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The End of Hunting Season

Posted by on Jan 2, 2018 in Bow Hunting | Comments Off on The End of Hunting Season

Now that deer hunting season is pretty much over lets see how many of you can relate to this:  A normal day out in the country where there are peaceful open fields, a few animal tracks in the snow, and not another person to be seen for acres. Such a contrast to the Opening Day of Hunting Season when the two tracks look like a Los Angeles traffic jam at rush hour. Ok, maybe not THAT bad, but chances are you will encounter another hunter out there. Everyone has to be first to scout out their favorite spot for...

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Christmas Gifts for ARCHERS: Awesome items for Awesome Shooters!

Posted by on Dec 7, 2017 in Archery, Bow Hunting | Comments Off on Christmas Gifts for ARCHERS: Awesome items for Awesome Shooters!

If you are lucky enough to have someone interested in Archery on your Christmas list, let me tell you they would be thrilled with ANYTHING related to their sport!!  Let’s look at a few items that could make you the BESTEST gift giver of all!!! Great Gifts for Archers anytime of the year! Bitzenburger World Class Fletching Jig It’s not surprise that we started the list out with our own amazing item. This jig will allow any archer to make his or her own arrows with ease. Trust us, they will be thrilled! Oh, and we will be giving...

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Archery for Kids – GOOD REASONS TO GET KIDS INVOLVED!

Posted by on Dec 1, 2017 in Archery in Schools | Comments Off on Archery for Kids – GOOD REASONS TO GET KIDS INVOLVED!

Archery for Kids is a great sport! I think you can agree that extracurricular activities at school provide a safe environment for adolescent growth while preventing students from starting bad habits like smoking and drinking. Kids want to be with other kids, but let’s try to make this a positive thing!! Not every child is cut out for running back and forth across the basketball court or soccer field.  Football can be pretty brutal with concerns of head damage etc. not to mention these sports are very seasonal so what do we do the rest of the year? YEAR...

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WHAT TO DO IF YOU SEE A BEAR

Posted by on Nov 10, 2017 in Bow Hunting | Comments Off on WHAT TO DO IF YOU SEE A BEAR

When you are out of doors enjoying the hunt, remember you are sharing this space with many other creatures!!  One of these creatures is the BLACK BEAR!! You may be curious since we don’t see one every day! Warning: Bears are wild animals that are dangerous and unpredictable. Do not approach bears or allow them to approach you! WHAT TO DO IF YOU SEE A BEAR Remain watchful. Do not approach it If your presence causes the bear to change its behavior (stops feeding, changes its travel direction, watches you, etc.) you are TOO close. Being too close may...

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HOW TO WATERPROOF YOUR FAVORITE JACKET AND BOOTS – EASY AND “CHEAP”

Posted by on Oct 31, 2017 in Tutorials and Reviews | Comments Off on HOW TO WATERPROOF YOUR FAVORITE JACKET AND BOOTS – EASY AND “CHEAP”

Waterproof your older jacket and boots to get more life out of them. When you are out for the big hunt or just enjoying the day out of doors, it is always nicer to have dry clean JACKETS and BOOTS.  When you were a kid did you ever get a SOAKER?  Yuck! The only thing worse than water squishing between your toes are those socks that sink down into your boots!!  Pretty soon the heel is where your toes are supposed to be!!  Those gotta go!! Over time your jackets and boots might need a RE-D0. (not your fault...

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Do You Prefer a Bow or a Rifle for Deer Hunting?

Posted by on Oct 12, 2017 in Bow Hunting | Comments Off on Do You Prefer a Bow or a Rifle for Deer Hunting?

What kind of deer hunting to you prefer?  75% of bow hunters also hunt with rifles when deer hunting. So the question is:  Since you spent all this time and money to get proficient with a bow …do you also get out your trusty rifle for deer hunting? BOW vs. RIFLE for Deer Hunting Many bow hunters appreciate the fact that they can get up close and personal with the animals they hunt. The same can’t be said of rifle hunters who tend to shoot their prey from far away. A rifle hunter can take out a deer from...

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Tree Stand Safety Tips

Posted by on Sep 12, 2017 in Bow Hunting | Comments Off on Tree Stand Safety Tips

Have you read the latest Tree Stand Safety Tips? Safety is the NUMBER ONE concern when hunting. Your family wants you to return at the end of the day in one piece–preferable with something to show for your efforts–and I don’t mean a broken bone (or worse. ) There are a lot of guides and tips out there for Tree Stand Safety but here are the highlights. Even if you are a seasoned hunting pro, it doesn’t hurt to review them, and talk to your kids about them! Related: Bow Hunting Essentials: Things You Should Have Don’t Hunt in...

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10 Things You Can Do Right Now to Prepare for Bow Season

Posted by on Aug 22, 2017 in Bow Hunting | Comments Off on 10 Things You Can Do Right Now to Prepare for Bow Season

End of summer is a great time to prepare for bow season When do you prepare for bow season? Summer is winding down, kids are heading back to school (parents are breathing a sigh of relief), and the hunter can hear the woods calling. Even though bow season is a few weeks away, there are several things you can do now to get ready for it. Ensure a successful hunt this year and keep yourself busy until opening day. We put together this list with a little help from North American Whitetail.com #1. Sight In Your Bow Now Shooting...

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Bow Hunting Essentials: Things You Should Have

Posted by on Aug 9, 2017 in Bow Hunting | Comments Off on Bow Hunting Essentials: Things You Should Have

Things Every Bow Hunter Should Have Are you a bow hunter? Do you know and love a bow hunter? Here is a list of things that are essential to bow hunting safety and success. This fall, when you pack your gear, be sure to go over this list. Bow Hunting Essentials: Gear List Flashlight. Don’t be caught in the dark. Make sure it has fresh batteries before you head out. Quality Hunting Knife. If you don’t carry a knife when you hunt you should probably just turn your hunting license in. First Aid Kit. Essential but often overlooked key item...

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Make Your Own Wild Game Jerky

Posted by on Jul 11, 2017 in Recipes | Comments Off on Make Your Own Wild Game Jerky

Time to clean out your freezer and use your older venison meat to make room for your fall hunt. How to make your own jerky We love this easy-to-do recipe from Leaf on how to make your own venison jerky in a dehydrator. We’d love it if you shared your recipes and family “secrets” with us. We are always looking for a new jerky recipe!! Prep time: 13 to 18 hours Servings: 1 pound of jerky Difficulty: Easy Beginner Making deer jerky at home is a simple way to preserve large amounts of meat, and for making easy protein-rich...

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