Published on Monday, July 28, 2014by Brodie Swisher
I jumped off the lawnmower as I wrapped up mowing the back field behind our house right at last light. I had hoped to spend the last 30 minutes of daylight flinging arrows at targets but the chores took longer than expected. Darkness was
Published on Friday, July 25, 2014by Josh Honeycutt
Hands tremble. Legs shake. Knees knock. And it ain’t because you're twenty feet up a tree. It’s because you’re coming to full draw on the biggest buck of your life and the last thing you want now is your arrow to miss its mark due to a bad “tune job".
Published on Wednesday, July 23, 2014by Josh Sturgill
Organization Spotlight: U.S. Sportsmen's Alliance By: Josh SturgillIn my younger years I always looked at organizations that said they were protecting our rights with a hefty dose of skepticism. The first thought that always went through my mind was that
Published on Monday, July 21, 2014by Patrick Durkin
What Is Killing Newborn Fawns In Farm Country? By Patrick DurkinTwo surprises emerged during Wisconsin’s research into deer predation and fawn survival the past three springs: Wolves were not linked to any fawn deaths in the Northern Forest study area nea