The future of our sport rests with the next generation but the mentoring of that generation starts with us. M.R. James has spent a lifetime helping that next generation get into bowhunting. He shows you how.
Bowhunting is an adventure unto itself and there is a lot of game to hunt. For Brian Kightlinger, the challenge of Exotics has put a whole new slant to the term ‘bowhunting’ and his quest for the Super Exotic Slam.
Alaska State Troopers found a man’s body at the head waters of the lake, which is actually part of the Kenai River. He hadn’t prepared for Alaska’s most dangerous factor. That factor is not 1,000 pound Brown Bears… it’s water.
Traditional bowhunter Bruce Ryan takes a hard look at two of the traditional carbon arrows from Black Eagle Arrows. What he concluded may surprise you.
I didn’t turn Larry down as Fallow Deer are one of my favorite exotics to hunt! Larry told me he had a spotted, white fallow that I could try and spot and stalk.
Jesse James Jerky Recipe, the recipe for outlaw jerky, from our wild game chef, SusieQ,
15 minutes later I heard more hogs approaching from the thick cover in front of me. In that groups were 5 nice boars that I considered shooters.
Clay Newcomb travels to West Virginia to hunt with Curtis and Jamie Walker and their famous West Virginia Plotts! Hunting the Appalachian Mountains with hound for bears is an extremely traditional hunt.
The buck, fatally wounded, charged down the mountain and headed for the cattail swamp. We estimated that the buck went down within 60 seconds. The challenge was that over half of that time he was bounding through a swamp and beaver dam.
The Pope and Young Club is proud to announce that their bi-annual Bowhunters Rendezvous will be held June 8th – 10th of 2018, at the MacKenzie Center in Poynette, Wisconsin. The event is open to all archers and will be an incredible, action-packed, archery event.
Whether shooting a firearm or a crossbow, Wade Nolan knows the accuracy of every shot begins with the trigger. How does he know this? He asked an expert.
For Doug Bermel, a disabled person, challenges are faced every time he enters the woods. On this day, muddy, with freezing temps, his hunting blind presented a whole new dangerous situation.
In Part I Brian hit a tree, missed the buck. In Part II, well, let’s just say hunting is not always hitting your target. One the second shot it was a yardage issue but on the third shot, well, I guess you’ll just have to read the article to see.
The game cameras told the story. The new Black Eagle Rampage Arrows were ready to take flight, the Grim Reaper Broadheads were ready to feast. Now all Brian had to do was make the shot.
Like you, I struggle to steal a few hours a week in the fall to sit in my favorite treestand. This lack of leisure time is a common symptom of today’s lifestyle…even for avid bowhunters.
These Are Two Venison Stew Recipes That I Have. Slow Cooker Venison Stew and Busy Man’s Venison Stew. Enjoy.
Come along and watch as Jason Allen of ‘The Rush’ draws his Prime bow and sends his lethal Grim Reaper head through the largest whitetail buck he had ever lined up on.
Always a guiding light for our sport, especially needed now in the age of the internet and unrivalled egos, M.R. James puts Part II to his reasoned article on what we, as bowhunters, need to do when spreading our hunting adventures and successes.
I kept thinking of something else we could do to tie-in with the forthcoming “Secrets” record. I wished that Fred could visit every dealer archery shop to promote the record, and, suddenly, I thought of doing a life-sized Fred Bear cut-out.
Hunting hard to the very end, Roy, his guide and wife Shelby gave it everything they had to try and get on a good Sitka buck. The weather didn’t help, the game didn’t cooperate but they didn’t give up.
Day One of the Keefer’s hunt proved uneventful. Hopes were high for the next few days as they glassed the rugged mountains looking for the shooter Sitka buck that had drawn to Kodiak.
This is the first episode by Tracy’s blog, The Drop-Tine Report and Tracy interviews the legendary Tracker John about blood tracking dogs, tracking deer and the biggest buck he ever recovered.
The stream banks were covered with salmon that had been partially eaten by bears and eagles. It’s a little spooky seeing that sight as you walk along a stream bank that is covered by thick vegetation, a great hiding place for bears.
“We at Safari Club International (SCI) applaud the decision of President Trump and Secretary Zinke to protect access to millions of acres of public land in Utah. “
The Keefer’s, Roy and Shelby are off on another adventure. This time it’s for Sitka blacktail in Kodiak, Alaska, another one of the game animals on Roy’s Bucket List.
Roy and Shelby Keefer have taken their bowhunting seriously. They also take their equipment seriously and that is why they wear Sitka Gear when following their hunting adventures.
Fred had hunted polar bears twice before, in 1960 and 1962. One bear plunged through the ice after being arrowed and was lost. Another charged, and Fred’s Inuit guide had to stop it with his rifle. It dropped just nine yards from Fred and could no longer be considered a bow and arrow kill. […]
The fascinating story of Fred Bear and how he used his unique and memorable name, his talents, his interests, and his attention to detail to build a household name among sportsmen and women around the world
Allie D’Andrea aka “Outdoors Allie” knows scent control is a key piece of any big game hunt. Here is her system.
We have our bucket list of things we want to do before we leave this earth. One on Brian Kightlinger’s list was taking a 6-point large enough to make the Northeast Big Buck Club Record Book.