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Which Doe Should You Harvest?

by Dr. Grant Woods

In the last issue I shared recent data from five states that reported the largest increases in deer populations. Even… more »


Center Shots: The Perfect Kill Stand

by Bill Winke

Though the season is nearly over in many areas, I am still going to walk through two of my favorite… more »


3 Scent Secrets to Lure Rutting Bucks

by Randy Hynes

With nearly 300-million olfactory receptors, whitetail deer are known to possess an extraordinary sense of smell. As hunters, we may… more »


Petersen’s Bowhunting 2015 Holiday Gift Guide

by Bowhunting Online Staff

Impress your bowhunter this holiday season with gear that is sure to make an impression next hunting season. These products come highly recommended… more »


Your Most Accurate Broadhead Ever

by Cabe Johnson

Many broadhead companies claim a lot of different things about their broadheads. We see all sorts of claims, such as they… more »


Q & A: Should I Aim Low From My Treestand?

by Christian Berg

READER QUESTION I have a question that maybe you can help me with. My tree stand is 22-feet high and… more »


Do Targets Affect Broadhead Sharpness?

by Jon E. Silks

Our Practical Bowhunting Test Series is designed to be just that — practical. This fifth installment focuses on how shooting… more »


VIDEO: Spot-and-Stalk Mule Deer Hunting Tips

by Bowhunting Online Staff

Spot-and-stalk mule deer hunting, especially in open country, is one of the ultimate challenges for archers. We asked an outfitter… more »


5 Whitetail Deer Rut Tips That Actually Work

by Steve Flores

  Nothing conjures up more excitement for a bowhunter than that magical time we all know as the whitetail deer… more »


Keys to Navigating the October Lull

by Bill Winke

I don’t care what anyone says; there is an October lull, a time when the bucks seem to go underground. We… more »


Epic Moment: The Running of the Bulls

by Christian Berg

Plenty of elk hunters have more experience than I do, but few have a story that can match the taking… more »


Center Shots: Food Plots vs. Bait

by Bill Winke

First off, I have nothing against baiting. I don’t do it in most places where it is legal, nor do… more »


5 Secrets to Clutch Shooting

by John Dudley

Twenty years ago, I made the decision to start shooting competitive target archery. It wasn’t because I wanted the medals,… more »


Meat Care 101: How to Make the Most of Your Wild Game

by Tracy Breen

Many bowhunters dream about spending an extended period in the backcountry chasing elk, deer or other big-game animals. But one… more »


Buddy Deville Buck: 202-Inch Kentucky Brute

by Christian Berg

Bowhunting is all about being in the right place at the right time, and as I witnessed this week, there… more »


Center Shots: Best Lessons for Whitetail Hunting

by Bowhunting Online Staff

If you spend enough time in the deer woods, you’re bound to learn a thing or two. Whether it’s knowing… more »


Do Small-Diameter Shafts Maximize Arrow Penetration?

by Jon E. Silks

Our ongoing Practical Bowhunting Test Series attempts to answer age-old archery questions, test commonly held (but unproven) theories, assess claims,… more »


Why You Should Opt for Micro-Food Plots This Season

by Bill Winke

Writing used to be my day job, but starting in 2008, the pen and paper took a back seat to… more »


One and Done Sighting with UNO App

by Christian Berg

Setting the pins on a new sight isn’t my favorite archery chore. It’s time consuming, and even after multiple range… more »


BOWHUNTING’s Best Tips to Mastering the Release Aid

by John Dudley

John Dudley walks you through the necessary steps to be flawless in your release hand. Throughout my archery career, I… more »