Shed antler hunting is a pastime enjoyed every year by a countless number of outdoors men and women. Some people experience great success while shed hunting; others however find difficulty in becoming proficient in this game. In this guide, you will know how to go shed hunting from basics to advanced tips. So let's dive into it...
When we venture outdoors we often feel vulnerable. It's probably one of the reasons we do it, because risk and reward are such closely bonded concepts! But at the same time, most of us recognize the importance of planning and risk mitigation. So it's no surprise that a lot of people want to know what to do if you see a bear when out and about. Our friend Bertie Cowen over at Effortless Outdoors has researched what you should do if you spot a bear:
A friend asked me about hunting because she wanted to provide her son with wild game to eat. She had chosen to raise her child in Alaska so they both would have opportunities to spend time outdoors, connect to the natural world and "hunt and fish."
One Saturday in December continued a tradition so strong in hundreds of south Louisiana families that the celebration surrounding the first day of "dog" season rivals the Fourth of July and Mardi Gras. "It started with my grandpa, Louis, and it's remained strong for lots of us," Jeff Dinino said days before their pack of deer dogs were turned loose in the swamps in St. James Parish.