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Old Feb 26th 2015, 07:52 PM   #1
 
  Jun 2014
  Texas


Opening day may be awhile off, but that* 16pxdoesn't *mean that you can’t get in some activities now that will help you on your next whitetail*hunting trip. While temperatures may be heating up around the Lone Star State, now is the ideal time to pay attention to your weapons and ensure they are in good working order. Considering buying a new gun or bow? With the temperatures heating up outside, this is an excellent time to do some research to find the ideal weapon to add to your stash.


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cambria, serif Now is also actually a good opportunity to get some time in at the range. Did you notice that your aim seemed to be a bit off last year? Have you recently bought a new weapon that needs to be sighted in? This is the perfect time to hone your skills, sight in a new shotgun, and even chat with other hunters in the process.


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cambria, serif You might also be surprised to find that the off season is a good time to try your hand at predator hunting. This is about much more than just keeping your skills strong during the off season. It’s also about eliminating predators that could serve as a danger to newborn fawns. Some estimates indicate that as many as 75% of new fawns are killed by predators within three days of birth. Remember, today’s fawns are tomorrow’s bucks. Coyotes, in particular, are a serious danger to newborn fawns. By successfully hunting predators, you can reduce their impact on deer while also improving several important skills that will help to make your next whitetail hunt more successful when the season opens. For instance, predator hunting is a great way to improve your ability to hunt the wind. This is because coyotes have a tremendous sense of smell. In fact, the coyote’s sense of smell surpasses even that of the whitetail. Coyotes are known to actively circle downwind. Each time you hunt predators, you must take the wind into account.


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cambria, serif Predator hunting also allows you to practice your concealment and stealth. Both of these skills are crucial to whitetail deer hunting. Predators tend to have superior hearing and sight. When hunting predators, you must learn how to be absolutely silent and still. Finally, predator hunting gives you the opportunity to practice accurate shooting. With targets that tend to be small and elusive, predator hunting is the ideal opportunity to practice your skills with a shotgun or rifle. Add in the fact that you are shooting at live targets and at a distance, and this is an excellent chance to hone your skills.


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cambria, serif You might also consider picking up some new skills during the off season? Have you always wanted to give bow hunting a try? If so, now is the time to practice. Bow hunting is significantly different from firearms hunting, so whatever time you spend practicing now will certainly benefit you when the regular season opens.


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cambria, serif If you happen to be in Texas, then do give us a call and book your hunting trip with Big Rack Ranch for a memorable hunting trip. cambria, serifOpening day may be awhile off, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t get in some activities now that will help you on your next whitetail hunting trip. While temperatures may be heating up around the Lone Star State, now is the ideal time to pay attention to your weapons and ensure they are in good working order. Considering buying a new gun or bow? With the temperatures heating up outside, this is an excellent time to do some research to find the ideal weapon to add to your stash.


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cambria, serif Now is also actually a good opportunity to get some time in at the range. Did you notice that your aim seemed to be a bit off last year? Have you recently bought a new weapon that needs to be sighted in? This is the perfect time to hone your skills, sight in a new shotgun, and even chat with other hunters in the process.


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cambria, serif You might also be surprised to find that the off season is a good time to try your hand at predator hunting. This is about much more than just keeping your skills strong during the off season. It’s also about eliminating predators that could serve as a danger to newborn fawns. Some estimates indicate that as many as 75% of new fawns are killed by predators within three days of birth. Remember, today’s fawns are tomorrow’s bucks. Coyotes, in particular, are a serious danger to newborn fawns. By successfully hunting predators, you can reduce their impact on deer while also improving several important skills that will help to make your next whitetail hunt more successful when the season opens. For instance, predator hunting is a great way to improve your ability to hunt the wind. This is because coyotes have a tremendous sense of smell. In fact, the coyote’s sense of smell surpasses even that of the whitetail. Coyotes are known to actively circle downwind. Each time you hunt predators, you must take the wind into account.


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cambria, serif Predator hunting also allows you to practice your concealment and stealth. Both of these skills are crucial to whitetail deer hunting. Predators tend to have superior hearing and sight. When hunting predators, you must learn how to be absolutely silent and still. Finally, predator hunting gives you the opportunity to practice accurate shooting. With targets that tend to be small and elusive, predator hunting is the ideal opportunity to practice your skills with a shotgun or rifle. Add in the fact that you are shooting at live targets and at a distance, and this is an excellent chance to hone your skills.


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cambria, serif You might also consider picking up some new skills during the off season? Have you always wanted to give bow hunting a try? If so, now is the time to practice. Bow hunting is significantly different from firearms hunting, so whatever time you spend practicing now will certainly benefit you when the regular season opens.


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cambria, serif If you happen to be in Texas, then do give us a call and book your hunting trip with Big Rack Ranch for a memorable hunting trip.
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