What You Should Know About Hunting On Public Land

what you should know about hunting on public land

Hunting on public land can be an exercise in futility. This is especially true in the world of deer and other big game. Many parcels of land open to anyone feature plenty of hunters and little if any game. That’s reality, but it doesn’t always ring true when dealing with feathered quarry.

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Tracking And Hunting Small Game

tracking and hunting small game

In a world overwhelmed by technology, some ancient techniques may appear time-wasting and useless to some. Tracking and hunting small game may be one such technique, but it would be foolish to ignore the benefits of mastering such a skill.

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Understanding Optics Before Buying Hunting Binoculars

understanding optics before buying hunting binoculars

Whether you like to watch wildlife from your living-room window or from a treestand while hunting, or if you travel to far-off destinations to watch birds, a pair of quality binoculars and/or a spotting scope enhance(s) the experience.

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5 Tips For Buying A Crossbow

5 tips for buying your first crossbow

I got into hunting with a crossbow by accident— literally. Several years ago, while getting my winter firewood supply, I tripped over a stump. Tumbling to the ground, I landed on my right shoulder and felt a sharp pain on impact. Long story short, a quick hospital visit revealed nothing was broken, but I was told my arm and shoulder would be sore to move and use for a while.

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Why a Bow Could be Better Than a Gun?

why a bow could be better than a gun

For anyone who is interested in survival skills, hunting, collecting weapons, etc., owning a bow will be an awesome addition to your arsenal.

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Blood Trailing Tips When Hunting Deer

blood trailing tips when hunting deer

Most hunters have blood-trailed deer or another big-game animal. Those who haven’t either have poor luck or haven’t been hunting very long. Tracking a double lunged or heart-shot deer is often simple, but marginal hits always make tracking difficult. Regardless of how long you’ve been hunting or how many perfect shots you’ve made, you’ll eventually face a challenging blood trail.

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Simple Steps For Tracking With Dust

simple steps for tracking with dust

Tracking with dust and other natural substances and using environmentally friendly substances to enhance sign, have been in existence since our ancestors used them for hunting prey. Indeed, recorded examples, ancient sketches, and cave paintings show tracking methods using powders and dust as far back as prehistoric times.

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Small Vehicle Options For Hunting, Patrolling Your Property Or Bugging Out

Small Vehicle Options For Hunting, Patrolling Your Property Or Bugging Out

Since the first time man attached the wheel onto an axle, I would wager he was already thinking about how this invention could help him travel faster and farther while carrying a bigger payload. Fast forward some 5,000 years, and not much about that thought process has really changed.

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Tips for Squirrel Hunting – A Practical Protein In The Wilderness

Tips For Squirrel Hunting

As deer became more abundant, we left squirrel hunting by the wayside and hunted deer almost exclusively. But as of late, American hunters are remembering how fun and practical squirrel hunting can be and are realizing how good squirrel can taste when prepared correctly.

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7 Tips For Precision Crossbow Shooting

7 Tips For Precision Crossbow Shooting

Shooters tend to blame the bow, the scope, or both when having difficulty getting their crossbows dialed in. But today’s bows and optics are so well designed and constructed that nine times out of 10 a zeroing issue rests with the person pulling the trigger.

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The Coyote Ugly Truth

The Coyote Ugly Truth

There is no other wild, four-legged animal of any size or species that have had the explosive population increase across the North America as the Canis Latrans — the coyote.

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10 Tips For Better Shooting When Hunting

10 Tips For Better Shooting When Hunting

Becoming a proficient hunter and shooter certainly isn’t easy. It’s often a challenging proposition that involves many frustrating experiences. Most of my own abilities have developed throughout five decades of squeezing the trigger in various shooting and hunting venues around the world.

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Hunting Tips For The Winter Season

Hunting Tips For The Winter Season

Hunting is a strenuous sport under the best of circumstances, but when it’s coupled with extreme cold and inclement weather, dire consequences could be in the making. Obviously, whenever it turns cold, a person generally recognizes those conditions and dresses appropriately for them.

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