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Petersen's Bowhunting Videos


Bow Review: Quest Thrive

by Jon E. Silks

The Quest Bowhunting team and those who founded it, the Grace Family, are all about building bows that demonstrate quality and… more »


Become a Better Bowhunter by Choosing the Right Bow Sight

by Tony Peterson

In order to get the most out of your bow sight, you need to get used to it before the… more »


Fare Game: Elk Tartare

by Bowhunting Online Staff

Don’t be afraid to enjoy rare meat. David Draper shows you how to properly prepare Elk Tartare.

Sitting in Primos SurroundView Blind

Gear Review: Primos SurroundView Series Blinds

by Christian Berg

There are hundreds of new bowhunting products released every year, but relatively few are unique, useful and innovative enough to… more »

Levi Ulmer with Elk

The Benefits of Front-Heavy Arrows

by Randy Ulmer

In my previous column, we discussed why you should be shooting small-diameter arrow shafts. I listed the many reasons skinny… more »

Obsession Cam

Bow Review: Obsession Fixation 6XP

by Jon E. Silks

Building on the solid success forged in recent years, Obsession Bows is moving full steam ahead in 2018 with its… more »

Micro-diameter arrows in quiver

The Benefits of Micro-Diameter Arrows

by Randy Ulmer

Because I only get a few shots a year at big-game animals — and I’ve usually got a month or… more »

centered bow sight in peep

Peep-to-Sight Precision

by Levi Morgan

It is often said that archery is a game of little things. More so, I believe it is a game… more »


Fixed Blade Vs. Mechanical Broadheads — The Debate Rolls On

by Darron McDougal

In the bowhunting world, an ongoing debate invariably looms. Differences in opinion lead to extensive discussions and even arguments. These… more »


Peanut Butter Bacon Venison Sliders Recipe

by Chelsie Walters

Stop making the same ol’ boring burger and try something different – this recipe for peanut butter bacon venison sliders is… more »


Despite His Passing, Mel Johnson Casts Large Shadow Over Bowhunting World

by Lynn Burkhead

With the news of Mel Johnson’s passing at the age of 84, there’s little doubt that the legacy of the… more »


Avoiding the Most Common Bowhunting Mistakes

by John Dudley

Rookie Mistakes — Letting past failures be your friends. After months in the treestand, seeing nothing but birds, raccoons and… more »


Gear Review: Scent Crusher Gear Bag

by Emily Kantner

Keeping your camo scent-free during hunting trips away from home can be tough, especially when you don’t have access to… more »


Bow Review: Hoyt REDWRX Carbon RX-1

by Jon E. Silks

Hoyt’s new Carbon RX-1 has been tagged with the company’s REDWRX badge, which is as much of a culture as… more »


Bow Review: PSE Xpedite

by Jon E. Silks

PSE is known for producing some of the fastest bows on the planet. Along with fast rigs, PSE continues to… more »

Wild Hog Chile Verde Recipe

Wild Hog Chile Verde Recipe

by Scott Leysath

This flavorful Southwestern stew can be served in bowls, topped with shredded cheese and chopped onions and served with warm… more »

Pulled Hog Shoulder or Hindquarter Roast Recipe

Pulled Hog Shoulder or Hindquarter Roast Recipe

by Scott Leysath

Smoke, roast or grill your wild hog shoulder or hindquarter – all three methods will lead to a delicious outcome… more »

Marinated Loin Chops with Blueberry Apple Compote Recipe

Marinated Wild Hog Loin Chops with Blueberry Apple Compote Recipe

by Scott Leysath

Lean wild hog loin chops will benefit from several hours in a flavorful marinade, but be careful not to overcook… more »

Wild Hog Apple Breakfast Sausage Recipe

Wild Hog Apple Breakfast Sausage Recipe

by Scott Leysath

The dried fruit and apple juice in this Wild Hog Apple Breakfast Sausage Recipe adds a hint of sweetness, and… more »


Tips to Help Your Focused Aiming

by Levi Morgan

One thing we all do as archers is aim. Some do this differently than others, but to shoot with any… more »