bowhunting

Gnarly Ohio Whitetail

Take a Look at This Fantastic Gnarly Nontypical Whitetail

Love those gnarly racks with trash and stickers and kickers on ‘em! Check out this buck and hunter’s tale from the 2012 season in Ohio, where this great buck got curious about some grunting and rattling in his area. Bad mistake! —- Want to tip the odds in your favor for taking a buck...

You can't whack 'em if you don't practice. Practice!

Nugent Admits He’s A Hellraising Campfire Party Animal

I am a party animal. No really, a die-hard, take no prisoners, wild eyed bushytailed over the top hellraising party beast of the extreme kind. But in this world of politically correct semantics gone beyond mad, I feel it critically necessary to explain what my idea of a party is, versus the bastardization of...

Public Land Bowhunter

Fantastic Tips for Public Land Deer Hunts

Do you hunt public land and if so, what are your expectations for a successful hunt: meat or antlers? Can you have both? Can you enjoy hunting public land knowing others may be around you or walk in on you, or not have the same expectations you have? Check out this clip from Deer...

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Never Forget Our Bowhunting Founding Father, Fred Bear

by Ted Nugent March 5, 1902, in a freezing cold brutal Pennsylvania blizzard, a man-child was born. We never know when, where, how or who amongst us will pursue the American Dream in what manner, shape or form, but in this case, the birth of Fred Bear would so powerfully impact so many in...

Small Buck

Pay $2,000, Face Jail Time for Shooting a 4-Point?

How would you like to face the possibility of losing your deer hunting opportunities for more than three years or five years and paying thousands of dollars in penalties for shooting a buck that was previously legal and, in fact, is legal to hunters over most of the state? By Richard P. Smith  That’s...

Ted Nugent with Great Buck

Have Anti-Hunters Written Our Game Laws?

In Part 2 of our interview with Ted Nugent, we address several hot-button topics that always stir debate among hunters whether it’s during the season, at the coffee shop or in deer camp after the hunt is over. What issues? Well, how about baiting for deer, hunting with lighted arrow nocks and mandatory antler...

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With a Borrowed Camera, Pat Reeve Launched a Career

Widely regarded as two of the most knowledgeable bowhunters in the industry, Pat and Nicole Reeve are well-versed in the art of deer hunting and now they’re sharing their expertise with a new audience in a new book. Trophy Whitetails with Pat and Nicole Reeve offers fans of Driven TV and hunters around the country the chance to learn more...

Muzzy Phantom SC

How Utterly Devastating Can This Deer Hunting Broadhead Be?

Some bowhunters like speed, some like rib-busting energy and power. You may find both with Muzzy‘s new Phantom SC fixed-blade broadhead. When I saw this at the ATA Show a few months go, my first reaction was surprise. It’s stout, with thick blades and the appearance of a devastating little missile. A devastating little...

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Five Great Deer Hunting Tips to Get Completed Now

Deer season is over, with maybe the exception of a late urban hunt somewhere, and most hunters I know are either thinking about turkeys, fishing, their kids’ spring sports or they’re making plans for work at camp. Ah, the work never ends. Right? Well, it doesn’t. Or, it shouldn’t. Let your yard go for...

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State Finally Amends Archaic Law Banning Hunting on Sunday

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe has signed Sunday hunting into law, allowing Virginia to join the 40 other states that allow hunting on privately owned lands on Sundays. Sponsored by Delegate Todd Gilbert, and cosponsored by many members of the Virginia Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus, HB 1237 passed the Senate on Feb. 18 (28-11) after clearing the...