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Hunting Lights - An Important Weapon for Coon Hunting

Fadi Ayat
 


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What makes raccoon hunting special among any other hunting experience is that it is usually done at night. This is so because raccoons are nocturnal creatures- meaning, they are active during the night. Because of this, coon hunting requires several things which usual hunting does not really necessitate. One of them is the coon hunting light which is the most important equipment of all.

Coon hunting lights are very important because they are the only means for you to spot a raccoon in the area. Also, raccoon eyes shine when exposed to lights, which is why, even if raccoons are on a distance, you could easily spot them with the glare of their eyes. Without these lights, the dawn will break on you and soon you'll realize that the hunting is over without seeing a single raccoon.

There are many lights available for you to use. One type of coon hunting light is the flashlight. These flashlights are effective because you may point them at any direction you want. The inconvenience it brings is that it would be very confusing on your part to carry a flashlight and a gun at the same time. Because of thrill or eagerness, you might mistake you flashlight for a gun and use it to shoot a raccoon.

Because of this, the coon hunting light was devised- a flashlight which is mounted on the gun. It becomes convenient because you only carry one thing in your hand. However, the disadvantage with this is that you may unknowingly wave your gun which is not so appreciated especially if there are other persons around in the area.

The best choice for coon hunting light would be the type where the lights are attached on your head or cap. This resolves the inconveniences of carrying a light and a gun at the same time. They may not look so good in you but remember that it is only the raccoons and you who would be seeing each other so there's no need to worry about your fashion statement

Along with buying the best lights for your hunting experience, be sure to bring with you spare batteries because your lights might just die off and ruin your entire hunting experience. Surely, you would not want to lose sight of these hunted creatures just because of failing batteries.

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