Top Places and Tips to Bowhunt Elk

There’s frost on the dirt path. Sunlight is barely peeking through the leaves that recently turned shades of red, gold and orange. There’s a crispness in the air, but the…

  Jackie Holbrook   BowhuntingFeatured   April 7, 2022

The Bowhunter’s Guide to Hog Hunting

Wild hogs are the most populous invasive ungulate in the United States, and they’re wreaking havoc on native habitat everywhere they call home — especially in Texas. With an estimated…

  Erik Barber   BowhuntingFeatured   April 5, 2022

How to Plan an Unguided Bowhunting Trip (Hint: Start Now)

Whether you want to hunt new terrain or a new species or go on a hunting vacation, America has plenty of opportunities to satisfy your desires. Although you can hire…

  Cassie Gasaway   BowhuntingFeatured   March 29, 2022

Should I Shoot with One or Both Eyes Open When Bowhunting?

Most bowhunters learn to shoot with one eye closed. They’re often taught to close their nondominant eye and use the other to aim through the peep sight and focus on…

  Jackie Holbrook   BowhuntingFeatured   March 24, 2022

Learn About Bowfishing with These 6 Great Resources!

If you have an old bow sitting in the closet or hanging in your garage and you’re looking for something to do this spring and summer, try bowfishing! It’s a…

  Cassie Gasaway   BowfishingFeatured   March 22, 2022

All About the North American Model of Conservation

Residents of Canada and the United States are fortunate to have abundant wildlife populations to pursue and plenty of public lands to use and explore. That’s in part thanks to…

  Cassie Gasaway   ConservationFeatured   March 15, 2022

Sharpen Your Skills with Offseason Bowhunting

White-tailed deer and wild turkeys are the two most commonly hunted species in North America, but plenty of other game animals roam the country. In fact, there are 29 recognized…

  Cassie Gasaway   BowhuntingFeatured   March 10, 2022

6 Reasons to Go Shed Hunting

You don’t have to twist an antler addict’s arm to convince him or her to go shed hunting. But if you haven’t tried looking for shed antlers in the early…

  Joe Shead   FeaturedLifestyle   March 8, 2022

4 Compound Shooting Tips From Pro Archer James Lutz

If you’re going to take shooting advice from someone, you should seek the help of a certified archery instructor, or in this case, a professional archer who shoots for a…

  Cassie Gasaway   BowhuntingFeatured   March 1, 2022

An “Alone” Contestant’s Tips for Bowhunting Small Game

U.S. Fish and Wildlife data shows that only 30% of hunters pursue small game, compared with the 80% that pursue large game. That’s unfortunate, considering all the benefits and opportunities…

  Cassie Gasaway   BowhuntingFeatured   February 23, 2022