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What Are The Most Important Supplies For A Successful Hunt?
by: Graham Taylor


What are the most important supplies for a successful hunt?

The tactics for every hunt are different, and the preparations required vary wildly from region to region. However, there are a few key supplies that every successful hunter needs. Visit for an excellent guide to all the things you’d need for some of the most popular hunts in the USA, Canada and beyond.


Whether you choose to hunt with a bow or a firearm, it’s important to select your weapon carefully. You’ll want to choose the right size of gun or bow for the game you’re seeking. At the same time, it’s imperative that you choose a weapon you are both comfortable and confident using. Without this first key ingredient, you won’t have a chance of succeeding in your hunt.


There’s little point packing up your favorite rifle for the hunt if you haven’t got a great scope to go with it. People’s preferences vary, and what’s ultimately most important is taking along a scope or binoculars that work well for you, and that you’re used to working with. Be sure to bring along any prescription glasses you typically require, as well as some sunglasses.


Like your choice of weapon, deciding which ammunition best suits the job at hand is partially a matter of personal preference and partially common sense. You want to be sure you’re not going after big game with an inadequate load. By the same token, you don’t want to obliterate your target with too much punch.


Depending on the size of your party, you’ll need to bring along the basic essentials for any camping trip. A tent, sleeping bag, mess kit, cook stove, fuel, matches, food, drink and wash kit are essentials. Also, be sure to bring a smaller survival kit you carry with you at all times in case you’re separated from your party – stock it with a minimal first aid kit, a few rations and a bit of drink.


We all hope a good hunt ends with a kill – so you’ll want to be prepared for this. Bring along a couple sharp hatchets, a folding saw, a good hunting knife and a sharpening stone, as well as some lightweight rope and suitable meat bags. For smaller game, you only really need a big hunting knife and the meat bags.

A little advice

At You’ll find the eBook, “Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Hunting but Never Dared to Ask,” to get a head start on this year’s hunting season with tips and advice from experienced hunters.

Watch for next week’s tip:

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