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MH Outdoors BoarMasters product review

MH Outdoors BoarMasters product review

Mh Outdoors Blog Michelle Harmes Feb 18th 2017 One place we put Sweet Surrender is right on the barrel, in 2015 Amy’s bear would plop on her belly and lap up all the paste she could find. During the hunt, Amy said her bear came straight in for the paste allowing Amy to shoot her biggest bear to date!  Read more……

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Bear Camp 2017

Bear Camp 2017

BEAR CAMP 2017 HOSTED BY YELLOWSTONE COUNTRY BEAR HUNTERS ASSOCIATION  Fundraising Event APRIL 21ST 2017 Townhall Style Intermission with the following: Joe Kondelis – Jason Matzinger – Wyoming Fish and Game  LOCATION: Cody Theatre, Cody Wyoming  -TICKETS:  Available online at www.YCBHA.org  -COST:  $20 for Adults and kids 12 and under are free  -Games, Raffles, booths and Fun!  WIN an APA BOW!   BOARMASTERS WILL BE ON SITE!  GOING TO BE A FUN NIGHT!  COME JOIN US!  Doors open at 6pm and the first film will begin at 7pm!   FILMS BY JASON MATZINGER!  INFO CONTACT: joekondelis@gmail.com        

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The New Browning Defender 850 with Bluetooth and Wi-fi Connectivity!

The New Browning Defender 850 with Bluetooth and Wi-fi Connectivity!

  NEW FOR 2017* We are extremely excited for the new Browning Defender 850! As hardcore hunters and Bear baiters we strive to find solid cameras that can provide us with key information about our hunting areas, What time is that bear coming to the bait?   What scent or product is he paying the most attention to?  What direction is he coming from?  All these questions run through our heads each year as we set baits and then return to check our trail cameras,   When season opens we travel to our stands to sit and wait for the

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The battle of baiting and hunting nocturnal bears

The battle of baiting and hunting nocturnal bears

By Nick Hopkins Www.boarmasters.com Bear hunting is extremely challenging,  but is also one of the most adrenaline packed hunting adventures you’ll ever do.  There are many methods and options for pursuing and hunting bears and all provide some great challenges.  I get in conversations every year with people who have never had the chance to hunt bears.  Many of those same people think hunting bear over bait isn’t fair, or not as challenging.  Well I’m here to tell you baiting bear will be one of the most challenging but rewarding hunts you’ll ever do.  I’ve hunted many different animals including

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Top 5 bear baiting tips by Nick Hopkins

Top 5 bear baiting tips by Nick Hopkins

Top 5 Bear Baiting tips By Nick Hopkins Boarmasters Scents 1)Location: Location is extremely important to achieving a successful bait site. Start by looking for tracks and scat in dense, dark areas, old timber growth near water and around spring food sources. Basically, you’ll need to find the where the bears want to be. Pick a spot that will allow the bait scent to travel easily and quickly into areas that you think will be holding bears, such as the head of a canyon or multiple canyons. Note the prevailing wind direction and look at areas on the upwind side

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Coyote Light Review

COYOTE LIGHT REVIEW Lights, Action… Camera Author:  Richard Bogath is an NRA certified firearms instructor, certified hunter instructor, youth league pistol coach, professional hunting guide, published author, writer for several online publications, blogger, lecturer and proud dad. March 18th, 2016 Early January, Tuesday-10:30pm. Readying myself for my predator hunt at the clubhouse just as two other hunters are coming in from theirs. After exchanging pleasantries, I ask them where they were, what they were doing and what they saw. Knowing that I am the club’s avid predator hunter and hoping they can pull some additional tips out of me, they tell me all I

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Love for the working dog by Mike Pimentel

Love for the working dog by Mike Pimentel

  LOVE FOR THE WORKING DOG by Mike Pimentel The May sun was blazing down on us as we reached the summit and stepped out onto a big rock out cropping. We sat down to take off our snow shoes which have seemed to hinder us more at times in the soft snow than do us any good. Above the slight breeze and swaying of pines we could hear a slight rumble up canyon in a small basin, it was the hounds! As we strained to hear them better we could start picking out certain dogs and their distinct barks

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Snaring Feral Hogs

Snaring Feral Hogs

BOARMASTERS MANUFACTURES THE PERFECT HOG SNARE. CLICK HERE Great Article from the Agrilife Extension Texas A&M System Snaring Feral Hogs Chancey Lewis, Matt Berg, Nikki Dictson, Jim Gallagher, Mark McFarland, and James C. Cathey* Feral hog populations across Texas are damaging water quality, wildlife habitat, home landscapes, and agricultural production. To manage these animals effectively, landowners and managers must deploy a diverse set of approaches. In situations where capturing a small number of animals inexpensively and with little maintenance is desirable, snares can be a key component of a larger control strategy. Advantages • Snaring is relatively inexpensive and does

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Coyote Light Night Hunting light

Coyote Light Night Hunting light

We are now a dealer for the new Coyote Light!  A very impressive super bright night hunting light.  Its the Team BoarMasters light of choice!  Were proud to be a dealer of a rugged Made in the USA product. Coyote Light Predator Hunting Light High Performace predator hunting light.  This light is built strong with an aluminum housing and non-reflective matte black finish.   MADE IN USA Coyote Light is an innovative hunting light developed by predator hunting enthusiast for predator hunting enthusiast. This remarkable hunting light features the highest performing red LED lighting technology in a sleek matte black

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Mastering Wild Hog snaring with Newt Sterling

Mastering Wild Hog snaring with Newt Sterling

Newt Sterling has excellent snaring credentials. He routinely snares red and gray fox, raccoon, beaver, otter, muskrat and mink in the salt marshes around his home in Port Republic, New Jersey, and has snared coyote in Ohio. While on a bear hunting trip in Ontario he set a half-dozen snares and caught a huge timber wolf the second day. He has done plenty of demos, including the NTA Conventions, and has been an instructor at the Fur Taker’s College in LaGrange, Indiana. Newt has also worked as a Predator Control Contractor with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, catching fox,

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