Category: Hunting Tips

Things to Bring With You to a Hunting Lodge

Packing for a Hunting Trip

Are you planning a hunting trip? Outside of mapping the area where you’re going to hunt and taking some practice shots before you go, you should also spend time checking and double checking what you’re going to pack to bring with you to the hunting lodge. The last thing you want to do is forget… Read more »

Tips for Planning a Hunting Trip

Planning a Hunting Trip

Are you in the process of planning a hunting trip? It’ll be great to get out into the wilderness with your friends or family to do a little hunting. However, before you finish planning it all out, there are some tips you should keep in mind. Take a look at them below: Consider what you… Read more »

A Guide For New Hunters

Hunting

Are you planning to go hunting for the first time soon? You’re probably filled with anticipation and can’t wait to get out there and experience hunting for yourself. While it’s okay to be excited, you should also plan to be prepared for your trip. Here are some tips for new hunters to follow. Take a… Read more »

New Year’s Resolutions for Hunters

New Year's Resolution

It’s always difficult to keep a New Year’s resolution. However, one-way to improve your chances of doing it is by picking a resolution that is tied to something you enjoy doing. For example, if you love to hunt, there are plenty of hunting-related New Year’s resolutions that you could try in 2018. Here are a… Read more »

Tips for Staying Warm While Hunting in the Winter

Hunting in Snow

If you love hunting but can’t stand the cold temperatures that often come along with it, then you probably wish there was a way to stay warm when you’re out trying to bag big game. It’s just about impossible to avoid the cold altogether, but there are some things you can do to keep yourself… Read more »

Reasons to Have a Taxidermist Preserve Your Big Game Trophy

Tioga Boar Hunting Ranch offers hunters the chance to catch Pure Russian Boar, Black Boar, Red Boar and more. As one of the largest hunting preserves in the East, Tioga is home to exotic game in the Allegheny mountain range of Northcentral Pennsylvania. In the old days, once a hunter caught big game, he had… Read more »

Four Ways to Sharpen Your Archery Skills This Spring

Bow hunting is one of the oldest and most enjoyable ways to take game. For many hunters, archery is a way to connect with primal hunting skills that have been honed and refined for generations, but finding success in the field requires having a shot that’s skillful and true. Whether you’re a seasoned bow hunter… Read more »

Hitting a Moving Target: Tips for Success

As any hunter will tell you, game hunting is an incredible pastime. It allows you to become one with nature as well as practice your marksmanship and talents with a firearm. It is more fun, however, if you can bring home a large animal like a buffalo, a deer or a boar. To do this… Read more »

What Gun for What Game: Matching Your Caliber to the Hunt

Hunting at a Preserve

Before you go on your next hunting trip, you need to make sure you have the right caliber ammunition based on the type of game you plan to hunt. Caliber refers to the diameter of a bullet, and the higher the caliber of your ammo is, the larger and more powerful it’s going to be…. Read more »

The Importance of Field Dressing

Hunting is one of the oldest activities performed by humankind. Today, many of us hunt for sport, but a lot of us still hunt for its original purpose – food. Hunting your own meat allows you to have that accomplished feeling that you really earned your meal, and each bite tastes all that much better… Read more »