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"…I find it much more stressful to be the guide carrying the rifle than the hunter carrying the bow."

Bowhunting Brown Bear

E. Donnall Thomas, Jr. - March 16, 2011

"€¦I find it much more stressful to be the guide carrying the rifle than the hunter...

It still has a bit of an out-of-body ring to it, as if it refers to someone other than me.

Editor. Really?

Curt Wells - March 02, 2011

It still has a bit of an out-of-body ring to it, as if it refers to someone other than me.

Missing a shot might hurt. What really matters is how you bounce back. Here three tales of how a missed shot led to a wonderful trophy.

Second Chance Bowhunting Trophies

February 23, 2011

Missing a shot might hurt. What really matters is how you bounce back. Here three tales of how...

For advanced lessons in gamesmanship, challenge the grand master himself, the mule deer.

Alberta Mule Deer Bowhunting Adventure

E. Donnall Thomas, Jr. - February 23, 2011

For advanced lessons in gamesmanship, challenge the grand master himself, the mule deer.

Hunters' fascination with antlers has led to antler leases, guided shed hunts, trained antler dogs -- and maybe even shed-antler seasons!

Antlers & Antler Dogs

C. J. Winand - February 11, 2011

Hunters' fascination with antlers has led to antler leases, guided shed hunts, trained antler...

Every deer hunter must sometime ask, “When should I hold out, and when should I shoot?”

Bowhunter's Dilemma: Knowing When To Shoot

Dwight Schuh - February 02, 2011

Every deer hunter must sometime ask, “When should I hold out, and when should I shoot?”

Despite having reconstructive shoulder surgery months prior, and hunting two days after the Illinois' gun season during a blinding blizzard, this bowhunter punched a tag on a mature buck relying on his instincts and heart to get the job done.

Overcoming The Odds: Late-Season Public Land Trophy Buck

January 28, 2011

Despite having reconstructive shoulder surgery months prior, and hunting two days after the...

With hide, brain, and eyes removed, a fresh deer skull goes in with the beetles.

Bugs, Skulls, and Deer

C.J. Winand - January 12, 2011

With hide, brain, and eyes removed, a fresh deer skull goes in with the beetles.

You wonder why you see so little backcountry bowhunting on TV? Here's why.

Backcountry Bowhunting Adventures

January 12, 2011

You wonder why you see so little backcountry bowhunting on TV? Here's why.

When two old friends meet on the Wyoming prairies, arrows ­-- and memories -- will fly fast and furious.

Adventure: Bowhunting Wyoming Pronghorn

Curt Wells - December 17, 2010

When two old friends meet on the Wyoming prairies, arrows ­-- and memories -- will fly fast...

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