There's been lots of hunting contests going on in recent weeks. We love this time of year because there's always something to learn by seeing how others hunt. One contest in particular caught our attention and we decided to sponsor it!
When it comes to flounder gigging at night, moon phase is not one of the aspects that will make or break your trip but it may make for a hard time gigging flounder. After interviewing several commercial and recreational fisherman, the most common feedback we received matches with our personal experiences.
No matter what you are hunting, you need to know your target species’ key attributes. Know their strengths, weaknesses, tendencies, and behavior so you can exploit them to hunt smarter instead of harder.
We are in what is considered the flounder gigging off-season by most. Most people prefer not to gig flounder in the cold weather while others are ...
1- Prey Distress Studies have shown coyotes will eat anything they can fit in their mouths including rocks, plastic packaging, harness buckles, a...
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.
When it comes to gigging, whether it’s frogs, flounder, sheepshead, drum, or even carp, there are some key components that will make for a successful experience. We’ve interviewed several commercial giggers and have found these 4 must-haves.
You can whip out your Blood Hound Blood Tracking Light and switch between Blood Tracking Mode and Illumination Mode. Blood Tracking Mode blends the background terrain and makes the red blood stick out. Illumination Mode makes the color of terrain appear more vibrant.
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