This week on Cutting the Distance, Remi talks antelopes in the great wide open, focusing on what it takes to get close and be successful on one of his favorite western hunts.
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Goose hunting is a favorite pastime of many hunters across the country. Something about a large flock dropping, fast, right toward your decoy spread is exhilarating. While it seems easy at the time the birds start to cup, it is no easy task to to get them to commit.
Geese roost on the water at night and then leave the water early in the morning in order to fly to their feeding areas. They will often return to their roosting areas in the late...
Rabbit hunting is a favorite off-season pursuit for many sportsmen. Chasing rabbits allows for a hunter to hone their skills while enjoying a day out in the field with good friends.
While you may think rabbit hunting is pretty easy, there is a lot that goes into the act. Rabbits are tough animals to hunt and kill, using the right methods and strategies will help you be successful on your hunt.
Rabbit hunting allows you to master...
Spot and stalk hunting is easily the most rigorous and demanding form of big game hunting. The method is well suited to open or semi-open spaces, where a hunter can locate his prey at a distance before stalking into effective killing distance without alarming the animal.
The spot-and-stalk method is as applicable to a Dall sheep hunter who’s looking at a ram on the top of a mountain that’s three miles away as it is for a Florida hog hunter who...