Nuisance Barking in a Redbone Coonhound

A Redbone Coonhound barking at home can be just as big a problem as a Coonhound barking unnecessarily while treeing quarry. Controlling nuisance barking at home can help immensely when a hunter wants to train a Redbone Coonhound about barking with treed quarry. A command or action that you take can be used to control […]

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Redbone Coonhound Crate Training

Do you want to know how to train your Redbone Coonhound to be comfortable with their crate? You’re not alone. Crate training is invaluable for Coonhounds when they need to be put somewhere when their owners are away. Crate training reduces anxiety, destructive behaviour and barking when you are not home or you cannot watch […]

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Stop a Redbone Coonhound Puppy from Chewing

Chewing for a Redbone Coonhound puppy is a perfectly natural behavior. There are two main reasons they are going to chew on things, either because they are bored or because they are teething. The chewing itself cannot be stopped, but it can be redirected onto things that are allowed to be eaten. You need to […]

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Basic Dog Training for a Redbone Coonhound

Can you honestly argue against a Redbone Coonhound being one of the most loving hunting dog breeds around? Unfortunately, when it comes down to it, basic dog training is an entirely different matter altogether as these loving, hunting dogs are actually quite ornery if not trained properly. However, does a Redbone Coonhound really require special, […]

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Deer Hunting: The Rut

A trophy whitetail deer’s most vulnerable time is when you, the hunter, are deer hunting the rut. This is the time a trophy buck is actively seeking to breed. Caution takes a back seat to their instinct for chasing does and breeding them. The Pre-Rut There are three periods of the rut. The first is […]

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Bird Hunting Tips for Hunting Efficiency

We will start our article with two bird hunting tips based on the wild turkey because wild turkey hunting is one of the most popular bird hunting games. When setting up on wild turkeys before the daylight, you shouldn’t get too close to a roost. The recommended distance is between 100 and 150 yards. If […]

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Crucial Aspects of Bird Hunting Vests

When you start looking for bird hunting vests we advise you to take into consideration the following aspects: Practical features – the vest needs to have large cartridge pockets, a license pocket, and a game pouch. Comfort – the vest must have large armholes, a 2-way zip or a padded neck. Strength – it depends […]

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Modern Material Bird Hunting Boots

The modern day bird hunting boots come in three primary materials: Leather – which is the most traditional outer material. There are several types of leather materials which are used in manufacturing a bird hunting boot: boar hide, cowhide, kangaroo, and others as well. The most popular would be the cowhide because it is very […]

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Using Topographic Maps

Some basic principles on how to use a topographic map that describe briefly what a contour line is and rules that apply to them are as follows. This is not a do all guide so if you’re preparing for a hunting excursion on land you never hunted either get a guide or talk with your […]

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Hunting Deer Topo

If you have been deer hunting for any length of time you soon come to recognize the value combination aerial and topographic maps, have to offer. Not only has technology advanced with streamlining your hunting area to your computer but you can fully map trails, rubs, scrapes, mock scrapes, food plots, feeding areas and bedding […]

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