The tactics of hunting for moose and hunting for wild boar depends on the season, if it is hunting for moose on the black tropic, then there is one tactic, and hunting for moose and wild boar in the snow is carried out in a completely different way. Especially interesting is hunting with a husky moose during the rutting season, when the sound of a racing moose is imitated using a waba. No less interesting is hunting a wild boar with a husky along the white path. Read more about hunting with huskies on ungulates below.
Wild boar and moose hunting
There are a number of ways of hunting wild boar and hunting moose: from a shed, from approaching at Continue reading
Hunting for upland fowl is very interesting, poetic and, perhaps, the most multifaceted of all sports hunting in the feather. The hunting of pine forest with a gundog on the capercaillie and black grouse, on autumn raids of woodcock or on flocks of white partridges is very exciting. There is a lot of poetry in the autumn hunting for hazel grouse with semolina, and with stuffed animals for grouse from a hut or in holes, and in impassable thickets by a candle rising pheasants, and in all other types of hunting for pine forest.
Hunting for pine forest takes place in the most beautiful forest lands. In the process of hunting, hunters of pine forest often visit the most impassable, deaf, untouched wilds. Hunting in forest conditions makes Continue reading
The most effective use of stuffed animals on approaching to vast stretches devoid of high vegetation, where the bulk of ducks is concentrated in the daytime. Such places are determined on the morning dawn in the direction of flight of duck flocks, arrived on the day.
The most effective use of stuffed animals on approaching to vast stretches devoid of high vegetation, where the bulk of ducks is concentrated in the daytime. Such places are determined on the morning dawn in the direction of flight of duck flocks, arrived on the day. Moreover, you need to navigate those flocks that fly at a low altitude, which is a sure sign that the day spot is close. Having determined its location, the hunter looks after some natural shelter (bush, reed curtain) and settles in, using it as a barrier and having good visibility for shooting. Continue reading