Monday, November 16, 2009

Whistle Training Your Dog

So your ready to start whistle training your dog.  Did you know that the type of whistle you choose can make a difference?  There are many types of whistles on the market today.  Some are very inexpensive and some are on the high side.  I recomend a pealess design.  Pealess means it doesn't have the little ball in the whistle that makes the sound.  This type of design is great when the weather drops below zero, like it often does here in Wisconsin.  The Pealess whistle doesn't freeze up and are quite loud for those windy days or long ranging dogs.


To learn more about whistle training and whistle design check out:

Whistle Training: Dog Basics & The Right Whistle By Kelly Olson
Friday, November 13, 2009

Handicapped Hunters

Have you ever considered how they get handicapped people around for all the hunting trips you see them do on the Outdoor Channel. One of the best organizations is The Way Outfitters of Wisconsin. They take terminally ill, or handicapped kids, disabled veterans or wounded soldiers on a Hunting, Fishing, Skiing or a Dude Ranch vacation of a ofis all expenses paid by corporate sponsors। It just happens that Uncle John is the state director for the Way Outfitters so if you know a special someone that would like to be considered for one of these trips, contact Uncle John at this radio station। And wait till you see the places we go it is truly awesome. Did I tell you about the equipment we use. If a totally paralyzed person can sit in a power chair and move their head, they can fire a deer rifle with some of the specialized equipment we get from Be Adaptive outdoor company. This is John Simeone reporting, Pass it on.


Thursday, November 12, 2009

Should I Pay To Have My Dog Trained Or Should I Do It Myself?

Should I Pay To Have My Dog Trained Or Should I Do It Myself? - It's a question we get quite often on Gamebirdhunts.com - Pro Dog Breeder and Trainer Ed Hall Gives some pros and cons on the DIY Vs. Pro Dog training options:

To Train My Dog Myself Or To Pay For Training

Black Lab At Work With A Pro Dog Trainer
Thursday, November 05, 2009

Drinking And Hunting


Everybody knows that Drinking and Driving, Drinking and Boating and Drinking and Hunting is down right stupid and illegal. Well don’t think so fast. Many believe this is an infringement on their rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Every year I personally see at least one drunk hunter on a Wildlife Management area where it is completely illegal and of course very dangerous to the public. You would think even the most dyed in the wool beer drinker would know better than to do this but common sense doesn’t seem to be that common anymore. What makes it worse is that on private land there are no rules governing this, another reason to be sure you wear plenty of Hunter Orange when gun hunting. An alcohol related hunting or fishing accident is one of the most avoidable tragedies there is, just don’t do it. The great outdoor host and native to Louisiana, “Gritts” Gresham reminded us “When the guns and boats are put up and the sun goes down, It’s Miller Time.”…..Pass it on. - Post By John Simeone
Wednesday, November 04, 2009

Becoming A Better Shot With A Rifle

Wanna be a good rifle shot and keep it inexpensive, well you need to go no further than the very popular .22 Long Rifle. All great modern day Sharpshooters attribute their skill to diligent practice with the 22 rifle. There are many to choose from like the Marlin lever and bolt action models, the highly accurate CZ-USA bolt actions and the famous Ruger 10/22 semi-automatic. None of these firearms will cost you a lot of money, and with care they will last you a lifetime. The fun of a 22 rifle is an addiction so if you get started you will soon find out that the whole family will want to get involve in this fun shooting sport. Of course safety is paramount and close supervision of young shooters is a must.

One of the best places to learn all of the shooting sports is the Fort Polk Recreation Shooting Range. It is open for both Military and Civilian Sportsmen Wednesday’s through Sundays. Yes it won’t be long till you’re splitting playing cards, collecting a limit of gray squirrels, or winning a bet you can hit a pop can 200 yards away. Yes you can do all this and more with your trusty .22 rifle….Pass it on.

Learn more about Guns and Ammo At Foremost Hunting

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