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How to Find Your Best Deer Stand

by Bill Winke 0

There are a lot of ideas out there on where to hunt. I have seen illustrations in magazines that laid… more »

Levi Ulmer with Elk

The Benefits of Front-Heavy Arrows

by Randy Ulmer 0

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

Micro-diameter arrows in quiver

The Benefits of Micro-Diameter Arrows

by Randy Ulmer 0

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


Avoiding the Most Common Bowhunting Mistakes

by John Dudley 0

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


Tips to Help Your Focused Aiming

by Levi Morgan 0

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


Winke’s Top Tip for Hunting Accuracy

by Bill Winke 0

Like all bowhunters, I have had my share of misses. Sometimes the shots were tough or the animal moved or… more »


Tips For Taking Hill Country Bucks in the Rut

by Alex Gyllstrom 0

Growing up in Southwest Michigan I didn’t have much experience hunting hill country until I started hunting out of state…. more »


How to Hunt Open Country Bucks in the Rut

by Alex Gyllstrom 0

It’s hard to believe it’s been almost a decade since I met my buddy Cody. We were hired separately to… more »


Part 2: Spot-and-Stalk Hunting

by Randy Ulmer 0

In my last column, I said that to be a consistently successful spot-and-stalk hunter, you must be able to shoot… more »


Training Yourself for Better Shooting Accuracy

by Christian Berg 0

When it comes to making clutch shots, there is arguably no one better than world-champion archer Levi Morgan. From high-stakes… more »

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