Hunting Tips

The following hunting tips were submitted by hunters who through experience learned a valuable lesson. They have shared those tips. Please feel free to browse, read, and contribute to this section of BGH.
Moose Hunting Tips
Mike Toth and Me (steven10lol)
For the experienced or novice moose hunter alike, nothing compares to an isolated moose camp to optimize their chance for a successful hunt, as well as provide surroundings of exceptional natural beauty.One way to ensure a private, secluded hunt, and have...
Moose Hunting Tips
Mike Toth and Me (steven10lol)
For the experienced or novice moose hunter alike, nothing compares to an isolated moose camp to optimize their chance for a successful hunt, as well as provide surroundings of exceptional natural beauty.One way to ensure a private, secluded hunt, and have...
Moose Hunting Tips
Mike Toth and Me (steven10lol)
For the experienced or novice moose hunter alike, nothing compares to an isolated moose camp to optimize their chance for a successful hunt, as well as provide surroundings of exceptional natural beauty.One way to ensure a private, secluded hunt, and have...
Western Hunts - Do It
Wildgoose
This is for the person who wishes they could go on a western hunt but feels like they do not have the means.If there any way you can make it work go.In the past I and my friends relied on each other to gather equipemnt and to plan and make the trip....
Hunt For Tomorrow Not Just For Today
Meliton Vargas
I have been a hunter for the last 10 years, and I have seen other hunters, not all hunters just some. Anyway they do not haul off their trash or clean up their camp site when they pack up and go home. This makes all hunters look bad, and it has a...
The Size of the Knife
Will_Hunt4Food
Often I see people going hunting for the first time with the new gun, the new camo, binoculars, range finder etc... and a knife big enough that it looks like it should have been used in the final fight at the Alamo instead of a knife for cleaning freshly...
Shooting Tip #2
BikerRN
When the SCI Gold Medal Buck is in your gunsights, at 523 Yards, is not the time to figure out how to adjust your scope if you are a "turret turner."I use a marked turret for the load I'm shooting, which makes it easy as it's marked in yardage. The other...
Shooting Tip
BikerRN
Being that many of us hunt with a firearm I thought I would share this little tip that works for me in case any other shooters find it helpful. "Trigger Control" is the answer one hears if they ask a good shooter how to shoot. At least that's what I've...
Lift Big Game With Ease
Retired2hunt
There are times when you need to lift a big game animal off of the ground – either for getting them out of the reach of a hungry bear or for loading them into say the back of a pick-up truck.  I recently harvested a bull elk that I guess weighed...
Pliers and Duct Tape
BikerRN
As we travel to hunting areas in our modern conveyances, sometimes things conspire to work against us no matter how we hurry to our destination. Most of us, myself included, don't carry spare fan belts and radiator hoses in our vehicles. I have found that...