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22 Apr '17

Feral Hogs Hunting Regulations

Posted by S. Sosa

Feral Hogs Hunting Regulations

As a general rule if you wish to go for feral hogs southern states are the best option since regulations are almost the same (with quite small differences) and an always raising pigs population allows not only to hunt them but to do it all year long!

The most popular states for feral hogs hunting are California, New Mexico, Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and Florida even when also there are northern states such Idaho where it's possible not only to hunt these pigs but also to do it without a special hunting license; in fact just a general hunting license is enough for both, Feral Hog Huntingresident and non-resident hunters.

Among southern states one of the most flexible regulations are found on New Mexico where no license is required, only owner permission when hunting on private lands.

Regarding the season, almost all states where feral hogs are hunted allow to do it all year long, moreover, almost all of them has no bag limit, however, as usual, it's important to check local regulations before going out to avoid law infringements.
10 Apr '17

The Art of Setting a Ground Blind

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The Art of Setting a Ground Blind

Here you'll find some useful tips to help you to learn faster about the art of setting a ground blind for deer hunting.White Tail Hunting Ground Blind

Hide your blind properly or don't hide it at all!

If you wish to hide your blind, just be sure it's invisible! It's not about to add some tree branches and leaves around, you need to fuse it with the surrounding area making the blind virtually invisible. If you are not willing to do it, perhaps it would be better to set the blind on an area where deer can see it from 100 yards, this way they will get familiar with the blind presence and won't get suspicious later when you are inside.
09 Apr '17

Facts Behind Blaze Orange Vests

Posted by S. Sosa

Facts Behind Blaze Orange Vests

The color was choosen because there's not a lot of orange things on the bushes and because such color jumps to the sight for human beings, hence if you see something orange moving on the bushes you'll immediately identify it as another hunter and won't shoot.Blaze Orange Vests are mandatory when moving around hunting


But what about the games? If a person is able to see the orange vest, why don't animals? After all they won't find such a brilliant colour familiar on their environment and could fly away!

If you are wondering about the aforementioned, you are right, but there's some facts you need to know to clarify the situation.

On some cases such as deer hunting, orange is a minor issues since deer are partially blind to some colors and orange could be confused with yellow or green, nevertheless, the solid pattern is still a major concern, furthermore, the use of camouflage is not to make you see like a tree but to fuse you with the environment and a solid, orange vest certainly won't help; but it's better to be detected by deer than not being detected by another hunter!
09 Apr '17

Public Lands Elk Hunting

Posted by S. Sosa

Public Lands Elk Hunting

First thing to know is that elk habitat areas are limited and not all of them are available for everyone, in fact, you can go for elks on both private or public lands; on the first case you will need an authorization from the owner
, otherwise you could get involved in serious troubles; but if you choose to move to public lands, no permission is required other than those from wildlife regulatory authorities during a particular season.
Public Land Elk Hunting

If it's your first season, perhaps you wish to talk with locals about the best hunting areas; no matter if you scouted the zone the last summer, elks behaviours change when the first hunter arrive and they move towards more inaccessible areas, making elk hunting physically demanding; hence, once again, be prepared to give your best!
26 Mar '17

Whitetails Scent Lures

Posted by S. Sosa

Whitetails Scent Lures

Pre-Rut

Looking for "loving partners" and securing an area is critical for deer during this period,
Lures to hunt deerthus males, especially the big ones are more territorial and competitive, thus they will fight all competitors to kick them out their territories. With a keen smell sense capable to detect competitors several miles away, you may use buck urine to tell the big boys on the area that someone is there to defeat their throne; afterwards wait for the dominant deer to show up looking for competitors. Of course, instead of a buck, they will reach your shooting position giving you a chance to catch a trophy.

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