Whether you haven’t gone hunting in years or you go several times a month, there are always a few things you should do before each trip. The right amount of planning before you head out can not only make for a more enjoyable experience, but increase your odds of successfully tracking and hitting your targets.
Although Thanksgiving may still be a couple of months away, turkey hunting season is almost upon us. In the past we’ve talked about why wild turkey tastes better than most turkeys you can find at the grocery store, and catching your own is always a lot of fun.
No matter how many times you’ve gone turkey hunting in the past, you should always be open minded to new techniques. How successful you are at turkey hunting depends on a few factors, including how good of a shot you are and what gear you bring along. And if you’re set on tagging more turkeys than ever this season, there are a few expert-level tips to keep in mind.
Even if you’ve been hunting for years, you are probably used to rifle hunting. Hunting, however, can sometimes be an even more rewarding experience when done with a bow. If you haven’t had much luck bow-hunting in the past, you may be frustrated with the tactic. It can be tricky to pull off a successful hunt if you don’t have enough experience and practice. But if you implement a few rules of thumb, you may be pleasantly surprised as the results.
Well the season has begun with a full swing of quail hunting and deer hunting at it’s best.
The weather has made the quail hunting a little challenging due to the changes in the weather, but all in all the birds are plentiful.
If you’ve never gone quail hunting, you’re simply missing out on one of the most popular types of hunting across the country. From the slightly more relaxed nature of the hunt to the ability to bring a canine companion along for the trip, there are so many reasons why countless hunters partake in this sport every year.