No matter where you hunt – whether it’s on your own property, on public land, or on land you’re leasing – it’s always a good idea to see if you can expand your options by hunting on nearby properties. If that nearby property is privately owned, you might assume that it isn’t available to you.… more This is a good time to ask permission to hunt on private land
What factors into an ethical approach to hunting? Quite simply, it starts with keeping wildlife and other hunters in mind as you head outdoors, writes John Schandelmeier in an interesting column in the Anchorage Daily News. “When we hunt, we must remember that hunting is similar to a bank loan,” the Alaska outdoorsman writes. “Follow… more Ethical Hunting takes game and other hunters into account
USE SCENTS IN A SMART THOUGHTFUL WAY There is certainly no shortage of deer scents on the market, but how do you use them most effectively in the woods? A recent blog post on the Realtree.com website offers some good ideas for hunters looking to bag a buck in the winter, with the top… more Attract Bucks on Your Terms
CELEBRATE NATIONAL HUNTING & FISHING DAY! Signed into law in 1972, National Hunting and Fishing Day, celebrated the fourth Saturday of every September, remains the most effective grassroots efforts ever undertaken to promote the outdoor sports and conservation. Join this 45+ year tradition this year! Hunt. Shoot. Fish. Now get out there and enjoy!! Saturday,… more National Hunting & Fishing Day 2018
It’s that time of year, when attentions turn to hunting. Does it have you howling at the full moon or wishing a cloud would bring the night sky back to darkness? Does it increase activity or change the patterns you’ve been scouting? One writer had his own experience and shared his thought from his time… more Full Moon Hunting. Yay or Nay?