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In celebration of reaching 600,000 supporters on their Facebook page, one lucky winner will receive a gift certificate worth $600 to use on the ammo of their choice from the National Association for Gun Rights!!!

They’ll contact you through email on Tuesday, January 8, if you are selected as the winner!

Enter Here!

Happy Hunting!

– Marci

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Nice video on how to easily clean and skin a trout.

Happy Hunting (and Fishing)!

– Marci

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Knowing your fish is most certainly an important part of fishing.  Trout and salmon are a good example of why we need to be able to easily identify fish.  One salmon may be in season while another one is out.  Unless you want to risk a big fine, you’d better make sure you’re not trying to keep the wrong one!

The Idaho Department of Fish and Game has a very nice chart to help you identify game fish.  It also has lots of additional information on the fish such as life history, feeding habits and angling techniques.

Know before you go!

Game Fish Identification

Happy Hunting & Fishing!

– Marci

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When I go fishing, I seem to setup my gear just fine.  But to be honest, I don’t actually know what I’m doing.  I’m just guessing.  Well here is a great little diagram for a very basic fishing setup and how to tie a basic fishing knot.  Now I can do it correctly with the guesswork taken out of it!

Basic Fishing Setup

 

 

Happy Hunting & Fishing!

– Marci

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shooting 01When it comes to learning, games and interactive media are wonderful!  Computers and the internet have made learning many new things fun rather than grueling.  Hunting education and safety are now easier than ever as well as fun!

When hunting, we tend to get excited when we have an animal in our sights.  But just because they’re in your sights doesn’t mean you should pull the trigger.  When IS the correct time to pull the trigger?  What is a good angle and what is a bad angle?  If you pull the trigger, is the animal going to fall down dead because it was a good shot, or is it going to run away hurt?

The interactive game, Shoot or Don’t Shoot, is a good way to learn if you should shoot or not shoot a deer depending on the angle it is at or what is between you and the deer.  Brought to you buy the Indiana Department of Natural Resources, this is a wonderful interactive learning exercise that is very educational and useable.

Shoot or Don’t Shoot

Happy Hunting!

– Marci

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CartoonHunterWhat’s the matter?  Hunting season is over?  Well hunting season is never over if you’re hunting for deer in this fun little online game!  Okay… it’s not as fun as real hunting, but you certainly get to shoot more deer!  So take a break, have some fun and shoot some deer!

Deer Hunting Game

 

Happy Hunting!

– Marci

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Treestand Safety Course at HunterCourse.com

Every hunter should be thoroughly trained in hunting safety.  But hunting from a treestand has its own set of safety procedures that go with it and if you are hunting from a stand, you’re definitely going to want to know them and have them down cold.

HunterCourse.com has a wonderful, free, online treestand safety course.  If you ever hunt from a treestand, take the time and do this course.  They could not have made it any more convenient and easy.  It’s free.  It’s online.  And you can do it at your convenience.

FREE Treestand Safety Course

Happy Hunting!

– Marci

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