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Must-have links

The Masters of Foxhounds Association has some great basic info on hunting and attire here- http://www.mfha.org/abfo.aspx
Roster of hunt clubs by state- http://www.mfha.org/memberhunts.aspx
The “Bible” of hunting in America everyone should buy- http://uspcbooks.stores.yahoo.net/ritohoinam.html

Video on how to tie a stock tie- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BKnGnyF7LwY

If you’re in/near VA- www.foxhuntva.com

I have been hunting with my uncle since my child hood. I would not say that we do hunting for lions. I went hunting with my uncle for different birds and especially fishing. I love hunting because its one of the adventuring event. Fishing is my favorite when camping on river and waiting for some fishing.

Information on correct attire, hunting etiquette, glossary of terms, calls on the hunting horn, hunting literature and more is available at http://www.foxhuntinglife.com. Subscribers with questions on hunting receive authoritative answers from a recognized Panel of Experts. Directory listings for lodging, stabling, and hunting livery stables are a resource for traveling foxhunters.

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Justin boots and music–part two

Justin boots and music–part two

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Recent 2011 threads on how to start hunting:

http://www.chronofhorse.com/forum/showthread.php?t=294355

http://www.chronofhorse.com/forum/showthread.php?t=319115

These have a Georgia flavor to them, but they serve as a great starting place for anyone looking to hunt for the first time.

Is there a hunt near"____________"

Go to the MFHA directory on the internet. Link given second post.

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If You Need Used Hunting Garb

Check ebay
Old Habit in VA
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Use Google for thses

I cannot figure out how to search the Hunting Discussion Forum? There isn’t any light blue bar? Just a light blue post bar… thanks

I cannot figure out how to search the Hunting Discussion Forum? There isn’t any light blue bar? Just a light blue post-bar… thanks

I cannot figure out how to search the Hunting Discussion Forum? There isn’t any light blue bar? Just a light blue post-bar… thanks

I cannot figure out how to search the Hunting Discussion Forum? There isn’t any light blue bar? Just a light blue post-bar… thanks