Deer Hunting

How to Skin a Deer

While it may not be the most exciting job in the world, skinning a deer is important when returning […]

Deer Hunting Tips and Tricks

Responsible hunting, game management and wildlife conservation are important aspects of any wild game hunting, but many find the […]

Bow Hunting

The Fine Art of Bow Hunting

Bow hunting is often seen as one of those “manly” sports, but there is a small contingent of women […]

Fowl Hunting

Quail Hunting

Quail hunting is one of the top sports for those on the upper crust of society. It is considered […]

The Joy of Duck Hunting

Duck hunting is one of the most popular hunting sports in the world. It is as much a social […]

Hunting Guns

Gun Safety for Hunters

There are many reasons that a hunter would get seriously injured, but the leading cause is improper gun handling. […]

Picking the Best Rifle

Picking the right rifle for the big hunt is vitally important because it can make or break the hunt […]

Hunting Tips

How to Use a Tree Stand While Hunting

Most deer hunters are now hunting from tree stands. If you are new to deer hunting, or if you have been hunting for a while but have yet to use this method, you should consider using a tree stand. The benefits of using a tree stand are that you will stay out of the deer’s range of view, you will keep your scent hidden from the deer, and you will increase the range of your view. You do need to take certain precautions, however, to make sure […]

First Aid For Hunting Safety

Hunting can provide opportunities for many types of injuries. Being prepared is your best defense against disabling injuries or even life-threatening accidents. Knowing some basic first aid and using common sense when in the wild can save both life and limb. CPR If you don’t know CPR, learn it. Call your local hospital, EMS, or fire department to find out when and where you can attend a community CPR class. You never know when you may need to perform CPR on a friend, family member, or even […]

The Nature-Friendly Hunter

The nature-friendly hunter’s motto is: Leave the woods the same as when you came. Well, minus an animal or two of course. If you are going to be camping overnight, try to disturb as little of the environment as possible. Don’t clear brush unnecessarily. Try to envision your trip as an overnight stay at someone’s home. You are a guest in the habitat of many animals and some you aren’t even aware of. Always bury your campfire to ensure that it will not reignite and cause a […]

Survival Tips for The Hunter

Sometimes it’s easy to lose your way in an unfamiliar wood. Carrying a compass and maps of the general area that you will be hunting in can help in the event that you get lost. Carry a flashlight with extra batteries in case you get caught out after dark. There are also flashlights on the market now that operate by just a shake, eliminating the need for batteries. Matches in a waterproof case are essential and a sharp knife is good to have as well. A traditional […]