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Learn How To Track, Call and Hunt Coyotes

For many, coyotes are targets of opportunity, however true coyote hunters take their pursuit seriously with specialized coyote hunting tactics and gear. Regardless of your skill level, hunting coyotes provides the avid outdoorsman year-round opportunities to hone their hunting craft and take an active role in predator management. Read on to learn more about tracking, calling and hunting coyotes.

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Wild Hogs:
Hunting America's Invasive Wild Hogs

Boar hunting is the practice of hunting wild boar, feral pigs, warthogs, and peccaries. Boar hunting was historically a dangerous exercise due to the tusked animal's ambush tactics as well as its thick hide and dense bones rendering them difficult to kill with premodern weapons. Invasive species like hogs are legal to hunt all year round. Most hunters, therefore, prefer to save the regular hunting seasons for other species, and hunt wild hogs in the off-season, especially summer. 

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Axis Deer:
Hunting Exotic Imported Axis Deer

Axis Deer can be hunted year-round with the optimum months being May - August. This is the peak of their breeding season and approximately 70% of the bucks will be in hard antler at this time, allowing the greatest opportunity at a true Trophy Axis Buck.

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Hunting The American Plains For Pronghorn 

The American antelope, or pronghorn, has the longest migration of any land mammal in the lower 48. It is also the fastest land mammal on the continent, capable of reaching speeds in excess of 55 mph. The challenge is getting into reasonable shooting distance of these exceptionally wary critters, and then connecting with a clean, long-range kill shot on a target that is considerably smaller than your typical whitetail buck. Keep reading to learn more about Pronghorn hunting in the great American west.

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Eurasian Collared Doves:
Locating and Hunting Eurasian Collared Doves

The off-season: that dreaded long span of months between the end of last season and the new season to come. What is an upland hunter to do on the off-season? Sure. There is spring turkey hunting and even summer bass fishing, but how does a self-respecting and dedicated upland hunter, like you, get his or her wing shooting fix? Enter the Eurasian collared-dove. 

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Canada Geese:
Hunting The Iconic Canada Geese

The Canada goose is one of the most easily recognizable waterfowl species in the United States, with their large brown bodies, black necks and striking white cheek patch. Over the years, Canada goose hunting has become a highly specialized sport. It takes a combination of hunting savvy, good equipment, and persistent effort to consistently outwit these challenging game birds.

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Green Iguana:
Hunting The Invasive Green Iguana

Green iguanas are not native to Florida and are considered an invasive species due to their impacts to native wildlife. Like all nonnative reptile species, green iguanas are not protected in Florida except by anti-cruelty law and can be humanely killed on private property with landowner permission. This species can be captured and humanely killed year-round and without a permit or hunting license on 25 public lands in south Florida.

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