How to Scout Whitetail Deer This Summer

How to Scout Whitetail Deer This Summer

Bowhunting’s biggest challenge is getting 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...
Blood Trailing Step by Step

Blood Trailing Step by Step

Broadhead-tipped arrows kill through massive blood loss, which can happen just seconds after impact. During those few seconds, however, a deer can disappear into thick brush and run 100 yards or more. To find animals you don’t see fall, you must follow their blood...
Five Archery Tips for Bowhunters

Five Archery Tips for Bowhunters

Every hunter’s “To-Do List” gets jam-packed as bowhunting season nears, but everyone’s priority is archery practice. These five tips will help you get ready for bow season. Work on Your Release One of archery’s most common mistakes is “punching” the release, which...
Is it Safe to Shoot in My Yard?

Is it Safe to Shoot in My Yard?

Backyard archery ranges make practicing convenient, but be sure your setup is safe before shooting your first arrow. Let’s review what to include when planning a backyard range. Local Laws Start by checking your town or county’s website for archery-related ordinances....
How to Hunt the Wind

How to Hunt the Wind

Have you ever caught a whiff of something delicious while walking around town? Wind currents carried that scent from its source to your nose. If you headed into the wind, you could have followed the smell to a restaurant or possibly a backyard grill. Deer, likewise,...