In many parts of the US, deer season has closed but now is the time to start working towards next year. In fact, there are a few things all of us deer hunters should consider
There used to be a predictable sequence of shooting choices for whitetail deer hunting seasons. First came archery and then the gun seasons.
The hunter spent countless afternoons during the off-season target shooting with his bow. By summer’s end, the arrows consistently hit the center ring of the bull’s-eye square target.
Wind is a crucial factor in determining whitetail deer success. Do you factor in the wind all season or just when it’s bitter cold or during the rut?
Many states require a minimum draw weight of between 35 and 40 pounds for the purposes of archery hunting for whitetail deer and wild turkey. That keeps many enthusiastic youth hunters
Whitetail deer hunting from a tree stand has many distinct advantages. The greatest is the mobility factor. The hunter can move the stand based on changing deer movements with little notice.
For crossbow hunters, a good blind is certainly not a requirement for success, but using one definitely ups the odds as well as adds to the hunter’s overall comfort. However, blinds are ideal when hunting with children, new hunters, and physically-limited hunters.
Summer Prep for Crossbow Hunters By Burt Carey Summer is the perfect time to hone-in your crossbow shooting skills in preparation for the upcoming season. Before sending arrows downrange, though, turn your attention to any repairs or maintenance needed for your crossbow. “Proper maintenance of your crossbow is essential for accuracy, safety, and reliability,” […]
Crossbows Tie Generations Together by Ted Lund Bud Hager had been bowhunting for nearly 50 years that cold, November morning eight years ago when he drew back on his compound bow. “I hadn’t warmed up or stretched or anything,” says Hager. “And all of the sudden, I felt something go.” That something was […]