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Winter: The Off-Season Archery Blueprint

by John Dudley 0

I’ve been a hunter for 30 years now, and there’s no doubt my success rate has increased as the years… more »

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3 Secrets for Bowhunting Coyotes

by Mark Kayser 0

Most would define the narrow opening in the thick river bottom below me as a whitetail funnel. Today it had… more »

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5 New Year’s Resolutions for Bowhunters

by Mark Kayser 0

Yes, it’s that time of year again. It’s time to make New Year’s resolutions… and then break them two months… more »

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5 Backpack Items for Staying Warm Late Season

by Spencer Neuharth 0

Growing up in South Dakota meant avoiding the cold wasn’t an option. If you hunted in December, then you’d need… more »

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3 Secrets for Bowhunting Pressured Ground

by P.J. Reilly 0

Adapt and overcome. Add “improvise” to the front, and you’ve got the motto of the U.S. Marine Corps. But just… more »

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Which Doe Should You Harvest?

by Dr. Grant Woods 0

In the last issue I shared recent data from five states that reported the largest increases in deer populations. Even… more »

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Center Shots: The Perfect Kill Stand

by Bill Winke 0

Though the season is nearly over in many areas, I am still going to walk through two of my favorite… more »

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3 Scent Secrets to Lure Rutting Bucks

by Randy Hynes 0

With nearly 300-million olfactory receptors, whitetail deer are known to possess an extraordinary sense of smell. As hunters, we may… more »

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Your Most Accurate Broadhead Ever

by Cabe Johnson 0

Many broadhead companies claim a lot of different things about their broadheads. We see all sorts of claims, such as they… more »

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Q & A: Should I Aim Low From My Treestand?

by Christian Berg 0

READER QUESTION I have a question that maybe you can help me with. My tree stand is 22-feet high and… more »

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