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Nikki Boxler

Go the Distance – How to Measure Distance Without Technology and Why You Should Care


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Also, combining a pace count with the use of proper field maps enables us to calculate an estimated pace count needed to reach a known landmark such as hunting camp, main road, parking area etc. Pace count is unique to each individual as it depends on the biomechanics of one’s stride, so it is important […]

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GPS in high winds
Grant Woods

Strong Winds and Hunting


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The winds were out of the north so I sat on the south side of a narrow valley and looked north – into a south-facing slope. I was in the wind (coming from the north) and watched a south-facing slope. South-facing slopes are naturally protected from north winds. I watched deer work their way across […]

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