A good way to get a new hunter started in the sport of hunting is with a Spring turkey hunt. A turkey hunt requires a minimum of gear and preparation. Today’s online hunter safety courses that are available from companies such as HunterEdCourse.com can get a new hunter ready to go quickly and easily.
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Hunter Ed Course now offers the new Virginia Full Online hunter education with no field day requirement. A new hunter has time now to become hunter education certified before Virginia turkey hunting season starts on April 12, 2014.
The new Virginia Full Online Hunter Education course makes gaining hunter education certification a much easier process since you can take your hunter safety course when and where you want if there is an Internet connection.
What better way to start your new hunter on their first hunt than with a Texas Turkey hunt. But, the new hunter needs to be ready for that first day in the field with their Texas hunter education card.
The 2014 Texas turkey season starts as early as March 15 in the south zone, but really gets underway on March 29 in the North Zone, then on April 15 for the Eastern Turkey in 28 counties.
Turkey hunting is an ideal way to start a new hunter in the sport of hunting. To hunt safely and legally, the new turkey hunter will need hunter education as required by every state’s fish and game agency.
Now is the time to gain hunter education certification so the new turkey hunter is ready for opening day to call in that big gobbler.
The winter of 2014 has challenged hunters with gaining new skills for how to hunt in such cold weather. Every state in the country from as far south as Texas and Alabama to as far north as Michigan have had record cold which requires special hunter safety training to have a successful cold weather hunt. Here are five tips for a safe cold weather hunt.
Any Dog Can Hunt, but You Want a Hunting Dog
2013 saw 16,300 duck hunters take part in the hunting season, according to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. You spend plenty of time studying your hunting grounds, the behavior of the birds you hunt and your guns. You also want to put plenty of thought into the bird retriever dog breed you choose to help you out. The right breed makes the hunt that much better, but more should go into your selection than just picking the best-sounding dog on paper.