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Best-Trail-Cameras

Best Trail Cameras of 2017

by Darron McDougal

Faster trigger speeds, advanced mobile/app connectivity and otherworldly image resolution — to name only a few attributes — make 2017’s trail-camera lineup… more »

Diamond-Carbon-Knockout

Women’s Bow Review: Diamond Carbon Knockout

by Emily Kantner

Years ago, when I decided to trade in my rifle for a bow, my dad bought me a Diamond Razor… more »

BearMoment

Bow Review: Bear Moment

by Jon E. Silks

Bear’s 2017 Moment is loaded with features, including the EAZ Hybrid cam system, Max Preload Quad Limbs, reflex riser with… more »

Obsession-Hemorrhage-DE

Bow Review: Obsession Hemorrhage DE

by Jon E. Silks

Obsession introduced four new models for 2017, including the Hemorrhage DE. It is built on a compact riser sporting flared… more »

FarmStoreLead

The Farm Store Bowhunter

by Laden Force

As a boy, a trip to the local farm store meant shopping with Grandpa for bolts, weed eater string, hydraulic… more »

Alps2

Gear Review: ALPS OutdoorZ Monarch X

by Emily Kantner

Whether you’re spotting and stalking on a western hunt or logging miles during a daylong off-season hike, a quality backpack… more »

Rinehart-Rhino-Bag

Gear Review: Rinehart Rhino Bag

by Christian Berg

A Bag Full of Abilities Most serious bowhunters own several archery targets to serve a variety of needs. When it… more »

Crossbow-History

Crossbow History

by Bob Humphrey

Spanish philosopher George Santayana is widely credited with the observation that “those who cannot remember the past are condemned to… more »

Buying-a-New-Bow

Is Buying a New Bow Always Better?

by Randy Ulmer

I cherished my first hunting bow. When I bought it, I was still in school and had an extremely limited… more »

Hanging-Treestands

Where Should You Be Hanging Treestands?

by Bill Winke

Most bowhunters want to start their post-season scouting by walking everything and looking for the best sign: the heaviest trails,… more »

Jason-Snavely

Jason Snavely Welcomed as New Whitetails Columnist

by Jason Snavely

I collected my first speeding ticket because of my whitetail addiction. I was a senior in high school, and with… more »

Better-Aiming

Better Aiming for Tighter Groups

by Levi Morgan

We all realize that to shoot a bow, some form of pushing and pulling has to take place — but… more »

Reign6

Bow Review: Bowtech Reign 6

by Jon E. Silks

Bowtech prides itself on being a leader in archery technology. And for 2017, the company continues its high-tech push with… more »

Ravin-R9

Crossbow Review: Ravin R9

by Jon E. Silks

Every year at the Archery Trade Association (ATA) Show, a few new products seem to generate most of the buzz… more »

Turkey-Vest

Essential Gear for Your Turkey Vest

by Alex Gyllstrom

It’s no secret as bowhunters we love our gear. Turkey hunting, regardless of with a gun or bow, usually requires… more »

Bowhunting-Camps

Raised at Full Draw Bowhunting Camps

by Emily Kantner

Anyone who has truly been raised hunting knows that it’s more than just filling some tags once a year — it’s… more »

Angie-Denny

Angie Denny

by Drew Pellman

Angie Denny wears a lot of hats — outfitter, guide, outdoor TV host and dedicated hockey mom just to name… more »

Joella-Bates

Joella Bates

by Christian Berg

Joella Bates may not be the world’s most famous female archer, but she’s arguably the most accomplished. As a 3-D… more »

Kirstie-Pike

Kirstie Pike

by Christian Berg

Kirstie Pike’s path from nursing to hunting-industry executive began with a shopping trip. The year was 2006, and Pike –… more »

Jana-Waller

Jana Waller

by Emily Kantner

After spending her childhood hunting waterfowl in Wisconsin, Jana Waller was introduced to archery during her freshman year of college… more »