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          Remote trail cameras give researchers and hunters new insights into deer behavior at

Scrapes: What Value in Hunting?

C.J. Winand - November 04, 2010

Remote trail cameras give researchers and hunters new insights into deer behavior at

              By Randy Ulmer    Nothing will cause more muscle tension and shot anticipation than a

Use the Right Release Aid

Randy Ulmer - November 04, 2010

By Randy Ulmer Nothing will cause more muscle tension and shot anticipation...

              By Randy Ulmer    In the last column, I talked about shooting flaws that produce

High/Low Groups

Randy Ulmer - November 04, 2010

By Randy Ulmer In the last column, I talked about shooting flaws that produce

              By Randy Ulmer    Theoretically, when you shoot a group, no matter how big or small,

Group Shape Tells Tale

Randy Ulmer - November 04, 2010

By Randy Ulmer Theoretically, when you shoot a group, no matter how big or...

              By Randy Ulmer    For bowhunters, the only shot that really matters is the very first

The First Shot

Randy Ulmer - November 04, 2010

By Randy Ulmer For bowhunters, the only shot that really matters is the very...




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Many big game animals will jump the string -- that is, react to the sound of

Beat String-Jumping Deer

Randy Ulmer - November 04, 2010

By Randy Ulmer Many big game animals will jump the string -- that is, react to the sound...

              By Randy Ulmer    If you're anything like me, when a big buck comes in close, your

Plan Of Action For Treestand Hunters

Randy Ulmer - November 04, 2010

By Randy Ulmer If you're anything like me, when a big buck comes in close,...

              By Randy Ulmer    In the western mountains, bowhunters just don't get very many shots

Shoot Accurately in the Mountains

Randy Ulmer - November 04, 2010

By Randy Ulmer In the western mountains, bowhunters just don't get very many...

              By Randy Ulmer    One of the quickest ways most of us could improve accuracy would be

Shorten Your Draw Length

Randy Ulmer - November 04, 2010

By Randy Ulmer One of the quickest ways most of us could improve accuracy...

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