Wild boar (wild pig) has long been a welcome trophy of hunters all over the world. It is a serious, smart and quick-witted beast. In the old days it was called the boar. He is always ready to fend for himself and at the same time can be very dangerous. Here is what Alexander Alexandrovich Cherkasov writes about this in his book, Notes of the Hunter of Eastern Siberia:
wild boar hunting A wild boar (wild pig) has long been a welcome trophy of hunters all over the world. It is a serious, smart and quick-witted beast. In the old days it was called the boar. He is always ready to fend for himself and at the same time can be very dangerous. Here is what Alexander Alexandrovich Cherkasov writes about this in his book, Notes of the Hunter of Eastern Siberia:
“… look at the billhook, when dogs catch up with him, stop him, hunters will fly up and surround him from all sides, and when he sees trouble, he will defend himself. All the fur on it will rise on end, his eyes will burn with courage and throw terrible sparks from his mouth with clubs white foam fells, and the chopper either stands still, waiting for an attack, puffs and whetsts its huge white fangs with fury, then it flies at enemies with a bold, swift, Continue reading
Many Hunters, who do not really understand the New Hunting Rules, perceived almost as a complete prohibition of spring goose hunting. No, this is certainly not the case. Yes, now when hunting a goose, the use of light or sound devices is prohibited. So now electronic decoys are finally outlawed. Now the real gusnik is either obliged to be able to “gaggle” himself, or is forced to work with a qualified huntsman, who are available at our bases. And in general, the terms for the production of animals and birds under the new Rules are noticeably reduced and greatly changed.
Goose hunting, goose hunting, spring goose hunting, goose hunting with stuffed animals. Now the goose’s flight and its “guard” have been left to the local authorities, which local hunting communities should “wise up” for the “right time”, and not just official structures. Every year, goose hunting dates will Continue reading
According to travelers, the Eskimos, having noticed a swimming polar bear, which is rather helpless in this position, did not just chase him on kayaks, but sent him towards his camp. Only near it and not far from the coast did they engage in a battle with a formidable predator. As a result, they did not have to drag a heavy carcass or parts of it over a considerable distance. So the joke about the Chukchi, which reproaches the well-aimed, brave, but stupid shooter for a premature shot that interrupted the bear’s run for the hunters towards their house, is not without truth.
Indeed, few of us, pulling the trigger, think about how to deliver an almost weightless snipe, and even more so a heavy carcass of the beast to the nearest transport or immediately home. It seems that experienced hunters, Continue reading