How to choose a feeder rod
Warm weather is a great occasion to visit the fresh air more often, which means it's time to look at the feeder rod and go fishing. This is a great…

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Black grouse hunting
Grouse, in communication with his ladies, is very different from other representatives of his squad (except, perhaps, only a capercaillie). Males of the grouse family can be called feathered knights…

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Huts and skradka
In the generally accepted sense of the word, a hut is a temporary shelter for a person who is far from home. They spend the night in a hut, and…

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come across

Traces, traces, traces …

Sometimes you return home, not only without any booty, but with a clean gun, and your mood is very good. This may be the day after the powders dropped in time. It happens that you can’t even haul out the hare, but you’ll see all sorts of tracks.

For example, in one year, winter began in November. Snow fell, it froze. If you want to, you don’t want to, but those animals that do not hibernate in the winter had to immediately start “telling” about their life on clear, snowy “pages”. And they told a lot.

On the eve of the hunter (no one else) walked across the field, and during the night a vole made a way out of Continue reading

Hunting for upland game
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…

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Traces, traces, traces ...
Sometimes you return home, not only without any booty, but with a clean gun, and your mood is very good. This may be the day after the powders dropped in…

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Thumallus vulgaris Vills
Of all the fish that inhabit the rivers and lakes of Siberia and the Far East, grayling is the most common fish. The distribution range of grayling is very wide:…

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Catching perch and pike perch on a “knock”
I think it was so. Once upon a time, our ancestors were severely tested - they met the arrival of the ice age. For them, I believe, it was even…

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