You should always familiarize yourself with the basics of treestand safety. But, are there any special safety precautions you should take if a crossbow is your hunting tool in a treestand?
Today's high-performance crossbows require specific maintenance practices to keep them accurate, dependable and safe. Learn about the four main areas that need attention.
As crossbow use continues to rise throughout the ranks of deer hunters, some common questions arise. One that often pops up is what to do when the crossbow is cocked, but won't fire.
Still-hunting is a longtime deer hunting tactic that is often overlooked for late season outings, when stealth and patience can help you be successful.
How many times have you heard other hunters say you can’t pattern bucks during the rut? Truth be known, rutting bucks are every bit as patternable as non-rutting bucks, especially during the breeding phase.
Funnels and pinch points often are discussed by hunters, but do you know the best hunting tips for these two critical areas used by deer?
As more crossbow hunters take to the trees to hunt deer, they must address the same safety concerns as rifle and vertical bow hunters — and more.
As crossbow manufacturers continue to push the speed envelope, trade-offs and compromises emerge. And the question arises: How fast is fast enough?
Achieving a well-balanced hunting machine requires a good mix of speed and accuracy when you're designing a crossbow for deer and big game hunters.