Hunting Safety

Carry Safely: Top Tips for Open Carry States

Open carry laws may be controversial in some parts of the country, but depending on where you live, they may have already taken effect. The fact is that while some may disagree with open carry, there are ways to do it responsibly. If you want to take advantage of open carry laws without putting yourself […]

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Choosing a Place to Go Hunting

Are you a hunting enthusiast? If so, you might be looking for a great place where you and your friends will be able to hunt many different types of wild animals. You might want a good challenge to increase your hunting skills. There is also the chance that you simply want to find a fun […]

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Coyotes Hunting

Coyotes use both their nose and eyes to hunt. The cottontail is the coyote’s main meal and they eat more fruit than other canines. You can use either a .222 center fire or a .22 bolt action varmint gun for these animals. The canine is so sharp eyed he can spot the slightest movement from […]

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Ruffed Grouse

At no time is the hunting better than from the close of deer season to the end of partridge season, February 29, 1996. With fewer people, less leaves on the trees, the homebody birds occupying smaller territories they are easier to find, see and bag. The RUFFED GROUSE, a 17 to 20 inch bird with […]

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Ruffed Grouse Hunting

At no time is the hunting better than from the close of deer season to the end of partridge season, February 29, 1996. With fewer people, less leaves on the trees, the homebody birds occupying smaller territories they are easier to find, see and bag. The RUFFED GROUSE, a 17 to 20 inch bird with […]

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SQUIRREL HUNTING

In the woods “Ole Bushy Tail” will play hide and seek; him hiding you seeking. He always keeps a limb or trunk of a tree between you and him. He can be spotted in early morning and late afternoon. Where are the SQUIRRELS? In nut rich woods. M.D. Johnson says, “Memorize this: buckeye, beach, black […]

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Crow Hunting

For the die hard hunter there still is some small game that be bagged. That is the common Crow until April 15, 1996. There is an extended hunting season with liberal hunting regulations. Hiding in a hedge row between two fields on Fridays, Sundays or Mondays, two hunters are calling or using an amplified calling […]

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Hunting safety

Safety comes first. Hunting is enjoyable but if you are not safe in hunting then it makes trouble for the hunter. Before you start hunting you could take hunting safety course. It’s make your make hunting safe enjoyable and memorable. Always carry the gun pointing towards the ground or into the sky, never in the […]

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Outdoor Activities:Keep fishing and hunting

Keep fishing and hunting waste away from trails and water. While fish and game viscera are a natural part of the ecosystem, if disposed of improperly they can be unsightly. The goal in disposing of fish and game viscera is to reduce aesthetic impact and encounters between people and scavenging wildlife. In remote or little-used […]

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Cherokee Guides

Cherokee Hunting Guide Service is a no frills, low cost guide service for those individuals who wish to hire an experienced guide to hunt wild turkey, black bear, deer, and wild boar/hog in the bountiful mountains of Southeastern Tennessee and Southwestern North Carolina. Tennessee hunting will be in the Tellico Ranger District which is one […]