The Lexie Bailey Deer

The Lexie Bailey Deer

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
Bikes & Bows Part 2: How Do You Roll?

Bikes & Bows Part 2: How Do You Roll?

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".
Protecting Your Bow While in the Field

Protecting Your Bow While in the Field

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
Alpine Products Cambow Sling and Cam Guard Review

Alpine Products Cambow Sling and Cam Guard Review

When it comes to carrying your bow you have three options. Carry it in your hand, strap it to your back pack, or use a bow sling. Over the years I have employed all of the above tactics. And while I prefer the hands free circumstance that my back pack all
Spring is a Good Time to Build Bowhunting Water Holes

Spring a good time to build bowhunting waterholes

Darkness was still 30 minutes away in late October when the third deer of the evening walked into the opening beneath my tree stand, looked around and started lapping water from the muddy puddle 20 yards away. I had no interest in arrowing the adult doe o
KTech Designs Stabilizers

KTech Designs Stabilizer Review

KTech Designs StabilizersBy Steve FloresWhen I was a green bowhunter I thought that the primary purpose of that “tube-like” mechanism protruding from the front of my bow (stabilizer) was to add a little weight. And while that thought may have held some tr
Looking Back Leads to Looking Forward

Looking Back Leads to Looking Forward

Looking Back Leads to Looking Forward – by Teri LancasterThere are some days when you actually have a moment to sit, take a breath, drink a cup of coffee and look back over the past year and think about what exciting hunts this New Year has to offer.  I l
ScentBlocker

A Look Inside ScentBlocker

Sitting in my favorite mountain stand is definitely challenging when it comes to controlling my scent. Unfortunately for me the wind never blows the same way for very long. With up drafts, down drafts, swirling winds and wind currents that are changed by
Heartland Lodge

Heartland Lodge; Illinois Deer Hunting Outfitter

God has blessed me over the years and given me the opportunity to hunt monster whitetails all over the Southeastern United States. I have been fortunate enough to immerse myself in the hunt for these animals to the point that it was all I thought about. I
New Stealth Cam G30 Trail Camera Review

New Stealth Cam G30 Trail Camera Review

Stealth Cam has unquestionably been a household name in the world of trail cameras for almost 15 years. With the release of their new G Series trail cameras they are set to redefine the market that they once pioneered.
HHA Optimizer Lite Ultra Bow Sight Review

HHA Optimizer Lite Ultra Bow Sight Review

I love single-pin adjustable sights. In my opinion, why complicate an already chaotic situation by adding 3-4 brightly colored aiming points of varying color and or shape. In my humble opinion, simplicity during the moment of truth only leads to more fill
The Dreaded Off Season

The Dreaded Off Season

The Dreaded Off Season by Patrick MeitinFebruary and March, depending largely on where you live I guess, can really be a drag. First of all, there’s really nothing much going on in the world of big-game hunting, unless of course you have buckets of dispos
Camo that goes hunting always stays in style

Camo that Goes Hunting Always Stays in Style

Fashion writers keep telling us that camouflage is “trending” and “going mainstream.” Then they try proving their claims by name-dropping celebrities who “rock camo” in their daily wardrobe. I usually sidestep these claims, painfully aware that my wife an
Chris Hall Buck

Chris Hall Buck

Date: October 21, 2013, Time: Time: 6:00 p.m., Weather: 50 degrees and mostly cloudyQ: Tell me a little about what happened when you harvested this buck? A: I had gotten some trail camera pictures of a specific buck on my Father-in-Law’s farm in the summe
The Elk Learning Curve

The Elk Learning Curve

Back in 2001, it took me about 20 minutes to harvest my first bull elk with my Dad’s Remington .308. My dad cow called the bull in during a late October rifle hunt, we knew where the bull lived and beat out a half a dozen other hunters to his core area du
The Story of Mr. Famous

The Story of Mr. Famous

Author: Matt Spencer For: Bowhunting.com The Story of Mr. FamousThe story of Mr. Famous does not originate in the fertile farm country of Iowa, the lush soybean fields of Ohio, or even the dark woods of Canada. The giant non-typical framed 15 point called
Dining, Shopping, and Home Invasion – Wild Deer Break-Ins

Dining, Shopping, and Home Invasion – Wild Deer Break-Ins

There’s been a string of odd deer stories in the news lately. It seems that the cold weather has deer on their feet and moving about, and since hunting seasons have wound down across most of the country, the deer have gotten bold.Imagine you’re a deer and
ATA NEWBIE

ATA NEWBIE

ATA NEWBIE - by Teri Lancaster What is it exactly that the near mention of the ATA Show results in glazed eyes, awkward body movements, thumbs up, whoop-whoop noises and even goofy smiles of people who have never attended the show before? All I know is th

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