The Third-Axis Leveling Device by Hamskea Archery Solutions was designed to simplify the difficulty of leveling your bowsight for second- and third-axis capability.

Inside Gear
Posted on July 16, 2014

01: Cabela’s E.C.W.C.S Thermal Zone Polartec Power Dry Zip Top is unlike any other base layer you’ve worn. It uses three-types of fabrics to provide total comfort in a variety of temperatures and activities. You’ve got to wear it to believe it. Versatile Base Layers Early last year, I was … more

Bow And Arrow Hunting - BOWBUY

Bow Buyer’s Guide
Posted on May 2, 2014

Confused About Which Bow to Buy? If So, Here’s How to Narrow Down the Selection Among a Plethora of Choices. Subjective taste is a term I believe goes hand in hand with the sport of archery. Due to its design of using the body to cast an arrow, this sport … more

Bow And Arrow Hunting - SCOUT

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

Bow And Arrow Hunting - TECH

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

Bow And Arrow Hunting - Mule

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


Refining Your Rig
Posted on October 28, 2011

The devil’s in the details, so when it comes to tricking out your bow for whitetail shots, make sure it’s as perfect as it can be. By Steve Flores I think it’s a pretty safe assumption that all of us bowhunters want the same things out of our chosen weapon: … more


Should I set My Bow’s Weight at Max
Posted on July 6, 2011

Q: Joe, I really enjoy your magazine. I have heard the same comment made many times over the years. I am wondering if it’s based on facts, studies, opinion or an old wives’ tale? It goes something like, “A bow performs better if the bow’s weight is set at its … more