Here are a few dates and facts for the states most popular with non-resident hunters that you don’t want to miss.Continue reading
Elk Hunting in Arizona: What you need to know
states, and whether you’re looking for a DIY hunt, or considering a guided hunt, now is the time to start researching the state and the units you want to apply for. This is especially true if you want to secure the help of an outfitter in preparing your application. Even if you’re ready to invest in a tribal land hunt, you should probably contact the relevant nation well before the tags go on sale. Have a look at our selection of elk hunts in Arizona and act quick!Continue reading
Where did they all go? How hunting pressure affects the movement of deer and elk
Do the deer and elk know it when the hunting seasons begin? You bet! Studies show they can even tell the difference between bow and rifle seasons. What can science tell us about game animals’ behavior under pressure?Continue reading
Deer Hunting in Arizona
Wide open spaces, often accompanied by scorching heat, but sometimes unexpectedly cold. Grey ghosts lurking in the bush, enormous cat pawprints you may see on the dust of the roads. Spot-and-stalk hunts, or waiting in a bling over a water hole or salt lick. Doesn’t this remind you, at least a little bit, of Africa? But whether you think about deer hunting in Arizona as an exotic or All-American hunt, it’s one of the hunts that should be on every deer hunter’s bucket list.Continue reading
Some Outlook for the 2021 Spring Turkey Season
A brief outlook and essential information about the 2021 spring turkey hunting season. What’s the best state for gobblers, populations, season dates and moreContinue reading
Moose Hunting in the Lower 48: Problems and Opportunities
The Lower 48 have hardly been on top of anyone’s moose hunting destination list – until COVID-19 and related travel bans made many Americans look more closely at hunting opportunities at home.
So, what can the heart of the USA offer to an aspiring moose hunter?Continue reading
Hunting in Idaho: The undiscovered gem of the West?
With international hunting opportunities limited by COVID-19, many American hunters are seriously looking into domestic hunts, so wasting time is not recommended. But even aside from that, Idaho is a state where every hunter worthy of the name would like to go!Continue reading
Elk Hunting in Montana: What you need to know
Do you want to hunt elk in Montana? For: the herd with some of the biggest trophies in the USA, striking environment and ample opportunities for combination hunts. Against: prices of non-resident licenses, draw chances for the most popular units, no OTC bull tags. Learn more and make your choice.Continue reading
Great Expectations: Whitetail Season Forecast for ’19/’20
According to the survey of outfitters on BookYourHunt.com, the prospects for white-tailed deer hunting all over North America are good to excellentContinue reading
A Heritage of the Renaissance: The origin and appeal of hunting over pointing dogs
Hunting over pointing dogs probably originated in the Renaissance Europe. No wonder it is considered by many affictionaldos a form of art!Continue reading
INTERNATIONAL vs LOCAL: Why do international hunters pay more to hunt than local hunters?
In the USA, as an out of state hunter or fisherman, you pay a higher license fee than a localContinue reading
Why Don’t Americans Use Over/Unders for Turkey Hunting?
Compact action, instant second shot, and choice of different chokes or loads, over/under shotguns seem to be tailor made for turkey hunting. Why do American hunters prefer repeaters?Continue reading