Annually, I spend hundreds of hours behind my scope, most of which for watching games. Over the years, I’ve learned from the experiences about my spotting scope and the way to use it. You may take it for granted that the procedure is so simple: Just put the glass in front of your eyes targeting at the animal and observe it. Easier said than done, however. The matter is that how proficient a spotting scope user you become. Here are the tips for you. [Read more…]
Hunting is exploring. All of us would like to have pleasant experiences in our journey. Hunting is “rolling” with nature; so to prepare for a hunting trip, we need to bring the items that support this conquest. The choice will depend on many factors: the length of the journey, how to organize it, etc. Here are the essential items needed for a hunting trip. [Read more…]
The strategies of daytime hunting include guessing, detecting, approaching, and shooting.
Experienced hunters never go at random because it is just effortless. In their familiar woods, they know the habitat of some kinds of birds and animals. (Unlike migratory birds, the local birds are less likely to leave far from their area of residence). They also know the places frequented by birds and animals for food, drinking water, etc. Therefore, when they want to hunt a certain kind of animals, they can go straight to that area. [Read more…]
There is a common habit that one pulls off his glasses or puts them on top before his eyes approach to the binoculars. It would not be a big problem unless you have to repeat this process too much when you walk in the wilderness area or worse, unintentionally lost glasses. Even if you use contact lenses, you still need to blink frequently to keep moisture to the eye. At that time, using spotting scopes will limit somewhat the blink and you’ll soon find your eyes dry. [Read more…]
Most spotting scopes on the market today are refractors that use prisms inside the scope to flip the image in the correct, normal position. Spotting scopes are divided into two categories based on the lens design, including Roof prism and Porro prism. The question people often ask is what type of spotting scopes is better. This depends on the advantages and disadvantages of each type, so depending on your needs, I will advise the appropriate type of spotting scopes. This article analyzes the types of spotting scopes for you to visualize and apply to your case. [Read more…]