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Bow Hunting

Tips on Buying a New Bow

buying a new bow

Are you thinking about buying a new bow? There are a lot of things to consider for this important purchase. We asked our fans what is most important to them when buying a new bow and here is what they had to say. #1. Price Range If you first decide how much you want to…

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Best Practices at an Archery Range

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Our July contest sparked a lot of comments and discussions. We all have things that irritate us about archery and/or hunting. So we asked our fans to comment on what annoys them about other people while hunting or at an archery range. But to keep it positive, we flipped the script and turned into tips…

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Favorite Archery Accessories from our Fans!

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What are your favorite archery accessories? Once again, we have the best fans and followers! Thank you for your contributions! We received so many great comments regarding your favorite archery accessories we thought it would be a good idea to share. If you follow us on Facebook you are probably aware that we run a…

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Stealth and Range of the Crossbow Archer


Did you know that the average successful shot by crossbow hunters is 20 yards or less? You must develop the STEALTH to move within 30–40 yards of your game, the crossbows MAXIMUM effective range. Most hunters harvest white-tailed deer at 20 yards or less because of their rugged habitat. This helps to develop your range.…

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How to Avoid Hitting a Deer

How to Avoid Hitting a Deer

Attention all drivers: We all need to know how to avoid hitting deer!!! All hunters know that during deer season (October through December) there is a dramatic increase in the movement of the deer population. However, the average vehicle driver who does not hunt may not be aware of this season’s risk. Many of these…

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Buck Fever: How to stay calm when the perfect deer appears!

buck fever

Buck Fever is the nervous excitement of an inexperienced hunter at the sight of game.  I would be willing to argue that it is not just inexperienced hunters. Maybe not just in the realm of hunting either.  We have all experienced that moment when nerves seem to just dissolve. Dealing with this “target panic” is…

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The End of Hunting Season

hunting season

Now that deer hunting season is pretty much over let’s 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…

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