Monday March 5 is the birthday of the legendary bowhunter, adventurer and hunting ambassador, Fred Bear. He was a true gentleman, and an inspirational friend and mentor to rock and roll bowhunter Ted Nugent. The two shared many a campfire and memorable bowhunt over the years until Fred's passing in 1988,...
More and more women are picking up bowhunting, and they want a bow designed to fit their needs, without sacrificing speed, accuracy or forgiveness. That's where the new Diamond Carbon Knockout compound bow fits in.
Parker Bows, a Virginia-based manufacturer of high-quality compound bows and crossbows, as well as crossbow accessories, is launching the new Poison 30 and 32 flagship compound bows.
Misjudging the range to an animal is still one of the most common mistakes in bowhunting. The Garmin Xero laser rangefinder bow sight is a game changer for that problem since it is an all-in-one tool with too many features to mention. Check out the video to find out more.
Everyone can use a hand hauling gear in and out of the deer hunting woods — and hopefully a lot of venison. Brittany Jill found the Hawk Crawler Multi-Use Cart would be perfect for tons of those deer hunting chores.
D+DH's Brittany Jill takes a close look at the innovative, adjustable, TRUGLO Archer's Choice Range Rover Pro Duo bow sight, and Rinehart Targets' new 3D target lineup designed for both archery clubs and backyard shooters.
Now, without further ado, and in no particular order, are the 2018 Deer & Deer Hunting Top 20 Bowhunting Gear Awards!
Warm, comfortable hunting clothing layers designed specifically for women by NOMAD, and the Easton Archery Bow Slicker bow sling are two more of Brittany Jill's picks for the top bowhunting products from the 2018 ATA Show.
Gone are the days of using oversized, hand-me-down hunting gear from your dad or brothers, as many companies now make great bowhunting gear specifically for women. Deer & Deer Hunting's Brittany Jill shares her Top 10 favorites pieces of bowhunting gear for women.
Ron Shaulis' diligent scouting and scent control tactics finally paid off during the 2017 Pennsylvania archery season. But, his hunt for a gigantic public-land buck took longer than he ever expected.