Bowhunting: The Simplicity Of Shooting With Fingers

Today, far more archers release their arrows using a mechanical release aid than their fingers. Be that as it may, a small cadre of bowhunters believes that they increase their chances of success in the field by using a tried-and-true finger release. Find out their reasons why.

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Preventing Bucks From Going Nocturnal

Keith R. from Alabama writes to ask about the bucks on his 480-acre lease. It seems he and his group saw some good 140-plus class bucks before the season opened, but after hunting started, they just saw sign. “How can we keep these bucks from going nocturnal on us?” he asks.

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Better Safe (Scent) Than Sorry

Ann R. from Alabama
writes to ask a question about scent control. “I’m new to bowhunting,
and am learning about scent control as I go. Walking to my stand last night I
noticed that my jacket was bumping some limbs. Wouldn’t this leave some scent,
or is that something so insignificant that it wouldn’t matter?”

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