Of all the moving parts of a bowhunting outfit, setting up and tuning an arrow rest is trickiest. Do it correctly, though, and your accuracy will improve.
Several steps are involved in proper aiming for bowhunting success, including alignment, acquisition of the target and aiming before the shot.
Timing is all about playing the odds when hunting mature bucks. Nailing that timing offers a huge advantage. Here’s how you can pull it off.
A powerful film documents the struggles of Ret. Master Sgt. Bobby Farmer as he battles PTSD and how bowhunting helped save him from the breaking point.
Settings aren’t the only thing that determine how aggressively some hunters pursue a buck. His personality may play a big role, too.
Wide-cutting broadheads can benefit whitetail recovery — or hinder quick kills. Choosing the one that works best for you and your bow is critical.
My constant practice and constant scouting homework had paid off big time this time, and I celebrated my very first triple-double deer hunt in my life.
When I began hunting one of the most intriguing aspects was how my father could find deer based on the shot placement and what he saw on the ground.
May your deerwoods stink of tarsal goo, and may the buck of your dreams make that November mistake and look the other way when you're at full draw!