Hunting hogs with bow and arrow is a rush.
I love bowhunting, whether it is for deer, turkeys, even gators. But what I like to do most is pick up my bow and go after wild hogs.
Hog hunting is available in more states than ever before. Liberal bag limits and seasons, makes this a hunting opportunity almost year round in many states. And, in some states you don’t even need a license.
Gaining permission to hunt is simple, compared to other biggame animals. Landowners are more than happy to see hogs hunted, and removed from their property.
Hunting hogs with a bow while trying to put on a stalk can be difficult at times. their eyesight is not all that good, but their ability to smell shines.
Once deer season and other biggame seasons have come to a close, consider spot and stalk hog hunting. it is a blast.
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This crossbow can take a lot of abuse.
I would never throw my crossbow, and expect it to perform. Until now.
I witnessed firsthand a CamX X330 Crossbow be thrown multiple times, picked up, and still enable the user to hit the bullseye at 30 yards.
I’ve always been taught to take care of my gear, and I will continue to do so. But it’s nice to know there’s a crossbow that can withstand the typical hunter’s everyday abuse and still perform the way we expect.
Check out this video to see the crossbow in action. If you want more information, visit CamX Crossbows.
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Photo: CamX Crossbows
As hunters, trappers, campers, fishermen, and other outdoor enthusiasts, we don’t always think about our safety.
Many of these activities take place away from civilization. So, what do you do when an accident happens?
Hopefully, an accident will not require medical aid, but when it does, you have to be prepared.
That is where the first aid kit from 12 Survivors comes into play. It has everything you need for minor injuries, and might save your life on serious injuries until you are able to reach medical help.
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Visiting a butcher shop will make you better at butchering your next deer.
Do you process your own deer and other big-game animals? If so, there’s always room for improvement. And with deer season right around the corner, there’s no better time than right now to take a little refresher course.
‘s PJ Delhomme visited Yellowstone Processing in Montana to find out what it takes
to be good at butchering deer.
As the sun starts to set on another weekend of Montana’s hunting season, there is a lull in the action at the shop. The successful morning hunters are long gone. The successful evening hunters are still afield, packing out their elk and deer, and calling all their buddies. For the workers, it’s a time to grab a quick dinner, a smoke, or a cup of coffee….[Continued]
With the proper equipment, it is easy to field dress a deer.
Knowing how to field dress a deer is very important. If you don’t the deer cooled as quickly as possible, you run the risk of the meat spoiling.
If you don’t know how to field dress a deer, or are just looking for a few pointers, this is the video for you. Watch as the Skin N’ Bones Field Dressing Kit from 12 Survivors is put to the test.
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