Hunting in the mountains - on argali in Kyrgyzstan
We can say that our journey began with the arrival at Bishkek airport. I flew to Kyrgyzstan with a group of Poles who ordered a capricorn and a ram Marco…

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Raccoon Raccoon
New fur-bearing beast raccoon little known to hunters. Raccoon-poloskun is a relatively small animal. Its body length is 60–70 and its tail is 20–25 centimeters. The raccoon has a dense,…

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How to keep the game on the hunt?
Unfortunately, not all hunters are familiar with them. Especially from among the newly entered hunting teams. Of course, practical experience is passed on to young hunters from more experienced ones…

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Hunting a hare with a penguin
Our hunt for a hare is still more individual. Pens are not used, and therefore purely German use in this form of continental poles is hardly advisable, and ineffective. The…

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Pine marten

The pine marten is one of the very valuable fur animals. In the European part of the Union, hunters annually harvest tens of thousands of pelts of this predator.

Marten is widespread from the northern border of the light forests of the Murmansk region to the beech forests of Ajara. It goes beyond the Urals in a small number and has no commercial value there. Her whole life is closely connected with the forest, where she finds both shelter and food for herself. Continue reading

Fox hunting in february
Finally managed to go hunting. It snowed for two days, the roads were blocked, so there was no way to go, I just did not take a chance on the…

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Fox Hunting with Monkey, Burrows or Hounds
For cleverness, cunning and caution among the people, foxes are called cheats. There are many ways to hunt them: with dogs with decoy from the approach on bait It is…

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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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