Tips & Tactics

Entries for April 2016

Backcountry Fletching Fix

Backcountry Fletching Fix

By Jonathan Kane

Like many passionate bowhunters, I spend a great deal of time honing my shooting skills on the practice range. Typically, I don’t shoot at the same spot with multiple arrows. Stacking several often damages my fletching, especially with broadheads. Even when aiming at different places on the target, sometimes a stray arrow will clip a vane. Wh... READ MORE

Step Up to Your Climber

Step Up to Your Climber

By Tim H. Martin

Here's a dilemma most hunters have dealt with when setting up a climbing stand: You're scouting a new area and finally locate the right tree to give you the perfect vantage point. You can see, shoot and stay upwind, and the way the game trails intersect nearby, you just know this tree is The One to help you ambush a big buck. But there's just one ... READ MORE

Emergency Fire Starters

Emergency Fire Starters

By Tim H. Martin, Travis Wilson & Charles Ward

Lighter Knots (Pine Hearts)  – By Tim H. Martin Recently, I watched a reality TV show where a man and woman were attempting to survive 21 days in the wilds of south Alabama. The location was just a few miles from my old hunting lease. I was dumbfounded when the couple struggled to make fire with a steel and scraper-style fire starter. Fo... READ MORE

Hunting Skills Catch Spooky Fish

Hunting Skills Catch Spooky Fish

By Tim H. Martin

Photo: From an early age, Tim H. Martin was taught to think of fishing as a form of hunting. Scouting and stalking skills helped him ambush and land this hefty bucketmouth. It’s time to wet a line, and because so many Buckmasters fans love fishing, I thought I’d share a philosophy on angling you might not have considered. Angling i... READ MORE

Take a Nap; Kill a Turkey

Take a Nap; Kill a Turkey

By Steve Hickoff

Turkey seasons are in full swing this month in places like the Deep South and even Hawaii. Chances are you’ll encounter some henned-up birds in the process — ones that could care less about your calls. Despite your winter-weary enthusiasm now to hunt spring gobblers, it might be time to scale back a notch or two. Relax. Take a nap in th... READ MORE

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