Ed Fanchin and his trophy caribou, which he shot by getting in front of it.

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

Randy Cooling with his last-minute ram.

Spanish Ibex-Part II
Posted on February 25, 2014

To read PART I, click here! Spanish Ibex With long, backward sweeping horns, and sure-footed as any mountain goat comes, the ibex of Spain offer a tremendous bowhunting trophy worth pursuing. By Denny Sturgis Jr. MORE RAMS That afternoon we spotted a ram with some females just west of where … more

The author's good friend Tom Moleski is shown here with his first trophy Ibex.

Spanish Ibex-Part I
Posted on February 21, 2014

Part I of a two-part series. To read Part II, click here!   Spanish Ibex With long, backward sweeping horns, and sure-footed as any mountain goat comes, the ibex of Spain offer a tremendous bowhunting trophy worth pursuing. By Denny Sturgis Jr. One of my most memorable hunts actually started … more

If your head is not over your body when shooting, it will cause tension in the arms and hands and can even put pressure on your back—all elements that will degrade accuracy.

Two Things You Need to Know About Shot Performance
Posted on February 13, 2014

Here are two critical steps for improving your shot performance. By Dick Tone Shooting In Balance One of the most important things you can concentrate on as a target shooter or a bowhunter is balance. Your balance or lack of balance will effect your shooting accuracy more than any other … more

The Apex-Part II
Posted on January 31, 2014

The conclusion to The Apex-part I. To read Part I, click here! The Apex-Part II Fulfilling a dream of one day hunting giant Alaskan moose finally comes to life. Story and photos by Eyad Yehyawi Winds of Change Wind can be a bowhunter’s best friend or worst enemy, and today … more

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Bowhunting Coach: Attitude is Everything
Posted on December 11, 2011

By Joe Bell Life can be very trial-based at times. As bowhunters, we know that, and what we make of difficult situations or circumstances will define our character the most. The key here I believe is attitude. Will we choose to keep our chin up and handle adversity with a … more

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Hunting Your Way
Posted on November 23, 2011

By Joe Bell Do you hunt for yourself? What I mean by that is, do you hunt the way you believe is best, or do you hunt the way others do? Personally, I find myself doing both, but as I become older, more experienced and hopefully wiser, I do prefer … more

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Are Whitetails Easy?
Posted on November 4, 2011

By Joe Bell Living out West, I’ve heard many bowhunters make irrational statements about hunting whitetails. Their general thinking is that these deer are easy to kill, compared to mulies and blacktails in the Western woods. In some ways, I’ve agreed with this, generally speaking. But experience has taught me … more