Art of Recovery
Posted on February 19, 2013

Properly trailing up arrow-hit game is a part of ethical bowhunting. Here are some specific tips to get the job done right. It was early morning as I left the truck and began my ascent up some towering foothills on a giant cattle ranch located in central California. I was … more

Adjusting your release so your finger wraps securely around the trigger is important to consistency. Editor Joe Bell shows how a properly adjusted release should look and feel.

3 Tips for Better Release Shooting
Posted on January 10, 2013

There are many keys to bow shooting a release aid correctly. But, for starters, a release with no trigger creep will improve your shooting form drastically. Simply curl your finger on the trigger, apply a small amount of pre-shot tension on it, and bring all your attention to where you … more


From the Editor: 10 Bowhunting Tips
Posted on June 29, 2012

  I’m often asked: “What’s most important in bowhunting?” I can’t really think of a single one thing. However, I sure can offer a few suggestions that have helped improve my success. Here are 10 valuable lessons I’ve learned over my years of bowhunting. Don’t Ever Rush a Stalk A … more