There has been much debate about taking a rear-end bowshot on a whitetail. First off, is it effective? Second, is it even ethical?
Whitetails make numerous reactions when a bullet or arrow impacts it that can provide useful information. One of the most interesting is the mule kick.
Fiber optic sights for bowhunting are great in low-light situations because they help hunters, but knowing why and how they work is important for success.
How can weight-forward arrow designs — tapered or built-in weight forward — improve your accuracy and benefit your bowhunting pursuits?
Scouting for sign after hunting seasons expire makes good sense because it’s less intrusive, and all of the telltale indicators that mark deer activity during the fall — including the rut — are still highly visible.
When it comes to hunting no rule is ever etched in stone. But avoid these pitfalls and you'll become a much more successful early season bowhunter.
When it comes time to close the deal on a buck or doe, deer hunters know everything has to fall into place to make the best bow shot possible.
One of the most important points in all of bowhunting is to recognize your own shooting abilities and limitations, and stay within them at all times.
After months of camera images, patterning, scouting and hunting, Ohio bowhunter Luke Fabian finally connected with the giant buck he named Hightower.