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  • Blog Entry
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    20 Jul 2017 Posted By Vincent B.

    Things to Look For in a Hunting Lodge

    There are many things to look for in a hunting lodge. Your hunting lodge will be your refuge for a weekend or a week. If you are a beginner hunter, you may or may not know what to exactly look for while choosing between hunting lodges.

  • News Article
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    16 Jul 2017 Posted By Bettie W.

    Hunting Knife Styles and Uses

    People of all ages throughout time have hunted for survival, pleasure, and necessity. The hunting knife has been a staple piece of equipment among hikers, campers, and fisherman as well for the same purposes. A quality knife makes the process of hunting easier, more enjoyable, and often times safer.

  • News Article
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    14 Jul 2017 Posted By Damien H.

    Hunting Dogs and Hand Signals

    Training a hunting dog with hand signals is very practical. This can be mixed with verbal commands, when you are initially training your dog, which will reinforce the hand gestures.

  • Blog Entry
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    12 Jul 2017 Posted By Max M.

    Elk Bugling Techniques And Tips

    The art of elk calling is one that can be the quintessential turning point for a hunter's success rate with elk. There are many different techniques styles and methods of making elk calling an essential part of your tool kit while hunting. It starts with some of these basics.

  • Media Post
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    10 Jul 2017 Posted By Elva J.

    Wolf Hunting In Siberia: Saving The Reindeer (Part 1)

    In Siberia, wolves are killing reindeer by the thousands, pushing the government to create a bounty system to curtail the wolf population. This is part 1 of our doc, ...

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