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7 Cutting-Edge Pruners and Saws for Preparing Shooting Lanes

by Tony J. Peterson 0

For more on how to prepare shooting lanes for the season, check out this Tech Talk segment from Bowhunter TV…. more »

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8 Best Bow Targets Right Now

by Tony J. Peterson 0

See why you should consider using 3D targets for your practice sessions this season in this Tech Talk segment from… more »

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Best New Gear for Chasing Urban Deer

by Bob Humphrey 0

Deer hunting has changed in many ways, not the least of which is the abundance of hunting opportunities that now… more »

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7 Release Aids That Will Tighten Your Preseason Groups

by Tony J. Peterson 0

If you ever get the chance to chat with a talented target archer, ask him or her about release choice…. more »

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How ALPS OutdoorZ is Changing the Way Bowhunters Pack

by Tony J. Peterson 0

Let’s be honest here. Western hunters understand backpacks, but whitetail hunters generally don’t. This is partially out of necessity, considering… more »

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10 Must-Have Bowfishing Products for 2015

by Tony J. Peterson 0

I thought that by now we would have seen the high-water mark as far as bowfishing enthusiasm is concerned. We’ve… more »

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3 Reasons Why You Should Try Wac ‘Em Broadheads

by Tony J. Peterson 0

Broadhead debates are alive and well amongs bowhunters. The focus of most back-and-forth arguments is fixed-blade versus mechanical broadheads. When… more »

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Mathews Monster Wake Bow Review

by Curt Wells 0

First impressions are always interesting, whether you’re meeting a stranger or pulling a new bow out of the box. When… more »

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8 Best New Turkey Calls for 2015

by Tony J. Peterson 0

I had a conversation with a fellow turkey hunter this past winter where the talk turned to calling. He told… more »

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10 New Arrows That Will Produce Tighter Groups

by Tony J. Peterson 0

The difference between so-so arrows and top quality, precision-matched shafts is imperceptible to the naked eye. I firmly believe this… more »

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