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Airgun Expedition

Hunting Hogs with an Airgun

I’ve been going down to Texas quite a bit this year, and even though you can now hunt all game species with an airgun there, I still make trips specifically to hunt feral hogs. It is possible to hunt hogs in several states, but Texas is my favorite because of the varied hunting terrains, and … Continue reading »

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Fall Squirrel Hunt

I like squirrel hunting in the fall when the leaves are coming off the trees, because the squirrels are moving, both up in the bare branches and also on the ground. You can spot them from a ways off and plan an approach…. on the other hand they can see you from a long ways … Continue reading »

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Gearing Up For The Hunt!

In this post I’d like talk about some of the gear I use when hunting. I know I’ve covered this topic in other post a while back, but I’ve gotten a lot of request since then to revisit the subject. This list could get very long because I hunt a variety of species, in diverse … Continue reading »

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Turkey Hunt in Texas

In recent years, many states have crafted airgun friendly regulations for small game hunting with an airgun. There has also been a trend, but moving slower, to add regs on the book to allow big game, and there are currently several states where an airgun hunter can take a deer. However, turkey are another matter. … Continue reading »

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Road Trip for Prairie Dogs: Out with the Renegade!

Deep in the throws of winter, and having gone through multiple days of -25 degree weather, I started daydreaming about warm weather hunting and a prairie dog shoot we’re in the process of planning. This will be the third year my friend Brett Waibel over at Bad River Birds and Bucks in South Dakota has … Continue reading »

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Pest Control with the Bantam

For this pest control session there were several requirements for the rifle I’d use: it had to be light and compact in anticipation of shooting in confined spaces, it had to have a high shot count as there would be many shot opportunities in such a target rich environment, and for the same reason I … Continue reading »

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I’m Back!

Hello Everyone! As you’ve probably noticed I’ve been absent for a couple months now, and just wanted to say I’m back and the blog will be back to regular postings again. The last three months has seen me out of the country quite a bit, but also on a lot of hunting trips when I … Continue reading »

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Tips for Spotting Small Game

I recently posted some videos of rabbit hunts I’d done out in Texas, and received a lot of questions that I thought I’d answer here on the blog. Small game hunting is a lot of fun, and is a good place for new hunters to get started, a way for experienced hunters to get in … Continue reading »

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Hunting With Springers, a Spring Tradition

You wouldn’t know we’re in to spring based on the weather….. I flew back from an overseas trip this weekend and we had to pass right over Minneapolis because of a major storm, a blizzard actually that dropped about 8″ of snow. I ended up being dropped in Cincinnati,but finally 26 hours after leaving Copenhagen … Continue reading »

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Texas, Quail, Rabbits, and Future Hunts!!

This has been a busy week, sorry I’m late posting! I am in Copenhagen again this week for my day job, and before leaving on tis trip was busy getting my guns and gear ready for a trip to Texas just a few days after getting back in country. I’ll be meeting up with Chacho to hunt … Continue reading »

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