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17 Feb '18

How to stay safe during a feral hog hunting

Posted by S. Sosa

How to stay safe during a feral hog hunting

1. Plan your trip

It's necessary to know the area, and have an estimation of where hogs may be as well so many. For this it's important pre-hunting scouting; so you won't be in Feral Hogs Hunting Tipsthe middle of a furious hog's way unexpectedly.

On the other hand, design a contingency program in case of being attacked or injured. This plan must be known by everyone on your group, then anyone will be able to help in the case of the worse case scenario.

2. Have a first aid kit

You never know if a hunting trip will result on an injury, and medical attention may be miles away from your position, so be sure to count with a complete first aid kit just in case you need to handle an injured hunter out in the field.

3. Prepare an escape route

You don't wish to get trapped between a furious, giant, male hog and a cliff, so once you set your spot position, be sure to have an escape route, just in case.

10 Feb '18

Slingshot Hunting. Pros and Cons

Posted by S. Sosa

Slingshot Hunting. Pros and Cons

However if you think you'll need to take down a game with your slingshot, it's better to practice a lot at home in order to acquire notorious aiming capabilities because you have just one chance to hit your game to death in the head, otherwise the projectile will cause internal bleeding, the animal won't die fast andSlingshot hunting at the end the meat will be ruined; so a living creature would be killed for nothing.

So, if you wish to slingshot hunting, be sure to be able to hit a golf ball sized target (or even smaller) at a 30 feet distance or far, otherwise your chances will be null.

On the other hand you will need to improve your stalking skills, since it will be necessary to be very close to your game before shooting; the good news are that slingshots are very silent in both, when loading and when shooting, so stealth is on your side, but you still need to be patience and skilled enough to achieve the killing range without being detected.

03 Feb '18

Handgun hunting. A different experience to try

Posted by S. Sosa

Handgun hunting. A different experience to try

Of course it's not simply, in fact handgun hunting is more demanding and complex than rifle hunting, not only because of a shorter range requiring to stalk the game longer and until a closer distance, but also due to diminished accuracy because of the gun shorter barrel.Handgun hunting

And that's exactly what makes of handgun hunting something so exciting. When you are out in the bushes with a handgun, you need to give the best of you. It's necessary to remain undetected longer, achieve a closer distance to the game and be able to aim and shoot precisely because usually you won't have a second chance due to the closer range.

But same as handgun hunting is more demanding than rifle hunting and perhaps more than bow hunting; it has also a positive side.

You will travel with less weight since handguns are lighter than rifles; additionally due to a smaller size, handguns are easier to handle, especially inside a blind and finally, you will be able to aim and shoot faster once you are within the range; so handguns will give you and ege if you are patient enough to stalk your game until being within the proper range.

03 Feb '18

Turkey Hunting Tips

Posted by S. Sosa

Turkey Hunting Tips

Try to set motion activated cameras on the main trails as well near feeding areas, that will allow you to determine where there are more possibilities to haveTurkey hunting season begins at spring success; then set your blind according to the recorded information.

After pre-season scouting you will know where and when to hunt those turkeys once the season begins and even when it's not essential, a blind will give you an edge covering your movements and blocking your scent; that's particular useful when bow hunting even when it's good to count with a blind also hunting with a gunshot.

Once your blind is set or your shooting spot has been decided, it's time to place decoys. If you are bow hunting decoys should not be more than 10-12 feet far from your position to assure you a clear shot, instead if you are hunting with fire guns, it's better to place decoys a little far.

03 Feb '18

Precautions when wearing a Ghillie Suit

Posted by S. Sosa

Precautions when wearing a Ghillie Suit

Third thing to consider is noise. That's a very sensitive issue, especially if your ghillie suit is not built of top quality materials, leading to noise when you move Precautions when using a ghillie suitand even because of the breeze; something that could show your position; so be sure your suit makes no noise.

A fourth issue to keep in mind is that your ghillie suit could compromise your supplies capabilities. The suit itself is bulky and you won't be wearing it all the time but only while stalking; so you will have to carry it towards and from the hunting ground, thus your profitable load will be diminished because of the suit and you will have less food, cartridges and equipment with you, since the available space and carrying capability is limited.


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