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  • PETERSEN’S BOWHUNTING – ATA 2018 TOP NEW BOWS January 18, 2018
    By Jon E. Silks Gear Testing Editor – Petersen’s Bowhunting Magazine   You may have heard whispers in the wind, talk around the water cooler or some hint of a special introduction from Bowtech. Well, the wait is over, and the 2018 Realm has burst onto the scene looking to claim its place among the […]
  • Field & Stream | Best New Compound Bows from the 2018 ATA Show January 17, 2018
    By Scott Bestul Field & Stream   Each January, the archery and bowhunting industry converges for the annual Archery Trade Association show. This is where most of the new products for the following season are debuted. The convention hall is surrounded by shooting lanes, giving us a chance to try all the year’s top new […]
  • Spot and Stalk Javelina in Arizona October 16, 2017
    by: Jon Yokely, Bowtech Pro Staff Octobers in Arizona are always slow for a bowhunter! My friend Tiger and I decided to go and purchase an over the counter javelina tag on the Hualapai Indian Res. This is a tough hunt but with some really hard work and little luck it can produce. The first […]
  • High Plains Pronghorn August 28, 2017
    by: Steve Lamb, Bowtech Pro Staff Wyoming, in my opinion, is the indisputable promise land for pronghorn antelope.  In early June 2017, I was primarily focused on brief 3-photo images on my trail camera of a great whitetail buck. I focused a lot of energy on returning to check the camera every two weeks, completely […]
  • What to carry in your backcountry pack August 21, 2017
    Heading out on a backcountry hunt? Bowtech’s brother-sister team Ryan Hay and Krissy Knox take an in-depth look inside their backcountry packs. What you need to know before you head off the grid. Topics covered: Safety Shelter Hunting needs Food & Water

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    HERE’S YOUR CHANCE TO WIN A HOYT REDWRX BOW OF YOUR CHOICE!Hoyt’s all-new REDWRX Series bows are the pinnacle of ultimate bowhuntingperformance, technology and engineering. They are the best of the best and we are giving you a chance to win one of your own. It’s easy:Follow us on Instagram or Like us on Facebook […]
  • World Cup Stage 1: Shanghai May 23, 2017
    The 2017 World Cup kicked off last week in Shanghai, China. Team Hoyt shooters wasted no time in laying claim to the highest step on the podium, winning a full 9 of 10 events with Hoyt equipment.Shanghai makes for an intimidating stage, but Steven Wiljer (NED) was right at home.It’s no small feat to defeat […]
  • 3D, Zero Problem. Tazza Rolls On. May 22, 2017
    Tazza putting the Prevail FX to workTony Tazza entered the first leg of the IBO National Triple Crown Series with swagger, hot off of 2 consecutive wins in the most recent ASA shoots. His momentum would not be denied, and he extended that streak to 3 after a decisive win in Pipestem, West Virginia. Nothing beats […]
  • “Big Cat” Rocks Redding May 10, 2017
    The weather at Redding started hot but cooled as the shoot progressed. Team Hoyt’s shooting was a whole different story, however. Steve “Big Cat” Anderson started hot and stayed that way, burning his way through tricky winds and stiff competition to win the main event. Steve was joined in his podium performance by the likes […]
  • Team Hoyt Beats the Heat at the AZ Cup April 11, 2017
    Temperature maps for USA Archery’s first outdoor event of the year, the AZ Cup, were covered in red-and so were the podiums. This World Team qualifying event offered little in the way of reprieve from the 90-degree heat aside from the switching breezes that added to the suspense of the finals. But a little warm […]

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  • World Has Long Celebrated Female Archers March 22, 2018
    Patience, persistence and passion are powerful traits of archery and motherhood. In fact, women for centuries have wielded bows for Read the full release.   The post World Has Long Celebrated Female Archers appeared first on Bowhunting 360.
  • What’s on Your Bowhunting Bucket List? March 20, 2018
    Do you imagine your lungs burning, legs aching and fingers freezing after climbing a mountain in search of Dall sheep? Read the full release.   The post What’s on Your Bowhunting Bucket List? appeared first on Bowhunting 360.
  • Off Season 101: Practice Like You Would Hunt March 15, 2018
    We bowhunters spend most of the offseason practicing archery so we can capitalize on shots that are usually few and Read the full release.   The post Off Season 101: Practice Like You Would Hunt appeared first on Bowhunting 360.
  • Video: Turkey Shot Placement and Why It’s Important March 14, 2018
    Once you’ve used turkey calls to coax a big tom into bow range, your next challenge is making the shot. Read the full release.   The post Video: Turkey Shot Placement and Why It’s Important appeared first on Bowhunting 360.
  • Understanding the Basics for Hunting Public Lands March 13, 2018
    Americans are blessed with access to hundreds of millions of acres of publicly owned lands. These diverse places are ours Read the full release.   The post Understanding the Basics for Hunting Public Lands appeared first on Bowhunting 360.

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22nd of March 2018 08:06 PM Link
European day. Whats your favorite color
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20th of March 2018 07:59 PM Link
Part 2 of my edge hinging and cooridor work. Amazing what u can gt done with thr saw in an hour.
20th of March 2018 01:33 AM Link
DO YOU HAVE A ROAD BLOCK ON YOUR MAIN TRAIL LEADING TO YOUR STAND? Out with the saw today. Part 1 of some hinge cutting I just did.I am going to run this video tonight as the before and then post part 2 (after, tomorrowish). I had an hour before the kids came home. This is my favorite stand. In the video i made it sound as though i sat in it every night. When actually i only sat it probably 6 times this year. Each hunt was great. You can't beat building a bedding area and knowing something is gonna come out. Holy anticipation #shtmstr8
16th of March 2018 02:03 PM Link
Who is going to the Wisconsin deer and turkey expo? Where having a booth this year. Be sure to stop by and say hi. Lets talk archery and habitat enhancement. Been busy getting our display set up. Mark your calanders for april 6th thru the 8th. Not far now. #shtmstr8 #geturploton
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15th of March 2018 12:57 PM Link
15th of March 2018 02:49 AM Link
Tri County Archers Indoor 3D brush shoot
Tri County Archers will be having a 3D indoor brush shoot, March 17-18, at the clubhouse. Mark your calendars and come o...
17th of March 2018 12:00 PM
13th of March 2018 09:57 PM Link
In this blirp lets talk about smaller chain saws. I love using these for making travel cooridors and small branch work. Sometimes i end up using them almost like a weed wipper. They are much easier to maneuver and save alot of arm,back and shoulder wear. Use what you have but if you ever have a chance to pick up a smaller saw youll live it. I know the stihl 170 runs around $180 bucks.
12th of March 2018 10:37 PM Link
Quick blirb on frost seeding. Seems like alot of our plots are on poorly sloped soil or ditches. . So many times we are pushed to the corner or hillside areas to put our plots. Try this in them areas to help with erosion.Now is the time. Who else is frost seeding this week? #geturploton #shtmstr8
9th of March 2018 01:55 AM Link
Thanks nick way for bringing your deer to us. I seen this guy shoot his bow when he was younger and ill tell you. Deer are in trouble around him..
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4th of March 2018 01:48 AM Link
Hunter "dog" Tibbits with a big find today. Who else was out today.
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