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Sep 8, 2010, 8:04:39 AM9/8/10

Everything You Always Dreamed Of Knowing About Hunting

When planning a hunting trip, here are some survival hunting tips
will help snag your first catch and get it back home in great

If you plan to succeed, you're a step ahead of the other hunters any
day. Part of a successful hunter's plan should include the basics of
field dressing, as well as a hunt kit that includes the tools you'll
need in the event of success.

One thing you should do first is to pack a good hunting knife. Make
sure to bring along a knife your accustomed of, it can be a folding
blade or fixed blade knife. you will need your stone to sharpen it.
With any kill, you might need to skin the animal or make incisions
field dressing.

During warm weather it is important to keep your kill cooled. Make
sure the carcass is cooled right away. Using the old fashion
traditional field dressing will work, but if you brought along that
one-ton packed with ice, use that. Just remember that meat spoils
faster on the inside.

Make sure you don't puncture the animals digestive tracks when
dressing your carcass, this is to avoid contaminating the meat. You
should always tie off the rectum before attempting to remove it.
Make sure your always aiming at the right target, this protects
bystanders and the other hunters. A bullet or arrow can cause sever
damage to any one standing in another filed. So pay close attention
what your aiming at and what lies behind your target at all times.
Just as you make sure you've got enough food and water, be sure
there's plenty for Pooch. In the early part of the season, when
temperatures cling on, adequate hydration is just as important for
your dog as it is for you.

Hunting dogs are very expensive, especially a well trained pedigree
dog. The training cost are very high and you will have to pay it if,
you want to be a great hunter. but, it's worth every penny.
When hunting under specific conditions and particular time of the
year, always make time to practice your hunt skills. Always bring
along a journal to jot down your failures and successes.
Using scents to attract prey your stalking is a great tool that the
top hunters use. But, you can also use scents to hide yourself when
your hunting.

By: Alexander Marlin

The Beginner Hunter - Catch Your First Deer

Most hunters are well aware of the techniques to employ when hunting
deer, but newcomers and amateurs may need some deer hunting tips to
get started down the right path in hopes of bagging that first buck.
Here are some points to start with when hunting deer.

• Start early. You need to take note that the hunting season is
restricted by the time of year and also by how light it is. Do not
fire your gun before daybreak of after dusk to ensure the total
of all of your colleagues. However, one of the best deer hunting tips
you can follow is to start early. You should be in your deer stand or
hunting blind before sunrise. Getting there that early will diminish
the possibility of being noticed by the deer and allow you to be in
place when the first specimens begin coming out for a drink and a
to eat as the sun rises.

• Stay late. Those who have gathered knowledge and give out deer
hunting tips frequently will tell you that the best times to bag a
deer are sunrise and sunset. The lighting at these times of the day
can actually confuse the sight of the deer, and they will be out in
greater numbers because, aside from filling their stomachs at these
times as a rule, they will be less likely to see you.

• Avoid scents. Do not wear perfume, cologne, after shave, or even
strongly scented deodorant. Keep unnatural smells to a minimum so
you disrupt the highly sensitive sense of smell that a deer has as
little as possible. Be aware of the scent you are giving off, the
smell of a human is a real deterrent to deer so try to blend in with
the countryside. If you think that you will catch a deer after you
have spent an hour in the bath and splashed on your most expensive
cologne then think again, you can do that after your hunt.
Being silent will increase your chances of a deer sighting
considerably. While you are out there to have fun with your friends,
deer also have a keen sense of hearing and anything above a whisper
(and even a whisper if it is a particularly quiet day) can be heard
many cautious deer. This is the most important tip among deer hunting
tips, as even the slightest sound as you are lining up for a shot can
lose that prized buck for you. While there are more detailed tips
available to make sure you get the most out of your trip, these deer
hunting tips are the basics and will get you started down the road to
success and enjoyment as a deer hunter.

By: Kevin McCarthy

How can I become a wild boar hunter?

