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Hunting Tips & Techniques
Turkey Hunting Safety Tips
Brush up on these turkey hunting safety tips to help ensure a safe and hopefully successful day in the woods.
Visiting a park with ducks and geese can improve your dog's steadiness in the field.
Just like a good recipe, a good hunting dog begins with the ingredients (bloodlines) followed by a good trainer.
Sit Still, Shoot Twice
If you bag a squirrel from one mast tree, don’t hurry to rise and pick him up.
A dove pole is easy to make and effective.
Don’t walk directly at a sitting cottontail.
Not-So-Easy Black Bears
Black bears may look slow, clumsy and dim-witted, but they’re anything but.
Be Sneaky for Roosters
It pays to be quiet when pursuing late-season roosters.
When calling predators like fox and coyote, start out your sequence at a low volume...
Pick Your Spots for Foxes
Red fox and grey fox both in your area, but one fetching a higher price than the other at the fur buyer’s shed?
Tom Foolery for Predators
A single feather from an old gobbler’s tail fan makes a fantastic predator decoy.
Tastes Like Duck But Better
Waterfowl a little too strong for your taste buds?
Take Care of Spot
A first-aid kit for your hunting dog takes up little room, and can literally mean...
Here is a trick for finding ruffed and blue grouse.
Tag-Team Squirrel Tactics
Take a partner on your next squirrel hunt.
Take a shotgun on your next predator hunt.
Puddles for Puddle Ducks
Small ponds are great spots for mid-day puddle ducks.
Keep Decoys Clean
Keeping your decoys clean will pull more birds into your set.
Try your hand at calling raccoons.
Leave the gang at home, work the cover and shoot a rooster.