Hunting Coyotes at Night: My guide to consistent success

Hunting Coyotes at Night: My guide to consistent success

The ultimate hide and seek, nighttime coyote hunting is a game like no other. As something I recently got into myself, I will share with you what I’ve learned along the way. Nighttime coyote hunting is done with either spotlight, thermal scopes, or night vision scopes. You’ll need to know your shooting distance in the…

6.5 Creedmoor: Is it REALLY enough for hunting bull elk?

6.5 Creedmoor: Is it REALLY enough for hunting bull elk?

I’m no stranger to ballistic battles and ammo arguments. With all the research and experience I have, I’m usually on the winning side. Still, sometimes I am proven wrong or learn new things. In the past few years, I’ve found myself carrying lighter and smaller calibers every time I’m in the woods. The 6.5 Creedmoor…

Coyote Hunting Gear: Buyer’s guide and my exact gear list

Coyote Hunting Gear: Buyer’s guide and my exact gear list

The sheer amount of gear marketed to predator hunters is intimidating, confusing, and hard to sort through. I’ve teamed up with a group of coyote hunters to bring you the best gear, recommended through years of fields testing. The most essential gear for hunting coyotes is a rifle, camo, and a predator call. If you…

Top 10 Coyote Hunting Rifles (including price and specs)

Top 10 Coyote Hunting Rifles (including price and specs)

Need to start thinning the coyote population near you? Look at any of these 10 capable rifles; they will help you on your mission. What Makes These Rifles Coyote Killers: Not every rifle model on this list is designed specifically for taking predators or varmints, though some are predator-specific guns. When choosing a rifle to…

.45 ACP for Bear Protection: Best ammo, and if it’s enough

.45 ACP for Bear Protection: Best ammo, and if it’s enough

Being up close to a Grizzly is a nerve-wracking experience. After a hunter recounted to me his experience of being severely mauled on a mountainside, I decided to write this article. In general, the .45 acp is a poor choice for bear defense. The round is slow, fat, and has fairly poor penetration on tough-skinned…