Once 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.
Many 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.
The 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.
I must say, the padded seats that used to come with the Lone Wolf Sit and Climb are perhaps the most uncomfortable seat on a climbing tree stand I have sat in for years…. The thin nylon straps underneath the old seat dug into the back of my legs through the rather thin padding of the seat cushion in no […]
Having warm, dry boots while you are bowhunting allows you to be more comfortable and stay on stand longer. The Primos Boot Dryer is a great tool that doesn't cost a lot of money and is very useful for all types of hunters.
Most of you know that I have been testing all the different trail cameras out this fall. With the recent launch of trailcam.com our goal was to test all units and we have been doing just that! On 8/17/2008 I put out a Reconyx with a 2 gig card and 6 Duracell batteries. I had the […]