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.

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How Hunting Preserves Work

Do hunting preserves ensure that there's plenty of land for wild animals to live on, or do they make it easier for people to bag their limit during hunting disease. There are arguments on both sides -- and the answers may surprise you.

How Internet Hunting Works

Hunting season has ended, but you're not ready for it to be over. It used to be there were only two options: play deer-hunting games or participate in simulations online. But now, there's another option: Internet hunting.

How Hunting Trophies Work

That moose head hanging on a restaurant wall is, to many hunters, more than just a souvenir. For some hunters, the trophies are a big part of the reason to hunt.

How Hunting with Respect for Life Works

While some hunters hold a deep respect for the animals and try to make the process quick and painless, others may not be as concerned with the well-being of their prey. So how do you hunt with respect for life?

How Bow Hunting Works

Modern hunters have an arsenal of weapons to choose from, and perhaps the most interesting and challenging is the bow. How has bow hunting changed since the Stone Age?

How Knife Hunting Works

No hunter would be fully equipped without a knife. Your blade is essential for field dressing, skinning and preparing game, as well as for safety. Regardless of what you're hunting or where you're hunting it, the knife is an invaluable tool.

How Poaching Works

Though there was a time when poachers were thought of as heroes -- taking from the rich to give to the poor -- that perspective seems to be a thing of the past. Poaching is a serious issue that has detrimental effects around the globe.

What is the best hunting-dog group and why?

What would the sport of hunting be without the sporting dogs? These furry, four-legged assistants can find, point out and retrieve game -- and still have enough energy for a game of fetch.

How Wolf Hunting Works

Wolves have been hunted throughout history for various reasons. How do people find wolves to hunt, and what kind of equipment do you need?

Is wolf hunting legal?

Gray wolves were once an endangered species in the lower 48 United States, but they've been coming back. Does that mean that they're fair game for hunters again?

How Rifle Scopes Work

Choosing the right rifle scope may make a huge difference in whether or not you're able to hit your target. But how do you choose the right scope?

How to Choose a Hunting Rifle

It's not you who chooses the rifle. Nor, for that matter, does the rifle choose you. Here's a hint: What you're hunting makes all the difference.

How Hunting Calls Work

It takes more than muttering "gobble gobble" to attract a turkey into shooting range. Hunters master all kinds of calls to lure prey. How do they make these sounds?

Top 10 Hunting-dog Breeds

While playing in the backyard, you notice Fido suddenly lower his head, raise his front paw in the air and stare intently at a flittering, oblivious bird. You then realize he's just doing what comes naturally -- hunting.

Is knife hunting the fairest way to hunt?

Not all of us were cut out to be hunters. The hours of waiting for prey to emerge from the woods coupled with the bloody business of slicing up a carcass is a lot to take. But have you considered whether hunting just isn't fair to animals?