Elk NetworkGlassing Tips from Kristy Titus

Hunting | September 18, 2017

Being able to locate animals in difficult terrain is the starting point to every successful hunt. With today’s modern optics, we have more advantage than ever before but without proper technique, many animals still go unseen. Glassing is a skill that you must develop a system for. Throwing up your binoculars and looking quickly at a hillside is not going to help you identify the animal of a lifetime.

Join Kristy Titus in her latest episode of Pursue The Wild, Tips from the Wild for her top tips on glassing.

Grab your glass, get comfortable and try out these techniques.
Set Up
Use of Tripod
Systematize Your Search
Hasty Search
Transitioning to a Spotting Scope

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