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A Hunter's Guide for Navigating New Territory

by admin on 01-09-2015 01:11PM in Hunting

Relocating across the country is a major undertaking. You've packed up your home, the garage and the shed, and you're on your way to discovering your new home with your hunting dog in tow. The new wilderness is just waiting to be explored. Just remember that new hunts and new environments might mean [...]

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The Tree-Hugger's Guide to Treestand Crossbow Hunting

by admin on 12-30-2014 10:36AM in Hunting

From high above the forest floor, you can spot a trophy buck cautiously approaching your location much easier than you can on the ground. It's also easier to determine from a treestand perch whether the crunching of leaves is a game animal, a noisy squirrel digging for nuts or a fellow hunter. These [...]

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USA or Canada: The Better Country for Outdoorsmen

by admin on 09-30-2014 08:58PM in Hunting

Hunting and fishing statistics firm Southwick Associates found in a 2012 data analysis that white-tailed deer are the game of choice for 83 percent of hunters in the United States. American hunters spent about $22 billion that same year, while their neighbors north of the border spend only $1.2 [...]

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It's Time to Prepare for Hunting Season

by admin on 09-01-2014 08:28PM in Hunting

 Chances are you're already dreaming about the next big hunt. You aren't alone; according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, nearly 14 million people went hunting in the United States in 2011 and went on a combined number of more than 250 million hunting trips. Here's how you can plan for [...]

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Dirty Dogs - How to K-9 Customize your ATV

by admin on 09-01-2014 08:25PM in Hunting

If you're an ATV enthusiast, there's a good chance you're the compass toting, fun in the sun, problem solving adventurer who can't get enough of the outdoors. Chances are equally good you have a pooch who loves the outdoors as much as you do. For those adventurers who ever wished you could take your [...]

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4 Tips To Prepare For your Next Bowhunting Trip

by admin on 09-01-2014 08:23PM in Hunting

A survey by the Archery Trade Association (ATA) found that 18.9 million Americans participated in archery and/or bowhunting activities in 2012. A vast majority of said people (75 percent) used compound bows, while only 14 percent used a traditional recurve bow.Regardless of equipment choice, many [...]

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Big Game Hunting: Planning Your Trip

by admin on 09-01-2014 08:15PM in Hunting

Big game hunting is fun and exciting when the right game is available. Most hunters live in areas where the largest type of game are white tail deer or bobcat. Hunters who want to experience the thrill of going after larger types of game often have to travel a long distance to do so. Companies [...]

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5 ways to prepare for duck hunting season

by admin on 09-01-2014 07:57PM in Hunting

Duck hunting season is almost upon us, and without the right tools, you significantly lower your chance of success. Hunting season doesn’t start until opening day but the legwork begins weeks before. Any hunter worth his salt will tell you prep work is the key to a good outing.1. Research the [...]

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Bird dog shot by property owner

by admin on 09-01-2014 07:41PM in General Hunting Dogs, Hunting

  The following is a story about Rock, a Llewellin Setter, who was killed on January 1, 2013 while out on a hunt with his owners.  He was killed for doing what he did best, finding birds.  Unfortunately, he wandered on to private property and was shot and killed by a farmer who [...]

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