Hog Wild

Hog Wild

While I was visiting in Texas, Robert and I went out to see if we could find some wildlife and we found some wild hogs and turkeys. I stalked within 40 yds of the hogs and got this footage. View Larger Video Size: Click Here

Turkey Thoughts

Turkey Thoughts

Spring turkey is in full swing. So what better time to hear from National Wild Turkey Federation Spokeswoman and VANGUARD hunting pro Brenda Valentine about her thoughts on the state of the sport, her advice for hunters and the gear she uses to bag a bird. “Few, if any, conservation story is as remarkably successful […]

Day Two in Montana

Day Two in Montana

We were up bright and early for day two. Now that we were confident that birds were roosting close to our setup, we slipped in quietly when it was still dark. It was a very cold morning but I was pumped to be out in God’s creation hunting turkeys. We started calling right away. Gobbles […]

Day One in Montana

Day One in Montana

My buddy Shane Rickert and I met up after he got off work on Saturday night (4/10) and we were headed off to Central Montana near Rygate to give the turkeys a try for a few days. We made the 3 hr drive east and got to his uncles ranch pretty late. We put a […]

Spring Hunting Season’s Begin

Spring Hunting Season’s Begin

Spring is upon us in the west. Well, somewhat – 2 days ago we got about 5 inches of fresh snow here in the Bozeman Valley and today it was 65 degrees and the snow melted away. This is a theme in the spring time out west. It snows one minute and its nice and […]

In the Beginning…

In the Beginning…

Hot Trails Scented Candles heat the scent which rises and floats on the air currents to the buck you want to take home. For more go to: Hot Trails Scented Hunting Candles How many of you remember the first time you said to yourself, “I am a Deer Hunter.”  How far have you come since […]

Practical Bowfishing: Bowfishing Techniques – Part 2

Article by William Hovey Smith – August 2, 2009 – Safety – Bowfishing alone in a boat has an added element of risk. There is always the danger of pitching out of the boat if it hits an unseen snag or rock. If the boat is in water that is only inches deep this is […]

Practical Bowfishing: Bowfishing Techniques – Part 1

Article by William Hovey Smith – July 28, 2009 Telling people how to shoot fish with a bow is easy. It is the doing of it that is the hard part. The quickest path to success is to begin with good equipment that has been properly set up for the sport. Many tyros want to […]

Practical Bowfishing: Basic Equipment

Article by William Hovey Smith – Jun 23, 2009 Like any sport, bowfishing requires a basic set of gear that once assembled may be supplemented, augmented or replaced depending on interest and finances. A good start is to purchase a prepackaged kit that typically contains an inexpensive reel, line, bowfishing arrow, barbed fishpoint and instruction […]

Practical Bowfishing: Hovey Smith on Bowfishing

Article by William Hovey Smith – April 21, 2009 Author with his first bowhunted fish. A longnose gar from the Oconee River in Georgia taken with a Bear Kodiak Magnum and Zebco 808 Reel. – Preface – My first memory of bowfishing was a photograph of a bronze Amazon Indian standing beside a backwater pool […]

Is It a Gobbler or a Hen?

Article by National Wild Turkey Federation – December 26, 2006 – Know the Difference Between Hens and Gobblers – It’s easy to distinguish a gobbler from a hen by differences in their size, color, heads, and other characteristics. Shop National Wild Turkey Federation products on Amazon or visit our sister site, BowList.net, for more Archery, […]

Measuring Traditional Bow String – The Right Way

Measuring Traditional Bow String – The Right Way

Article by Marvin Long – Sep 20, 2006 Measuring Traditional Bows and Bowstrings There is a lot of misconception about measuring bowstrings for traditional (conventional) bows and I would like to help alleviate some of the questions about these bows and bowstrings. I have sat on the AMO (Archery Manufacturers Organization) & ATA (Archery Trade […]

What Drives a Bear Hunter?

Article by Bear Hunting Network At the dawn of mankind in North America, bear hunters held down a special place in their community. It took skill and prowess to bring back a deer, but harvesting a bear took that, plus an additional inner strength and courage. Kim Sutterfield & Robert Hoague with Kim’s 1995 Ontario […]

Bowhunting Bear: Bear Anatomy and Physiology

Article by Stu Keck BEAR (Family Ursidae) – Bear Anatomy and Physiology – Size – The size of individual bears has long caused heated discussions and continual misjudgment. A bear’s size is normally expressed in terms of weight, which is difficult to judge due to individual variations in height, thickness of fur, and physical stature, […]

Bowhunting Bear: Bear (Family Ursidae) Basics

Article by Stu Keck Bear (Family Ursidae) Basics So, You have decided to bowhunt Bears? You must appreciate a challenge, for that is exactly what you have set yourself up for. Today’s political climate has restricted the bowhunter’s options in many States and Provinces. The effective technique of baitingh as either been banned or is […]

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