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Here is a hunting website I came across recently. It's essentially a radio talk show presented as podcasts which are how to guides for all kinds of hunting.  The host lives in PA and he says he is a college professor and pastor who took up hunting at age 30.  He found learning how to do it on his own was difficult and he wanted others new to the sport to have an easier time. I think it's very well done and he even has four podcasts dedicated to crow hunting. 

Best Areas for Crow Hunting:

https://www.newhuntersguide.com/2020/07/13/ep103-5-best-areas-for-crow-hunting/

Three great crow hunting strategies:

https://www.newhuntersguide.com/2019/07/01/ep49-three-great-crow-hunting-strategies/

Basic Crow Hunting Gear:

https://www.newhuntersguide.com/2019/06/24/ep48-basic-crow-hunting-gear/

Best Guns and Ammo for Crow Hunting

https://www.newhuntersguide.com/2019/06/17/ep47-best-guns-ammo-for-crow-hunting/

 

 

 



-- Edited by nhcrowshooter on Wednesday 15th of July 2020 10:08:20 AM

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Pete,

Thanks for the links. So far I've listened to all but one of the those you highlighted. Good stuff, particularly for those new to the sport. Only problem I have with the info is that he talks a lot about using hills... What are "hills?" Here in the Lowcountry we only have water, marsh, mud, then land. Very, very FLAT land! aww

His website is full of info, too.  Gave me a little boost to get me through the dry season before hunting picks up again.

Demi



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