HOW TO tips
Can someone hunt on a budget? Sure they can, but just like any hobby, hunting can get very expensive. You need a place to hunt, the right gear, processing and taxidermy fees, guns and ammo… It can all add up very quickly.
There is nothing like Opening Day of dove season. We welcome dove season like a long-lost friend because it signals that fall is just around the corner and hunting will soon be in full swing. We accept the fact that snakes lurk about and mosquitoes, ticks, and chiggers also welcome us to their world. It’s dove season, and we don’t care.
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I’m always looking for things that make shooting easier and more fun. And, I want those items to transfer from the range to the field with ease. Practicing for the best shot possible should occur with every pull of the trigger. This is not limited to your rifle or your cartridge, but also in your optics and your rest
Any hunter is going to make mistakes regardless of the experience level. Even the most skilled hunters sometimes come across unfamiliar situations, in which the risk of making a mistake can be really high.
I want as close to perfect and consistent as I can get. Every single round of hand loaded ammunition goes through the QA/QC process. Plus, I like shooting targets for stress relief so why not put in the time and keep it interesting?
So let's start with the most basic and probably most important knot, the half hitch. Make this knot your best friend! If you're a beginner, use it every time you tie in and off of a material. This way if you break or accidently cut your thread you can go back to your last step and start from there and not the whole fly. And it's super simple.
This is another one of those "must haves" in your fly box. Quick and easy to tie, the Griffith's Gnat can imitate many of those tiny midges you see emerging or buzzing on the surface of the water (you know, the ones that like to get in your face, mouth, nose and ears ). From looking like a single insect to a cluster of them, the Griffith's Gnat can attract even the biggest trout.