Ever wonder how far a coyote will go for food? Wade Nolan the bowhunting biologist has some stats that will surprise you.
What happens when potential energy becomes kinetic energy when shooting a bow? What happens when this energy suddenly becomes your enemy? Putting an arrow through your hand or having a carbon arrow explode into your hand is not what you expected but can be prevented.
If you have ever dreamed of taking that life-changing, once-in-a-lifetime DREAM hunt, you need to talk to Matt Guedes because he is packaging them up with a bow and has one just for you.
Gary takes a look at this new flashlight to see if it does what is promises. He dropped, froze it, and it just kept lighting his way, brightly, without fail. Lightweight, rugged, bright and rechargeable. A flashlight to consider.
The Camo Clan’s George Winters travels to central Wisconsin to hunt at the 1,000 acre ranch of Wilderness Whitetails and comes away with a 300 lb monster buck.
If you are going to take a hunting road trip for whitetails this fall, you need to start your planning now. Here’s and article by Bernie Barringer on how you get started on the road to success.
World class bowhunter, archer Joella Bates discusses a variety of injuries and how to avoid them including what every archer must do to protect their hands against the catastrophic injury of carbon arrow malfunctions.
Bowhunters have a tremendous option to help increase success in the field for turkey and deer, Decoys. In this month’s Thoughts and Tips, M.R. James provides some important things to do to ensure your success.
I have a soft, tan leather briefcase in my closet. It sits quietly in a corner until September 10th each year, when I wake up earlier than everyone, and take it out into the woods behind my house. I take it to the same spot
The ghosts are the big bucks that we chance upon and never get a shot at or, we miss. They’re the ones that haunt our dreams. The big ones that got away. Those are the ghosts we chase, dream of, work for and fuel this addiction of bowhunting.
John Stallone and friend go to hunt Texas Dall sheep in California in the spring to fill the freezer. Then they keep on bowhunting.
Ozonics, the founders and leaders of harnessing the power of ozone and oxidation technology through active scent control while afield, is pleased to introduce the new HR-230 scent elimination device to the HR lineup for the 2018 season.
One of John’s favorite hunts is during the rifle deer season in South Dakota with his bow. The rut is in full swing and the deer are plentiful. This is the story of John’s 2015 spot and stalk hunt for South Dakota whitetail .
Season’s over. Cold, snow, ice is everywhere and you are not practicing with your bow? Now is not the time to put your archery gear away. It’s time to follow Brian Kightlinger’s lead and hit the shops, lanes and leagues. Get ready for spring season now.
Doug Bermel attended an SCI Banquet and took a chance on a bid for a whitetail hunt in Mo. He got it and picked Sept for him and his son Justin to go. Everything at the lodge was incredible and a campfire doe and two trophy bull frogs were taken.
The rut in south Texas can be unpredictable but on this hunt the weather was perfect and the result was a great buck came in to rattling and grunts for another successful bowhunt for Jim Miller.
So many bowhunters have traded in their treestands for ground blinds. Wade Nolan is no exception and here are some reasons why.
Ravin Crossbows New R20 un-cocks with the same crank that cocks it!
The answer to the question, “is there a way to un-cock your crossbow without shooting it.” Yes there is, The Ravins Crossbows all new R20 — the same Crank that cocks the crossbow ALSO un-cocks it.
Javelina Hunting In Arizona with Days in The Wild Outfitters offers Javelina hunts in all three seasons Archery, Hand Gun/Archery/Muzzle loader (HAM hunt) and Rifle seasons. Our hunts are typically 3 day guided only or Fully Outfitted Hunts.
In 1989 the Exxon Valdez hit the rock on Bligh Reef and smeared the coastline of Prince William Sound with a soft peanut butter sticky oil ooze. Otters were rescued, cleaned with detergent but then their survival required one more treatment.
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.
Growing up in the Great Everglades, Dennis Owens considers the wilderness his playground. This helped him nurture his passion on survival and self-reliance. It’s his personal mission to help other people understands and survive the wild.
How easy and inexpensive it is to rent an RV. For whatever you want to do renting an RV is much easier than buying one and if you own an RV already, how would you like to be able to rent yours and make some $$$?
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.
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.
Bud Fields is an Outdoor Writer with over 53 years in the archery industry. He’s a hands on guy and very particular about his archery gear. After decades of looking for and not finding, he’s has found the Perfect Arrow Fletcher.
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.