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Coyote Calling, Coyote Hunting, Night Hunting, Predator Hunting -

1- Prey Distress  Studies have shown coyotes will eat anything they can fit in their mouths including rocks, plastic packaging, harness buckles, and even the occasional unlucky rabbit. Because of this, there is no secret to which prey distress call to use. The key to a successful hunt is going to depend upon the coyote’s security level. A coyote’s approach to the distress call will be determined by its most recent experience. A study was done on GPS collared coyotes where coyotes were trapped every 6 weeks, collar information was uploaded and fresh batteries were installed, then released back to...

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Hog Hunting, Hog Hunting Light, Night Hunting, Predator Hunting, Predator Hunting Light, Varmint Hunting, Varmint Hunting Light -

This weeks blog will be exposing some of the hottest topics of night hunting: 1 - What is a night hunting light? 2 - Is a red or green light best for hog hunting? 3 - Is a red or green light best for predator hunting? 4 - Is a red or green light best for varmint hunting? This age old question has some of the strongest, most opinionated answers that vary from amateurs to professionals. Normally I would give a short answer to this question upfront but due to the continued controversy we receive from our friends, followers, customers...

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Mother Nature seems to have been playing tricks on us the past couple weeks. We thought we were springing forward into a warmer season, yet she decided otherwise. The last thing you want to do is try to control Mother Nature, so lets roll with the punches and take advantage of the cold weather with this weeks’ bog!

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Coyote Hunting, Hunting Tournament, Night Hunting, Predator Hunting -

As deer hunting comes to a close and the temperatures continue to drop, predator hunting contests come around in full swing. Most predator hunting contests occur between January and March. As a tribute to the start of contest season, we are focusing this week’s blog on tips and tricks to help succeed in your local coyote calling contest.

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Bobcats can be tricky to track down. They’re aloof, highly alert, and often way more aware of their surroundings than us humans are. Sometimes, a bobcat's home range can be over 20 miles. That can make it tough to call in a cat in just one hunt. We've learned a few things that may be able to help you on your next hunt.

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