Category Archives: Beginners Guide

How To Become a Lady Hunter – Part 2

By Vikki Trout Basic Issues Women Hunters Confront Part 2 – Fears, Challenges, Surprises and Satisfactions! 1.  Facing Fears Whether you’re a woman or a man, fear is a part of being in the outdoors, and it’s nothing to be ashamed … Continue reading

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How To Become a Lady Hunter – Part 1

By Vikki Trout Basic Questions Women Hunters Ask Part 1 – Species, Clothing and Gear! I have hunted for nearly 25 years. It all began when my husband John invited me to go wild turkey hunting. Although it would take five … Continue reading

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How To Hunt Pressured Turkeys – Part 2

The Bachelor Pad: How to Find Where Gobblers Die, Part 2 by Steve Sorensen Have you ever found a gobbler’s bachelor pad? Lots of gobblers are killed at their bachelor pads – the place where they’re safe, want to be … Continue reading

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How To Hunt Rabbits Without A Dog

Four Tips To Improve Your Chances For Cottontails By John Jameson Many hunters use dogs, particularly beagles, to hunt rabbits. A good hunting dog sniffs out or spots the rabbit and flushes it toward your gun, making it easier to … Continue reading

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Processing Deer Meat On Your Own

You Don’t Have To Be An Expert To Butcher A Deer Safely By Pat Carrothers  The best thing you can do for the deer processing portion of hunting is make sure that the meat does not spoil.  This is … Continue reading

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