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Sharpen your hooks #6023

Having a sharp hook is a great fishing tip. It will give you a better chance of hooking every bite you get. You can find good sharpening devices at most fishing shops but make sure you use it every time you’re getting ready to fish. An unmaintained hook will easily dull from all the wear and tear that it goes through or even just bouncing around in your tackle box. Even a brand new hook may have a dullish point and in need of sharpening. It’s an easy step you can take to make sure a dull hook doesn’t stop you from landing a great fish.

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Thanks to: Anonymous - USA. - rec.:Feb 2, 2010 - pub.:Feb 2, 2010
Timing your fishing with the moon #6026

Fishing on or near the full or new moon may bring you some extra bites. These days are listed as good fishing days on most Solunar Tables and Maori Fishing Charts. The times of day when the moon position (overhead or underfoot) and major solar periods (dawn, dusk, noon, etc.) coincide are said to be the best fishing times.

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Thanks to: Anonymous - Kentucky - USA. - rec.:Feb 2, 2010 - pub.:Feb 2, 2010
Urban Hunting #6030

If you hunt in urban areas get a topographical map. It not only shows ownership boundaries, but also may show unknown water holes, old orchards, etc. Always carry a compass along with your map to help you figure the direction you're traveling in.

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Thanks to: Phillip G. - Atlanta - USA. - rec.:Feb 2, 2010 - pub.:Feb 2, 2010
How to hunt elk safely #6031

Since elk have heavy shoulder bones, an archer's arrow will not penetrate through the thick shoulder blade. But since an elk's lungs extend about 14 inches behind the shoulder, a bow hunter should aim about six inches behind the shoulder line to insure a safe lung hit, while missing the shoulder bone.

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Thanks to: Anonymous - USA. - rec.:Feb 2, 2010 - pub.:Feb 2, 2010
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