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Doe Hunting: Why You Should Fill a Tag or Two

by Tony J. Peterson 0

  When I first started bowhunting, we were allowed one tag in my home state of Minnesota. A holdover mentality… more »

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10 Best Tips to Harvesting Your Biggest Buck Ever

by Adam Hays 0

There’s nothing like staring down your arrow at a giant whitetail buck, and very few things can adequately prepare you… 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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5 Top Issues Concerning the Future of Whitetails

by Dr. Dave Samuel 0

In March of 2014, 225 selected stakeholders met with at Cedar Lakes Missouri for the First Whitetail Summit. With help… 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 amongst bowhunters. The focus of most back-and-forth arguments is fixed-blade versus mechanical broadheads. When… more »

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Monster Bucks: Best Bow Kills of 2014-2015

by Bowhunter Online Staff 0

With upcoming whitetail bow seasons in the not too far off future — but still an unbearably long ways away… more »

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Cooking Tips for Tenderizing Your Venison Cuts

by David Draper 0

Anybody can cook a deer steak, but when it comes to the rest of the animal, hunters are often at… more »

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How to Effectively Understand Whitetail Rubs

by Mark Morrison 0

A few years back, my workload was doing an excellent job of keeping me out of the deer woods, keeping… more »

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Mark Alexander’s 193-Inch Kansas Monster Buck

by Mark Alexander 0

I started my bowhunting career in 1975, when I was 15 years old. Like all hunters, I dreamed of giant… more »

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Curt Wells’ 162-Inch Double Decoy Kansas Buck

by Curt Wells 0

When I first picked up his movement, the buck was still at least 50 yards away, yet he was already… more »

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