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  • Should You Lease Hunting Land? May 24, 2022
    Should you pay for a hunting lease? That is a big question bowhunters face when seeking exclusive hunting access to private land. There are pros and cons when it comes to paying for a hunting lease so before you invest, it’s important to keep reading.   Pro: Leases are relatively affordable. Leasing hunting land is […]
  • 10 Reasons to Visit a Pro Shop in June May 19, 2022
    Depending on where you live, opening day of archery season is just a few short months away. Prep work begins now for those who want to start their season in top form. The payoff is confidence, and a seamless transition from the range to the very first hunts of the year. Improving your skills with […]
  • Do You Shoot with Your Quiver On or Off? May 17, 2022
    Bowhunting involves a lot of personal preferences. From the color of an arrow’s fletchings to the style of broadhead, bowhunters make a lot of gear choices. They base these decisions on comfort, experience and performance. As a bowhunter spends more time in the field, often trial and error dictate these choices. Bowhunting with a quiver […]
  • Tools for Navigating the Backcountry May 10, 2022
    Mapping technology has made navigating the backcountry much easier for bowhunters. With a glance at our phones, we can learn property ownership, elevation and weather forecasts. We can even see our exact location on the map. I love and embrace this technology. But there’s still an old-fashioned compass in my pack anytime I’m in the […]
  • 5 Reasons to Bear Hunt This Spring May 5, 2022
    If you love bowhunting big game in fall but don’t want to wait until September to get started, don’t overlook springtime black bears. Chasing bruins with archery tackle makes for a great challenge. Not convinced? Here are five reasons why you should be bowhunting bears this spring.   There’s No “Offseason” Spring bear hunting allows […]
  • Focus on Form This Offseason May 4, 2022
    The work isn’t over just because hunting season ends. The preparation bowhunters put in during the offseason makes a big difference during hunting season. If you want to become a better bowhunter, focus on your form between now and opening day. Get Back to Basics     How did you learn archery? Many bowhunters are […]
  • Go Native: Plants and Trees to Help Wildlife April 27, 2022
    Many bowhunters plant food plots to bolster deer nutrition, but they may be missing the big picture. Deer consume about 8 pounds of food per 100 pounds of body weight, per day. Planting and enhancing native vegetation can provide a much larger forage base and really benefit the local deer herd, as well as other […]
  • How to Choose an Arrow and Broadhead April 21, 2022
    For bowhunters, choosing the right arrow and broadhead for your hunting adventures might be the most important gear selection you make. The arrow and broadhead ultimately are what determine whether or not you fill a tag. So how do you choose what’s best? Let’s start with the arrow. Spine Above all else, you need an […]
  • Can Your Hunting Spot Have Too Many Deer? April 19, 2022
    Wildlife management is a complex equation that juggles creating opportunity for hunters with maintaining abundant populations of wildlife and healthy habitat. Wildlife populations vary depending on region, and different regions are capable of sustaining varying populations. This is called a region’s carrying capacity, which is defined as the average population size a specific habitat can […]