Bowhunting Article Results for January 2009

Treestand Safety
Treestand Safety Treestand safety is something bowhunters don’t think about much unless they have a treestand accident. Almost all serious bowhunters know someone who has had a treestand accident. I know several individuals who have fallen from treestands. One gentleman I...
By Bowhunting.com Staff | Jan 4, 2009 | comments (7) | Read the full story
Stand Placement
Stand Placement Past 30 yards, bowhunting for whitetail deer becomes much more a game of luck and guesswork. Bucks change their minds and their direction of travel on a whim. One second everything looks good, the buck is heading toward your shooting lane. Then the next s...
By Bowhunting.com Staff | Jan 4, 2009 | comments (4) | Read the full story
Rut Guide
Rut Guide The rut is the one time each season when bucks leave their safe zones – the places where they know the curve of every branch and the smell of every turd. Suddenly they are in situations where they don’t always have the upper hand. Throw in a little testos...
By Bowhunting.com Staff | Jan 4, 2009 | comments (3) | Read the full story
October Whitetails
October Whitetails You’re chomping at the bit. After months of dreaming about big bucks, and watching your favorite hunting videos repeatedly, the season is finally here. The temptation to dive right in and start hunting your best stands is like a moth’s attraction to fire....
By Bowhunting.com Staff | Jan 4, 2009 | comments (4) | Read the full story
Ground Blind Strategies
Ground Blind Strategies There are two separate situations where ground blinds can be very productive even when trees are available. The first occurs when a buck is approaching a specific part of a feeding area regularly but using a variety of trails. The second opportunity occur...
By Bowhunting.com Staff | Jan 2, 2009 | comments (6) | Read the full story
A Plan to Handle Buck Fever
A Plan to Handle Buck Fever Navigating the last ten seconds of any encounter with game is an art form that only matures with practice. It is easy to be an armchair quarterback when someone else is telling you how the buck they were hunting gave them the slip at the last second. “Why...
By Bowhunting.com Staff | Jan 3, 2009 | comments (2) | Read the full story
How To Clean a Gar
How To Clean a Gar Cleaning a gar isn't hard and it's well worth the effort. The only tricks are to have the right tools, a good attitude and a bit of patience....
By Bowhunting.com Staff | Jan 2, 2009 | comments (2) | Read the full story
3D - How to shoot better scores
3D - How to shoot better scores Most die hard bowhunters have shot an occasional 3D course, however we often hear questions about what it takes to get better than the average Joe. 3D archery can be shot for many reasons by different people, from preparing for the woods all the way to th...
By Bowhunting.com Staff | Jan 3, 2009 | comments (3) | Read the full story
Late Season Strategies
Late Season Strategies We all want the rut to last until the end of the season, to keep the excitement going as long as possible. For most deer hunters, the late season hunting is more like an experiment than a true hunt. They dream that maybe this year it will be just as good...
By Bowhunting.com Staff | Jan 3, 2009 | comment (1) | Read the full story
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