The Hunt For M.I.A

Story written by Prostaffer, Mike Patterson:
I recently named this buck M.I.A due to the fact that after I would spot him he would go “Missing In Action” for awhile. The journey for this buck started in mid December of 2011 while I was glassing to check what animals had made it through the Ohio firearms season. When I glassed him in the CRP he really caught my eye as a beautiful 3.5 year old that I figured would gross somewhere in the mid 140′s. I instantly wanted to get some pics of him so i placed three Primos Truth cams on the property. It took almost 2 weeks to finally catch a few images of him. Continue reading


Will Primos Talks Elk Bugling

With elk season quickly approaching, here are a few tips on elk bugling that Team Primos uses to be successful in the elk woods.

The best way to blow a bugle is to place you upper lip on the support shelf with your lower lip just touching the edge of the reed.  The harder you blow the higher the pitch. Higher pitch bugles are more intense and carry further on windy days. Continue reading


Tags Have Been Drawn

The fall is approaching very quickly, and Team Primos is shooting bows and finalizing the hunt schedule and ready to hit the woods. The team will hit the road first, August 27th, headed to Wyoming for Antelope and Deer. Once the first trip starts, the team will be all over the road. Continue reading


Bushnell’s Agreement to Acquire Primos

Overland Park, Kansas. -Bushnell Outdoor Products, a worldwide leader in sports optics, premium eyewear, and outdoor accessories and MidOcean Partners, a leading middle market private equity fund, announced today that Bushnell has agreed to terms to purchase Primos Hunting of Flora, Miss. The companies expect to complete the transaction (terms not disclosed) within 30 days. Continue reading

Will Primos, Johnnie St. Clair, and Eric

Will Primos Hunt For “Eric”

“He’s gone. I can’t believe he walked into our lives and out of our lives that quickly. We were so close.” This was the thought running through my head as I watched “Eric” walk away from me again. Just moments later Johnnie St. Clair, who was running the camera said, ”There he is.”  We were about to get another chance of a life time at a true Mississippi Swamp Donkey.
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