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Best Duck Hunting Dogs

11 Best Duck Hunting Dogs That Will Make You A Professional Hunter

By Kevin Steffey | Duck Hunting

If you are comfortable with dogs and are an avid hunter, then getting a hunting dog would be the most natural course to take. Hunting dogs or gundogs as they are also known as, add dimension to a hunt, which makes the whole process much more fun. These dogs are very popularly used in duck hunting, so here are 11 best duck hunting dogs that are widely used by hunters to enhance their hunting experience.

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When Coyotes Are Most Active

Learn About When Coyotes Are Most Active And More!

By Kevin Steffey | Coyote Hunting

In hunting circles, Coyote hunting is a very popular sport which leads to the question, “When are coyotes most active?” You will find these wily canines in densely-wooded areas, and they can be a nuisance to inhabitants who live on the borders of woods and forests. Although they rarely attack humans, coyotes are well-known for wreaking havoc amongst livestock, especially poultry and cattle. They are also known to prey upon domestic pets like cats and small dogs.

Thus comes the need for coyote hunting. The controversial questions here are when the best time to find these devious beasts is? And where can they found in abundance? Here, we answer all your questions by offering the basic facts which will make coyote hunting a more fulfilling experience for you.

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How Fast Can A Coyote Run-

How Fast Can A Coyote Run?

By Kevin Steffey | Coyote Hunting

You’ve been sitting in the stand for going on an hour. Finally, you see it. Out of the corner of your eye, spot movement.

It’s a nice-sized coyote, slinking into view to check out the sounds coming from the e-caller you’ve got placed next to a decoy. You’re downwind, and it looks like it’s going to be a perfect shot.

Then, it happens. Your buddy seems to choose the worst possible moment in the world to sneeze. It’s a loud one, too. The ‘yote hears it and practically disappears in front of your eyes it seems to be gone so quick.

It happens to everyone. If you’re like me, one of your first thoughts is: “Wow. How fast can a coyote run, anyways?”

It’s a good question. There’s a reason, after all, that these animals have become so prevalent that many areas allow them to be hunted year-round.

They’re adaptable, thriving even in the face of urban sprawl. They’re sly, avoiding what few predators they have very successfully. Most of all, they’re fast. Let’s take a look at just how fast.

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Best Duck Hunting Waders

The Best Duck Hunting Waders That You Could Ever Think Of

By Kevin Steffey | Duck Hunting

Ever wondered what makes a successful duck hunt more memorable? Well, it’s not an easy question to answer but among several of the factors that go into a well-planned duck hunt is the accessories that are used.

Duck hunting can be a wet, messy affair and without proper gear, your experience could quickly turn from pleasant to miserable. Having good waders can make all the difference, so here we bring you the best duck hunting waders that you can get on the market.

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What Does Coyote Poop Look Like

What Does Coyote Poop Look Like: How To Identify Scat

By Kevin Steffey | Coyote Hunting

If you’re new to hunting coyotes, you may be spending a lot of time trying to find the best place to set up your stand. It can be hard to find the perfect spot when you don’t have tons of experience to guide you, and hours in the stand with no ‘yote in sight can be pretty demoralizing.

The easy answer to this problem is to hunt where there’s lots of coyotes. However, these guys are sneaky and aren’t always as easy to spot as some animals you may have hunted in the past.

With deer, for instance, some patience and observation will typically show you where they like to hang out and you can set up based on where you’ve seen them in the past.

When hunting sly prey--such as the coyote--you’ll need to find a different way to track them. A fairly reliable way to do this, especially with coyotes, is by learning to identify their scat(poop).

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