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The memory, much like the ice that was hanging from my moustache that day, remains crystal clear. I had been sitting in that treestand for several hours in late December…
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Last week, I arrowed a nice little buck, and I’m happy to say the bowhunting factors I always go on about came together resulting in a quick and clean kill.…
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When it comes right down to it, the most important piece of bowhunting gear we have is the broadhead at the end of our hunting arrows. A good broadhead will…
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Sitting with my compound bow in a treestand, a pair of fine bucks appear in front of me. I raise my bow... draw... release and — miss. Perhaps I didn't have…
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A successful hunt falls on lessons learned and how you apply that to the next hunt. It's also about preparation, whether scouting or talking with land owners early in the…
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For many, bow hunting for deer is not just a passion, it's a way of life. If we're not trying to fill tags, we're reliving the glory days or remembering…
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There's nothing worse then climbing 20 feet up a tree, anticipating a long vigil next to a well-traveled funnel, than to suddenly realize you've forgotten your camo gloves, headnet, bow…
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Bow hunting is a close game. You peer through the nearby maze of tree limbs and leaves and down into the brush below a tree stand, looking for a deer…
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Hunting Public Land for Whitetails

Monday, September 09 2013 4:58 pm - for Bowhunting
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I began hunting whitetails on public land when I was much younger. Being younger meant I had a lot more time to spend in the marsh and woods exploring the…
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While technically easy to prepare for, my first black bear bowhunt proved to be more of a lesson in black bear research than I imagined. Here are some basic pointers…
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