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Hunter Check-In Boxes by Hollie Whitetail
All club members should be required to know all stand locations prior to the day’s hunt. Check-in boards should be used on each hunting lease so that occupied stand locations are identified. No hunter should ever assume another hunter sees him. Quickly give a verbal signal when a vehicle or other hunter stops suddenly. Hunters should clearly identify a target before shooting and be absolutely sure, not only of the target but what is behind it.Hunter Check-In Boxes Can Prevent Accidents
Turkey Hunting Safety by Hollie Whitetail
Each spring thousands of hunters enter the woods in pursuit of the eastern wild turkey. Turkey hunting is considered one of the most challenging hunts. The typical hunter will use concealment and imitation to lure the majestic gobbler into shooting range; sometimes the concealment and calling, results in tragic shooting accidents.
Hunting the Rut by Hollie Whitetail
Each year hunters wait patiently for “the rut”, when bucks undoubtedly are less cautious and more visible in their vagrant search for does. Breeding time can in fact be a very productive time of the year to bag a trophy buck, as they are the most active during this part of the season.