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Have you ever tried it? Maybe you can recommend something to a beginner. I need some tips on gear and everything else
Post Thu Dec 07, 2017 8:30 am
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If you are looking for some good gear for you, I would like to recommend you the article from https://under-the-open-sky.com/best-hunting-pants-2017-reviews-and-top-picks/ There are some nice models of hunting pants which you may try for you. I think you will find something there. Good luck!
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Maybe you can recommend something to a beginner. I need some tips on gear and everything else

There are lots of types of hunting. As a kid, growing up on a farm, there were rabbits, pheasants, quail. Not much special equipment, just levi's a warm coat, and gloves. And an orange cap. These days an orange vest in also required in some places.

For deer hunting you need some ropes, knives, and gear for packing the meat out of the woods and back to your car/truck.

For elk, caribou, etc you'll need some hunting buddies - it is substantial work to pack an elk or a caribou carcass - they are often shot miles from a road, in mountainous terrain, snow, rain, etc. It is best to have enough help to butcher and pack out in a single trip. if you need two trips, you may have trouble finding your kill - and you may encounter bears that have found the kill. Good waterproof boots, heavy brush pants, a side arm, flashlights, protein bars, coffee, walkie-talkies.
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My father took me hunting with him from my childhood, so yes, I love hunting. I have two dogs that are trained to drive game and bring game. I plan to go on a little game this fall, because I’m not sure that the quarantine will end soon. But until this time, I need to make sure that my dogs don't become infected with fleas and ticks don't pose a danger to their health. I found a description of several such remedies on the portal World Pet Express , but I have no idea which drops are best for this. Perhaps someone from hunting lovers on this forum can share with me their ways of treating dogs from parasites?
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