Bow And Arrow Hunting - ELK

Which Way for Elk: When it Comes to Bowhunting Elk
Posted on June 10, 2014

There Are Different Ways to Create an Ambush. Which Tactic is Best Depends on a Variety of Factors. Elk could be the most diverse big-game animals to walk the North American continent. Large, robust and highly vocal, these herd-dwelling creatures live in a variety of settings, from thick-timbered mountain country, … more

Bow And Arrow Hunting - WHITE

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


3 Tips for Better Speed Bow Performance
Posted on September 19, 2013

#1 Shoot the Perfect Arrow Every arrow and broadhead/fletching combination will perform differently out of a particular bow. This occurs due to several factors, including: the archer’s unique shooting torque, the bow’s nock travel, shot vibration, windy shooting conditions, use of certain bow accessories, and so on. In other words, … more


2 Tips for Shooting in the Wind
Posted on October 31, 2012

Many bowhunters pursuing mule deer and antelope, especially on the open prairie lands, will face windy shooting conditions. Whether you should take a shot in the wind varies on two important factors.   The first one is practice. Have you shot a lot in the wind? And with your normal … more