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I would like that you inform me about your hunting tips

I would like that you inform me about your hunting tips

 

I will try to give you a brief description of my hunting tips

 

First of all it’s  a very good prospecting

I begin it in August. Why because is the best time to no disturb the moose. I just try to don’t burn my hunting spot. If you burn a hunting spot you are almost change your place or leave your hunting season.

In my prospecting I use some food to attract moose

Ex: Salt on stump, apple on the top of tree or just on the soil

Before the hunting season(2-3 week)

-It is important that you practice you with your crossbow or bow

-Adjust  it at the maximum of precision.

-Put notes on it for your shooting

-Too is it important that you have good equipment and good hunting clothe with NO SCENT ON IT, it very important that you leave your clothe outside 1-2 week before your hunt( to don’t have SCENT on it).

 

I will describe the beginning of my first day of hunting:

First I went to my camp with my ATV. After I go at my stand with my stock. I do this in walking like a moose. I take some break in walking. When I walk call the bull. Why the bull, because I have better chance that a bull or a female responds to me.  It’s a female the female will calling the bull.  If it’s the bull it’s because he want protect his territory.  After I’m going to my stant I decide if I do still hunting or stand hunting.  Now the fun begin.

 

I would like that you inform me about your hunting tips.

Not to complicated because I’m not the best in English. Thanks to have reading me and good Bye. Big smile Dancing

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tips section

Steven:

There are a lot of hunting tips in this part of the website:

http://www.biggamehunt.net/tips

Happy reading.

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sorry

I have writing this topic because I want have interaction in english with the people. I want just that you show me you own technical. I like the interaction with people and in the same time I practice my english Thumbs up

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thanks

But thanks for the information about hunting tip on this webside

Good bye Groovy smile

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ok

Well then practice all you like

Mais, il est seulement juste si nous pratiquons notre Francais sur vous aussi - et Je besoin la pratique aussi! 

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Félicitation

Félicitation Mike c'est la première phrase en français que tu me dis et j'en suis ravie.

thanks you mike it's the first sentence in french that you say to me and i'm happy. Continue on this way and you will be very good. Me too i try to be good in english I hope i'm good.

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moose hunt

Our season here begins with a 7 day bow hunt , this starts the 10th of Aug. the general season begins here later in Aug or the first of Sept.

So I begin pre-season scouting in July, in thick areas I use trail cameras. In most areas we have Mts, so much of my scouting is done by hiking to a high point ,where I sit and glass with a good set of binos. I also have a spotting scope to get a better look at any animals spotted.Early morning ,and late evening are usually the best ,but on cool rainy days they will get up and feed in midday.Our legal moose here must have either a spike or fork horn on one side ,or the antlers must measure over 50 inches spread.

Alex

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thanks guys

Thanks you to have show me youre own technical of preparation for the hunting season. I'm very happy. smile

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If you're bow hunting with a buddy.

Moose have terrible eyesight and if you play the wind correctly you can really gain ground doing this.  Hold both of your bows out to the side to look like antlers.  While the front hunter is doing this, the second hunter is hunched over behind him with his hands on his shoulders.

I have actual video footage of myself and my favorite guide Jordon Aasland doing this.  Some similar footage is on one of my youtube videos where you will see us doing it.  Go to youtube and search regionalaz and its on one of my British Columbia Hunts.  You'll see us get within 30 yards of a couple of paddle horns.  My brother was filming us and you can hear him laughing faintly with his amusement at how dumb the Moose were.  These were Shiras.

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AlpineClimber wrote:

Moose have terrible eyesight and if you play the wind correctly you can really gain ground doing this.  Hold both of your bows out to the side to look like antlers.  While the front hunter is doing this, the second hunter is hunched over behind him with his hands on his shoulders.

I have actual video footage of myself and my favorite guide Jordon Aasland doing this.  Some similar footage is on one of my youtube videos where you will see us doing it.  Go to youtube and search regionalaz and its on one of my British Columbia Hunts.  You'll see us get within 30 yards of a couple of paddle horns.  My brother was filming us and you can hear him laughing faintly with his amusement at how dumb the Moose were.  These were Shiras.

 

I watched that video.  I could hardly belive the moose stood there.  I don't know if they thought you were a moose or just couldn't believe what they saw!

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