Month: May 2016

What Constitutes Hunting Etiquette?

As is the case with most activities, hunters should employ certain etiquette while on the search for game. See, with hunting, there are certain things that annoy hunters, and when those things happen, it’s simply bad etiquette. If you’re the offending person, you get labelled as such and then no one wants to hunt with… Read more »

Hunting Safety Tips

If you’re going to hunt ducks, geese or waterfowl, there are some basic hunting safety tips to keep in mind. First of all, don’t shoot yourself or another person. Former Vice President Dick Cheney shot his friend– accidentally– on a hunting trip in Texas back in 2006, and he’ll never, ever hear the end of… Read more »

Tips for Picking Out Hunting Attire

For hunters, the clothing they wear needs to be practical and useful. It’s not a fashion show. Deep pockets are good. Ruggedness works. Hunting is not done in tank tops and flip flops. Picking out hunting attire involves choosing the right clothing and accessories so you’ll be comfortable enough spending time outdoors in different weather… Read more »

Outdoor Activities Are Good For Your Health

Most Americans spend something like 95% of their lives indoors. And most Americans get sick because they’re surrounded by other sick people and stale air inside buildings. Not cool. It’s best to spend time outdoors to maximize your health. Something as simple-yet-fun as a duck hunting trip in Arkansas with Pluck-a-Duck can work wonders for… Read more »

Tips for Making a Duck Hunting Blind

With duck hunting, you don’t want the ducks to see you. That way, as they fly by and you’re hidden, they are “blind” to the fact that you’re there pulling the trigger and going to–hopefully– catch them. A duck blind is a cover device hunters use so they won’t easily be detected by ducks they’re… Read more »

Tips for Saving Money for a Hunting Trip

What are some tips for saving money on a hunting trip? For starters, when gas prices rise and it costs you upwards of $3 or $4 per gallon to go anywhere, consider hunting closer to home, rather than taking a long trip to somewhere far from home. Look for places to hunt within a 25-mile… Read more »