Got Game? If you are into hunting for the big ones, the more you know about the species you are hunting for, the more likely you are to have a successful hunt. That’s a proven fact. So, how do you go about getting this information?
The first thing you will want to do is to narrow down where and what you want to hunt. Maybe you just know you want to hunt in Alaska but are not sure what you want to hunt for. Or, perhaps you want to hunt black bear…somewhere. If you at least know one or the other, what OR where, you can start there.
As far as hunting big game in the United States goes, you have a lot of options. Black bear, brown bear, grizzly bear, elk, alligator, bison, moose, antelope and boar are a few of the many species you have to choose from. What you want to hunt will help determine where you want to hunt and vice versa.
Alaska, Colorado, Montana, Florida and practically every state has big game hunting. They also have seasons in which you are allowed to hunt each specie and rules and regulations that include a hunting license application and possibly a safety class as well so do your homework so you don’t miss out.
Watching hunting shows on television is a great way to learn more about the game you are wanting to hunt for. You will learn tips from experienced hunters that would otherwise most likely take you many hunts to learn on your own. Hunting show hosts are also good about plugging equipment and products they feel help in the hunt like specific brands of eronus scents and scent-block as well.
There are many excellent big game hunting websites too. You can learn much from personal blogs written by hunters. Many not only give helpful hints about the hunt but about spots to hunt in as well.
Natural Geographic publications and videos are another fantastic way to learn about the animal you wish to hunt. Learn the creature’s habits as well as his likes and dislikes. Where and when do they sleep and feed? What spooks them? What lures them? Answer these questions and you are well on your way to a successful big game hunt.
Word of mouth can’t be beat. Learn from those who have gone before you. Not only can you get this firsthand information from televised hunting shows, but right down at the local diner as well. Spend time rubbing shoulders with those who share your passion and listen to their hunting tales. The “big one that got away” might just be yours for the taking.
Learning all you can about the spot and species you wish to hunt is the key to a successful big game hunt. Knowing what to hunt, where, when and how are all things you will gain knowledge on by watching informative shows, searching out great hunting websites and listening to those who tell their tales. Knowledge coupled with great products, skill and a bit of luck will help you