Tuning for Accurate Fixed-Blade Broadheads

Tuning for Accurate Fixed-Blade Broadheads

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".
Organization Spotlight: U.S. Sportsmen's Alliance

Organization Spotlight: U.S. Sportsmen's Alliance

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
What Is Killing Newborn Fawns In Farm Country?

What Is Killing Newborn Fawns In Farm Country?

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
Trapping Whitetails in Minnesota

Trapping Whitetails in Minnesota

Trapping Whitetails in Minnesota By: Mike FitzgeraldI never thought the sound of hatchets striking two trees in the woods some 90 yards off would bring such excitement. I turned to the scientist behind me and pumped my fist as if I had just scored a goal
10 Steps To Better Shooting

10 Steps To Better Shooting

10 Steps To Better Shooting By: Josh HoneycuttI like to be good. You like to be good. Everybody likes to be good. But just like learning how to ride a bike – it takes understanding a few simple components to get the results you want. I could go on for day
E-Registration for Deer Has Some Advantages

E-Registration for Deer Has Some Advantages

By Patrick DurkinWhen Wisconsin’s 3½-month archery deer season opens Sept. 13, it will mark the final year that hunters statewide must show up in person to register deer they kill. To preview what Wisconsin’s new deer-registration process might look in 20
The Miseducation of the Kendall Jones Story

The Miseducation of the Kendall Jones Story

Kendall Jones may not be hunting’s greatest posterchild, but she is certainly not the blood thirsty savage that many have made her out to be. She’s just a daughter, hunting with her dad. All of her African animals were taken according to the law.
Hot Summer Food Sources For Whitetail

Hot Summer Food Sources For Whitetail

Deer revolve around food. It’s the single most influential factor in whitetail movement. But in this unchanging declaration something does change – the foods they prefer. Food sources change throughout the year. It is imperative to know what food sources
Top 5 Reasons You Can’t Kill an Antelope

Top 5 Reasons You Can’t Kill an Antelope

Top 5 Reasons You Can’t Kill an Antelope By Brodie SwisherThe hot summer months continue to fly by bringing us closer to the arrival of another bowhunting season. Serious bowhunters know that the month of August ushers in the first opportunity at big game
Fixed-Blade Vs. Mechanical-Blade Broadheads

Fixed-Blade Vs. Mechanical-Blade Broadheads

by Patrick MeitinThirty years of collecting vintage broadheads has demonstrated to me archers will try just about anything in the search for “ideal” terminal tackle. Everybody has their own idea as to what constitutes a lethal ideal, each design normally
GPS Mapping Leads To Better Hunting

GPS Mapping Leads To Better Hunting

By Mark HeulsingThere has been no shortage of advances in hunting equipment, technology, and tactics in recent years. Bowhunters now have faster and more forgiving bows, straighter, stronger arrows, cameras that allow us to monitor animal activity in the
Dale Mohler Buck

Dale Mohler Buck

Dale Mohler Buck By Josh SturgillDate: November 20 , Weather: Mild in the Mid 40's, Time: 4:00 PM, Score: 156 4/8 Gross and Location: OhioQ: Tell me a little about the hunt?A: I first got a trail camera video of this Buck in the middle of August while he
Let Mother Nature Manage Chronic Wasting Disease?

Let Mother Nature Manage Chronic Wasting Disease?

For 12 years Wisconsin has watched and listened as a group of deer hunting faith-healers in its southwestern corner criticized and blocked scientific efforts to manage chronic wasting disease.Meanwhile, they’ve offered no alternatives, even as CWD increas
The Bigger the Challenge-The Bigger the Reward

The Bigger the Challenge-The Bigger the Reward

As hunters, especially bowhunters, we all know how difficult but rewarding hunting can be. The hunter must find a perfect balance between stand/blind placement, scent control, proper gear use, time restrictions, and other challenging factors. Some people
10 Summer Scouting Mistakes You Shouldn’t Make

10 Summer Scouting Mistakes You Shouldn’t Make

The thrill of bowhunting comes from deep within oneself. It’s not about the kill. It’s not about the harvest. It’s not about killing a trophy. The thrill comes from the journey. And to those who truly understand the way of the bowhunter – the ones that ch
Badlands Summit Backpack Review

Badlands Summit Backpack Review

Badlands Summit Backpack Review By Steve FloresI can still remember my first experience with a Badlands backpack. It was several years ago and I was in Texas on a whitetail hunt testing a new bow sight that had yet to hit the market. All of the writers in
Summer is for becoming A Better Bowhunter

Summer is for becoming A Better Bowhunter

Summer is for becoming A Better BowhunterThe summer months can be a great time to make yourself a better bowhunter. I have realized over the years that to be successful in the fall I needed to prepare in the summer. The passion of a bowhunter never rests

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