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The all-new CamTrakker MK-8

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Well first off I got my first two images of bucks with no velvet which is always exciting. I could scream for joy, the opener is right around the corner! My new property has yet to show any signs of big bucks, but I know they are around as I have seen them driving around the […]
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Pre-Season Check-up: Food Sources

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The clock has been ticking time away, summer is now all but gone. I look at the calender to find myself three Saturdays shy of opening day.  This time of year is always hectic. Finishing up chores at home, checking game cameras, getting our gear tuned up and loose ends taken care of for autumns duties. Today […]
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Longing to run into an old friend.

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If there ever was a buck that I would love to get an opportunity to have 20 feet below me and 20 yards out…..  This is him.     A velvet photo showing a broken tine hanging down still attached by velvet.   In hard antler. My first sighting of the double beam buck was summer […]
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Lone Wolf Upgrades....

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Many of you are probably a lot like me and have purchased several Lone Wolf treestands over the years. Most good companies are always trying to make their products better and Lone wolf is one of those companies that that has done just that. I recently ordered some new seats for all of my old stands, and […]
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Extra gear laying around?

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As I sift through my gear preparing my equipment for this autumns archery season, I notice some items I no longer use…. Some great gear that I got good use out of but for some reason or another I replaced it along the way with something else, or just retired it from service. We all have gear that has to much life left in it to just leave […]
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Trail Cameras & Horseflies

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I have finally admitted to having a problem when it comes to trail cameras – I am addicted! I just really enjoy using and trying all of the camera models. I can still remember the film days, collecting all the film out of my Camtrakkers and rushing to Wal-Mart to get the photos developed in […]
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Building Your Own Arrows

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STEP-BY-STEP ARROW BUILDING Building your own arrows allows you to save about 5 to 10 dollars per dozen, but there’s an even better reason for building your own.  You can experiment with all the components, with the various fletching styles and shaft sizes until you find the perfect arrow for your bowhunting requirements. Making your […]
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Is it Bowhunting Season Yet?

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Every year when the middle of January comes and the bowhunting season here in Illinois draws to a close there's a little feeling of sadness that comes over me.  I know that I'll have to wait what at the time seems like a very long 9 months before I can climb back in a tree […]