Top 5 Tools For Hanging Treestands

Top 5 Tools For Hanging Treestands

Whether for your pre-season sets, or the stands you’ll run-n-gun with throughout the season, there are a few tools that will help you hang treestands safely and more efficiently.
A Beginner’s Take on Bowfishing

A Beginner’s Take on Bowfishing

My husband and I are both avid bowhunters who, like most archers, enjoy chasing big game animals. He has been bowhunting his entire life while I just picked it up several years ago. Looking for something to keep us busy during the off season we reently de
5 Reasons Why You Missed

5 Reasons Why You Missed

Your heart pounds so loudly in your chest that you’re certain the buck who is quickly approaching is going to hear it. As he steps into your shooting lane you reach full draw and stop him with a soft mouth grunt. Freezing almost instantly the buck goes on
Choosing The Right Binoculars For Bowhunting

Choosing The Right Binoculars For Bowhunting

Choosing The Right Binoculars For Bowhunting In the world of bowhunting, technology continues to greatly impact and improve our favorite past time. While many immediately think of new bows or electronics, optics companies continue to introduce new product
Wisconsin DNR Launches Statewide Trail-Camera Survey

Wisconsin DNR Launches Statewide Trail-Camera Survey

By Patrick DurkinHunters and other nature-watchers have been filling scrapbooks and computer folders with trail-camera photos of deer, bears and other wildlife for 20 years, and now the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is channeling that enthusia
National Deer Alliance: Voice of the Modern Deer Hunter

National Deer Alliance: Voice of the Modern Deer Hunter

With a relentless attack being waged on our hunting heritage these days, it’s always encouraging to see and hear about groups and organizations designed to make things better for hunters, as well as the wild game we pursue. That’s why I was particularly i
Hunting Bachelor Groups of Bucks

Hunting Bachelor Groups of Bucks

The warm September wind hits you square in the face. It reminds you the summer heat isn’t over just yet. But it also reminds you that velvet-clad bucks are still running in their early season bachelor groups. And it’s time to capitalize on that fact. I
Fall Food Plot Basics

Fall Food Plot Basics

If you're interested in planting a fall food plot there's still time! Here's some helpful tips to help you figure out what to plant and how to plant it.
The Realistic Practice Routine

The Realistic Practice Routine

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
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

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