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John Stallone

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Bighorn Sheep Story with John Stallone - Episode 116 (FTA)

Battle Mountain Podcast

This is an FTA (From The Archives) episode. John Stallone shares the exciting story of his big horn ram. From getting arrested to killing a ram it's sure to keep you captivate. I hope you enjoy the show.  More from John: Instagram: johnstallone For all of your tag application needs check out:  https://www.wearethedraw.com/battle-mountain-media More From US: www.battlemountainmedia.com YOUTUBE: ‘Battle Mountain Media’ Our YouTube channel consists of ‘Hunting’ videos, ‘Gear Reviews’, ‘How To’ videos, ‘Bloopers’, ‘Kill Shot Compilations’, and more. Check it out, we appreciate your support and hope you enjoy the content. We would really appreciate a REVIEW! Can’t get enough? Wicked, check out more from us here: Facebook Instagram Learn More About Us! Website Thank you for tuning in, and we hope you enjoyed the show. Zach Herold

35mins

28 Jun 2021

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Bonus episode John Stallone on We Get Outdoors podcast

Days In The Wild - Big game Hunting podcast

Sorry guys the audio is very shaky on this one, We get outdoors podcast is overseas and we used his recording system not mine, but the information is good and its an interesting chat with Rob Yates 

53mins

18 Mar 2021

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Bonus episode John Stallone Bowhunter

Days In The Wild - Big game Hunting podcast

I was invited to do a podcast on The Interview with Craig Weinberg and I had great time chatting with him on various aspects of my life and bowhunting.  

1hr 2mins

11 Mar 2021

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The Interview #46 | John Stallone - Always Be In It

The Interview

JOHN STALLONE IS AN AMERICAN BOWHUNTER, TV PERSONALITY, PODCAST HOST AND AUTHORDaysInTheWild.com

1hr 5mins

3 Mar 2021

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2020 Recap: EP 061with John Stallone

Crude Conversations

This week, Crude will be revisiting the top 5 most popular episodes of 2020. Number 3 on this list is with John Stallone. John comes from a military family—his grandfather served in World War II, and his dad and his uncle served in Vietnam—so enlisting in the military was a no-brainer for him. He joined the US Air Force at 18. From 1998 to 2002, he served as a security forces member and was deployed four times in support of Operation Southern Watch and Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan. In 2002, at the age of 22, he joined the Alaska Air National Guard. After he left the Guard in 2009, he took a number of jobs where he was in a position to promote and encourage safety, namely as a safety officer for OSHA, and a bouncer in downtown Anchorage. The common thread that links these jobs is John's sense of duty. He says that one of the core values of the Air Force is, "service before self," which is something he continues to live by. For a good portion of this conversation, John talks about his struggle with depression and PTSD. He talks about the psychological aftermath of spending 8 months in active war zones. How it was a continuous evolution of “hurry up and get ready” or “hurry up and get used to this.” But by the time you acclimated to that environment, it was time to go home. And then once you were home, you were forced to deal with everything you had been through—among civilians who have no frame of reference for war. In 2011, everything kind of came to a head and John had a mental breakdown. He called the Veterans Crisis Line and they helped him work through it and also directed him toward local mental health resources. If you or someone you know is struggling with depression, the National Suicide Prevention Hotline and Veterans Crisis Line is 1-800-273-8255.

1hr 36mins

6 Jan 2021

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Ep 167 - John Stallone: Pure Gratitude

The Wild Initiative

John Stallone of Days in The Wild joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to Sam’s 2020 season and his very first elk harvest. In this episode, they start with a seemingly impossible draw for Arizona and then go on to discuss the successful stalk in potentially one of the worst ruts in recent history. They also talk about the events that led up to fulfilling that defining first tag.See more on the show notes page at thewildinitiative.com/167. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1hr 24mins

30 Sep 2020

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Improve Your Bowhunt John Stallone and Ron Nixon 11.33

