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Process Your Own Deer

Process Your Own Deer

by Tony J. Peterson 0

In my household, venison is the number-one source of protein. We mix in plenty of other wild critters, of course,… more »


The New Nikon Arrow ID 7000 VR Rangefinder

by Mike Carney 0

As your chest heaves with heavy breaths from sprinting to the treeline to intercept the gigantic moose, he suddenly appears… more »


ScoutLook: Bowhunt Smarter in the Real World

by adops 0

I don’t know how many times I’ve heard a whitetail expert say that killing mature bucks is all about hunting… more »


Blueprint to a Better Hunting Arrow

by Curt Wells 0

Back in the day, when I was a new bowhunter, I was shooting an 80-lb. Martin Cougar Magnum (sparkle green,… more »


Four Big Reasons Why You Need An X-Stand Ladder Stand

by Tony J. Peterson 0

There are a couple of reasons why I didn’t jump on the ladder-stand bandwagon years ago. The first is that… more »


Five High-Tech Whitetail Scouting Options

by Tony J. Peterson 0

Like it or not, technology is creeping its way into the outdoors. I’m of the opinion that some of it… more »


How to Get the Most out of Your Trail Cameras

by Tony J. Peterson 0

In the not-too-distant past, trail cameras lacked the kinds of features we’ve come to expect from quality trailcams we see… more »

Western hunting demands high-quality apparel due to ever-changing weather conditions.

Pnuma Outdoors: High-Performance Apparel for Hunters

by Tony J. Peterson 0

Western bowhunters understand the need for quality apparel, but midwestern, eastern, and southern bowhunters seem to have missed the memo…. more »


Custom Strings Increase Bow Performance and Accuracy

by Mike Carney 0

There are many reasons why bowhunters go the route of custom string sets, but three are primary: 1. Your current set… more »


Essential Gear for Women Bowhunters

by Tony J. Peterson 0

When we look at the attrition rates of hunter numbers, it’s not a pretty picture. There is a bright spot… more »

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