i've rabbit hunted all my life,but I'm always searching for new articles to upgrade my skills or learn something new. Two tips always seem to come up that I absolutly have no belief in. Was wondering if anyone here has had luck with these or truly believes in their merits. I happen to believe that writers just copy from others and act like its the truth, without even testing or consulting seasoned hunters. The first is; when you jump a rabbit, you can stop it in its tracks by whistling-REALLY?? The second one is to pause for 20 seconds or so after youve moved into the briars or honeysuckle, and the rabbit wil become unnerved because he thinks youve spotted him and he'll bolt. Neither of these "truths" have I ever witnessed in over 60 years, How aboutyou all-believe, or don't believe?