Archery: Bows, Crossbows And Accessories
The two outdoor brands created the first aluminum elk call. When top-tier outdoors brand MeatEater, Inc., teamed up with Phelps Game Calls, it hoped to ultimately leave a mark on the hunting industry. That goal came to fruition last week when the partnership produced and debuted the first-ever aluminum elk call. The METAL Bugle Tube […]
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Jalapeño poppers may be the most universal way to prepare wild game meat. If you ever want to introduce someone to wild game, give them a jalapeño popper made with dove or venison. Just about everyone loves the taste of poppers, and something about that spicy kick really sets off those game meat flavors. One […]
This is when you should and shouldn’t utilize decoys to attract deer. Using decoys is a popular way of hunting for many species like waterfowl and predators. But it’s far less popular for whitetail deer. Deer hunting enthusiasts and enthusiasts of other big game just don’t take advantage of decoying like they should. If you […]
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Here’s your chance to immortalize your 2021 hunting season with expert help. Enter the Project Hunt contest, and your hunt could be filmed and shared by Leupold. How cool would it be to have a professional videographer follow you throughout your hunting season? You’ve probably dreamt of the possibility, but have always had to come […]
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How many shots does it take to intentionally get a “Robinhood?” All bowhunters have heard of a “Robinhood.” For those not in the know, that is when one of your shots lodges in the back end of an arrow already embedded in the target. Many archers have had this happen to them while practicing on […]
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Can-Am’s “Livin’ the Land” video series brings hunting to the forefront of American heritage. When the folks at Can-Am Off-Road decided to add three new episodes to its “Livin’ the Land” video series, they seemingly wanted to cover as much ground as possible. The first two episodes, which debuted back in January, featured a ranching […]
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Growing up in the Shockey family meant an interesting upbringing, but it led to a true love for the outdoors. Welcome to the first episode of a very special collaboration between Eva Shockey and Wide Open Spaces! For those of you who don’t know, Eva Shockey is a wife, mother, author, and hype-woman for all […]
Here are three things we miss about hunting magazines. “Print is dead.” Harold Ramis said this rather bluntly to fellow actor Annie Potts in the 1984 movie “Ghostbusters.” It was meant as a laugh, but it seems instead like it was simply a prediction 35 years ahead of its time. Because, if we’re being honest, […]
The world’s smallest compound bow looks like a lot of fun. In the worlds of both archery and firearms, there seems to be a constant movement towards making both bows and guns smaller. Whether that be for practical purposes or simply for the novelty of it, there are some interesting new products showing up on […]
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