Small, still targets look difficult so careful aim comes naturally. With no deadline, you could very well commit too much time and effort to a perfect sight picture and seamless let-off. The view through a powerful scope shows you not only the wobbles you must control, but also the jiggles you can’t. As your eyes and your muscles tire and your lungs cry for more oxygen, your hold deteriorates. Therefore, we have put together a few tips on how to hunt predators on the move.
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If you are hunting in Texas, you will see several hunting regulation
changes this fall. Therefore, we will discuss these approved Texas hunting regulation changes for 2018-2019.
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Found in all 50 states, coyotes are ready to wreak havoc on your deer herd. And, it’s not just on rut-weary bucks. It’s also on less-than-healthy does and spring fawns. Here are a few benefits of coyote hunting for bowhunters.
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When hunting these predators, many people are constantly looking for new techniques, strategies and equipment that will give them an edge. Decoys are no exception. When using a decoy correctly, it can be extremely effective. If you’re the hunter standing in front of the predator wall overwhelmed by all of the options, here’s some direction. We will discuss when to use coyote decoys.
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Coyotes have a natural tendency to investigate howls. They may not be prodded every time they hear a cousin howling. However, in the right situation, a howl sounds more inviting that the fifth time they hear a rabbit getting tromped. Therefore, we have put together a few tips on how to hunt coyotes in the simplest way possible.
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The weeds are growing and the trees are blooming. These are great signs of a busy spring hunting season for both deer hunters and turkey hunters.
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Predator hunting is generally a time-intensive hobby that requires a perfect setup and proper gear. Therefore, we have put together some tips on how to get rid of your scent when coyote hunting.
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Coyotes are difficult to hunt. Their wary nature makes them formidable adversaries. This also makes them one of the best predators to go after to hone your hunting skills. We have put together a few tips on how to kill more coyotes this season.
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Turkey hunting in the spring can look like a kitchen table spread to a nearby coyote. Coyotes can linger in the same area while hunting for the same prey. Therefore, we have put together a few tips for how to take on coyotes while turkey hunting.
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During the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission meeting on January 25, there was proposals for Texas hunting season changes. We will discuss the possible changes to Texas hunting regulations.
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