy
Here is a new look at an old book. Took some short clips from Kansas 2014 and turned it into this........
Here is a quick sample of how fired up the elk were on our hunt for "Days in the Wild".
No Regrets Outdoors would like to formally introduce its founding partner and his filming debut. Micheal "Big Mike" Armstrong has been behind the scenes too much, and I finally got him to put together something that meant something to him...of course the title is "Is it September yet?". Enjoy Mike's filming and editing debut, and go over and give him a "like" and a follow. He is here to stay.
Team Fold' Em Up is back and ready to roll in this year's Smack-Down. Watch it unfold...
I finished up Princess Presley's arrival video last night, and again I would love to share our families love and bond with you. Presley has been our little miracle and her birth and arrival has forever changed our house, relationship, and life. I made this video for our little Princess to let her know how much she was wanted and loved even before she arrived. I hope she will treasure it as much as we do! Warning, there is about 10 sec of live C-Section birth footage. It is not graphic or anything, nor would I share it if I didn't think it was tasteful. Just wanted to share the beauty of birth, and the beginning of our love story. We hope you enjoy this as much as we do!
Here is my Family's Paleo Chicken Bowl
2-3 Chicken Breast
bushel of spinach
6-10 strips bacon
2 sweet potatoes
Season Chicken breast to taste with Lowrey's seasoning salt, Garlic powder, black pepper and salt
Bake sweet potatoes at 400 degrees for 30 min a side.
Bake bacon at 375 degrees for 20 min
Grill chicken at 375 degree for 15-20 min
Saute Spinach down to taste
Once all ingredients are done, place inside a bowl as follows
chicken on one side, sweet potatoes on the other. Top with chopped bacon.
Here is one of our family favorites! Not only for taste but for time spent cooking! Very fast meal with happy customers at the end!
4-6 chicken breast
Lowery's Seasoning Salt
McCormick's Taco Seasoning
Red Pepper Flakes
2 Tablespoons Coconut oil
1 can Diced Tomatoes w Jalapeno's
1 can Black Beans
1 can Sweet Corn
Butterfly and Lightly Season to taste both sides of chicken breast with seasonings.
Place 2 Tablespoons of Coconut oil and chicken breast in pan on stove over med-high heat.
Cook Chicken 5-7 minutes per side.
Then combine corn, black beans, and diced tomatoes in med sauce pan over med heat.
Once Chicken is done, place central on plate and cover with Cheese... Optional.
Take combined corn, beans and tomatoes and cover chicken. Adorn with avocado and serve.
Here is a quick and easy recipe to help you broaden your Chicken experience.
Items you'll need:
4-6 Chicken Breast or thighs or wings
4-8 Limes or equivalent Lime Juice
-Lightly season both sides to taste with
Salt, Pepper, Lemon Pepper, and Garlic Powder.
-Lightly sprinkle freshly cut Cilantro over both sides, then drench with fresh lime juice. Save enough lime juice to again drench once chicken is fully cooked.
Cook Chicken on grill or oven at 350 degrees for 45 minutes or until the internal temperature is 165 degrees.
Once chicken is fully cooked, drench with fresh lime juice again and let rest for 5-10 minutes. ENJOY!
Having a little fun at camp...breaking up the day & night with a little archery fun.
No Regrets Outdoors travels with Luke Morris on his first ever Arizona Archery Hunt and First Archery Kill!
Watch as I take my oldest son on his very first hunt. We had tons of action which kept Anthony's interest up. Unfortunatly we didn't kill and get a chance to learn about the harvest. But I am actually kind of glad he didn't kill on his first hunting day, because if he did he may think its too easy or not appreciate the hard work it takes. I want to raise a hunter, not a killer. Music Credits Intro Elektro4 "Alfi's song" Jake Owen "Anywhere with you"
This is Matthew's 2013 Arizona Archery Bull Elk Hunt. Follow his quest to full-fill my archery tag in the wettest summer/fall in Flagstaff's history. Special THANK YOU to Luke Morris and Big Mike Armstrong for running the camera's on my 2013 journey! None of this is possible without you two! Live The Moment, Capture The Memory!!! -------No Regrets Outdoors------- Music: Chicken Fried By Zac Brown Band
Derek Taylor travels to the North West Province of South Africa and to Shingalana Hunting Safaris in search of an Archery Cape Buffalo. Cape Buffalo are known around the world as one of the toughest and most dangerous animals, Derek gets personal insight on just how tough it is to take this magnificent animal with his bow.