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Back in the Game: 10-Week Bowhunting Training Routine

by Bill Winke 0

When I was in my early 30s, I spent one spring and summer trying to get into the best shape… more »

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Center Shots: How to Pattern Mature Bucks Using Trail Cameras

by Bowhunting Online Staff 0

How does Field Editor Bill Winke find success year after year? With an exhaustive and comprehensive patterning strategy utilizing trail… more »

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Center Shots: Best Deer Hunting Lessons

by Bowhunting Online Staff 1

When it comes to bowhunting deer, there’s very little Bowhunting field expert Bill Winke hasn’t done. But that doesn’t mean… more »

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Center Shots: How to Create Your Ultimate Treestand Kit

by Bowhunting Online Staff 1

Let’s be honest, some of us carry too much gear into the treestand for a whitetail hunt. While this may… more »

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Center Shots: How-to Diagnose & Solve Low Liver Hits

by Bowhunting Online Staff 1

Here at BOWHUNTING, we know that not every hit you make on a deer produces the results you might expect…. more »

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Center Shots: How to Become a Better Finger Shooter

by Bowhunting Online Staff 1

It’s no secret that most bowhunters are release aid shooters. We realize that there are very few finger shooters out… more »

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Center Shots: How to Fix Your Bow the DIY Way

by Bowhunting Online Staff 0

Here at BOWHUNTING, we share your love for a smooth and functional bow. So when something goes wrong, would you… more »

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Winke: How-to Develop an Effective Trail Camera Strategy

by Bowhunting Online Staff 1

It’s never too late to get in on the trail camera game, and what better time to start than now…. more »

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How to Call in Trophy Bucks During the Rut

by Casey Keefer 0

The rut. It sounds off in October as a subtle melody, accompanied by calculated dance. The trees, once green with… more »

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How To Paper Tune Your Bow

by Patrick Meitin 1

The first and most obvious question when it comes to paper tuning your bow is why you need to do… more »

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