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10 Best Exercises for the Hardcore Bowhunter

by Dan Staton 0

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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10 Workout Routines Every Bowhunter Should Master

by Adam Holt 8

One of the things that makes bowhunting so appealing is that it’s so difficult. That’s why I love the challenge… more »

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Tech Talk: How to Pick the Right Arrow for Your Hunt

by Bowhunter Online Staff 1

Here at Bowhunter we know the importance of matching your arrows to the game and the conditions you’ll be facing…. more »

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Dilemmas & Solutions: How to Use Deer Decoys

by Mark Kayser 0

A love/hate relationship would best describe my rapport with whitetail decoys. When they work, whitetails totally ignore their surroundings and… more »

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Tech Talk: How to Properly Use Lighted Nocks

by Bowhunter Online Staff 0

From our point of view here at Bowhunter, few things make shooting an arrow more fun than adding a lighted… more »

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How to Understand Whitetail Deer Sounds

by Mark Morrison 0

It was a typical late-November Minnesota afternoon, replete with steel-grey skies and gusty northwest winds carrying hinted promise of an… more »

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Aggressive Treestand Tactics for Whitetails

by Jace Bauserman 3

It was a no-brainer—my game camera told the tale—at least a half-dozen shooters were cycling past my treestand every day…. more »

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Best of Bowhunter TV: Moment of Truth

by Bowhunter Online Staff 0

No matter how much preparation goes into your bowhunting season, it often comes down to a single moment of truth—sometimes… more »

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Why Timing Your Draw Is Key to a Successful Elk Hunt

by Danny Farris 0

I don’t remember when my dad and I started building Colorado elk points. Doing the backwards math, we had to… more »

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Spot And Stalk: The Art of Hunting on Foot

by Chuck Adams 5

The nice 5×5 mule deer appeared suddenly just before sundown. I was hunkered in a brush blind near a waterhole… more »

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