Hunting squirrels by land is the common approach, but bagging the furry critters from a boat can be just as effective. Plus it’s, you know, kind of a blast.
Coyote hunters sometimes try to do too much. Consider taking a step back and making things simple.
Coyotes are all the same, but that doesn’t mean they’re all in the same place.
An increase of auto collisions involving deer means more roadside meals for coyotes. Here’s how you can use their meal advantage as your hunting advantage.
You may not see them, but, thanks to scientific research, we know they’re there. It turns out there’s more than one way to count a cat.
Learn how to incorporate technology when upgrading your predator-hunting truck.
Some guys bite off more than they can chew, while others tag along to get a peek at your best hunting spots. A good hunting buddy is great when it works out. Not so much when it doesn’t.
If you’re interested in turning your fur into cash, here are a few tips that will get you the most money for your harvest.
See our lineup of a lineup of some of predator hunting’s best calibers. Find recommendations for everything from coyotes to small varmint.
The basics of any calling stand still apply when using an electronic caller, but using an e-caller provides the hunter with unique opportunities.
Stop calling blindly. A siren can be helpful when locating coyotes on your next hunt.
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