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  • What’s a Cull Buck? September 20, 2022
    If you’ve ever watched a hunting show on TV, you’ve probably heard the term “cull buck” or “management buck.” By definition, a cull buck is a buck whose antlers are inferior to those of other bucks of the same age on that property. The idea is to weed a cull buck out of the gene […]
  • All About Record Book Bow Kills September 16, 2022
    Bowhunting offers wonderful opportunities to obtain meat, spend time in nature and spend time with family and friends. There’s also potential to shoot a trophy animal. People define trophy animals differently. To some, a trophy is an animal taken with a bow. To others, it has to meet certain size or age requirements. For this […]
  • How to Dress for the Treestand September 13, 2022
    Dressing for a day sitting in the treestand might seem simple. Put on your favorite bowhunting duds and go, right? Not so fast, friend. When it’s hot out, it’s easy to get all sweaty on the hike to your stand. Then once you’re sitting, you’re just sitting there wet and stinking. When it’s cold out, […]
  • Should I Bowhunt in the Rain? September 8, 2022
    Outdoor enthusiasts often encourage people to “forget the forecast.” It’s a clever way of saying to enjoy the outdoors regardless of the weather. With so many variables at play, waiting for the right conditions would keep many people inside. But does the same logic apply when it comes to bowhunting? That depends. Weather should always […]
  • Why Harvest Reporting Matters September 6, 2022
    Wildlife populations weren’t always plentiful and bountiful like they are today. In fact, bison were hunted to near extinction in the late 1800s, and deer and turkey populations also suffered because of unregulated hunting. Now, state wildlife agencies carefully monitor game populations and set bag limits based on information obtained through hunter-harvest reporting efforts. Kyle […]
  • How to Be a Safe Bowhunter September 1, 2022
    Archery is among the safest sports. Statistically, you’re 12 to 13 times likelier to get hurt while playing basketball or football. In fact, data compiled by the Archery Trade Association shows that golfers over the age of 60 are nearly four times likelier to sustain injury than archers of the same age. Things get a […]
  • Tactics to Capitalize on Rutting Elk August 30, 2022
    The sound of a rutting bull elk’s bugle as it echoes through the mountains is something hunters dream about all year. Anticipation builds until it comes to a head in September, when the rut begins and archery seasons are in full swing. Whether you’re a seasoned vet making final tweaks to your gear list or […]
  • What to Know About Hunting CWD Zones August 25, 2022
    Chronic wasting disease is a neurological disease that kills deer, elk and other cervids, and many biologists believe it is the No. 1 threat to the future of deer populations. State agencies work diligently to monitor and track the disease, and they depend on cooperation from hunters to make it happen. We spoke to Lindsay […]
  • 10 Bowhunting Adventures to Consider August 23, 2022
    The best part about bowhunting might be all the unique species you can pursue, the wild places where they live, and the tactics used to hunt them. Adventure awaits for anyone who seeks it, and if you spend your days dreaming of the next hunt, this list of critters should be on your bowhunting bucket […]