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    TIPS ON DAYTIME VS. NIGHTTIME HUNTING

    • Author:Durham Technology
    • Release on :2018-12-19

    Hunting is the practice of killing or trapping animals, or pursuing or tracking them with the intent of doing so. Hunting wildlife or feral animals is most commonly done by humans for food, recreation, to remove predators that are dangerous to humans or domestic animals, or for trade. Lawful hunting is distinguished from poaching, which is the illegal killing, trapping or capture of the hunted species. The species that are hunted are referred to as game or prey and are usually mammals and birds.


    If you are a person who loves to hunt the daylight hours, then you have a couple of advantages over those whom prefer total darkness. When you have the presence of sunlight, you don’t have to worry about your eyes trying to maintain a certain level of night vision, you can detect movement at a much greater distance with little to no movement on your part and your general awareness of your surroundings is increased. Daylight brings a set of challenges that night time hunters just don’t have to worry about, but again, night hunters sacrifice more in terms of visibility.


    DAY HUNTING PREDATORS


    1.Get Your License--Don’t let red tape ruin your hunt. Get your hunting license well in advance of opening day. Every country handles hunting licenses differently.

    2. Check The Regulations In Your Hunting Area---Hunting regulations can vary from season to season, and certainly from state to state. Double-check season dates and bag limits.

    3. Fine Tune your weapon---prepare and check in advance for all necessary weapon and tools like GPS, scopes etc.

    4.Assemble a survival kit-----It’s always best to prepare for the worst. Bring a survival kit on every hunt, with key items like:

    Fully charged cell phone

    Lighter

    Flashlight, headlamp or both

    First aid supplies

    Emergency food supply

    Water purifiers

    Map, compass or GPS

    Batteries

    NIGHTTIME HUNTING

    1. Get Your License--Don’t let red tape ruin your hunt. Get your hunting license well in advance of opening day. Every country handles hunting licenses differently.

    2. Check The Regulations In Your Hunting Area--- The location you choose for hunting at night is very important as we don’t expect to find good locations to hunt in the dark! Many animals have extremely good eye sight in the dark so you want to make sure you still pick a hidden spot as you would during day hunting. Scout it out beforehand and sit near each other so you are able to communicate safely since visibility is limited due to the darkness.

    3.Fine Tune your weapon---except necessary weapon and tools, you also need the normal night and night vision scope or goggles. Hunting with a night vision devices can provide best vision always at night that can guarantee a successful hunting trip in total darkness area.

    4. Assemble a survival kit-----It’s always best to prepare for the worst. Bring a survival kit on every hunt, with key items like:

    Fully charged cell phone

    Lighter

    Flashlight, headlamp or both

    First aid supplies

    Emergency food supply

    Water purifiers

    Map, compass or GPS

    Batteries