When you go into the woods with a bow, are you simply scouting for gun season? Are you taking the only weapon with you that’s legal during that time to bag a deer, and hoping to get lucky?
Our first article from Archery Topic shows you what you should make sure you pack when camping for a great bowhunting adventure.
Poachers are not only bad people but sometimes their stupidity defies imagination. In this article from wideopenspaces.com you can see just how stupid some people can be.
There are times when being in a tree is not the best strategy. Bernie Baringer takes a look at four situations where just sitting all day in one spot, no matter how good that spot looks, might not be the best strategy.
The story of a 300-inch Buck named Christmas Tree! Never before seen video of the #2 ALL-TIME World Record Archery Buck taken by Dan Coffman in the state of Ohio. This is a 100% Wild, 100% Fair-Chase world record whitetail buck.
“One of the advantages of having a dog that can find multiple types of game and make multiple kinds of retrieves is that the dog can call on its experience from each task it’s learned to help the dog perform better in each area in which it’s been trained,”
Safari Club International (SCI) and SCI Foundation have joined with the SCI Houston Chapter, the Texas Brush Country Chapter and other relief organizations to offer support in dealing with the continuing storm-related situation in East Texas and Louisiana.
Tim Wells from Relentless Pursuit TV has been to Africa bowhunting almost a dozen times. Over the years, he has learned a few things about bowhunting African game. Tracy Breen gleaned some valuable information just for you if you are thinking about going.
Chomping at the bit is probably the best words to describe Brian Kightlinger these days. He is all ramped up, packed up and ready to go after whitetail bucks in velvet in KY. Patience is wearing thin.
In Part II Danny Rainbolt shows you how he shoots in his bow for accuracy and does the final adjustments to sights.
It’s almost here. That time we wait for every year. But, don’t waste time waiting, get your bow out and get it set up if you haven’t already done that. Here is how Danny Rainbolt sets his bow up.
To stir up some activity, I decided to rattle. I played a crashing symphony with those rattling antlers for about 20 seconds. Then I laid my horns across a limb and stood at the ready for 2 minutes. I heard Chris say, “Dad, get your bow ready. Here comes a giant buck.”
“The Be Bear Aware Campaign believes it is crucial that the message of bear avoidance and bear spray gets out to as many hunters and youth groups as possible,” said Chuck Bartlebaugh, Founder and Director of the “Be Bear Aware Campaign.”
Once again the squeaky wheel gets the grease and science and conservation gets rolled over by political correctness and weak kneed politicians. Common sense is becoming a thing of the past.
Here is some great advice from one of the best bowhunters in the country. If you hunt whitetail deer this is one article you will not want to miss reading,.
You have your pick of top quality, great flying lethal broadheads, fixed blade and mechanical but which model/brand is right for you? The model depends on how you shoot, what you shoot, what you hunt and so much more. This article may help you decide.
More incredible, once in a lifetime hunts from Matt Guedes and Journey Hunts. If you have been waiting for the right hunt at the right price, this is your time to make the move.
The blind was set, gear ready and dark gave way to the light when Reed noticed some turkey coming in. Doug was ready, gave some last minute suggestions and the sights settled on two of the birds. It was over in seconds.
“The bear, still not suspecting I was there, turned broadside to me. I loosed my arrow and saw it bury to the feathers … He let go a horrible growling roar and spun around and around, biting at the end of the arrow.”
John Stallone hunted 4 years for a New York buck he called Swamp Donkey. The footage is a little raw but you can see this giant NY archery buck get the sharp end of the stick.
Fall is right around the corner and for Brian Kightlinger that means a Ky bowhunt for whitetail in velvet. He knows where he’s going and the countdown has begun.
The Pope and Young Club announced the winners of the 2017 Pope and Young Club Conservation Hunt-Drawing. Funds raised go to the P&Y Club’s Conservation, Education and Outreach programs.
Here’s the hunt that resulted in Bone Collector winning the Golden Moose Award for Best Deer Hunting at the 2017 Outdoor Sportsman Awards hosted by the Outdoor Channel!
There is no more precious gift you can give a child greater than the insight and advice that comes from the heart with unconditional love. This letter from Ted to his grandson Felix is one we should all share with our children.
Terry Drury of Drury Outdoors gives some productive advice when hunting an area surrounded by other hunters driving, moving, and putting pressure on the deer. Don’t give up, just do what Terry says and you’ll be successful.
Here is the magic of Winter Rye. Yes, you may harvest a deer during the fall as they graze on your rye but deer really need quality forage in late winter when the does are growing fawns and bucks are trying to regain their strength from the rut.
Bowhunting biologist Wade Nolan presents some interesting information from new research conducted on the behavior and range for the coyote. This ongoing research will help us learn much more about the interaction and predation of coyotes on our whitetail population.
The slug entered the skull a couple inches behind the eye, passed through some hollow space in the skull, and exited the skull between the bear’s eyes. It never penetrated the brain cavity. Amazingly it didn’t kill the bear.
“It is a very rare event when I actually win anything, so you can imagine my surprise at the P&Y awards banquet when I heard my name called out,” said Dirk Dieterich. “My friends said, “You won a bow” and “No, you won THE bow.”
There is ‘beading’, the art of putting beads into an art form and there is ‘beading’, the kind that lets you know what is beading water is not ‘leaking’. Not beading water can be bad. In some climates it can kill you. Wade Nolan knows this and can help you stay dry, stay alive.