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New Muzzy SG-X Small Game Head

by Bowhunting.com Staff 18. December 2008 08:30
Bowhunting.com StaffIf you're the kind of bowhunter who enjoys chasing small game with your stick and string, the new SG-X 125 grain small game head from Muzzy is for you. [More]
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Review: 2008 Mathews DXT Bow

by Bowhunting.com Staff 9. December 2008 15:34
Bowhunting.com StaffMathews has long been considered a leader in the archery world and with the 2008 DXT they prove yet again why they hold the top spot. [More]
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Diamond Introduces Center Pivot Technology For 2009

by Bowhunting.com Staff 5. December 2008 02:46
Bowhunting.com StaffFeaturing second generation Center Pivot Technology, the new Diamond IceMan has more strength, virtually no horizontal torque or vibration and, with the deflexed design, consistent accuracy shot after shot. [More]
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Cuddeback Capture IR Now Available!

by Bowhunting.com Staff 4. December 2008 04:46
Bowhunting.com StaffAfter a much-anticipated wait the new Cuddeback Capture IR digital trail camera is now in stock and shipping here at Bowhunting.com. [More]
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Muzzy Introduces the new X-Celerator Arrow Rest

by Bowhunting.com Staff 3. December 2008 16:20
Bowhunting.com StaffThe new Muzzy X-Celerator arrow rest is everything you could ask for from an arrow rest plus some things you never dreamed were possible. Best of all, one model fits all bows, both left- and right-handed, and installation takes less than five minutes! [More]
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Mossy Oak's Toxey Haas Receives Honors

by Bowhunting.com Staff 3. December 2008 16:14
Bowhunting.com StaffToxey Haas has been named one of Outdoor Life's top 25 influential conservationists and leaders in the outdoor industry by the editors of the magazine. [More]
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Muzzy Introduces the Phanton-MX Broadhead

by Bowhunting.com Staff 3. December 2008 09:39
Bowhunting.com StaffThe new Phantom-MX broadhead from Muzzy takes the exceptional performance of the Phantom broadhead one step further with its revolutionary, compact, aerodynamic design with a .040-inch main-blade thickness for unbeatable strength and superior flight even at maximum speeds. [More]
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BowTech Introduces 2nd Generation Center Pivot Technology on Three Models

by Bowhunting.com Staff 1. December 2008 03:12
Bowhunting.com StaffIn the archery business you can't think just about raising the bar, you must reshape it entirely. BowTech's latest Center Pivot Riser Technology, featured on three new bows, the Admiral, Captain and Sentinel, in addition to a cache of other features, elevates these bows above the rest of the troops. [More]
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Possible World Record Non-Typical?

by Bowhunting.com Staff 20. November 2008 07:34
Bowhunting.com StaffCould this giant buck from Missouri be a new World Record non-typical? [More]
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Adam Hays Shoots the "Moose" Buck!

by Bowhunting.com Staff 19. November 2008 11:34
Bowhunting.com StaffAdam Hays was successful at harvesting yet another monster Ohio whitetail with his bow. Read the full story here. [More]
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NAP Releases New Broadheads - Braxe, BloodRunner, and Spitfire Maxx

by Bowhunting.com Staff 18. November 2008 02:18
Bowhunting.com StaffNew Archery Products has released details on three new broadheads for 2009, the BloodRunner, Braxe, and 1 3/4" Spitfire Maxx. Check them out right here at Bowhunting.com [More]
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Pearson Archery Releases the New TX-4 Bow

by Bowhunting.com Staff 17. November 2008 05:38
Bowhunting.com StaffWith a few modifications to the popular Z-bows, Pearson has turned one of the sweetest-shooting bows ever made, the TX-4, into a mild-mannered, lightweight package that delivers jaw-dropping speed and silky smooth performance right out of the box. [More]
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Terry Drury Harvests a 170 inch Giant whitetail buck.

by Bowhunting.com Staff 26. September 2008 16:12
Bowhunting.com Staff75 degrees with a NE wind was all Terry and cameraman could ask for in late September. Terry was hunting a stand very close to bed, yet close enough to catch a nice buck on his way to a lush maximum field. A low-pressure system moved out and a high came rolling in as soon as Terry climbed up the tree. [More]
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Mark Drury Bowhunting success in Wyoming

by Bowhunting.com Staff 26. September 2008 15:51
Bowhunting.com StaffMark always has high anticipation of the first hunt of the year. Each year Mark tries to take advantage of early September and take a trip out West to try and harvest a buck while he is still in velvet. It's a race with time because historically most of the deer are shed by the end of the first week of September. So when Rick and Julie Kreuter invited Mark to Wyoming he couldn't pass up the chance to hunt with good friends and possibly harvest a velvet buck with his bow. [More]
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Predator Evolution Digital Trail Camera

