There are still many types of hunting with a Spaniel. I told you about the most famous ones. Pogonysh and marsh hens are hunted almost the same way as crakes, except that they choose wetter swamps with barrels filled with water. Hunting for grey partridge is similar to quail, but the birds sometimes keep very large broods, taking off with great noise and crackling, simultaneously maneuvering in flight, and often again landing the whole flock 100-200 meters from the place of ascent. The smell of grey partridge is very strong, especially if the brood is fattening. One evening in October we were returning home with the dog from a not very successful hunt: only woodcock and snipe were hanging out in the torques of the jagdtash. Suddenly, on a road that runs along the edge of an abandoned field, the dog pulled sharply into the field, literally screeching with excitement. Continue reading
Encyclopedia of hunting: hare Hunting
Many people will think that there is nothing complicated, go through the fields and shoot the flying “oblique”. But there are secrets, and it is because of these secrets that I almost always come home with the loot. For various reasons, not everyone has the opportunity to hunt with a dog, but this does not mean that hunting hares is not available to them. There are several quite effective ways to hunt without having a specially trained hunting dog.
Hunting from the approach
The very first way is to hunt from the approach. Continue reading
Musk deer is not a very large animal, representing the family of musk deer. Literally translated from Greek-carrying musk. With a body length of up to one meter, its weight reaches eighteen to twenty kilograms. Outwardly, they are very similar to deer, differing primarily in the seven-to nine-centimeter canines inherent in adult males. They have a very thick coat of brown or brown color with light gray spots. They live on the slopes of mountains covered with coniferous forests, choosing high altitudes relative to sea level (from six hundred meters to three kilometers). They live mostly singly settled, occupying an area of ten to thirty hectares.
All hunters who are interested in these animals should take into account that the musk deer is very fast and moving away from danger at full speed can change the direction of its movement by ninety degrees.
In addition, it is very Jumpy and not bad obfuscates tracks. Therefore, it will be very difficult to catch up with it. Continue reading