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There are hundreds of posts on BookYourHunt.com, so we created this content page to help you find your way about. The posts are grouped by theme: About BookYourHunt.com, Hunting Industry and Conservation, Hunting Stories, Hunting 101, Hunting in North America, Your First African Safari, More on Hunting in Africa, Hunting Around the World, History of Hunting, Inspirational and Motivational, BookYourHunt Chronicles. Have a look to see if you haven’t missed any of our great content!

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Can I Have Both? How to combine a hunting and a fishing adventure: Tips from outfitters

Some men like a’fishin’, and some men like a’fowlin’, and many enjoy both. When it comes to booking a hunting trip, the question “perhaps I can fish there, too?” naturally arises. Since we’ve launched our sister website, BaitYourHook.com, we have been interested in this topic, too. So, we asked some of the outfitters who offer the best of both worlds on BookYourhHunt.com for their opinions and tips on how to combine fishing and hunting in one journey.

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Hunting 101. Rifle Ballistics: What You Need to Know

The world of ballistics can be an exciting adventure, but a beginning hunter is advised to play it safe. Start with a rifle chambered for a “regular”, non-Magnum caliber, but with a decent starting velocity, and sight it in for the maximum point-blank range. For hunting, pick the ammo with the best bullet you can afford. Learn how to hit targets at long range (here’s a blog on the subject), but try to keep your shots within the point-blank range.

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Elk Hunting in Canada: What You Need to Know. 

When the talk is about elk hunting, most people automatically think about one of the American Western states – Colorado, Montana, Idaho, Arizona, Wyoming or New Mexico. But the opportunities to pursue the mountain monarchs also exist in Canada. British Columbia and Alberta offer not only healthy herds and decent trophy quality, but also lots of backcountry wilderness and OTC tag options. In fact, for a hunter looking for an opportunity outside their home state, the Maple Leaf Country may appear even more attractive than the US. Here’s what you need to know to start planning your first elk hunt in Canada.

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