Long-Range Proficiency
Posted on May 13, 2015

  Uncovering the most important details for downrange accuracy. By Joe Bell The elk had covered a couple hundred yards in a blink, and now he was literally in my face, only 15 yards away. I was already at full draw, only I had no shot. He was standing face … more

Tips from an Expert – Part 2
Posted on May 13, 2015

When it comes to dead-on accuracy, Ben Rogers is one of traditional archery’s best. By Denny Sturgis, Jr. …Continued from Bow & Arrow Hunting, Jan/Feb 14. Tip #5 Point-On Distance It’s important to know your point-on distance and check it out every day prior to practicing. Whether you are gapping … more

Ol’ Fashioned Ground Assault
Posted on May 13, 2015

Treestands may be the hot ticket for ambushing whitetails, but don’t disregard the old way of doing it — a natural hide on the ground. Fact is, it worked way back when and still does. By Brian Sorrells My setup was perfect in the apex of two large fallen poplar … more

Long-Range Proficiency: Part 2
Posted on May 13, 2015

  Uncovering the most important details for downrange accuracy. By Joe Bell The buck was bedded sharply downhill and quartering away, exactly 66 yards from the tips of my boots. I had already shot the buck in the chest area and watched him bed down once before. Then I watched … more

The Leopold Legacy
Posted on May 13, 2015

  By Joe Bell, Editor, Bow & Arrow Hunting Magazine This past winter, I received a ballot from the Archery Hall of Fame Organization. It was for an upcoming election for the class of 2013. As an industry person, I have the honor and privilege to vote and participate in … more

Nomads of the Tundra
Posted on May 13, 2015

  Two bowhunters take to the open bogs of Quebec, searching for big-beamed caribou and lots of adventure. By Grant N. Benson The aluminum boat took a beating as we headed across the white-capped lake directly into the chilly north wind. A consistent spray of icy water flew over the … more

Coastal Mega Bears
Posted on May 13, 2015

Join this bowhunter as he travels to the wilds of Alaska to face America’s largest predator. By Ryan Eaves Banking the Super Cub hard to the left, my guide and outfitter Jonah began the circle that would hopefully confirm what both our eyes had spotted. With my face pressed to … more

Arctic Monarchs
Posted on August 27, 2014

Come along on this bone-chilling adventure for the wild, wooly monsters of the Arctic ice. Stepping off the prop plane and onto the snowy tarmac in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, the icy St. Patrick’s Day wind sliced through my wool coat like a surgeon’s scalpel. The Arctic is supposed to be … more