Here’s a huge Nuge SALUTE to all those loving, giving, generous, caring volunteers across the land that are having such a powerfully positive impact on young Americans. I hear from groups in all 50 states that have created such positive youth-oriented sporting activities, and I know firsthand the life-enhancing, and actual lifesaving benefits of such volunteerism.
Having spent a lifetime learning from trial and error, I just might very well be as good a guy as there is to offer introductory archery advice to best equip the newcomer to avoid the mistakes that every new archer/bowhunter will face. The general question on how to get started is a doozy, but keeping it real and simple is always the best initial guidance.
I understand the fascination and exploding interest in the amazingly advanced crossbow technology, and salute, support and congratulate all hunters no matter their personal choice in weapon. But I am addicted to the pure archery excitement and thrill that comes from the supreme challenge of getting to full draw at spine-tingling close range to the wary beasts.
Nothing screams such American independence and rugged individualism quite like the hunting lifestyle, and it could very well end up being upon us to make the precarious quality of life upgrade in these trying times.
What’s the healthiest venison? Well, that’s kind of a trick question, because all venison is extremely healthy. In fact, it’s the healthiest red meat on the planet! But there’s lots of different kinds of venison. In fact, that’s a topic in and of itself. Venison, by its very definition, is any type of wild game. […]
The world could use a huge dose of soul-cleansing simplicity right about now, and we who know it and live it hold the answer to all that ails our fellow man. The simple things remain the most important things. Let us strive to keep it that way.
Understand the three broadhead designs to pick the best broadhead for your crossbow.
Balance is only accomplished through sound science, sustain yield, annual surplus harvest. Share it loud and proud from every mountaintop. Teach the world to thank a hunter for clean air, soil and water, and our amazing thriving wildlife in North America.
You don’t have to be an old-school arrow flinger to appreciate this walk down memory lane. It all started last Tuesday during a random texting conversation between me and my longtime friend, who happens to be an archery fanatic from way back. He’s 73, and he remembers hunting with stick and string during those glory […]
Meat hunters are perfect conservationists. Sport hunters are perfect conservationists. Casual hunters are perfect conservationists. Gung-ho hunters are perfect conservationists. And shout it out loud and proud, trophy hunters are perfect conservationists!