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Bowhunters in general dream all year long about the opening day of bow season. Visions of giant bucks stepping into a shooting lane is synonymous with being called a bowhunter.…
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Practice bowhunting in real life hunting situations to help you be more successful when something goes wrong. It’s happened to us all.  Countless hours of planning, scouting, and bow practice…
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With hunting season rapidly approaching, most serious bow hunters are shooting frequently, if not every day. That means that their bow strings are getting a workout too. Because of this,…
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Where I live, there's less than three months to the bow hunting season for deer. It's probably not too different where you hunt. With that in mind, here are some…
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Whether you're looking to go deer or turkey hunting with a bow, wanting to learn how to bowfish or just want to learn archery skills, using the right technique is the…
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As I said in previous blogs, traditional archery success is based largely on confidence in your ability. You get that from loosing thousands of arrows in various circumstances, the high…
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Bowhunters who pursue game using traditional gear must overcome the challenge of shooting without sights. As I've written about before, for most of us, this requires constant practice to ingrain…
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There are many good shot angles that will allow a bowhunter to humanely take a wild turkey. For broadside, head-on or angling away shots, I draw an imaginary line midway…
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Last year while sitting in a natural ground blind with longbow in hand, a young whitetail buck approached cautiously, until he was broadside at 7 yards. I waited, with heart…
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The Cost of Speed

Thursday, March 13 2014 6:00 am - for Bowhunting
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In archery, arrow speed is a big deal. Faster arrows have flatter trajectories. This means that small errors in range estimation are less of an issue. And, all other things…
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