Great FAQ…Please be mentally and physically prepared for this blood pumping, nerve racking, adrenalin rushed experience.

Should I Practice?

Yes! The #1 problem for most hunters is lack of practice with their weapon. 

The #2 issue is using weaponry or ammunition during the hunt that you haven’t practiced with.

Practice shooting your weapon routinely with the ammunition you WILL use on your hunt.

How Should I Practice?

Shoot wearing your back pack, binoculars, rangefinder, hat, face-mask, gloves and clothing you’ll be wearing while hunting. Get in the habit of switching up how you practice.

What Range Should I Practice at?

Not so common FAQ for us but very important. Ranges you should be comfortable and accurate with are 5-70 for Archery and 50-200 yards for Muzzleloader, and 50-300.  Be comfortable shooting from different positions as well. Prone, sitting, kneeling, and standing (off-hand), and with and without a rest. Work on controlling your breathing including firing after jogging or running while your blood is pumping and the adrenaline is racing. 

How Much Time Will I Have to Shoot?

An opportunity frequently happens quickly and you will not have a lot of time. The more prepared you are the better your chances will be on a successful kill. Your guide will talk with you before and during your hunt to help you be prepared as possible. If you have any questions about your hunt, our guides are trained and ready to help you have a successful hunt. 

We strongly recommend preparing yourself by getting into the best possible shape before the hunt. It will greatly increase the enjoyment, experience, and success of your hunt.

If you need any advice please contact LOH and we can share tips that have helped us in the field. Our #1 goal is to give you a good experience and for you to kill a of a lifetime! We work very hard to give you that opportunity.

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