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29 Jun '17

Beginner Hunter Basic Gear

Posted by S. Sosa

Beginner Hunter Basic Gear

When you begin to hunt there's a myriad of gadgets, apparels and devices available on the market "required" to hunt; and even when a telescopic sight would be useful, perhaps it's not the best thing to invest on at the very beginning.  Even when you will need certain apparels and gadgets will be necessary once you get experienced, you don't need to expend a fortune to begin hunting, instead you may start with the basic, mandatory items and later invest on more complex devices.

25 Jun '17

Keeping meat fresh, the challenge after the catch

Posted by S. Sosa

Keeping meat fresh, the challenge after the catch

On cold weather this may be easier but on warmer areas or at the season beginning Keeping meat fresh after huntingexternal temperatures is not a help precisely, moreover, the combination of high temperatures and moisture is fatal to preserve meat but following some clever steps you will gain enough time to keep your meat safe.

First thing to do after skinning is to eviscerate the body; bacteria live mainly on skin surface and hollow viscus, thus removing bacterial sources is a critical step to keep your meat fresh. Once eviscerated, be sure to keep viscerae away from the body in order to avoid contamination.
15 Jun '17

Smart Camo Tips

Posted by S. Sosa

Smart Camo Tips

Almost all your potential preys have keener senses than yours and they will be able not only to see you but smell, hear and feel your presence much before you are aware of them, thus if your camo is focused on defeat eyesight, you have done lessBe smart when choosing your huntin camouflage than half the job!

First thing to do is to wash all your clothes before each hunting trip using neutral odor soaps otherwise you will be announcing your presence since your first step on the bushes. Remember to neutralize as much as possible all man made odors using baking soda and try to be as quiet as possible, so your boots, clothes and coat must be "noise free".

With the above in mind, remember also to be prepared for weather changes. On this regard clothes layering is the best solution since you may add or remove clothes layer depending of local climate conditions, however remember to add camo to every single clothing layer, otherwise you will be showing your position when there's need to add/remove layers which are not properly camouflaged.
09 Jun '17

Wolves, the ultimate predators hunting. Part II

Posted by S. Sosa

Wolves, the ultimate predators hunting. Part II

Once the blind is properly set (based on previous scouting and local guides data), it's time to set the bait; usually 200 yards away from the blind, and wait. If there are wolves in the area it won't take long until their show up. After all, during winter a free Wolves Huntingmeal is always a great gift! But remember to set your blind far enough to avoid being detected and try to set the bait with the wind on your face to keep your smell away from the bait area.

When the pack is on shooting range it's time to use your rifle. Select an individual, aim and shot!

2. Calls

This technique is not suitable for everyone and only master hunters use it. Usually at dawn, when the wolves pack begins to howl, the hunter begins to make calls too, mimicking wolves vocalizations, in order to catch the pack interest.
03 Jun '17

Wolves, the ultimate predators hunting. Part I

Posted by S. Sosa

Wolves, the ultimate predators hunting. Part I

But if you wish to go out for wolves seriously, there's some basic tips you should know in order to increase your success chances but consider that at the beginning wolves hunting could be frustrating because the success rate is the lowest among all hunting
Wolves Hunting
 types.

Of course we are talking about shooting a wolf instead of traps using, something totally different and out of the reach of this post.

When you wish to shoot wolves it's mandatory to move to the most remote of the remote areas since these predators love lonely regions, far from human contact and with large territorial extents just for them; in fact if you are planning to hunt wolves in US, it will be necessary a trip to the most remote regions of Idaho, Minnesota, Montana, Wisconsin and Wyoming, the only 5 states where wolf hunting is allowed.

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