This hunting section provides information on responsible hunting, hunting methods, hunting clubs and handling game. This hunting guide will teach you about the various ideals held by hunters, then you can decide how you would like to approach hunting.

Alternative hunting methods include long-range hunting, deer baiting and hunting on food plots. Alternative hunting methods are typically easier than traditional hunting methods because there are certain tricks which are utilized.

Game handling can be a tricky task if hunters are not prepared to handle dead animals. Whether hunters are taking their kill with them to eat or stuff or just disposing of the dead animal, understanding game handling is essential.

Hunting clubs and organizations have been around for centuries and most of them deal with a specific type of game. Some hunting clubs and organizations are dedicated to hunting principles or methods as opposed to a certain prey.

Hunting principles include fair chase hunting and hunting with respect for life. By learning about the various hunting principles, you will be able to think over the different arguments and decide where you stand on the issues.

Hunting regulations dictate the hunting seasons, bag limits, poaching laws and many other aspects of hunting. Hunting regulations differ from state to state so it's important to know how certain regions' hunting regulations differ.

Traditional hunting methods include bow hunting and rifle hunting. Traditional hunting methods require the hunter to be in open terrain where animals aren't fenced, lured with bait or shot from great distances.