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WHERE TO HUNT
Wingshooting

Hunting preserves—private, regulated properties that stock game animals—are a great resource for hunters. They provide a controlled environment and an increased chance for success. Big-game preserves often include one-on-one guiding, great for novices, while upland bird preserves are a favorite for training young bird dogs.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
Hunting Basics And Tips
1
Hunting safety is the first priority
Watch a safety video or take a hunter education course to learn more.
2
Read hunting laws and regulations
Hunting laws and regulations vary from state to state. Learn more.
3
Wear proper hunting gear
The more comfortable you are, the longer you’ll hunt and the better the chances for success.
4
Essential hunting equipment
Check out where to buy hunting firearms and ammo for your next trip.
5
Go with a friend
Obtaining A Hunting License

Hunting licenses can be purchased at various places, including local firearms retailers and angler supply stores, as well as directly from the local wildlife management departments online. States usually require hunters to take a hunter education course before they take to the woods, but many make exceptions if the hunter will be accompanied by a fully licensed and experienced hunter through an apprenticeship program.

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