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500+ Unique hunting dog names: pick one for your dog now!

By Marvin Nelson / November 17, 2019

Share0 Tweet0 Dogs and humans have been friends for thousands of years. When humans lived hunter and gatherer lives, dogs were there not only to help us hunt but to provide security and company.If you got a dog or thinking about getting one (here are a few dog breeds), you have to think of a […]


How a GPS Can Improve Your Hunting Performance?

By Marvin Nelson / November 14, 2017

Share0 Share +10 Tweet0 GPS is a must-needed tool or system for hunting. When you go out for hunting, there is a huge possibility to lose your way in the wild places. If you have a GPS device, you can easily solve this problem. Otherwise, it will become a great problem for you. A GPS device […]


A List of Environment Friendly Hunting Gears for Preserving Wild Life

By Marvin Nelson / November 8, 2017

Share0 Share +10 Tweet0 It feels great to be a hunter. But meanwhile have you ever think, aren’t you affecting the nature environment around you in a negative way? Usually, hunters respect nature. In the case of hunting, it is also important to use environment-friendly tools. The generation process of hunting gear needs a lot of […]


Hunting hogs at night – Tips and tricks that you should know

By Dale Richardson / September 29, 2017

Share0 Share +10 Tweet0 Have you ever wondered about the life of ancient people? At the time when they lived in caves, ate what they can hunt, survived if they can win over the wild beasts and cruel nature? How terrifyingly dangerous and uncertain life was that? Dreadful, right? But, at the same time – thrilling. I myself […]


What should you do when wild boar attacks during hunting?

By Marvin Nelson / August 26, 2017

Share0 Share +10 Tweet0 Did you ever play the famous simulation game Age of Empire? If you did, then you must remember the crazy wild hogs that killed one or two of your innocent villagers when they try to hunt one with their ancient bows. This happened a lot, if you were not cautious.  What […]

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