Grim Reaper President and designer, Jay Liechty, says “ Years of Innovation , testing and improvements have brought us to the new Carni-Four and Pro Series line. These new power-packed Mechanical broadheads, will lift our proven broadhead designs to the next level.
The steps being taken toward completing a comprehensive sportsmen’s package are encouraging. The measures introduced so far represent significant strides and SCI members should remain hopeful of action on a final bill that would be sent to President Trump’s desk.
Ronnie “Cuz” Strickland of West Point, Miss. is the vice president of Mossy Oak in charge of TV and video production. A successful bowhunter, Ronnie has, for many years picked productive tree-stand sites for himself as well as for the hunters and the cameramen who film Mossy Oak’s TV programs and videos.
Feral hogs also negatively impact forest regeneration, compete with native species, can prey on some, such as ground nesting birds, and cause serious erosion problems. The total cost and scale of ecological and economic damage across the U.S. is unknown, but it must be astronomical.
The primary prey species are deer and elk. Both deer and elk know exactly what a predator smells like. To them a predator smells like a bowhunter. We are the apex predator on this continent. Wade Nolan talks about how to negate this for better results in the field.
Bowhunters often speak wistfully of taking animals that end up “Making the book.” In part II M.R. covers ‘The Book’, when it was started, the evolution and the great bowhunters who made it happen. Want to make ‘The Book’? Yeah, we all dream of doing just that.
“It’s an honor for Bear Archery to support a great, longstanding organization like the Pope and Young Club,” said Tyler Musgrave, Associate Product Manager at Bear Archery.
Although the life of a professional hunter seems glamorous, with Will Primos, you’ll realize he works harder and spends more hours trying to learn about bowhunting and the whitetails he hunts than other hunters do. His advice will help you find and take more bucks with your bow.
Tracy Breen has a sit down with bowhunting superstar Tom Nelson on how and what and why he is a bowhunter.
Being free of human odors and the smell of the many things we come in contact with is a worthy goal for any deer hunter. But how can you do that? Wade Nolan tells you how.
I could hear something big heading my way. I found a clump of trees and hid behind them. The animals got closer and closer but I could not see them. What I did see was 6 rams bedded on the trail I just left and they were looking in the direction where the noise was coming from.
A few great tidbits of health information to help you have a happier, healthier life from Shemane.
“Since I’d been hunting from this stand for 30 years, I knew when a buck was within range,” Wilde says. When the buck was at about 50 yards, Wilde decided he would take him.
Written by Erik Jutila from Outdoor Empire. How Young? If you are a hunter and a parent, or a hunter and a mentor, you can probably expect the next generation to start asking about tagging along on the hunt at a pretty young age. The opening morning when I shot my biggest Roosevelt […]
Come along as The Bear Hunter Clay Newcomb makes some final gear decisions and hons his mental rigidity for his upcoming traditional bowhunt for bear in the wilds of northern Saskatchewan.
Sponsored by: Whitetail University, Atsko Products By: Wade Nolanbowhunting biologist I once had a University professor that said, “Check your Sources”. Just because it is written doesn’t make it true. Check and verify. He was right. My daughter, who has arrowed quite a few critters, just ran headlong into a good example of this. […]
Few people have come face to face with death more than our bowhunting biologist and outdoor adventurer, Wade Nolan. This is just a touch of what you will find in his exciting, heart stopping, head shaking book: Death Dance.
“I didn’t get a really-good look at the buck’s rack until after he jumped across the creek,” Olson reports. “Then my heart started pumping overtime, because he was the biggest buck I ever had seen and realized he was Big John
This is, sadly, the last chapter in Dr. Dave Samuel’s exciting book on his life and times bowhunting around the world. Through good and bad times Dave continues to inspire us all with his knowledge, dedication and love of the sport.
Within days of an infected tick bite you experience severe headaches, body aches and intense flu-like symptoms. This nearly universally misdiagnosed ailment, Lyme disease, may have devastating effects on the human body if not treated quickly and correctly. Be vigilant out there.
Sitting in the blind, wind blowing, no action to speak of Doug gets ready to pack it in for the day when his grandson Reyden saw some birds coming in to the decoys. It was time for some turkey action.
“We are very proud to support Pope & Young Club, an organization that puts conservation at the top of their list,” said Joel Harris, Marketing / Communication Manager of Carl Zeiss Sports Optics.
Hunting for Bezoar Ibex in Turkey wasn’t the first thing on Matt Guedes mind in light of recent events but he followed a client of Journey Hunts there and was glad he did.
M.R. James entered his first animal into the record book of Pope & Young and from that moment on he not only added more but went from a member to one of the important leaders in this vital organization.
You have been driving by this great farm and know there are some monster bucks living there. How do you gain permission from the farmer who owns that land? Read this article by Wade Nolan and you’ll find out the right and wrong way.
Still like a good pizza? Pepperoni and some nice venison with mozzarella and home made crust spread with some mouth watering sauce? Now that’s a pizza the whole family can love.
How old should a child be before you take them out to hunt and shoot a game animal? Bowhunting isn’t quite like a firearm. When should we decide to put our bow away and enjoy the outdoor experience without the hunting part?
Researchers conducted a study concerning who does the breeding. They conducted genetic paternity tests and found lineage for a “who’s your daddy test”. The result surprised everyone.
The two gobblers saw the hens and began to walk more my direction. Both birds were in the plowed field watching the hens feed. I called softly a few times and both birds gobbled. One bird broke into full strut trying to make his friend look smaller.
The Pope and Young Club is offering two exciting hunting adventures as part of the 2017 Pope and Young Club Conservation Hunt-Drawing. 100% of the funds raised will go directly to P&Y Club Conservation, Education and Outreach Programs.