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Climate Change’s Dire Impact on Hunting

Climate Change’s Dire Impact on Hunting

The impact of climate change on hunting will be severe and, in some cases, will completely eliminate many of the species that are top targets for hunters today.   To take just one example, the moose population in the northwest portion of Minnesota has devolved to...

How to Obtain Your Hunting License

How to Obtain Your Hunting License

Hunting is one of the most popular recreational activities in the United States. There is just something rewarding about spending time in nature and bringing home an animal to feed your family. In order to legally hunt in the United States, you will need to obtain a...

Shed Hunting Tips and Tricks

Shed Hunting Tips and Tricks

Shed hunting is the act of looking for deer antlers that have been naturally shed. These antlers are then used for tools, jewelry, dog treats, and decorations. There is more to shed hunting than just walking around and waiting to get lucky. Part of the skill is...

The Best Dog Breeds for Hunting

The Best Dog Breeds for Hunting

Hunting can be a great pastime, but why go hunting alone? Dogs and humans have hunted together for centuries, humans relying on a dog’s prey instinct to assist in looking for food. Hunting dogs should have a strong prey drive, be athletic, be receptive to training,...

How to Hunt Ethically

How to Hunt Ethically

 Being a capable hunter means taking an accurate shot at the game, knowing the different types of wildlife in the area, and having the basic outdoor skills needed for hunting and harvesting an animal. Practicing shooting, scouting out the site before hunting season, having the required materials, and having a hunting plan contribute to making you a capable hunter. 

Top 3 Budget-Friendly Coyote Rifles

Top 3 Budget-Friendly Coyote Rifles

Coyote hunting is a very popular sport for those who aren't ready to leave the timbers when deer season finishes. Also, given their quickly expanding populations as well as harmful routines, coyotes are the most prominent prey.   It does not take a huge budget to...

How Venison Can Benefit the Food Industry

How Venison Can Benefit the Food Industry

When a hunter is successful and bags a few deer, he or she will be able to fill their freezer very quickly. They will not have to worry about additives or preservatives being present in the meat. Venison has one-third of the fat that regular beef has, and a third of that is saturated fat. Venison is loaded with iron and has a low cholesterol content. The protein found in deer meat has ten essential amino acids and is loaded with B vitamins.