Ads 468x60px

Friday, June 2, 2017

Tips for a Successful Deer Hunting Trip

Tips for a Successful Deer Hunting Trip

 Hunting is enjoyed by men and women across the country. Even though it is no longer necessary for survival as it was many years ago, people still enjoy the thrill of the hunt. Learning to do so safely and responsibly is a valuable lesson that every first-time hunter should learn. Along with learning to hunt responsibly, there are a few things that can make the trip more enjoyable and productive.

 Take the Right Weapons and Clothing

 Choose your rifle or bow depending on the season. Many areas where people go to deer hunt have a bow season first and then gun season. If you are a seasoned hunter, you will already have chosen a favorite weapon. However, if it is your first time, talk to friends that hunt, and get recommendations on the type you will need.

 Hunting season generally starts in northern parts of the country in the late fall and early winter. It is quite likely you will encounter snow, and temperatures could get quite frigid. Ensuring that you have supplies including warm clothing is a must. A hat will help keep your head and body warm. Pants, shirts, and jackets, as well as warm socks, will help you to be more comfortable in the cold. An example of a company that offers hunting socks is Techspun.

 Choosing the Area

 If you want to have a successful hunting trip, it is a necessity to know where to go to find the deer. When it is possible, checking on them a few weeks in advance of the start of the season can help. It is not unusual to see plenty of deer before hunting season and all of a sudden, they disappear. Many people like to say they know when the season starts. Once the season does start, it is likely they move due to the increase in people in their area.

 Tracking the deer is easier when there is fresh snow. If you are not experienced at doing so, you need to remember, the deeper the tracks, the heavier the deer. When the temperatures drop, particularly overnight, it is more difficult to figure out when tracks were made. With more experience, it becomes easier.

 Of course, you will need to take a backpack with the essentials. Being prepared is one of the best ways to ensure that you have a good trip. Even experienced hunters can learn new things that help to make their hunting experience better.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey! I'm at work browsing your blog from my new iphone!

Just wanted to say I love reading your blog and look forward to all your posts!
Keep up the great work!

Look at my blog post :: baterie bidetowe

James B said...

A very good article on hunting and tracking deer, I have found in my hunting days that if you can locate areas that deer free- quint around water or feeding areas you can set up a tree stand where you can oversee a walking path or watering hole and just wait and it might take a few hours but it generally will pay off when they come to feed or drink. I have sometimes taken up behind at the base of a tree if I can find sufficient cover.

Blog Widget by LinkWithin


The Survivalists Web Ring (Western)
Powered By Ringsurf



Affiliate Disclosure: I am grateful to be of service and bring you content free of charge. In order to do this, please note that when you click links and purchase items, in most (not all) cases I will receive a referral commission. Your support in purchasing through these links enables me to share more information and get closer to getting my family totally off-grid and on our own piece of land. This will let me share more and more information to allow , hopefully, for you to become more self-sufficient and able to become more prepared by reading my blog and purchasing items that I share with you that will help you. Thank you! :)