Joining a “hunting club” is not as easy as it sounds. There are so many considerations one must examine before committing the multiple resources
In many parts of the US, deer season has closed but now is the time to start working towards next year. In fact, there are a few things all of us deer hunters should consider
There used to be a predictable sequence of shooting choices for whitetail deer hunting seasons. First came archery and then the gun seasons.
As an avid bowhunter, I’m always looking for a sight to not only help me acquire a target accurately and quickly but provide adjustability while being lightweight
The hunter spent countless afternoons during the off-season target shooting with his bow. By summer’s end, the arrows consistently hit the center ring of the bull’s-eye square target.
Many states require a minimum draw weight of between 35 and 40 pounds for the purposes of archery hunting for whitetail deer and wild turkey. That keeps many enthusiastic youth hunters
I have to admit that I’m extremely fussy when it comes to which mechanical release to use with my bow. I believe it comes from my long-held affinity for marksmanship values stemming from my years of hunting
Archers have a tough choice to make when selecting an arrow rest. Do you want a full-capture rest that your arrow shoots through, or do you want a drop-away rest
Launching the Perfect Release This simple approach to shooting form will improve accuracy, consistency, and fix problems you may not even know you have! by Rob Reaser Let us start this conversation by stating the obvious: there is no single, magic bullet to improving bow-shooting accuracy. As any experienced bowhunter will tell […]
Treestand Technique: Maintaining Perfect Form Brad Fenson You’ve spent days and weeks preparing for the deer season, and your trail camera has taken photos of the biggest buck you’ve ever seen. You’ve practiced shooting beside the garage and hung your treestand in the perfect travel corridor between the buck’s bedding and feeding area. As […]