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Tech Talk: How to Fix a Missed Bow Shot

by Bowhunter TV

Nobody likes to miss a shot. Ever. Sometimes missing a shot, however, is more than an exercise in frustration—it presents… more »

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New Compound Bows for 2014

by Tony J. Peterson

After shooting several of the new 2014 bows, I’ve come away with the realization that we may well see more… more »

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9 Reasons Bowfishing Will Make You A Better Big Game Hunter

by Tony J. Peterson

Bowfishing is popular for plenty of reasons; however, the most compelling is that it’s pure fun. Aside from the sheer… more »

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10 Best Trail Cameras and Accessories Right Now

by Tony J. Peterson

To put it bluntly, when scouting cameras first hit the market, most of them were junk. We just didn’t know… more »

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BOWHUNTER TV: Father’s Day Elk Hunt on Full Draw Friday

by Danny Farris

Catch back-to-back Bowhunter TV episodes of Danny Farris’ 2012 Colorado elk hunt with his Dad on Friday, June 13, at… more »

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How to Decoy for Close Shots

by Fred Eichler

Since early man first put a string on a piece of wood and used it to cast a little spear… more »

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10 Must-Have Hog Hunting Products for 2014

by Tony J. Peterson

All animals demand pursuit-specific products, and feral pigs are certainly no exception. From their ability to shed poorly placed arrows… more »

Mathews introduced two new bows to its lineup, the Monster Chill X (left) and Chill SDX.

Mathews Introduces New Monster Chill X and SDX Bows

by Curt Wells

I’ve been a fan of Mathews’ McPherson Monster Chill series since its inception with both the original Chill and the… more »

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10 Best Turkey Destinations for Bowhunters

by Tony J. Peterson

After all of the seriousness of the fall big game seasons, it’s nice to come into spring with plans for… more »

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10 Best Bowfishing Products for 2014

by Tony J. Peterson

In recent years, we’ve witnessed an explosion in the popularity of archery. Nearly in lock-step with that meteoric rise is… more »

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How Deer Management Has Changed in the Last 25 Years

by C. J. Winand

Last summer, I was invited to speak at the 25th Anniversary of the Quality Deer Management Association’s (QDMA) National Convention… more »

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8 Easy DIY Fletching Solutions

by Tony J. Peterson

Late in 2011, my wife gave birth to our twin daughters, and every single person I know made a point… more »

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10 Best Turkey Blinds and Decoys for 2014

by Tony J. Peterson

There’s no question that the key to success bowhunting turkey falls squarely on the shoulders of scouting and being where… more »

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The Story of Lefty: The Journey of a Monster Whitetail

by Curt Wells

Fear. It was the only emotion I felt as I stood in a tree scanning the Iowa landscape. I was… more »

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5 Great Hog Hunting States for Bowhunters

by Tony J. Peterson

While whitetails, elk, and other ungulates seem to get all of the love from bowhunters, the dirty little secret amongst… more »

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8 Must-Have Bow Accessories for 2014

by Tony J. Peterson

In my office, an assortment of outdated bowhunting equipment has found its way onto my shelves. The detritus from years… more »

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10 Best Exercises for the Hardcore Bowhunter

by Dan Staton

What’s a hardcore bowhunter? That’s hard for me to define—most bowhunters I’ve met are committed to the sport and are… more »

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The Curveball Buck: Andy Self’s Trophy Buck

by Scott McIlvoy

In the cold darkness of a November 2005 morning, I climbed out of my truck at one of my favorite… more »

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Tech Talk: How to Build A Scent Control Strategy

by Bowhunter Online Staff

Today’s bowhunter has more and better scent lure options than ever before. We here at Bowhunter have shown you how… more »

What You Need to Know About Treestands

Tech Talk: What You Need to Know About Treestand Safety

by Bowhunter Online Staff

We here at Bowhunter know that every time we climb into a treestand we are taking a risk. Unfortunately, some… more »