Scrapes and Rubs for Hunting Seasons Posted By : Susan Kramper

Since deers start shedding the velvet they also start making scrapes and rubs. This will assist them with marking out their territory. Bucks will visit a fabulous scrape line or rub on daily basis; they really hit these sites during the pre-rut. You possibly observe these starting around the middle of the Decemter, and they will have visited all the way through the post rut.

Top 10 Tips for Novice Shooters Posted By : Arthur Gunner

One of the most important things that you need to learn when it comes to shooting is safety. Firearms dont shoot on own; only you can shoot a gun and to stop this happening unintentionally you need to make sure you keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction and keep your finger off the trigger until you are ready to shoot. Also you need to treat all guns as though they are loaded and be certain of your target and whats behind it.

Tips For Safe Hunting Posted By : Jaden Skiver

Hunting has survived the modernization of civilization. In fact, it has flourished into one of the most popular pastimes and hobbies in the world. Unfortunately, one of the world’s favourite past times can also be one of its most dangerous. Every hunter should know some basic things before heading out

Learn About Rabbit Hunting Posted By : Jaden Skiver

For many people, hunting rabbits is cruel and unusual punishment. For others, however, hunting rabbits is an age old sport that requires patience and skill. This article will speak to the latter while paying no mind to the former, realizing that the rabbit hunt is as old a tradition in America as hunting other

Ernest Hemingway On Hunting Posted By : Jaden Skiver

In one way or another, we have all had contact with the work or read about the life of the famous American writer Ernest Hemingway. We certainly don’t associate Hemingway with hunting expeditions or wilderness. Those who know a bit about the man have read of swashbuckling tales of drinking, bull fighting