Published on Friday, March 07, 2014by Josh Sturgill
Location: Boone County, WV,Age:16 years old,Date:October 2013,Weather:Sunny with light wind 50 degrees,Time of Day: 6:20 PM.There is nothing quite like harvesting your first ever deer; especially with a bow. Here is one young ladies tale of becoming a bow
Published on Wednesday, March 05, 2014by Brodie Swisher
Last month we took a look at the advantages of adding a bike to your means of bowhunting transportation. This month we'll address how you can get your game out of the woods once you've had a successful "bike hunt".
Published on Monday, March 03, 2014by Brady Miller
Keeping your bow equipment protected from the elements is one of the most important aspects of a successful hunt. An equipment malfunction can wreck a bowhunt in an instant. If you’re hiking to your hunting spot or putting a stalk on an animal and a stick
Authors Note: The only woman to arrow the “Big Five” in Africa in a single safari, Joella Bates of Waverly, Tenn., downed an elephant, lion, rhinoceros, cape buffalo and leopard in South Africa and Zimbabwe between Sept. 7 and Oct. 3, 2009. For the rhino,