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Winke’s Shooting Fundamentals for Fall Success

by Bill Winke 0

As you practice shooting your bow this summer, it is best to work on the kinds of shots, and the… more »


How to Make Bowhunting’s Toughest Shots

by Jeff Johnston 0

Ask five great bowhunters what specific shot gives them trouble and you’ll get 10 horror stories. To a large degree,… more »


Try These Backyard Drills for Bowhunting Success

by John Dudley 0

I was very focused on sports throughout my youth. I spent more time on a field, in a weight room… more »


How Bowhunters Can Achieve Better Accuracy

by Randy Ulmer 0

When you only practice under ideal conditions, it’s easy to be lulled into thinking you are very proficient with a… more »


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 »


How to Paper Tune Your Bow

by Bill Winke 0

In this column, I want to go into more detail regarding the important process of paper tuning. This is the… more »


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 »

making a clutch shot

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 »


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 »


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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