Hunting's Best Advice

Every hunter follows in the footsteps of those before him. We carry on the knowledge of the men and women who have imparted wisdom and unwritten rules, sage advice that we'll never forget. We asked 13 professional hunters, celebrities and outdoor TV personalities to share the knowledge they've held onto through the years—advice they'll undoubtedly pass on to the next generation. (Photo: NWTF)

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4 Responses to Hunting's Best Advice

Ed Forbes wrote:
June 03, 2011

I & my family would like to thank you for writing about our uncle Peter, he was the brother of our mother Elsie (who has also passed on).As we were raised in Ontario we only got to meet on to few occasions, but each one was memorable.Thanks again!!!

Matt wrote:
September 30, 2010

Very much agree. I have learned the hard way over the years, and have found much greater success at taking big deer by being patient. I didn't say being patient is easy, but it pays.

Eric D. wrote:
August 27, 2010

Excellent advise. We have coined a phrase pertaining to deer hunting. Deer hunting is a game of "He who moves first looses."

Richard Lashua wrote:
August 26, 2010

When shooting IHMSA Silhouettes or Prairie Dog hunting, I take three deap breaths and exhale the last breath slowly while squeezing the trigger. The extra oxygon allows me to hold a clearer picture for a little longer time.