5 Tips For Setting Up Your Treestand

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The use of a treestand is rapidly becoming one of the leading ways to hunt wild game. An animal’s (deer, moose, elk) two primary defence mechanisms are lowered by the use of a treestand: sight and smell. The height of a tree stand will raise the hunter above an animal’s direct line of sight. As well, an animal’s peripheral field of vision will be less likely to catch your movement or outline. Depending heavily on … Continued

Guided Hunts in the Spectrum of Tourism

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If you are new to the idea of hunting, and still on the fence about choosing a guided hunt, then it is best to look at guided hunts in the larger scope of the tourism industry. Hopefully then the benefits of hunting game will outweigh any of hunting’s negative implications. Hunting tourism should be classified as a subcategory of nature tourism, because of how it contributes to the preservation of area biodiversity. Guided hunts may … Continued

Field Dressing an Animal Once Harvested

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From the very moment you harvest an animal, certain steps should be taken to ensure the meat doesn’t spoil or toughen up. For example, a deer’s four chambered stomach will start the fermentation process of the entire body. The stomach generates and releases a gas which deteriorates the visceral tissue, spoiling the meat’s quality. There are potential risks for foodborne pathogens to contaminate the meat. Contamination of meat is commonly related to the manner in … Continued

Batnuni Lake Guides and Outfitters

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Looking for What to Expect With Batnuni Lake Guides and Outfitters? If this is your first time to the Batnuni Lake Guides and Outfitters website, it may be difficult to understand exactly what it is we do here. Our hope is that this post will clear up any misconceptions going forward. If you go on a guided hunt, know that all the planning and organization will be done for you. You are then able to … Continued

Essential Safety Tips For Your Next BC Black Bear Hunt

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There is no greater glory in a British Columbian black bear hunt than when you meet your match with respect in your heart, and victory in your hands, but these safety tips will ensure that your accomplishment will not risk your health. When you partake in a hunting experience, you engage in an elegant and memorable connection with nature. Respect for the power of the animal you target gives you far greater reward in the … Continued

Practice Your Calls: Tips For Your Next Guided BC Moose Hunt

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If you’re afraid to give moose calling a shot, you’re missing out. At Batnuni Lake Guides & Outfitters, our BC moose hunting season is conducted during prime rut times, from mid-September to the end of October, when the animals are responding to calling. Moose calling takes practice, but not perfection. And with the average moose size running between 40-45 inches during prime rut times, it’s worth a try. Success is largely dependent on ensuring there … Continued

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