Ever since very distant times, people have hunted boars for both need
and pleasure, but the custom has remarkably kept its meanings and
quintessence all the way through. Although today hunting is done very
differently compared to the times when it was firstly practices, in
Persia, people hunting hogs are just as enthusiastic about it. If
anyone decides to give this hunting variety a shot, then he should
know that the risks of unpleasant incidents are higher than in the
case of other hunting types, but also that the satisfaction could
the risks seem far too unimportant to make a difference.
A clear rule must be set from the very beginning: never will you
approach a boar in a way that will put your safety into peril. To
emphasize this, you should know that hogs tend to become aggressive
when threatened, especially when their cubs (or piglets) are around,
although they are quite tranquil in general. These creatures are
known for their fighting spirit, being fierce and fearless when
confronting an enemy. Therefore, avoid becoming that enemy by setting
an appropriate distance between you and the boar, or try to establish
a cover spot far from a certain trail that boars frequent. This
implies, studying their routes, either by making notes as you watch
their habits for a reasonable period of time or by asking landowners
and locals about this. In fact, preparation plays a big part in the
hunting game, perhaps the
most important one of them all. Knowing the places where boars come
often, either to feed, play or mate is vital to any hunting
experience. This can be easily overcome by having a more experienced
boar hunter lead you to the best places in the area. For a beginner
hunter, every little part of the forest is much the same, with no
particularities, but a skilled hunter can easily predict the boars’
routines just by glancing at the most apparently unimportant signs.
Foot signs are a clue to whether a wild boar has been in a specific
place recently or the signs are older. Also, remember that boars
usually frequent places easy to get to, away from any bedding areas
and, if possible, right next to trails and flounders; routine is a
particularity of their moving habits, so if you find a good place to
lay your bait don’t move, because chances are another boar will come
shortly. This takes us to the least enjoyable part of boar hunting:
and placing the bait. Made out of corn, the bait will lure hogs
towards a deep whole you’ve dug beforehand. With their exceptional
smelling qualities, hogs will not resist the chance of a free meal
even if far away. Often they will gather in great numbers, but this
not desirable as they will finish all the food before you can get the
chance to shoot. Furthermore, remember to stay as far as possible to
the baiting place (as human scent will most likely be detected by the
creatures and it will freak them out), while still having a
comfortable range shot ahead. All in all, wild boar hunting is an old
hunting practice, but it’s
surprising everyone with its staying power over time. Although it
takes much courage and patience, people all over love hunting hogs
wherever and whenever possible. If you plan on being one of them arm
yourself with more than firepower and let the legend of boar hunting
live on.

By: Razvan Jr.

Tips For Efficient Coyote Hunting

Coyote hunting is becoming more and more popular among hunting
enthusiasts due to the fact that it offers a real thrill when you
chase them in the wilderness. It is well-known that coyotes are very
intelligent animals so you have to have a quick hand and mind to
these clever animals; here are some tips that will come in hand in
nick of time:

Tip No.1 : The first thing you should do is try to remove your scent,
make sure that you are odorless because coyotes have a very sensitive
nose and they will observe you from a respectable distance if you
removing your odor.

Tip No.2 : Be careful when you choose your gun, this is one of the
most important tips you should take into consideration. Many
experienced hunters use the Mini Bolt.22 or the Big Boy Special
Editions, it depends on the hunter prefers.

Tip No.3 : Choose the proper camouflage pattern for the nature
conditions in which you will do your hunting. No matter what type of
pattern you will choose it is highly advisable to sit near trees or
bushes so that your chances of being spotted will be as low as

Tip No.4 : Calling can be very efficient if you do it the right way.
The market offers a huge variety of products from which you may take
your pick. Regardless of what you choose, be sure not to make the
mistake that most hunters make: calling to loud. You must keep it at
medium level, never exaggerate. Don’t forget to give the coyote time
to respond to your call, with other words, be patience. Some prefer
mouth blowing, some prefer electronic calls, it depends on each and
every hunter.

Tip No.5 : It involves movement. You must do everything that you can
to keep your movement at a minimum level. The coyote is a very
perceptive animal and will surely observe you before you observe him,
so try to stand still most of the time.

Tip No.6 : Decoys can improve your efficiency if you use them the
right way. You could use a life-like coyote decoy or a rabbit decoy
well as others, the choice is up to you. Decoys are good because they
take the attention away from the hunter and on to the decoy thus
improving your chances for a more efficient shot.

Tip No.7 : One of the newest trends in coyote hunting is using dogs.
Choosing the proper dog can be a real problem. Some say that the
American Staghound is the best choice, some say that the Plott Hound
is the most efficient, it all depends on the dogs because not all
are the same; it depends on the breed, the way that they were trained
and others as well.

Tip No.8 : Hunting during the night can be more exciting but it is
also quite harder. There are a couple of things that you should be
aware of before hunting during the night : your vision is limited
during the night and due to this fact the coyote’s can’t be spotted
easily as they can be during the day; the wind is usually lower
the night; the shot is harder because you won’t be able to observe
target entirely. During the night you should: anticipate your shot,
watch the back side as well as the wind, use your light properly.
I hope these tips will come in hand when you are out in the
hunting coyotes. Be careful to use the proper equipment ( calls,
decoys, rifles ) as well as the best hunting dogs for coyote hunts
because as you all know, coyotes are known to escape when you least
expect it.

By: Razvan Jr.

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