The reality is that shooting with a quiver full of arrows attached to the bow’s riser does not increase arrow accuracy at the target.
By Michael Corrigan
Today’s archery equipment is so diverse. There are so many choices in every product category— broadheads, arrows, arrow rests, release aids. Ask ten bowhunters to give their opinion on what is the best way to go on any number of equipment choices and you will likely get ten different answers. That is one of the beautiful things about our sport. Personal choice embodies today’s bowhunter, especially in the realm of shooting equipment.
This game is far and away about scouting, trying to go in at the right time and making a surgical-type strike to take out a targeted buck.
By Tim Herald
It’s summer and, as many bow seasons begin in early September, most of us have the upcoming whitetail season on our minds. Recently Realtree’s David Blanton shared some of his early-season whitetail tactics with me, and I am sure all of us can use some of this information to make us better deer hunters.
True Evolution in Concealment: Bringing Science to Hunting
By Michaelean Pike
When you first start learning about HECS, it’s easy to get distracted by all the technical information. There’s the Faraday cage principle, for example, which is the basis for HECS Energy-Cloaking Fabric. You could get caught up in trying to understand electromagnetic field emissions.
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