by Bowhunting.com Staff 26. September 2008 15:32
Bowhunting.com StaffWith the advent of digital cameras and their increase in popularity it wasn’t long before the first digital trail cameras hit the market. Over the past several few years we’ve seen and used a lot of trail cameras that weren’t worth the packaging they were shipped in. [More]
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Understanding Compound Bows

by Bowhunting.com Staff 25. September 2008 09:09
Bowhunting.com StaffToday's compound bows are becoming increasingly technical. Understanding the fundamentals of how they work will allow you to become a more accurate and efficient archer. [More]
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The Basics for Turkey Hunting with a Bow

by Bowhunting.com Staff 25. September 2008 09:08
Bowhunting.com StaffWhether you have taken turkeys with a gun or it’s your first time in the turkey woods, there is a challenge out there waiting for you. Here's some helpful tips on making some stick and string music on your next long beard. [More]
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Sight Selection

by Bowhunting.com Staff 25. September 2008 09:07
Bowhunting.com StaffSpooled fiber pins of all makes and styles are more visible than any other non-electronic sight option. As result, bowhunters are flocking to them in droves. Here’s how this sight style came into existence. [More]
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Choosing the Right Release Aid

by Bowhunting.com Staff 25. September 2008 09:06
Bowhunting.com StaffWith more and more bowhunters going to string loops, there are new releases designed specifically for this shooting style. However, there are also a varieyt of caliper-style and thumb trigger releases to choose from as well. [More]
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Choosing a Broadhead: Mechanical vs. Fixed

by Bowhunting.com Staff 25. September 2008 09:05
Bowhunting.com StaffEvery bowhunter has had a range of experiences with broadheads – the good, the bad and the ugly. They may blame a lost animal on their heads when the real cause is something completely different. [More]
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Bowhunting Food Plots

by Bowhunting.com Staff 25. September 2008 09:04
Bowhunting.com StaffIf you turn on the T.V. any given Saturday morning and find a hunting show where they are hunting deer chances are you will see some guy hunting over a lush green food plot that is the size of a football field or even larger. [More]
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Bowhunting Basics

by Bowhunting.com Staff 25. September 2008 09:03
Bowhunting.com StaffIf you are scratching your head trying to make sense of all the technical stuff we write about and the myriad of options available to you when setting up a bow, this article is for you. [More]
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Bow Selection

by Bowhunting.com Staff 25. September 2008 09:02
Bowhunting.com StaffSelecting the right bow for your body type and bowhunting conditions can dramatically affect the way you shoot. This article will help you pick the right bow for your budget, hunting sytle, and size. [More]
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Arrow Rest Selection

by Bowhunting.com Staff 25. September 2008 08:44
Bowhunting.com StaffThere are a variety of arrow rests on the market today which can make selecting the right one for you a confusing task. Here we compare diffent styles of arrow rests and help you choose between the many options. [More]
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Finding The Perfect Arrow

by Bowhunting.com Staff 25. September 2008 08:42
Bowhunting.com StaffSelecting the right arrow shaft for your hunting setup can make an immediate impact on the way you, and your bow, shoot. This article will help you understand how to decide what arrow shaft works best for you. [More]
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Field Point Accuracy with Broadheads

by Bowhunting.com Staff 25. September 2008 08:39
Bowhunting.com StaffFor many years bowhunters have struggled with getting their broadheads to fly true. These helpful steps will have your broadheads grouping with your field points in no time. [More]
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Scouting Tips: Plan Now for Post-Season Scouting

by Bowhunting.com Staff 25. September 2008 08:37
Bowhunting.com StaffOnce the bowhunting season ends many hunters hang up their gear and don't think about scouting until the following fall. However, post-season scouting can provide invaluable information for the bowhunter who is willing to put in th extra time and effort. [More]
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Bow Tuning Basics

by Bowhunting.com Staff 25. September 2008 08:35
Bowhunting.com StaffMany bowhunters shy away from trying to tune their own equipment because they believe it to be too complicated for them. In reality, tuning your own bow is something everyone bowhunter can learn to do. [More]
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Shot Selection While Bowhunting

by Bowhunting.com Staff 25. September 2008 08:31
Bowhunting.com StaffThe three most important decisions you'll make while bowhunting are if you should shoot, when you should shoot, and where you should aim. Planning ahead for these questions will unquestionably help you when the time of truth arrives. [More]
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Noise and Vibration Reduction

by Bowhunting.com Staff 25. September 2008 08:26
Bowhunting.com StaffIf you've ever spooked an animal because of a noisey bow either before or during the shot, these sure-fire tips and products will help quiet your rig and help you become a more successful bowhunter. [More]
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