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Hunt Addictions

At Hunt Addictions, we strive to be your one-stop-shop for all of your hunting addictions. Here you will find an abundance of information that will help you in the field. Jonathan Olson and Shawn Weissenfluh are striving to provide you a site with information that is not so easily accessed without shuffling through multiple web pages, brochures, or even hotlines. We will be here every step of the way through your hunting adventures and we hope that you will keep wanting to come back for more.

Most Recent Articles

Hunting Late-Season Birds

by Justin Kornkven 

The end of October and first part of November used to be late season for us waterfowlers here in North Dakota.  The North Dakota winters used to come a lot earlier back in the 1920’s – 1950’s. Read more »  

The Importance of Banding Birds

by Doug Leier 

I've learned through watching, listening and observing my kids how routine questions can often perplex adults. It's easy to just brush it off with a quick response of "I don't know" or some other redirection response. Read more »  

Top 5 Tag Punching Tips

by Sean Evenson 

As each deer season comes to an end, I am often overcome by feelings of both sadness and relief. Sadness in that I now have to wait another nine months or so until the next deer season begins, but yet relief in that all of my effort has finally resulted in what lies at the end of a blood trail. Read more »  

Waterfowl Rig and Trailer Maintenance

by Marcus Bergstrom 

As the season nears closer and closer, I know a lot of us are taking out our gear and checking it over. We're looking at everything from decoys and calls to blinds and guns. What a lot of guys forget to check over is "the rig". Read more » 

Dog Conditioning for Early Season Honkers

by Josh Sowada 

Here in South Dakota (and other states in the Midwest), early goose season opens in mid-August. During that time, temperatures are still fairly warm; warm temperatures and heavier birds make it tough for a bird dog that is not in proper physical condition. Read more »