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To Fool a Big Buck’s Wary Nose, Scent Control Clothing Is a Must

by Lynn Burkhead 0

Got big dreams for a big buck this fall? Then you’ve got to beat a whitetail’s senses, starting with his… more »

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10 Must-See Bowhunting Products for Whitetail

by Lynn Burkhead 0

If chasing whitetail during archery season is your thing, then take note of these helpful products to make your bowhunting… more »

NAP Mantis Blind

Gear Review: NAP Mantis Series Blinds

by Christian Berg 0

This year has brought more innovations in the ground-blind market than we’ve seen in a decade, with the all-new Mantis… more »

Muzzy Addict bow

Gear Review: Muzzy Bowfishing Addict

by Emily Kantner 0

After our entire camp tagged out early on a recent pronghorn hunting trip, we spent a sunny day walking along… more »

Single-pin and multi-pin bow sights

Should You Shoot a Single-Pin or Multi-Pin Bow Sight?

by Levi Morgan 0

Everyone has their reason for shooting the pin setup they choose. Some people get confused with multi-colored pins in the… more »

Mechanical broadhead

2018 Mechanical Broadhead Test

by Jon E. Silks 0

We Put 14 Popular Models Through the Wringer. Here’s How They Stacked Up. Getting a bunch of bowhunters together and… more »

Get the Most Out of Your Rangefinder

Get the Most Out of Your Rangefinder

by Randy Ulmer 0

Some of the most expensive rangefinders available today aren’t accurate enough to be functional for bowhunters. Let me explain: Let’s… more »

Browning Camping Granite Creek Tent

Essential Backcountry Bowhunter Gear

by Emily Kantner 0

Base Camp Basics Outdoor Edge Chow Pal Rather than weigh down your pack with several gadgets, plus silverware for dining… more »

Crossbow Defuser

Gear Review: Crossbow Defuser

by Bob Humphrey 0

he crossbow industry seems very receptive to customer feedback and demands, as evidenced by trends such as faster and quieter… more »

Garmin Xero A1i

Gear Review: Garmin Xero A1i

by Emily Kantner 0

With a shorter draw length and lower draw weight than many of my male counterparts, I have a relatively slow… more »

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