Category Archives: Hunting Techniques

Rabbit Hunting in the first snow and frost of 2010-2011

Posted on 3 December 2010 by Ronny Lund in Hunting Techniques, Rabbit, Video | 1 Reactie

The two guys from the Netherlands made a short film about our trip to the south of Gotland. Even though it was snowing hard, and temperatures were below zero, we had a successful hunt, and most of all a good time.  My old Landrover did fine as well.

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Shooting on wooden rabbits..

Posted on 3 December 2010 by Ronny Lund in Hunting Techniques, In General, Video | 1 Reactie

In the last week of november two dutch beginners visited the farm. The took some shooting lessons with me, and did fairly well during the rabbit hunt.

Here is a small impression.

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How to shoot Deer

Posted on 20 November 2010 by Marc Marsman in Deer, Hunting Techniques | Reageer als eerste »

Despite their relatively small stature, deer are tough game animals. Anything less than a fatal shot can mean a lost animal, and even when hit properly, dear are notoriously difficult to locate if they run off before dying. Avoid brain and spine shots, seeking instead the centre lung shot. From broadside, follow the back line of the front leg up to the centre of the chest. Drop down just a smidgen and you’ve got the perfect shot. If your deer is at an angle, visualize where the lungs lay and shoot for the centre of this mass. From above, as when treestand hunting, a spot just behind the shoulders, in the centre of the body, will ensure you hit either the spine, lungs or heart-any of which will result in a one-shot kill.

WOUNDED and lost big game animals are part of the somber side of hunting. None of us is comfortable with the subject, but if you have any measurable hunting experience, you’ve undoubtedly seen examples.

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