by Carl Kozak
(Hayward WI USA)
No matter where you hunt, there are considerations to make when planning your dream hunt.
Start planning with hunting conditions.
SEASONS: Each state, province or territory sets it own season. Is it spring, fall, or winter. Spring season in regions that allow it are best for prime bears. Fall season are primary big-game seasons and winter hunting is a "specialty" for some species.
WEATHER: Weather plays a great part of any hunt. This influences how long you need to plan this hunt for reasonable chance of success. Some hunts require travel in poor weather so better plan on a few days of loosing a few days of hunting.
COMBO OR ONE SPECIES DREAM HUNT: Should you plan a mixed-bag hunt or plan a specific hunt for one animal. If you are a serious trophy hunter in search of a particularly large specimen-regardless of species-then you are better off to plan on a specific hunt.
COSTS: As a general guideline, it should be possible to arrange your choices of game from least costly to most expensive. This should be from your home door and back. The combo hunt become a little more of a bargain.
IN SUMMARY: Just as planning a hunt out your own back door, you have to make the same decisions.
Do your research to plan your dream hunt,get in shape and go out and enjoy your dream hunt any where on this earth.
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