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Hog hunting is one of the fastest growing segments of the hunting world. If you've been hearing about it and have been thinking about it, here's why you need to get out there and start doing it now. Candace Hubble with a nice Texas hog. Photo courtesy of QueensOfCamo.com Tip: 4 Surefire Signs You Have a Feral Hog Problem   Whether you call them wild hogs or feral pigs, it's no secret that the population of these critters has literally exploded in many parts of the southern and southeastern United States over the last few years. It is estimated that…
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Here's what you need to know to select the right rifle ammunition for hunting.
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Practicing with your firearm and live ammunition—whether at a shooting range or in the field—is unquestionably the best training for hunting season and shooting scenarios. However, winter’s icy grip can make this difficult to accomplish during the off-season. These 3 indoor shooting drills will allow you to improve your accuracy without stepping outside or burning a single live round. 1. Stick ‘Em Up Using shooting sticks can improve accuracy in the field is one of the best wasy to ensure clean, one-shot kills on a hunt. These shooting aids are very common in certain areas, such as Africa, but are…
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Although it might be a bit backward to make your first dove hunting trip a high-volume shoot in Argentina, there’s no question that this trial-by-fire provided me with a wealth of experience that might have otherwise taken years to acquire. Here’s a few lessons I learned that could save you some shells this season: Adjust Your Lead Until They Drop Although I’d never hunted doves before, I was aware of how difficult these speedy little birds can be to hit. For years I’d read about how hunters might expend 3-5 shotshells for each dove bagged, and this stuck with me.…
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