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Cover Your Hands
As hunters we do all kinds of things to keep our scent covered. Remember when climbing into or out of your tree stand to make sure and keep your gloves on at all times.

Twilight Shooting…Are you prepared?
One thing I thought about recently relating to simulating field hunting conditions is practicing in low-light conditions. All of our practice in the back yard is more than likely done during daylight hours, I have never thought to shoot in twilight ...

Check your Carbon Fiber arrows and Check them well!
Just about everybody is using carbon arrows these days, and for good reason. They're durable, light, versatile and accurate. There was a time when many hunters resisted the change to carbon arrows, largely based on tales of meat contamination and s...

Be Ready Just In Case
You never know when the opportunity may present itself so when bowhunting from a fixed position (treestand or ground blind), keep an extra arrow within easy reach.

Backup Plan
If you use a release aid when shooting a bow and most bowhunters do, You should consider carrying an extra release while hunting.

Know What Is Around You
Sometimes we hunters overlook the simple things. Maybe it’s because we get excited, or maybe we just get complacent. Other times we’re just not as sharp mentally as we should be.

Sweet Spot
A vast majority of missed whitetails happen because the archer shoots over the deer. When a whitetail hears a bow shot, its body reacts faster than the arrow arrives. Its natural response to any unknown noise is to treat it as a threat. How do whi...

Zoning In
Most of you probably practice using a square, compressed-foam target. They're great. They last a long time, and arrows pull free easily. But shooting at square or bag targets feels different from shooting at a deer shape.
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