The author and his massive whitetail, which he arrowed after 15 days on stand while hunting with the Harpole’s Lodge in Pike County, Illinois. The buck’s gross score was 192 points—truly a deer of a lifetime. Photos by Eric Suhm,

Miracle Buck Part I
Posted on September 26, 2013

Part I of a two-part series. Over the course of three seasons, and three weeks on stand, this bowhunter’s dream of scoring on a Boone and Crockett-caliber buck finally comes to life. By Ron Way “I can’t believe it,” I said to myself. “I just blew a chance of a … 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

Treadwell bagged this nice Texas buck last fall using a limb-driven drop-away.

Drop-Away Superiority
Posted on October 23, 2012

Accuracy is in the details when it comes to selecting a modern-day drop-away rest   It wasn’t that long ago really, perhaps 2004 or 2005, when the most common arrow rest was made of two simple metal prongs, or some variation thereof. It wasn’t very tunable, had no arrow containment … more