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How Far is Too Far When Using Tools for Tracking Wounded Game?

How far is too far when it comes to tracking wounded game? Here’s a look at one device, the Game Vector 300, that takes tracking to another level…. Read more…

Why Can’t I Use My Dog?

Even though there are many dogs and handlers with the ability to help in every state of the Union, the use of dogs to recover wounded big game is still… Read more…

Essential Tools For Blood Trailing Deer

Blood trailing a wounded animal can be a difficult task; even more so at night. These are some of the products that can help make your job easier and… Read more…

Tips For Blood Trailing & Tracking Wounded Deer

Many hunters agree that the real work begins once you release the arrow. Learn helpful tips for blood trailing deer that can help you recover your next… Read more…

After the Shot—Clues to recovering your next whitetail

Months of preparation, hours and hours of practice time, days of hanging stand after stand, all come down to one split second, one opportunity to loose an… Read more…

A Lesson in Tracking: Finding a Wounded Elk

Although my elk hunting season started with archery equipment, it ended with a rifle. I realize that this is a sight dedicated to bowhunting enthusiasts,… Read more…

Tracking… After a Less Than Stellar Shot

The deer you’ve been waiting for all season steps out of the thicket at a mere twenty yards.  As if he was reading from a script he enters your lane… Read more…

20 Blood Trailing Tips

20 blood trailing tips that will help you find woulded game including how long to wait, how to follow the blood trail and… Read more…