Hello again outdoors world! Just in case you have been hiding under a rock somewhere the past month, hunting season is here! Millions of people are now venturing afield in search of game big and small. I am not any different than most of the hunters out there, and I am usually stuck hunting public lands. After a couple decades of learning I have developed many different tricks to hunting public lands and I have decided to let you in on how I have had lots of success doing so. Continue reading 7 Tips to Successfully Hunt Public Lands
HuntFishTravel – Hunting South Carolina with CJ Davis.
On this week’s episode we’re talking about hunting South Carolina with CJ Davis, owner of Montana Decoy. Continue reading #HuntFishTravel Ep 205 – Hunting South Carolina with CJ Davis
It’s been awhile since I’ve published a post here on HuntFishTravel. Life has gotten crazy, yet again. But isn’t that the way of adulting?
With the temperatures in Wisconsin finally dropping below 95, I decided it was time to get out there and find a suitable bow hunting spot. Yes, I know I’m late to the party, but COVID has really put quite the damper on things. Better late than never.
A lot of articles, podcasts and forums will tell you to locate a buck’s bedding areas. But how do you do that?
Here are three tips that will help you be successful.
Continue reading Tips for Locating Whitetail Buck Bedding Areas
Early season goose is often thought of by many hunters as the feast or famine season. Typically early goose season is designed to manage resident goose populations which in many states are far above population goals. It goes without saying that hunting early season geese presents a whole different set of challenges and strategies for these local resident geese than one would typically use for migrators during regular season. Continue reading 5 Strategies for Early Goose Season Success