June 2012
Predator Xtreme;Jun2012, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p40
The author offers guidelines on hunting for adult red fox. He claims that red fox hunts game bird nests, guided by their good sense of smell, eyesight and hearing. When targeting red fox during daylight hours, he cautions predator hunters against allowing themselves to be spotted on their way to their stand location. He explains why he prefers higher-pitched, busier sounds while calling the nest robbers of the wetlands.


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