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Outfit Your Rig to Be the Ultimate Hunting Vehicle

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You have all the necessary hunting equipment for your expedition, though you find your vehicle may not be quite up to par for trip. Here are some features to include when outfitting your rig to enhance your experience on any hunting trip: Cargo Carrier A spacious, well designed cargo carrier can be an incredibly useful tool to have for your hunting expedition. The DU-HA Tote is a portable … [Read more...]

Kenton Clairmont – His Back Story and the Birth of Train to Hunt

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Ever wonder what Kenton Clairmont's back story was? Well, here you go. Kenton tells it all, in a transcript from one of our podcasts. "Well, man where do I start? I guess I could start with the humble beginnings that well I grew up at in a house that was supported by timber dollars and in a really small town and I remember a lot of times the only thing we had to eat was anything we … [Read more...]

Long Range Bear Hunting Video

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By: Brock Akers | GotHunts.com Prostaffer Typically my spring is full of walleye fishing and yard work but I wanted to change it up some for 2015. After an unsuccessful draw for spring bear in my home state of Washington, I was headed to Idaho with an OTC black bear tag in my pocket. After a few phone calls to a good friend from the area, my hunting partner Justin Crossley and I picked a … [Read more...]

Catch Your Own River Monsters

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Fishing goes beyond the leisurely Saturday trip to the lake. If you've got the gene for competition, take inspiration from Jeremy Wade, expert fisherman. To hunt your own river monsters you'll need the right gear — after all, you don't want to become the prey instead of the hunter. You'll also need to figure out where to go and what kind of fish you want to go after. Here are some … [Read more...]

How to Hunt Crocodiles

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A big ‘flattie’ as crocs are often referred to by professional hunters, is a supreme test of stalking ability, patience and rifle accuracy. Most crocs are taken by baiting. Big males are territorial, which hunters can use to their advantage. Local tribesmen will know where every big croc lives, along with his preferred basking sites. Cruising by boat using good optics is another good way to fin … [Read more...]