Hunting

How To Save Money On Your Hunting Gear

Hunting has never been more fun. You can bask in nature's beauty and at the same time feel that adrenaline rush through your veins upon seeing your target. However, hunting is not enjoyable at all when you lack...

Tips For Hunting In The Winter

Now, the question on your mind might be about why anyone would even want to hunt in the winter. It’s freezing, it’s snowy, which hinders vision, and overall, winter simply brings tougher deer hunting conditions...

A Must Have Tool For Every Hunter

For some, hunting is merely a sport while for others it is a matter of life and death - they need to catch game to feed themselves and their families. Irrespective of what hunting means to the hunter, there ...

Which Style of Hunting Boot Will Fit You Best?

When you’re heading out to hunt, the right footwear makes all the difference. The wrong choice can leave you blistered and sore before noon, ruining an otherwise perfect day outdoors. Poor weather conditions ca...

How to Start Hunting as an Adult

Have you been contemplating learning hunting as an adult, but are not entirely sure where to start? Besides, nearly all guide books out there are geared toward showing sons and daughters how to hunt.  While ...

Solunar: Predicting Animal Movement By Moon Phase

Solunar is the term used for the belief that the movement of game animals can be predicted by knowing the different phases of the moon. There are many deer and elk hunters that believe their odds of seeing game...

Glassing Techniques: Let Your Eyes Do the Walking First

“Let your eyes do the walking over the country first” Your glassing techniques on big game animals is greately enhanced by using quality binoculars and spotting scopes). It’s better to let your eyes “do the ...

Binoculars: Seeing Better than The Game Animals

Binoculars (“Glass”) are needed for spotting game animals in areas of terrain that is hard to see into. You need the same optical qualities that you get from your rifle scope; powerful magnification, large obje...
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Summer Preparation To Nail Your Hunt This Season

How To Scout In The Summer The summer months are a great opportunity to find a trophy animal to chase during your hunt. Getting the most out of the scouting season can be the difference between taking home a w...

How to Use Deer Attractants

Deer depend on a number of senses and evolution techniques to stay alive. Among the most prominent, though, is a deer’s sense of smell. This sense of smell is, in part, used to assess the condition and safety o...

A Beginner’s Guide To Elk Hunting With Bow

Bow Hunting is a thrilling experience since archery is always full of action. Even the best bowhunters find it challenging yet gratifying and extremely rewarding since it’s a tough job, especially when putting ...

What to Put in a Hunting First Aid Kit

The scene in Castaway where Chuck Noland, played by Tom Hanks, does a bit of amateur dentistry with an ice skate is excruciating to witness. Knocking a tooth out with the steel blade isn’t anyone’s idea of a go...

How to Use a Duck Call Like a Boss

Waterfowl hunters will tell you it’s majestic and humbling to see a successful duck caller in action.    The way a natural-sounding duck call is sent out into the universe and is responded with a flock flyin...