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How to Give Your Crossbow a Tune-Up

by Bob Humphrey

A quick look at hunting demographics shows most of us are old enough to remember those campy Ronco TV ads…. more »

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The Holy Grail: When Broadheads Fly Like Fieldpoints

by Bill Winke

As a kid, I loved to stick my hand out the window of my parents’ speeding car just to feel… more »

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How Bowhunters Can Achieve Better Accuracy

by Randy Ulmer

When you only practice under ideal conditions, it’s easy to be lulled into thinking you are very proficient with a… more »

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Tuning Tricks from America’s Best Bow Shots

by Jeff Johnston

Do you ever wonder why your fixed-blade broadheads fly like grasshoppers on a dirt road compared to fieldpoints? Over the… more »

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Spot and Stalk: How to Strike Like a Bowhunting Ninja

by John Dudley

There’s nothing more exciting in bowhunting than a successful spot and stalk. Sneaking within bow range of big-game animals tests… more »

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How to Paper Tune Your Bow

by Bill Winke

In this column, I want to go into more detail regarding the important process of paper tuning. This is the… more »

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Review: 2016 Bear Archery BR33

by Jon E. Silks

Bear Archery works hard to meet the needs of its customers, so when bowhunters spoke up and asked for a… more »

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Avoid Ground Shrinkage with This Simple Formula

by Dr. Grant Woods

By mid-July, many whitetail hunters are sharing trail-camera pictures of bucks with large antlers covered in velvet. Folks will be… more »

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5 Tuning Tweaks for Top Accuracy

by John Dudley

Nearly 20 years ago, I decided to step onto the archery tournament line. It wasn’t because I wanted to become… more »

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Bowhunting 101: Arrow Building in 10 Easy Steps

by Bill Winke

With spring upon us, a new shooting season has finally arrived. So, it seems appropriate to kick off Bowhunting 101… more »

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Winke’s Advanced Strategies for Summer Scouting

by Bill Winke

The plan is simple on the surface. You find a shooter buck during the summer, relocate him after he breaks… more »

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Best New Trail Cameras for 2016

by Bowhunting Online Staff

Trail camera technology continues to exceed expectations for 2016. The hardcore bowhunter can expect to see faster trigger speeds, higher… more »

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Randy Ulmer Talks Proper Shooting Stance

by Randy Ulmer

As bowhunters, we’re always searching for a way to improve our hold for more accurate shots on game.  One way… more »

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4 Clutch Shots Every Bowhunter Must Master

by Bill Winke

Of the last 22 bucks I have shot at, my average shot distance was 29.4 yards. My shortest shot was… more »

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Treestand Location: the Details That Deliver

by John Dudley

When I look at bowhunters who continue to take great bucks year after year, I believe the common thread boils… more »

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This New Peep Sight Design Makes Aiming Easy

by Tony Peterson

What most bowhunters begin to understand after they’ve hunted varying terrain is that making a good shot in the field… more »

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Deer Decline: Fawns Are the Future

by Dr. Grant Woods

Several states reported a decreased deer harvest during the 2015-16 season. When we think of statewide deer-harvest totals, most of… more »

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Why Summer Scouting Is Essential to Fall Success

by Dr. Grant Woods

I really enjoy shed hunting and use the size and locations of sheds found to locate the late-winter home ranges… more »

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Review: 2016 G5 Prime Rize

by Jon E. Silks

G5 quietly makes some of the world’s best hunting bows, with rigs such as the 2016 Rize leading the way…. more »

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Aim and Let the Bow Shoot the Shot

by Randy Ulmer

With the advent of the shooting machine, archery manufacturers have been able to prove something most serious shooters already knew:… more »