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Phrightened Pheasants-Ron Schara, host of Backroads with Ron & Raven, has a tip for late season pheasant hunting. NO YELLING! Speak infrequently and softly to dogs as well as to hunting partners. Don’t call for your dog. Use a whistle. Late season birds, especially, are extremely wary and the first shouting will send them wild into the next county. “Hunt fast,” says Schara, a member of the ProGear by Wrangler® Outdoor Advisory Team. “Late season birds quickly get nervous and skidaddle.”

Wade for Bass-As more tournament pros and weekend warriors hit the water in their bass boats, the more that bass get lockjaw from all the pressure. Tournament bass anglers can’t get out of the boat, but we can. Larry Bozka of the ProGear by Wrangler® Outdoor Advisory Team reports good success wade fishing for bass in those timber-blocked sloughs and brushy creeks. “Pull on a pair of waders and wade in where bass boats can’t go,” said Larry. “You’ll catch fish.”

Pack Savvy-Have a place for everything and put everything in its place. That’s the pack savvy tip from Mark Kayser of the ProGear by Wrangler® Outdoor Advisory Team. “Create a system within your daypack and store all items in the same place each time,” said Kayser. “By designating pouches and pockets for your rangefinder, limb snippers, maps, GPS, food and drink, you’ll be able to find what you’re looking for with a minimum of time and noise.”

Low-tech Sonar-Ever wonder how to accurately lower your bait to those suspended fish that you see on the depth sounder? Here’s a tip from Larry Bozka of the ProGear by Wrangler® Outdoor Advisory Team. Your casting rod and reel can become measuring tools. First, measure how many times the level wind goes back and forth on the reel when you pull out 5 feet of line. Say it goes back and forth two times. If you want to lower the bait to 10 feet all you need to do is play out line and let the level wind go back and forth four times. For 20 feet, you’ll let it go back forth across the spool eight times.

Fishig Hunting Tips courtesy of ProGear by Wrangler.
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