Posts Tagged ‘hunting tips’

Valuable Hunting Tips from the Midwest

Wednesday, November 25th, 2009

C6100Coast recently published a new article detailing some valuable hunting tips. What makes this particular article unique from others like it, however, is that it’s written from the perspective of a Midwest hunter whose particular geographical location poses a number of interesting challenges, namely that of incredibly short hunting seasons. Make no mistake, though, the article’s tips will help improve any hunter’s experience, no matter his location.

Having the right hunting gear is essential for a successful trip, any hunter knows that,” reads the article. “And when your season lasts only a handful of days, it’s particularly imperative — especially since one piece of shoddy or forgotten equipment can ruin an entire trip.”


Oregon Fall Hunting Forecast Now Available

Friday, September 12th, 2008

Hunters around the Northwest are preparing for deer, elk, bear and game bird season this month and are eager to hear about the potential for an excellent season. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife and published their 2008 Fall Hunting Forecast for just such hunting enthusiasts.
The guide highlights how the weather conditions of the past winter and summer are expected to affect the wild animal populations around the state, including the high deserts of eastern Oregon and the northeast Wallowa Mountains.  Helpful hunting tips as well as population survey data is also included for some animals like bears and waterfowl.

Download the 2008 Fall Hunting Forecast