When to Adjust Your Draw Weight

When to Adjust Your Draw Weight

Draw weight is a measurement of the force required to draw a bow. Bows with higher draw weights generate faster arrow speeds by transferring more energy to the arrow. The result is a flatter trajectory, deeper penetration, and greater likelihood of pass-through shots...
Scout Smarter with Google Earth

Scout Smarter with Google Earth

Scouting typically means hiking for hours to learn a property or discover what’s new on lands you’ve hunted many times before. Either way, time is precious and you should maximize your hours by scouting thoroughly before stepping outside. Satellite-based programs like...
Summer Scouting

Summer Scouting

Bowhunting’s biggest challenge is getting nearly whisper-close to animals. To conquer that short-range challenge, bowhunters gather information from the woods and use those insights to compress a large property into a few key spots. The process of gathering that vital...
Video: What You Need To Start Bowfishing.

Video: What You Need To Start Bowfishing.

Summer is usually a slow time for bowhunters. We do some 3-D shoots and a little scouting, but bowhunting opportunities are scarce. That is, unless you go bowfishing, which is a fun way to get outdoors with your bow and scratch that bowhunting itch. And while you’re...
How to Choose a Hunting Arrow!

How to Choose a Hunting Arrow!

Bows and arrows work as a team to deliver accuracy and bowhunting success. Although bows get most of the attention, arrows are the team’s real stars. Like bows, arrows come in many varieties. Quality arrows match your bow and are made of top-notch materials. Arrows...