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Randy Ulmer Talks Proper Shooting Stance

by Randy Ulmer 0

As bowhunters, we’re always searching for a way to improve our hold for more accurate shots on game.  One way… more »

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4 Clutch Shots Every Bowhunter Must Master

by Bill Winke 0

Of the last 22 bucks I have shot at, my average shot distance was 29.4 yards. My shortest shot was… more »

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Why Summer Scouting Is Essential to Fall Success

by Dr. Grant Woods 0

I really enjoy shed hunting and use the size and locations of sheds found to locate the late-winter home ranges… more »

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Aim and Let the Bow Shoot the Shot

by Randy Ulmer 0

With the advent of the shooting machine, archery manufacturers have been able to prove something most serious shooters already knew:… more »

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Why Your Bow Shouldn’t Shine

by Randy Ulmer 0

I do a great deal of my hunting in the West where it’s sunny most of the time. The type… more »

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Winke: Anatomy of a Killer Stand Site

by Bill Winke 0

Though the season is a few months away, I am still going to walk through two of my favorite treestand… more »

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Pros and Cons of Summer Trail Cameras

by Jason Herbert 10

We’re already on the front steps of summer. Should trail cameras be out right now? These questions might run through… more »

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Summer Shooting for Fall Success

by John Dudley 0

One of the most uneventful hunts I ever had took place in Alberta in 2010. It is hard for me… more »

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Winke’s 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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How to Effectively Decoy Turkeys with a Tail Fan

by Christian Berg 0

Any bowhunter who has ever ambushed turkeys from a ground blind knows how effective that strategy can be. But let’s… more »

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