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  • Aug 31, 2017 :  How To

    How To Crate Train A Puppy

    Begin crate training your puppy as soon as you get home. Take a treat and throw it into the kennel. When the puppy follows it in there, close the kennel door. Use the command "kennel" as the dog makes his or her way towards the dog crate. Leave the puppy in the crate for a while and repeat the process multiple times a day.
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  • Aug 31, 2017 :  ProStaff, Deer

    A Typical Dog Hunt for Deer in Central Florida

    On a typical dog hunt, we will have certain hunters that will get up at 3 a.m. and check all of our game cameras to see if a buck has moved into a certain block of woods the night or the day before the hunt. They’re also searching for deer tracks crossing the roads they travel as they check the game cameras. Read More
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  • Aug 31, 2017 :  How To, Small Game, ProStaff

    2 Tips on Shooting Doves and Safely

    You need good shooting glasses when dove hunting to protect your eyes and to see the birds more clearly. In a dove field, you need to be able to see as much as you can and as clearly as possible. You want as much information as you can gather about the target (flying doves) going through your eyes and to your brain to make the best decisions possible about where that dove is going, and where you want to take him.
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  • Aug 30, 2017 :  Deer, ProStaff

    Hunting Deer with Hounds

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    Hunting deer with hounds is historically the way most Florida deer hunters hunt. We use hounds due to the very thick and abundant cover. Seeing a deer crossing through an opening and being able to get a shot at him is very rare. Florida has several WMAs that permit the use of hounds for hunting deer.
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  • Aug 30, 2017 :  Small Game, ProStaff, How To

    Dove Camo and the Best Guns for Shooting Doves

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    Most often, when a hunter is picking out a shotgun for a woman or youth, he’ll purchase a .410 gauge shotgun. In my opinion, the .410 is a gauge that only should be shot by experts, because it has a very long shot strain and a very narrow pattern. If you purchase a .410 shotgun for a woman or child, you have chosen a gun that gives them the least opportunity for success in a dove field or with any other form of wingshooting.
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