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Growing a Bowhunter #3

Our journey of making a bowhunter continues as Wade Nolan covers the importance of ‘the perfect shot’.


Nov 12, 2009 – 5:18:12 AM






Growing a Bowhunter #2

Do you intimately know a deer’s anatomy? Here is the inside story.


Nov 2, 2009 – 6:30:22 AM






Growing a Bowhunter #1

One of the most important things a bowhunter can do is mentor a youngster. This is how we perpetuate the sport and we need it more now than ever.


Oct 20, 2009 – 6:38:50 PM






Sight Simple

You can shoot without sights, but why would you when you can shoot a Trophy Ridge. Wade Nolan explains.


Aug 3, 2009 – 5:06:57 AM






R U 09 Arrow Savvy?

The progression of Arrow technology. From Wooden shafts to hollow River
Cane to aluminum, fiberglass, pultruded shafts, wrapped carbon and now we have the newest technology.


Jul 6, 2009 – 6:07:57 AM






Exploding Bow Limbs

Have you had a bow limb split or break? If not, then you’ve heard about someone who had it happen. Here’s the problem.


Dec 20, 2008 – 7:08:13 AM






Brown Bear Central

Few things rival bowhunting for brown bear. Wade Nolan has walked in the steps of the greats after this in-your-face predator even with a camera.


Jul 21, 2008 – 6:27:48 AM






Late Season Jitters

 Fortune can change in an instant. No one knows that better than a deer hunter. Only three days remained in the season. It was now up to the ‘Truth’.


Feb 15, 2008 – 7:00:30 AM






This Ain’t Hollywood – It’s the TRUTH 2

When you put great minds like Bear Archery and Primos together it’s only natural to expect great things. That’s the Truth!


Jan 7, 2008 – 9:04:46 AM






Swamp Hunters

Three Florida Black Panthers have been recently sighted in this swamp. Like me, they’re here for the hogs.

Sep 26, 2007 – 9:11:30 AM






The Truth About Speed

Speed is everything!  Well, some bowhunters think so but P.J. Reilly leans more toward controlled speed with his BEAR ‘TRUTH’ Bow, and why.


Jul 17, 2007 – 8:46:15 AM


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