There are as many hunting tips, strategies, tactics, and techniques as there are hunters.
Helpful tips can aid a hunter from the time he purchases his first firearm until he sits down to supper to enjoy his back-strap with mashed potatoes and gravy. So, let me get the ball rolling with a tip of my own.
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Always wear your tree stand safety harness. Don't climb a tree without one.
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Every turkey hunting season I seem to run into the problem of getting bit by those darn aggravating little chiggers. Anytime you're out in the woods, …
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