Practice your Hunting Scenarios- Alan Muzzin discusses the importance of practicing how you will be hunting.

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This is post 2 of 2 in the series “A Bowhunter's Guide to Fitness”

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This is post 2 of 2 in the series “3 Key Steps to White Tail Success” 3 Key steps to White Tail success- Step 2: Getting permission and initial scouting In part one I talked about seeing deer and I hope it helps some people spot more deer. Well now the fun starts. Getting permission on […]

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Shed antler hunting seems to be gaining more popularity ever year, or perhaps its just easier to see how many people enjoy shed hunting now that we live in a world ruled by social media. Either way, I know that personally I love getting out in the late winter or early spring to look for that shed […]

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How to use a Prusik – Phil Taylor describes how to correctly use a prusik hitch with a lifeline. Phil also addresses keeping your prusik hitch dressed correctly, off setting the fishermen’s bend and the definition of “the dead man’s grip” and how to avoid it.  

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Tree stand safety systems used to consist of an old piece of rope that you dug out from the barn and threw in the back of your truck. You tied it around your waist and the tree,  this was a crude way of keeping yourself in the tree. It was some sort of Jimmy rig […]

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Proper shooting form may be a subjective topic for many, but I believe the fundamentals are objective. The point here is that proper shooting form is more important then what brand of bow you shoot, the weight of your arrow, whether you shoot mechanical or fixed, or any other gear related elements that people love […]

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This is post 1 of 2 in the series “A Bowhunter's Guide to Fitness”

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This is post 1 of 2 in the series “3 Key Steps to White Tail Success”

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