Re: Another night hunting question
I hunt anytime except pitch black nights. I have found, over the years, that they aren't out as much on pitch black nights.
Shine your light off and on to scan for critters. Once you have one in the light, never shut it off. Keep the eyes in the halo of the light until it is close enough to determine what it is. Then, drop the center of the light on the potential target for recognition.
Works great. That is why I love the dimmer switch on my Lightforce too. Keep it low, longer battery life and then turn it up to see and confirm target. Invaluable in my opinion.
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