Is a ban on traditional ammo a backdoor attack on guns?
Is a ban on traditional ammo a backdoor attack on guns?
Ink for your beagles? To tattoo or not
Ink for your beagles? To tattoo or not
Long before there were microchips, hunters and dog owners have been tattooing the ears of their animals for identification purposes. This is still available today and for good reason when compared to microchipping. There ...
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Sunday hunting (with dogs) on the table in North Carolina
Sunday hunting (with dogs) on the table in North Carolina
A bill that could see rabbit dogs in use on Sundays during the small game season in the Tar Heel State has passed the state House and is rolling hard into the Senate and, should it earn the governor's signature, would add ...
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Suppressed rabbit hunts?
Suppressed rabbit hunts?
In the past decade, there has been an explosion in popularity of the use of NFA-compliant suppressors (commonly but incorrectly termed silencers) both in recreational use and in hunting. With that being said, is there a pl ...
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Michigan travel bureau highlights beagles and rabbits in winter hunt video
Michigan travel bureau highlights beagles and rabbits in winter hunt video
Pure Michigan, the state's non-profit travel bureau, released a short video that shows a typical family of sportsmen heading out into the snow for a day of bunny busting complete with shotguns and beagles. (Thats a great ...
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De-Skunking 101
De-Skunking 101
Let's be honest: sometimes dog ownership stinks. In fact, it can stink quite literally if your rabbit dog is exposed to the spray of a skunk. The odor of a skunk is enough to ruin anyone's day, especially if you are force ...
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Removing That Pesky Tree Sap From the Pooch
Removing That Pesky Tree Sap From the Pooch
At long last spring is upon us! It is finally warming up in much of the country and we are once again enjoying time in the great outdoors with our rabbit dogs in preparation for next hunting season. While out and about in ...
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Do you have to sweat rabbit fever?
Do you have to sweat rabbit fever?
Discovered first in the 1912 in California, Tularemia, commonly called rabbit fever, is a very real concern for hunters that chase flop ears around. However, there is both good news and bad news.What is it? It has been a ...
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Building better habitat to bring the bunnies to you.
Building better habitat to bring the bunnies to you.
If you have the land but not the rabbit, odds are you are lacking the proper habitat to provide a lush home for Mr. Flop Ear. This can be easily corrected with a combination of native grasses and other plant growth often ...
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Cut vests? More trouble than they are worth or useful safety gear?
Cut vests? More trouble than they are worth or useful safety gear?
I have a mixed kennel of Tennessee tri-color treeing walkers and beagles as I work rabbit during our long season (October-February) and feral hogs, which are highly prevalent in my area and getting worse, during the summe ...
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A Hunter
A Hunter's Fantasy: The Flemish Giant
We all have that hunting buddy who loves to regale us with tales of monster rabbits bagged on every hunt. To hear this person tell it, the rabbit was twice the weight of the average cottontail and three times as long. It ...
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