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Our Guide to Nocturnal Hunting for Feral Hogs

Feral Hog

Any experienced feral hog hunter will tell you that pigs are VERY smart animals and thus, they are elusive to hunt during the daytime. In fact, if the pig population in your area has experienced any hunting pressure at all, they will tend to become very wary and will restrict their feeding activities to the […]

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Tree Stand or Ground Blind: Which One is Right for You?

Ground Blind vs Tree Stand

Long before the invention of modern climbing tree stands, hang-on tree stands and, ladder stands, hunters were using ground blinds made from the surrounding foliage to enable them to get close to their chosen quarry. However, over the intervening years, the various types of tree stands have gained a tremendous amount of popularity with avid […]

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How to Eliminate & Cover Your Scent When Hunting Whitetail Deer

Whitetail Deer Smelling Around

Any avid whitetail deer hunter will tell you that a deer’s sense of smell is their number one defense against predators. Thus, in order to successfully hunt whitetail deer, you must take steps ​to eliminate your human scent completely. Consequently, it’s wise to employ a number of different methods to eliminate your scent when hunting […]

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How to Find a Good Deer Hunting Stand Location

Finding a Stand Location

The first step to finding a proper location to place your tree stand, ground blind or tripod stand is to learn how to recognize, and then scout, good deer habitat. Then, you need to learn how to recognize the favorite types of foods that the deer populations in your area prefer. Then, you need to […]

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How to Choose Camouflage Clothing for Hunting Whitetail Deer

Staying Camouflage When Hunting Whitetial Deer

​While it’s true that whitetail deer have an extraordinary range of senses (some of which are far superior ​to humans), such as their sense of hearing and ​smelling senses. They use these senses to fully experience their world in order to find food and avoid predators. Their visual acuity is considerably less than that of […]

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How to Aim When Bowfishing

Bowfishing Target Practice

​When you have got all your equipment together, and you’ve got to grips with the basic theory and ideas behind bowfishing, it’s time to take to the water and put your new knowledge into practice with your bow and arrow.Although the history and theory behind bowfishing is relatively straightforward, getting your aim right and carrying […]

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What is the Deer Rut?

The Deer Rut

​In the U.S., the rut is a phase of mammalian reproduction entered into by whitetail deer and other mammals such as elk and moose. The rut occurs generally during the fall and this period is when most of the breeding activity among these mammals occurs and, as most hunters will be aware, it is one […]

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Tips on Setting Up a Duck Decoy Spread

Setting Up a Duck Decoy Spread

​If you’re a serious waterfowler, there is one thing you need to understand – to get ahead of the competition in hunting waterfowl, you need to pull out all of the stops and do everything possible to set yourself apart. Improve your shooting skills, scout for waterfowl harder and, most important of all, wade out […]

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