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Tuning-Your-Bow

Tuning Your Bow and Arrows

by Bill Winke

Hunting accuracy starts with your gear: a well-tuned bow and perfect arrows. So, that is what I am going to… more »

Shooting-Stance

Fix Your Shooting Stance For Better Accuracy

by Levi Morgan

Archery seems simple at a glance. You pull back a string and let it go, right? How hard could it… more »

Hill-Country-Bucks

Tips For Taking Hill Country Bucks in the Rut

by Alex Gyllstrom

Growing up in Southwest Michigan I didn’t have much experience hunting hill country until I started hunting out of state…. more »

Bowtech-Realm

Launch Day — 2018 Bowtech Realm

by Jon E. Silks

You may have heard whispers in the wind, talk around the water cooler or some hint of a special introduction… more »

Open-Country-Bucks

How to Hunt Open Country Bucks in the Rut

by Alex Gyllstrom

It’s hard to believe it’s been almost a decade since I met my buddy Cody. We were hired separately to… more »

FensonMuleyLead

Spot-and-Stalk Success on Prairie Mule Deer Bucks

by Brad Fenson

We headed out before sunrise with the hopes of spotting a big buck to stalk within bow range. Little did… more »

2017-HGG-PBH

2017 Holiday Gift Guide

by Emily Kantner

This holiday season, skip the ugly pajamas, festive socks and tacky ties, and get the bowhunters on your shopping list… more »

Wild-Game-Recipes

New Wild Game Recipes From Sarah Bowmar

by Emily Kantner

Wild game can be one of the best sources of protein available and doesn’t have to taste like the foliage… more »

GoWild-App

New GoWild App Gaining Steam

by Emily Kantner

How does your fly fishing trophy stack up against the muley your buddy arrowed in Wyoming? Who gets the bragging… more »

Cuts-of-Venison

Identifying and Cooking Cuts of Venison

by Darron McDougal

Harvesting a deer secures a sizeable supply of delicious red meat. How that meat is handled and cooked, and by… more »

Bowhunting-Outfitters

Find Reputable Bowhunting Outfitters

by Emily Kantner

If you’re in the market for an outfitted bowhunt, take advantage of the dreaded October lull to plan for the… more »

Stealth-Cam-Wireless-Card-Reader

Gear Review: Stealth Cam Wireless Card Reader

by Christian Berg

At the risk of making Fred Bear roll in his grave, I’m just going to come out and admit it:… more »

Mange'-Drop

Gear Review: Magne’ Drop Arrow Rest

by Emily Kantner

Even with the latest bowhunting technology at our fingertips, it’s easy to get comfortable with tried-and-true gear and miss out… more »

Serve-a-Bowstring

How To Properly Serve a Bowstring

by Levi Morgan

Few bowhunters spend much time worrying about the serving thread on their bowstring and/or cables. However, poor servings can cause… more »

Excalibur-Micro-Suppressor

Crossbow Review: Excalibur Micro Suppressor

by Jon E. Silks

Since 1983, Excalibur has been outfitting sportsmen with rock-solid equipment. Recurve limbs make Excalibur crossbows nearly indestructible as they involve… more »

Elite-Option-6

Bow Review: Elite Option 6

by Jon E. Silks

Elite has built a loyal fan base by producing bows that simply get the job done. They are all about… more »

Spot-and-Stalk

Part 2: Spot-and-Stalk Hunting

by Randy Ulmer

In my last column, I said that to be a consistently successful spot-and-stalk hunter, you must be able to shoot… more »

Bowhunting-Mistakes

How to Avoid Stupid Bowhunting Mistakes

by Bill Winke

In its original form, the “KISS” approach stood for Keep It Simple, Stupid — as if to imply that one… more »

Mission-Crossbows-SUB-1

Mission Crossbows SUB-1: The Name Says It All

by Christian Berg

Mission Crossbows today unveiled its innovative new SUB-1, a shooting platform the company created to set a new standard in… more »

S3DA

S3DA Youth Numbers Continue to Rise

by Emily Kantner

Most bowhunters would take a hiatus — if not retire — from the sport if they had shoulder surgery. But Jennie… more »