Shot Placement 101: Part 1

Shot Placement 101: Part 1

The most important factor in achieving an effective killing shot is placing your arrow in the vitals. Shot placement combines angles and anatomy to determine where to aim at a deer. If done correctly, your arrow will go through the vital area – the lungs and the heart...
Find Edges and You’ll Find Deer

Find Edges and You’ll Find Deer

White-tailed deer prefer diverse habitats, especially sites where different habitat types come together, which is called an “edge.” Any habitat change can create edges, but an obvious example is where a woods meets a field. If you visit a soybean field in late summer...
10 Archery Tips for Bowhunters

10 Archery Tips for Bowhunters

Bowhunting demands accurate shooting under intense pressure. To prepare for the season, bowhunters must practice while trying constantly to improve. Follow these 10 accuracy-boosting tips to achieve your shooting goals. Master the Basics Have you taken archery lessons...
Treestand Tips for Beginners

Treestand Tips for Beginners

Treestands get you off the ground to improve your view, shorten shooting distances, and help conceal you while bowhunting. Getting 16 feet above deer is an advantage, but if you’re new to treestand hunting it’s normal to feel uneasy the first time you climb aboard....