Quartering Shots

Quartering Shots

The idea of shooting a deer with a bow where the entry point is not in the kill zone confuses many bowhunters. The thing about the quartering shot is that it is not where the arrow makes contact with the deer that matters but its path through the deer’s vital organs.

Deer Vision Breakthrough

Deer Vision Breakthrough

More than 25-years ago, some revealing deer vision research was conducted. On the team was some of the nation’s top whitetail scientists plus an animal vision researcher. They used medical vision research equipment to determine how a deer’s eyes saw the world. The results were shocking.

Oak Scouting for Whitetail

Oak Scouting  for Whitetail

Wade Nolan has used oak knowledge to ambush more than one whitetail. Acorns are the bread and butter of whitetails. Understand oaks and you can focus in on whitetails. Learning to ID the trees is the easy part. Being able to decode which tree to set up next to is the magic.

Don’t Fall From Your Treestand

Don’t Fall From Your Treestand

A danger of hunting from a treestand are accidentally falling; when climbing up, when you’re waiting on the stand, and when you’re climbing down. More bowhunters are injured by falls than anything else. Be certain you stay safe when hunting from treestands, watch the video below. Our thanks go out to the National Bowhunter Education […]

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