Scouting Pressured Deer: Do You Hunt Pressured Areas With Little to No Success? If So, read on… You’ll Learn Just What it Takes to Scout More Effectively and Achieve Higher Success.
Posted on April 25, 2014
Ever wonder why mature whitetail bucks in areas that receive heavy hunting pressure are commonly sighted throughout the summer and early fall only to seemingly dissipate into thin air prior to bow season? The answer might be as simple as improper pre-season scouting. In non-hunting areas such as some … more
The Real Dirt on Scrapes: If You Thought Hunting a Scrape was Useless, Then You’d Better Think Again. Here’s the Right Strategy That Will Produce Serious Results.
Posted on April 24, 2014
Let’s say I was visiting my home town and wanted to find a certain guy, my unrequited crush from high school. I wondered what he’d look like now, where he spent most of his time, and more importantly, was he with someone? I grabbed a slice at a pizza … more
Analyzing Shot Form: When it Comes to Executing Proper Shooting Form, Look to Follow-Through as the Most Important Element
Posted on April 11, 2014
It was about 15 years ago when I overheard a few guys at our local pro-shop discussing the concept of “follow-through.” Half of the group was stressing about how important it was to make sure that you kept your bow arm straight towards the target after the shot (which … more
Three In Thirty: Come Along on this Exciting Journey as this Bowhunter Takes Three Nice Mulie Bucks, in Three States, in a Span of just Thirty Days!
Posted on April 10, 2014
This fall I stumbled onto three unforgettable hunting experiences. I was lucky enough to see three difficult stalks miraculously come to fruition and arrow three trophy-size mulie bucks in 30 days. I moved to Arizona in 2005. Growing up hunting Utah, I never would’ve imagined how abundant the wildlife is … more
Pushing For Two: This Bowhunter Gives It His All as he Embarks on Two Wild Wilderness Elk Adventures
Posted on April 4, 2014
Many years ago a fellow bowhunter asked me what I thought was the difference between a guy who consistently filled his tags and one that rarely filled a tag? “Research and persistence,” I answered, and I still believe that holds true today. If you hunt public land and want … more
Long-Range Savvy: If You Want to Build Confidence and Stretch Your Effective Range, Follow These Bits of Wisdom
Posted on April 3, 2014
Taking shots beyond the 40-yard mark require lots of pre-season practice, polished shooting form and tuned-up gear. Big antler tips flashed abruptly downrange, a big mule deer browsing in the privacy of a thick aspen grove. You nock an arrow and tiptoe ahead, hoping to close the distance to a … more
The Great Tule
Posted on March 28, 2014
The Great Tule Join this bowhunter as he travels to the beautiful foothills of California, pursuing our continent’s third and smallest species of elk. By Roy K. Keefer For many years hunters striving to kill at least one of all the North American species referred to them as the … more
48 Hours in Alaska Part II
Posted on March 27, 2014
To read Part I, click here! 48 Hours in Alaska-Part II Join this bowhunter and his friend for an unforgettable experience in the wilds of the Alaskan backcountry. By Ed Fanchin Time to Shift Gears The problem we were having was that these animals would not commit to a direction. … more