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Observation is incredibly important for a successful hunt. From watching the habits of how your prey moves and where it goes, to setting up the perfect shot, observing is key.
In the US, hunting is primarily regulated by state laws. Every state in the US has a different set of rules and licenses. Hunting season is the designated time in which certain game animals can be hunted in certain designated areas. Each state determines and sets its own specific dates to hunt that specific game animal.
Open season varies from country to country. Some of the factors that are taken into account when deciding the start and end time for a season are migrating seasons, mating seasons, and birthing seasons.
Closed season is the time of the year during which the hunting of an animal of a given species is not in accordance with the law. Closed seasons are designed to protect a species when it is most vulnerable or to protect animals during their breeding season.
The closed season is timed to prevent hunting during times of peak reproductive activity, impaired flying ability, extreme temperatures, low population levels, and food shortages. It is enforced by local conservation laws for the protection and management of the species and wildlife; any hunting during closed season is punishable by law and defined as illegal hunting or poaching.
Types of hunting can be determined based on how you hunt and the type of prey you hunt.
Type of weapons: bow, riffle, handgun
Type of tactics: active, bait, recreational, dig handlers
Type of weapon: bow, rifle, handgun
Type of tactics: active, bait, recreational, dog handlers
Big game: white-tailed deer, mule deer, moose, elk, caribou, bear, bighorn sheep, pronghorn, boar, javelina, bison
Small game: rabbit, hare, squirrel, opossum, raccoon, porcupine, skunk, ring-tailed cat, armadillo, ruffed grouse
Furbearers: beaver, red fox, mink, pine marten, muskrat, otter, bobcat, coyote
Predators: cougar (mountain lion and panther), wolf, coyote
Upland game bird: grouse, woodcock, chukar, pheasant, quail, dove
Waterfowl: duck, teal, merganser, geese, swan
As an outdoors enthusiast, I have tried many gadgets during my expeditions. This product has the best price-quality ratio, considering it’s a premium gear. Very versatile, I use mine for golfing, archery, hiking, and wildlife adventures and I can choose from 5 different modes: ranging, flagpole, speed, scan, and fog. I totally got my money’s worth!
I was looking for binoculars to use on a camping trip during the day as well as night. This was an important criterion and Visiocrest delivered, with the incorporated infrared night vision. I couldn’t believe how clearly I see using these binoculars, even in pitch dark. The image at night is clear, the video/picture quality is good. Could not be happier with this purchase!
When hunting, having clear vision is the key to the perfect shot. The pinpoint accuracy of Visiocrest tops out around 1093 yards. I also use the rangefinders to check the track before hunting to get complete daily patterns and establish routes. It can save you a lot of time and ensure you shoot to win. Definitely recommend Visiocrest!
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Our products can be used for hunting, archery, golf, hiking, camping or any other outdoor activity.
Yes, all our products benefit from a limited 1-year warranty for replacements or refunds.
Visiocrest offers a range of night-vision devices that can help you see far, both during the day and night. You can also take pictures and videos.
Universally, it is illegal to hunt any game animal at night — this includes deer, turkey, elk and moose. You can hunt non-game animals at night in all but three states in the US. Those states are New Mexico, Rhode Island, and Alabama. We advise you to look up the legislation in your country and state before going hunting at night.
Though each product has its own benefits, we recommend a night-vision device so you can also record and take pictures of your adventures.
Yes, the Night Vision Goggles can be used during the daytime.
Yes, we offer a 30-day money back guarantee. Try Visiocrest for 30 days. If you’re not fully satisfied with our product, get your money back, guaranteed!
All our products come with free shipping, so you won’t pay anything extra.