Archery: Bows, Crossbows And Accessories
Here is a baker’s dozen unusual hunting items, and you didn’t even know you needed them. If you thought that you only needed ammo, camo, and a hunting knife to hunt for whitetail deer, you were sadly mistaken. Here is the newest list of the unusual hunting gear that you never knew you needed, all
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The all-new Mathews VXR 28 and VXR 31.5 hunting bows are poised to make serious waves in the archery market. Mathews didn’t become a household name in the bowhunting industry by being complacent. They’ve built their reputation on staying in front of the pack with new, innovative technology to maximize their always-improving products. So, if
The new Morpheus broadhead is designed for quicker, more ethical harvests. Since the beginnings of hunting, people have been trying to create the better bowhunting broadhead. Michigan resident David Belanger believes he’s done it with the announcement of his new Morpheus mechanical broadhead. He says these new broadheads fly like a field point but open better
Fall turkey hunting is an underrated pursuit. Most turkey hunters focus almost exclusively on spring gobblers. We get it. Fall hunting feels more like a time for bucks and not longbeards, but hunters who focus exclusively on the spring season are missing some awesome action for fall birds. There are some things you can do during
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These ladies are setting a new standard for filling the freezer. While hunting participation numbers are down, perhaps the greatest saving grace is rise of female hunters. Not only are more and more women getting involved in our nation’s oldest tradition, but they’re doing it with style, too. Many women have created their own outdoor
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It’s safe to say this would haunt any bowhunter for life. Bowhunting arguably offers a greater reward than anything when it yields positive results, but it unquestionably comes attached to some formidable strings. It’s hard enough to harvest a deer to begin with; trying to do it with an arrow demands near-perfect circumstances. Even with
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Here are five things to consider when you’re ready to cut shooting lanes around your treestand. There are many things to consider when whitetail deer hunting, but maybe one of the least deliberated among them is trimming shooting lanes around your stand. Even ground hunters can have the need to cut shooting lanes, whether on
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Officials say the elk population looks large enough to allow for the first elk hunt in over a century. Earlier today, the Springfield News-Leader reported that the Missouri Department of Conservation shared an outline for its plan to reintroduce elk hunting in the Show Me State. According to the report, MDC elk specialist Aaron Hildreth
A New York archery buck known to its hunters as “The Goat” goes down to a great wrap-around treestand shot. When it comes to hunting big deer it serves the hunter well to know his quarry. Between trail cam pictures and pure scouting in the woods, cutting lanes and placing stands, time spent in deer
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This deer wasn’t interested in anything except stomping its competition. The rut offers some incredible theatrics, as whitetail bucks will summon all of their might just to outmuscle other bachelors. These competitors often die, whether it comes from a sharp antler in an unfortunate place or simply a fit of exhaustion. Nonetheless, when hunters see
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