Whether you’re an experienced hunter or someone who has just recently discovered the world of game hunting, there’s a good chance that you already have a target animal in mind when planning a guided hunting trip. The thing is, if you’re new to all this, it’s not always evident if the animal you’re hunting is… more Small Game or Big Game Hunting: Which One is For You?
If you’re serious about getting results when you hunt – and who isn’t? – it’s important to make every day in the woods count, writes Jake Horton in a gohunt.com blog post. Horton talks about avoiding common mistakes made by hunters on public land in the West, but his tips also apply to any deer… more How to Avoid Common Hunting Mistakes on Public Land
Finding just the right spot to find bucks on your November hunting trips requires planning, and it helps if you can think about where the bucks like to go. Writing in Petersen’s Bowhunting, Bill Winke describes his favorite three “morning hotspots” for finding bucks: Doe bedding areas: This is obviously a place where bucks like… more Hotspots for Finding Bucks on your November Hunting Trip
Planning to go on your first hunt? Whether you’re planning to go guided elk hunting or deer hunting this fall, your choice of hunting gear can make or break your trip. Apart from your choice of hunting weapon, here are 4 essential pieces of hunting gear for beginners: Hunting Clothes and Visibility VestThe right hunting… more Hunting Gear Must-Haves for Beginners
PICKING THE RIGHT RIFLE WILL HELP YOU GET RESULTS THIS DEER SEASON As hunters get ready to go into the woods this fall, it’s a good time to think about what type of rifle is best for you. The Realtree website offers some solid tips designed for those new to hunting, though they may be… more Buying the Right Hunting Rifle