Outfit Yourself For Bowhunting: Part 1

There are a lot of considerations for a guy getting into bowhunting or making a serious upgrade. Here are some fundamentals and fine points to outfitting yourself for bowhunting that really will improve your chances in the whitetail woods this fall.

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Cutting-Edge Heads: What’s The Best Broadhead?

The jury’s still out on what is the "superior" type of broadhead. Actually, different heads offer different features desirable under different conditions. In most bowhunting situations, any head with sharp, sturdy blades that flies straight will work quite effectively. Yet, most bowhunters have strong opinions on which type of head they prefer.

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Perfect Practice For Bowhunters: Part 1

You’ve dreamed for years and spent weeks in the woods. The moment’s finally arrived: An awesome trophy buck is slinking along a trail, a boulder’s throw from your stand. You’re shaking with excitement, and suddenly confused … how should you aim? “Maybe I’ll be lucky,” you think, as the arrow lurches into flight. But only your hopes die today, as you see the shaft sail harmlessly over the buck’s withers and a bowhunter’s chance of a lifetime crashes away. What happened?

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Beat The Buck’s Nose

Deer, elk and bears depend on their noses to stay alive. It’s their finest sense and first line of defense, and they know it. Their behavior makes the best use of their best sense and that’s what makes them difficult to bowhunt. Your mission then, should you choose to accept it, is to breach that superb double-intake defense. It’s the best thing you can do to up your odds of success.

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