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6 Scent Setups You Need to Know

by Darron McDougal 0

Using lures and scents to attract whitetail bucks into archery range is nothing new; hunters have been doing it for ages…. more »

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How to Shoot Your Biggest Buck Ever

by Bill Winke 0

Hunting deer is far from predictable. It is not like baking a pie or programming a computer, where you can… more »

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The Best Days to Tag Trophy Bucks in 2016

by John Dudley 0

Last year marked the first time I shared my rut predictions with the readers of Petersen’s BOWHUNTING. In that article,… more »

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Spot and Stalk: How to Strike Like a Bowhunting Ninja

by John Dudley 0

There’s nothing more exciting in bowhunting than a successful spot and stalk. Sneaking within bow range of big-game animals tests… 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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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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4 Keys to a Successful Spot-and-Stalk Bear Hunt

by John Dudley 0

My heartbeat felt so hard I was sure everything in the timber could hear it. I felt like a tai… more »

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These Shed Hunting Tips will Make You a Better Hunter

by Bill Winke 0

When there is a certain buck I want to get the antlers from, I show real enthusiasm and some creativity…. 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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