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Latest Blog Entries

Hunting Methods Explained For Beginners

Although hunting is enjoyed by millions of people every year, they don’t all define hunting the same way. There are several drastically different ways that the sport can be experienced. To make sure that you get the most out of your experience, it’s important to learn about the different hunting options, so that you can choose the method that you’ll enjoy the most.

RIFLE HUNTING

For rifle hunting, you need little more than a rifle, ammunition, a hunting knife for cleaning, the appropriate attire for the terrain, and any general camping or hiking gear. Additionally, many consider rifle hunting to be slightly easier than using a bow, simply because it is easier to load a rifle and make a kill with a bullet than it is with a bow. Larger rifles are used to bring down larger game, like elk and bear.

BOW HUNTING

Bow hunting is the preferred hunting type for those who wish to get more in touch with the Read the rest of this entry »

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Hunting Throughout The Year – It Really Is Possible

Hunting used to be a very seasonal sport, so you knew exactly when the season opened and closed, and allowing for a few weeks of preparation, that was it for the year. That has now changed, and changed drastically for many hunters, resulting in unrest for the families who fear being left for even longer because of the hunting fever!

Perhaps I’d better explain what I mean. Due to the hunting laws and regulations, the hunting of animals and birds is limited to certain times during the year. However, hunters are such fanatics, that others have taken notice of this and have produced deer hunting games and other hunting games which can be played on the television or the computer, if your computer has enough memory for this. This means that there is never a close season any more, something which many are unhappy about!

That’s right, the invention of computer games has meant that hunters can play these games at any Read the rest of this entry »

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Using A Gps During Hunting Season

How many hunters use a GPS while their hunting? Well I know I use mine all the time, even when I’m not hunting! When I go out somewhere that I haven’t ventured to before, my trusty GPS goes with me. My GPS is the one most important things that I make sure I have when I go hunting, hiking or quading. A GPS can make or break a good day in the bush or anywhere for that matter.

I currently own a Garmin GPSMAP76 handheld and I find that it is one of the best investments I have made for my outdoor trips. This item was money well spent in my books, because all my hunting buddies had a GPS first and I was amazed how good they worked. Even years back when they first came out, the “old” ones worked good. Then as they got better, I seen how much better they worked and said to myself, time to invest in one! When I bought this one, it was the top of the line at the time after researching them. I’m going to upgrade eventually but the GPSMAP76 Read the rest of this entry »

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Things to Look For in a Hunting Lodge

There are many things to look for in a hunting lodge. Your hunting lodge will be your refuge for a weekend or a week. If you are a beginner hunter, you may or may not know what to exactly look for while choosing between hunting lodges. You should also realize that there are hundreds of hunting lodges around the world. If you have no idea where to begin, then you can start at the beginning with a few key questions in order to determine what your hunting lodge needs.

Here’s where you need to begin in your hunting lodge search. Do you want an international and exotic trip? Or do you prefer a hunting lodge across the country or down the road from your home? Once you know the general area of where to begin your search, you can look for travel arrangements. You want to make sure that travel arrangements are available for the hunting season that you are choosing to go in. There are hunting lodges all over the United States, Scotland, Read the rest of this entry »

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Bird Hunting Gear For Beginners

Every year you watch as the guys get suited up in their camouflage, clean off their guns, and get ready for a great waterfowl hunt. Maybe this year you’ve decided you’d like to go along and take a turn at bagging some birds yourself. But you’ve never done it before. Where do you begin? If you’re a beginner to hunting waterfowl, there are a few things that you should know before heading out on a hunt.

Before you begin anything, you’re going to need the right gear. Quality equipment is key to having a successful hunt. For bird hunting you will, of course, need a good shotgun. If you’re unsure about what kind is best, ask any experienced friends or check out bird hunting forums to see what people are recommending. One of the most important pieces of equipment on your hunt will be your waders. Without a good pair of waders, your hunting experience will be cold and miserable. For the best experience, get a high quality Read the rest of this entry »

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Latest News
  • Jefferson County man shares his love of hunting by posting on Facebook from his tree stand

    Jay Matteson says some of his friends have been critical of his hunt-and-text approach, but others like the play-by-play account of what he’s doing and seeing.

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  • Conversation, and some ducks

    Bill Englefield, River and Fly collect decoys after a morning of hunting Wednesday at a Bay Township marsh.

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  • The Lodge At Tee Mamou

    Andrew Ahrens dreamed of creating an outdoorsman’s paradise that has taken him over 6 years to complete, but the final result was well worth the wait.

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  • Fall turkey hunting preview

    DGIF officials changed several key regulations in an attempt to attract more Virginia hunters to participate in fall turkey hunting.

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  • Does Sunday hunting have a shot? House panel leader says it’s uncertain if bill will pass

    How exactly would S unday hunting in Pennsylvania endanger leaf peepers? Rep. Marc Gergely, D-Allegheny County, said he had never heard of leaf peeping before Joel Rotz testified Thursday at the House Game & Fisheries Committee hearing.

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  • Gary Blockus: Perfect time to hunt and fish

    Mike Klegarth of Emmaus took this 12-point buck with a 21-inch spread on Tuesday evening in Lehigh County.

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  • Four days after learning to use bow and arrow, he bags big buck

    Citrowske said it has been rough scored at his taxidermy in Coon Rapids as 183 1/2. He will get the official score at the end of deer season.

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  • Eat More Squirrel

    So it’s not as dramatic as taking a 10-point buck or 10-foot gator, but nevertheless gray squirrel hunting is pretty darn exciting.

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