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Florida Bow Season on Destination Whitetail!

The team from Destination Whitetail heads to south Florida for the opening day of the 2012 deer season, the first whitetail season in America! Be sure to tune in to see what happens on the crew’s opening morning deer hunt and check out these photos from our visit to steamy summertime Florida! Check out...

Gail Martin, right, during his induction into the Archery Hall of Fame.

Gail Martin, founder of Martin Archery, Dies at Age 89

Gail Martin, founder of Martin Archery he began with his wife in the early 1950s, died July 21 at Providence St. Mary Medical Center in Walla Walla, Wash., due to complications from heart failure. He was 89. Martin and his wife began the company by creating strings and fletching arrows at their kitchen table....

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No Bows on National Park Lands?

Did you know it’s illegal to transport a bow through a national park? Apparently it is, because U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) has included a provision in her new Sportsmen’s Act of 2013 that would allow legal transport of hunting bows (and others, we presume) on national park lands. We saw the snippet in...

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Some of Florida’s Biggest Bucks

Bow season opens in less than a month in Florida’s Zone A in the southernmost part of the state, take a look at some of the biggest bucks ever killed in the state. These mostly come from the north-central and Panhandle area. They’re great bucks with B&C scores ranging from 146 to 179. Florida...

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Hit The Range For Summer 3D Archery

Summer’s a great time to hone your skills and enjoy some competition at a 3D archery range. One great thing is kids and families can be involved and everyone has a super time! Whether you’re a novice or veteran, a traditional archer or someone who enjoys the latest speed-cams-techno bows, a day at the...