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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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  • Team Hoyt Is Red Hot In The Desert April 9, 2018
    Phoenix, ArizonaThe US outdoor season kicked off this past weekend in the warm desert of Arizona at the popular Arizona Cup. Make no mistakes, however, this is no warm-up shoot. The AZ Cup is also the USAT (United States Archery Team) season opener, so shooters have a lot on the line as they compete for […]
  • Team Hoyt Heads South of the Border, Lands on Top the Podium April 6, 2018
    Guadalajara, MexicoBlue skies and warm weather make the Versus MX tournament a favorite for many archers. It is the first outdoor tournament of the season and Team Hoyt wasted no time getting hot, torching the competition and defending the Podium like they owned it.Steve Anderson shows off perfect form and execution while landing another 10 […]
  • NFAA Indoor National Champion - Linda Anderson April 5, 2018
    Cincinnati, OHIf you have ever shot the full 60X round at the NFAA Indoor Nationals, you know how long and grueling that tournament is. You shoot a 5 Spot 60X round two days in a row and it takes several hours to get through each round. Most shooters will tell you the hardest part of […]
  • Thacker off to a fast Start in 3D April 5, 2018
    With the first two tour stops of the 2018 ASA season in the books, Hoyt Pro Staff team member Donnie Thacker is 2 for 2 on podium finishes in the Known Pro Division - arguably the most competitive division in all of ASA. The Hoyt Archery Pro/Am in Foley, Alabama in February marks the beginning of […]
  • 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 […]

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  • 4 Reasons to Donate Venison This Season April 24, 2018
    Small acts of kindness go a long way in life, and that includes bowhunting. Bowhunters who donate venison to friends, Read the full release.   The post 4 Reasons to Donate Venison This Season appeared first on Bowhunting 360.
  • Bowhunting Squirrels: Big Fun in Small Packages April 17, 2018
    A crisp fall morning begins. Sunlight is filtering through the trees, slowly melting the frost off fallen leaves. After what Read the full release.   The post Bowhunting Squirrels: Big Fun in Small Packages appeared first on Bowhunting 360.
  • Bowfishing Meets Paddleboarding: The Stealthiest Way to Hunt Fish April 12, 2018
    Spring brings sunshine, water sports and excellent fishing, which should inspire many bowhunters to try an awesome new way to Read the full release.   The post Bowfishing Meets Paddleboarding: The Stealthiest Way to Hunt Fish appeared first on Bowhunting 360.
  • Bowhunters: Don’t Forget the Dogs! April 11, 2018
    Waterfowl and upland-bird hunters spend most of the season alongside man’s best friend. By comparison, bowhunters usually feel forsaken when Read the full release.   The post Bowhunters: Don’t Forget the Dogs! appeared first on Bowhunting 360.
  • Podcasts Deliver Bowhunting Info on the Go! April 10, 2018
    Bowhunters who love immersing themselves in hunting tips, insightful stories and downright hilarious conversations can satisfy those cravings 24-7 wherever Read the full release.   The post Podcasts Deliver Bowhunting Info on the Go! appeared first on Bowhunting 360.

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24th of April 2018 02:40 PM Link
Tree planting today
21st of April 2018 12:33 PM Link
Apple tree planting. Snow sure helped to keep the roots moist. Also one more thing i like to do if planting in a plot, is to keep the trees in a line for easier plot maintenance .
18th of April 2018 03:23 PM Link
Quick tip on deer beds that are to close to your stand. Put em somewhere else. Here is how. Anyone else else have em a little to close?
10th of April 2018 12:05 PM Link
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5th of April 2018 10:55 PM Link
Super excited to have a new club in the area. These guys have been working thier butts off.
Event https://www.facebook.com/events/659703971087758/
Ghost Ridge Sportsman's Club
Update on this weekend, we will be cleaning up the land, making trails, and building some materials this Saturday ONLY. ...
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4th of April 2018 01:06 PM Link
Come see us thus wekend in booth 831 Just come down 8th a avenue and we can talk bows,food plots, land managment, trucks, girls, atv's.....etc. look forward to seeing everyone and meeting others.
Event https://www.facebook.com/events/172480736666048/
2018 Wisconsin Deer & Turkey Expo
The Wisconsin Deer & Turkey Expo is the state’s premier consumer expo for hunting and outdoor lifestyle enthusiasts. ...
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1st of April 2018 12:06 AM Link
Congrats to this first time turkey hunter lucas miller. Shot this morning during the mentor hunt. We already got his fan mounted and it will be on his wall shortly. Thanks for bringing it over guys. Good luck to all you turkey hunters this season.
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24th of March 2018 12:17 AM Link
Tracks are on the skid steer and tractor maintance is done. Ready for some dirt work amd habitat creating. Anybody have any projects they would like to get done. Let us know.
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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.