When the news broke more than a month ago about this stupendous whitetail deer from Indiana, it sent shock waves through the hunting world about the possibility of a record-shattering rack. Turns out, the story is true. Tim Beck’s buck … Read More
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I remember when the first split-limb bows appeared back in the 1980s — before the technology was refined. Archers weren’t impressed, and the design fell away for a decade. Today, split-limb bows are back in a big way. By Bob … Read More
Alabama’s ninth community archery park will open in Northport on March 19, featuring an 11-target adult range and eight-target youth range. The grand opening will be at 1:30 p.m. at Faucett Brothers Park in Northport, just north of Tuscaloosa. The … Read More
Have you begun scouting for deer season yet? If not, you may be missing one of the best times to gain insight on deer movements before spring arrives and whitetails shift their travel routes when more forage is available. Mike … Read More
The white-tailed deer’s popularity is especially augmented by its adaptability and abundance. This malleable herbivore is not only abundant, but it also can live just about anywhere — from our back yards to the deep, dark forests of Canada, providing … Read More
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An urban archery hunt for white-tailed deer in Fort Smith, Ark., will give bowhunters who pass a bowhunter education course more opportunities to go afield during the 2013 season. The Fort Smith area bowhunt is one of several urban hunts … Read More
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Interested in habitat and big bucks? Veteran wildlife specialists discuss great tactics for planning and taking care of food plots, managing habitat including native browse, and getting ready to hunt big bucks!
Word was received Monday afternoon of the death of archery industry pioneer bowmaker Tom Jennings, affectionately known by the moniker “Mr. Compound Bow,” for his decades of innovative bow designs with the Jennings Compound Bow company and subsequent collaborations with … Read More
The Missouri Department of Conservation will host a free two-day bowhunter education class Feb. 25-26. The course is from 5:30-9:30 p.m. on Feb. 25 and from 5:30-9:30 p.m. on Feb. 26 at Central College of the Bible, 911 E. Urbandale … Read More