Days In The Wild - Big game Hunting podcast

Title: Improve Your Bowhunt John Stallone and Ron Nixon Show Notes: If you’re at all interested in bowhunting, then you need to become part of the Broadhead Nation with Ron Nixon. By sharing techniques and ideas, hunters can figure out how to improve themselves. Ron and I talk about what actually matters in bowhunting, and how you can improve your shooting accuracy. First of all, you cannot control that animal no matter how much you want to. But your bow tune, your arrows, and your preparation are all things that you can manage. The way you practice needs to mirror what it’s going to look like when you’re actually out hunting. Standing in front of a paper target is not going to make you a better hunter, and Ron and I talk about how to create realistic scenarios that will improve your shot when you’re actually aiming at an animal.  Visualization is another thing you can control, and there is plenty of time in the field to sit down and think carefully about what you should do in different situations. What angle is this elk going to approach from? How long is it going to drink for? Will the does turn back? Playing the “what if” game helps you focus more on the things you can control, like your breathing or the buck shakes. Never stop hunting. That’s the last thing you can control and the last piece of advice we want to leave with you. As long as you’re learning and getting out there, you’re going to be able to improve. If you loved the show, like us, share us, and leave us a review. Your support lets us continue to bring you experts in the field. What’s Inside: What is your true effective range in bowhunting? Why you need to change the way you practice. How a beard could be messing up your shot. Get consistent shots every time with this piece of advice. Mentioned in this Episode: Days in the Wild on itunes Days in the Wild on Podbean Phoenix Shooting Bags Broadhead Nation Group Hunting Channel on Youtube Shop Broadhead Nation Short Description: If you could focus on one thing that would improve your bowhunting experience, what would that be? Some hunters think a better approach would help them, and they end up focusing on those last 20 yards. Ron Nixon from Broadhead Nation thinks that focusing on the things you can truly control will be the only thing that improves your bowhunting skills. Tags: Bowhunting, bowhunting in AZ, better bowhunting practice, improve your bowhunting, improve your aim, best bow technique

54mins

20 Jul 2020

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Maria Stallone, Trevon Stolzfus, And John Stallone 11.12

Days In The Wild - Big game Hunting podcast

Maria Stallone, Trevon Stolzfus, And John Stallone 11.12 Go check out Inspired Wild  Download and Subscribe to Days brought to you by Phoenix Shooting bags  on iTunes,  Podbean,   Player FM  or Sticher.  It's FREE!   Help keep this podcast free and give us review on Itunes and leave us a comment to let us know how we are doing ! www. Johnstallone.me https://www.instagram.com/johnstallone/ #daysinthewild #johnstallone #interviewswiththemasters #hunting #elkhunting #deerhunting #biggamehunting #archerypractice #spotandstalk #muledeerhunting #couesdeer #couesdeerhunting #ibexhunting #antelopehunting #whitetailhunting #bowhunter #bowhunting #johnstallone

1hr

9 Mar 2020

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90: Outdoor Media Pro & Guide, John Stallone

Restless Native

“I look for diamonds in the rough, guys who aren’t well known, but have success. Your local heroes, so to speak. The more I’ve done this over the years, a guy who is a really good elk hunter isn’t necessarily a good elk hunter in Oregon even though they kick butt in Idaho. I look for region guys who have a lot of success, because they’re doing something a little different. The more tools you can add to your tool box, you have that much better of a chance at succeeding.” — John Stallone Where do you find the diamonds in the rough? Hint: You have to get your hands dirty.Today we have an interesting outdoor media creator for the show. John Stallone has worked as the host of Days in the Wild TV, he works with Days in the Wild Outfitters, he’s been a media director for the hunting channel, and he’s well known for being the host of Interviews with the Masters podcast. This guy is connected, which is why it’s interesting to me that he focuses on not talking to people who are in that well known network. He’s got some interesting opinions on the evolution of outdoor media. And I enjoy John’s take on the importance of getting kids and new hunters outside. Johnstallone.me

57mins

3 Mar 2020

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EP 061 with John Stallone

Crude Conversations

In this episode, Cody and guest host Mike Dempsey have a conversation with John Stallone. John comes from a military family—his grandfather served in World War II, and his dad and his uncle served in Vietnam—so enlisting in the military was a no-brainer for him. He joined the US Air Force at 18. From 1998 to 2002, he served as a security forces member and was deployed four times in support of Operation Southern Watch and Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan. In 2002, at the age of 22, he joined the Alaska Air National Guard. After he left the Guard in 2009, he took a number of jobs where he was in a position to promote and encourage safety, namely as a safety officer for OSHA, and a bouncer in downtown Anchorage. The common thread that links these jobs is John's sense of duty. He says that one of the core values of the Air Force is, "service before self," which is something he continues to live by. For a good portion of this conversation, John talks about his struggle with depression and PTSD. He talks about the psychological aftermath of spending 8 months in active war zones. How it was a continuous evolution of “hurry up and get ready” or “hurry up and get used to this.” But by the time you acclimated to that environment, it was time to go home. And then once you were home, you were forced to deal with everything you had been through—among civilians who have no frame of reference for war. In 2011, everything kind of came to a head and John had a mental breakdown. He called the Veterans Crisis Line and they helped him work through it and also directed him toward local mental health resources. If you or someone you know is struggling with depression, the National Suicide Prevention Hotline and Veterans Crisis Line is 1-800-273-8255.

1hr 36mins

9 Feb 2020

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