Equipment to be carried:
1. Knife set
The knife set is a two-piece set. One knife with intestinal hooks is specially used to treat internal organs; the other is a straight knife, suitable for peeling and other tasks.
2. Bone saw
Bone saws can be very useful during hunting. With it, you can cut the chest cavity of an animal or cut any thick joints that make you feel uncomfortable.
Most importantly, this saw can also be used to chop wood for fire and cooking.
3. Prey Handling Glove Pack
Wild animals may carry germs, so it is necessary to wear gloves when handling prey. Some hunters may be lucky and feel that they have no wounds on their hands, and they have done adequate cleaning before and after treatment, and there should be no danger of infection. But, if you know this is a job that requires a knife, who knows when your hands are slippery? Therefore, for your own health, be sure to wear gloves when handling prey.
4. Independent prey packaging bag
The professional prey packaging bag can not only store your cut prey meat separately but also is very breathable to prevent the prey meat you have hunted hard from being contaminated while keeping its meat quality in the best condition.
5. Reliable binoculars
As you may know, binoculars are a standard tool for any explorer or hunter. In fact, as many people say, the hunter is still an explorer because he has been exploring the fields to find his target before the hunt. NS.
With the right binocular telescope collar, you can measure the distance between you and your prey like a real hunter and explore the surrounding environment without disturbing and/or frightening any prey. On the other hand, such a tool is very helpful for discovering some unusual things, and it will help you make plans before actions more efficiently, such as discovering a jungle trail or cliff.
6. Hunting and talking about bait
Depending on your hunting goals, you may never forget to bring bait!
Those who hunt turkeys and waterfowl say that not using bait is a very big mistake and will seriously affect one's final harvest. In fact, some people say that the more bait you have at your disposal, the more often you will fill your bag with the hunted loot.
7. Place wild duck hunting bait
Electronic bird trap
Play by downloading the sounds of different birds: lure birds and hunt; it is the simplest artifact to lure birds.
8. Smell appreciating
If you are a serious hunter, then the last thing you want your prey to smell is the smell of the body. Most hunters think that using scent killer spray is enough. However, this is only half the way to completely cover up your scent. First, use a clothes remover to get rid of the smell of clothes on your body. When you arrive at the hunting point, change into sealed and clean clothes.
Your clothes should also be washed with a laundry detergent specifically designed to remove odors. Then, in order to improve efficiency, you should spray on your clothes and boots.
9. Hunting tracking camera
You may have to hunt for several days. In this case, you may need to install some tracking cameras to help you better track your prey.
Since you can't keep track of an animal, you can easily rely on the camera to provide you with an image, date, and time when the large animal passed its motion detector sensor.
10. Hunting rangefinder
When hunting deer or elk, any sudden movement near them will cause the animals to alert and make their escape. Naturally, this is the main reason why hunters use rifles-even bolt rifles-to hunt these animals from a distance.
In this case, you may need to equip a rangefinder. This special tool can help you measure the distance to the target to ensure accurate shooting. Remember, the range of the rangefinder should be compatible with the type of prey you are hunting.
Bright, durable headlamps are great equipment for entering the wild anytime, anywhere. Its practical function is obvious. It can help you find a way out before dawn, after dusk or late at night. The headlamp equipped with blue light can help you find and track blood more easily.
All of the above equipment is something that you often bring for hunting. Add some food and water. In the weather or emergency, you can add an extra coat. Having the right tools will greatly enhance your outdoor fun while avoiding danger.
You must know these six hunting methods:
As the name suggests, searching is to quietly walk through the habitat of the prey, stopping from time to time for a period of time to observe and listen to the movement of the prey. Under normal circumstances, hunters hunting large prey will use this method in unfamiliar and unsuitable or forbidden places to build high platforms.
Generally speaking, staying still and observing takes at least ten times longer than walking. Try to bend down to stay hidden because the silhouette of a person will scare many preys. Use binoculars in open areas to correctly identify the movement of suspected prey.
The difference between tracking and searching is that when you track prey, you will purposely find a specific type of prey or a group of animals based on the signs and then slowly approach the target prey. Searching is more passive, while tracking is more active. Tracking usually involves tracking the traces left by the target prey to find the prey you want to track
Tracking requires full attention because you must remember to stay downwind at all times, keep quiet, stay alert, and be patient.
Squatting involves sitting or standing on a point, and this point can provide a favorable position or on the way to the prey. When you know where the prey appears every day, and the local area does not allow the use of bunkers or elevated, squatting is an effective strategy
Four use cover
Bunkers are temporary structures on the ground to hide hunters. Ground shelters can be simply built behind trees, shrubs, logs or rocks to integrate them into the surrounding natural environment; professional tent-style camouflage shelters can also be used.
You should place the bunker at:
(1) Downwind, based on the normal wind direction at a certain time of day, such as morning
(2) Back to the sun
(3) Ensure that the front and back of the bunker are the safest
(4) For the sake of safety, when you enter or leave the bunker: keep the muzzle pointing in a safe direction, and ensure that the bullet is ejected, and open the firearm insurance
Most importantly, if you are going hunting with friends, everyone involved in the hunt should know where the others are. Wear fluorescent orange clothes and don't shoot in the direction of other hunters.