Hunting in England: features of hunting with British terriers
Hunting in Britain was a class occupation, strictly regulated by the property status of citizens. Violation of the rules severely punished. Large noble game was the prerogative of the royal…

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How to choose clothes for hunting?
Every hunter knows how important it is to choose the right equipment. And it is not so much about weapons or accessories, but about clothes and shoes. Choosing a hunting…

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Buffalo Hunting in Australia
Somehow in the company of the Australian reporter Mick Mateson talk about hunting. Soon we gradually moved to the Australian wilderness, bush and, of course, water buffalo grazing on the…

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Fox Hunt with Manco Wounded Hare

The hunt for any animal is good when you know its habits and routine of life. Fox is no exception. There are no ways to hunt for it: they hunt day and night, with hounds and huskies. Each hunter-hunter, as a rule, has its own special way, the most experienced foxes lure a wounded hare.

And although I really love fox hunting and have already sewn two fox fur coats and a hat, I don’t have my own hunting method. But I’m curious to find out how others hunt, and then try it myself. So I took part in a pen on a fox in the fields and in the woods, with hounds, shot from under the burrowed dogs, sat in backfits, walked skradom. Continue reading

“Delusion” on the fox

Nowadays, with the spread of trophy hunting for large animals, hunting for pests and fox in particular has faded into the background, and only enthusiasts of their work continue to engage in it purposefully. It’s a pity, because in order to get a beautiful fire, hunting skill and cunning requires no less than for prey, for example, a cleaver from a tower or an elk on a driven hunt, and in its beauty and entertaining fox hunting is simply unique. Continue reading

Muskrat Catching Cabbage

The hunter Mikhail Alexandrovich Ponomarev, a resident of the Kurgan Region, Kurgan Region, the village of Zaikovo, in 45 days of fishing by freeze-up, extracted 1,500 muskrats.

By its structure, the trap it made looks like a pear. The average size of the trap is 65 by 60 cm. It is made of willow rods with a thickness of 5 to 8 mm. The rods should fit snugly together so that there is as little clearance as possible between them. Continue reading

Russian Borzoi Hunting
At the entrance to their hunting territory I was greeted by absolutely white Russian greyhounds, who treated me like the closest relative. As if they knew me for many years.…

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Small Bear
The boat was unloaded and equipment was dragged to a low coastal terrace fifteen meters from the water. In the stern of the boat there was only a can of…

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My forest life
If he was born in a forest village and from childhood he listened to the sound of the forest, the talk of fast rivers and streams, you simply cannot imagine…

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Fox Hunt with Manco Wounded Hare
The hunt for any animal is good when you know its habits and routine of life. Fox is no exception. There are no ways to hunt for it: they hunt…

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