About Predator Hunting Magazine
Predator Hunting is published bi-annually — featuring a fall and winter issue. The magazine is available on newstands and online. Containing a wealth of information for predator hunters, including how-to articles, tactics, tips and ways to improve your coyote, fox and fur hunting success, Predator Hunting magazine is for those who are serious students of predator hunting.
Fall 2009 Issue
The fall 2009 edition of Predator Hunting has arrived. It’s available at your favorite newsstand, sports shop, and many Barnes & Noble and Borders stores. Call 800-894-4656 to find a location near you.
If you want Predator Hunting right away, click here to download a PDF version of the magazine.
Here’s what’s inside this issue:
• Predator callers should set up in the shade to evade coyote eyesight.
• Research indicates that standing corn is the ideal late-season coyote refuge.
• Woodland foxes frequent the areas where differing terrains meet.
• Badgers are quickly gaining in popularity for predator callers.
• Successful bobcat hunting requires a carefully thought-out game plan.
• Coyote vocalizations can be effective all year long.
• Bigbore airguns are a challenging and exciting choice for the predator hunter.
• If used at the right time and situation, calling can work for feral pigs.
• Hunting in the wind is challenging, but smart callers can still find success.
• Taking coyotes with a bow is a feat for any predator hunter.
• ATVs are tough to beat for predator callers.
• Why a fruitless night of fox hunting was still a success.
• Predator home-range sizes vary greatly, sometimes even within the same species.
• Discover the latest predator hunting gear.
• Find predator hunts and calling contests right next door or far from home.
• Use our guide to find predator calling clubs across the nation.
Click here to download the PDF version of fall 2009 Predator Hunting magazine.
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