Archery: Bows, Crossbows And Accessories
Shooting a bow takes skill and practice, but many hunters seem to put off practicing their shot until just before the season. Training should be at the forefront of your mind throughout the off-season if you want to be confident in your technique and ability. Every hunter might have a different idea of what bow […]
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There are pieces of gear you absolutely must have to be at the top of your game when it comes to bowhunting. One of those things is a quality bow target, especially at home when you can’t get to the archery range frequently. A reliable target to sling arrows at and hone your craft is […]
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Back in 2018, I tagged along on an archery hunt for the first time. I had moved to Colorado two months prior, and my boyfriend at the time asked me if I wanted to join him on an archery elk hunt. He grew up bowhunting whitetails in Minnesota, and while he had hunted elk in […]
Becoming an Outdoors-Woman, commonly known as BOW, is a national education program that strives to make women more comfortable and aware of the outdoor world. You can trace the history of Becoming an Outdoors-Woman to Dr. Christine Thomas. She spent her career at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point College of Natural Resources. In 1991, Dr. […]
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You have finally received permission from your significant other to transform your backyard into the archery range of your dreams. Truth be told, there is a lot to think about before you start shooting at a homemade target, and we are here to help. When it comes to building an archery range in your backyard, […]
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When it comes to hunting, everyone has their favorite game animals that they like to chase. Many answers come to mind when you ask people what they love hunting for, or what their dream hunt might be. Many people put in for lottery draws to get tags or licenses, allowing them to hunt big game […]
Georgia deer hunting is hard, and it’s getting harder. The Georgia Department of Natural Resources (DNR) regulates hunting practices throughout the state. Georgia’s DNR regulates license issuance, hunting limits, and applicable hunting restrictions. The Wildlife Resources Division is responsible for offering various services, including directly issuing hunting licenses, boat registrations, and hunter education courses. Georgia’s hunting […]
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It seems that in the world of archery deer hunters, we are always looking for new ways to improve on our hunting techniques. Sometimes, this can swing back and forth throughout the seasons. For example, I remember just three or four years ago that mechanical broadheads were seemingly the greatest innovation to ever be introduced […]
I know how easy it can be to pick up a bow in September for the first time of the year, take a few shots, and declare yourself prepared to hunt the next weekend. I have done it, and it can work, but if you want to be serious about bowhunting, that is not going […]
There are some true freak non-typical whitetail deer that have either been harvested by hunters or found dead over the years. If you’re an avid hunter you likely know the names of the famous non-typical bucks that grace the pages of Pope and Young Club and Boone and Crockett club’s record books. Deer like the […]
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