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Now that you know what you're going to hunt, where you're going to hunt, and what you're going to hunt with, you want to look at where you are going to practice. Again if you live in a state with available public land you probably have already seen areas where others have been practicing. If you live in an area without public land access a quick internet search will provide you with information on local private ranges. I recommend you go to these ranges and find one where you are comfortable with both the facilities and the staff. Most private ranges will have instructors and a variety of other amenities. Since you are just starting out becoming a member of a range can be a great way to learn a ton of information from the staff and other members. Don't be shy about admitting you are new to the sport and you will find other shooters who are usually eager to help and chat with new comers. Any information you pick up at the range you can verify and research on your own with simple internet surfing local hunting regulations. The main thing to learn in this stage is that your goal is to become proficient with your weapon so you can start harvesting the game of your choice. One caveat, this part can be so much fun you may be tempted to forget hunting and enjoy the fun of shooting at the range, you can make that decision when you get there but for this article we'll assume you have become proficient and are still motivated to pursue hunting.deer hunting season

You'll want to keep up with shooting at the range but now you need to add another skill to your resume. Hunting! This is where you do your research on the particular game you want to hunt. You will want to get all the information you can on the area you will be hunting, maps, Google earth views, and as many times hiking and driving through the area as you can get. Study the habits and particularly the identification of the game you're after. Find out what that species likes to eat, when they eat, how they behave when spooked, do their habits change depending on weather or phase of the moon, and compare that information to your study of the hunting area. Can you find an area full of their favorite foods, are there signs like tracks or droppings in the area and what other signs are there.deer hunting season

Congratulations, you are already on the hunt because this is part of it. Get to know the quarry, the habitat, and even the competition. Though you may be the only human around quite often you are not the only hunter in the territory. You need to be aware of this and be prepared in case you cross paths on your hunts. More often than not other hunting species will turn and run at the first sign of humans, usually before you even know they are there, so it is not so much that you may be in danger from the other hunters but more that it will benefit you as a hunter. For example if you go to where you plan to hunt and stumble on wolf tracks and a fresh kill it may be a good sign that your quarry has been run from the area and you need to adapt your plan. If you have studied the habits of the game and you are familiar with how they react when hunted by predators, and you have studied the area and are familiar with where chased quarry might hold up or hide, you are already a step ahead on adapting your hunt.camo hunting 

Make sure you plan ahead for your actual hunt. You have learned the area, the game, the competition, and have become proficient with your hunting rifle and familiar with the rest of your hunting gear. You don't want to go through all that and wind up in the woods with a hundred and fifty pounds of delicious meat on the ground and no knife in your pack and no way to get that meat back to camp. When you are planning for the hunt think about the details, how long will you be there, what will the weather be like, how many people will be with you, where will you sleep, cook, eat, do you have your license, do you have the correct tag, etc... The more of these questions you ask yourself before your trip the more prepared you will be when you start putting together your supplies. In my experience something is always forgotten or left behind, having a big smile and the ability to laugh at yourself will help you to be prepared for that too.camo hunting 



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