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Each hunter has their own version of a “trophy class” bear. Many hunters and guides will tell you black bear is one of the most challenging animals to field judge. Lisa Metheny shares a few simple tips on field judging bear you can use to make your next bear hunting expedition a success.
Have you ever wanted to escape to the outdoors? Now women have the chance to build their self-confidence and learn about the world of shooting at the NRA Women’s Wilderness Escape (WWE). Whether shooting a rifle or joining others at the archery range, women attending the WWE enjoy comfortable lodgings, gain experience and come away with like-minded friends that share their new interests.
Protecting your hearing is an essential aspect of shooting, whether you’re at the target range or hunting in the woods. Read how to protect your hearing on any budget.
Hunting can be expensive unless you check out these budget-friendly hunting options that help the DNR and local parks using reduction hunts. Check out your local parks to see if you can enjoy budget-conscious hunting deer and support a healthy eco-system at the same time.
Hunters can now add elk to their activities due to the increase in restoration and conversation programs in many areas of the United States. Read the post for more information and a great recipe for using the elk you bagged.
Doves are one of the most hunted game birds: cleaning them by hand is easy to do and gives you a delicious ingredient for soma great recipes. Read this post to try two of the author’s favorite recipes for enjoying dove in your campsite or home.
Preparing yourself for a successful dove hunting season includes being ready for the dove’s tendency to rocket, making sure you and your dog stay hydrated, properly setting up your decoys and following the rules of the United States Fish and Wildlife Services (USFWS).
Dove hunting season marks the passage from summer to fall and dove hunting is a perfect choice for both the new or experienced hunter no matter what size your property is, what kind of gun you have or how much money you have to spend. To make the most of your experience and resources, take the time to learn about dove habitats and patterns to ensure a successful hunting season. In this post, discover how to scout for doves to ensure success.
Outdoor activities are no longer the private reserve of men. Discover how women around the world are enjoying out-of-the-ordinary activities liek fishing, shooting kayaking and cooking outdoors with the unique training programs provide by organizations such as Becoming an Outdoor Woman (BOW). With workshops in every state in the US and in many countries around the world, women learn from local experts and discover the wonders waiting in the woods near where they live.
Paper tuning is one of the easiest, most economically ways to tune your bow. A poorly tuned bow can be very frustrating, not to mention disappointing, especially if you are presented with the shot of a lifetime only to discover your bow is not shooting as you expected. Read this article to learn how to paper tune your bow for better accuracy in the field.