Bow Hunting Tips

Relax and Stand Close

Ted Nugent: Step-by-Step Guide to Eliminating TargetPanic

OUCH! Must we? The horrible TP word! Now that right there is one hellofa gory subject matter, is it not. I don’t know about you, but just typing that nasty word created uncomfortable, even painful rumblings in my belly, and I do believe I detected a serious flinch by the time I got to...

Magnum Scrape Dripper

Don’t Overlook Late Season Info With Cameras, Scents

Our season is rockin’ along in Alabama with a little more than a month to go before hitting peak rut in much of the southern part of the state. One of the tracts I hunt is mostly hardwoods with rocky terrain. A couple of bedding areas, some nearby open fields on neighbors’ lands and...

TenPoint Stealth SS

With Bows, Watch Out for Potential Snags

While shooting my TenPoint Stealth SS crossbow a few weeks ago I thought about a professional fisherman and a tip he once suggested about wearing hoodies with tie string hanging near his neck. He said whenever he gets a hoodie he’ll either remove the string completely or trim the ends shorter so when it’s...

Steve Bartylla has several great tips for land and whitetail management he'll share on Deer & Deer Hunting TV.

Reduce Your Odor, Bacteria With Bartylla’s Tips

Jim Bianchi, a Deer & Deer Hunting reader from Rochester, N.Y., wrote in to ask a few hunting-related questions after reading Steve Bartylla’s story about scent control in the October issue of D&DH. They were good questions, so we thought we’d pass along Bartylla’s answers. Getting the straight dope right from the source always...

NuFletch

Reading Clues From Your Arrow Before Tracking Your Deer

So, you’ve made what you believe is a good, ethical shot on a buck or doe and then you watched it take off through the woods like you have before. Or maybe it’s your first deer with a bow and you’re so geeked you can’t stand it. Salute! But in either case, getting down...

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Go Long to Set Bow’s Peep for Deer Hunting, Then Work Back

Top tips from the pro competitors and veteran hunters can help when you’re setting up a bow or have questions about strategies in the field. Here’s a good tip from Mathews pro Tommy Gomez about getting your peep sight situated and ready for competition or hunting. When setting your peep sight, I recommend starting...

Jack Wallace big buck

Lower Your Poundage, Improve Your Odds When Bowhunting Whitetails

With deer seasons opening in some states already and on the verge in most others, some hunters are fine-tuning their final preparations before heading to the woods. Bowhunters, especially, seem to sometimes be a little OCD about their gear and routines. But that’s fine, because the challenge of shooting a buck or doe with...