If you’re an amateur hunter looking to bag a rabbit, you need to know when the best time to go out is. In this blog post, we will discuss the different factors that play into when the best time to hunt rabbits is. We’ll also give you some tips and tricks on how to make the most of your hunting trip!
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The first thing you need to do when planning your rabbit hunt is figuring out when they are most active. Rabbits tend to be crepuscular, meaning that their activity peaks at dawn and dusk. This means if you want a better chance of catching one when it’s light outside, try hunting during these times instead of the middle of the day when they may be less active and harder to see.
If you’re hunting in an area where there are lots of trees or other covers, it might help if you wait until later when all the leaves have fallen off so that rabbits will stand out more against their background (and therefore not hide as well). Rabbits also like to hide when they’re scared so if you see something scaring them off, move towards it quietly but quickly before running into view again once everything has calmed down.
Finally, when hunting rabbits it’s important not to be too loud because this will scare them away from where you want them! If possible try using equipment that makes minimal noise when hunting rabbits during their most active times (dawn and dusk).