Archive for bow hunting

The Rage X-Treme Broadhead

There is a lot of debate on whether mechanical broadheads can do the job of fixed blades. Doug Howlett put one of the most popular to the test.

July 27, 2012

MidwayUSA Announces Crossbow Sweepstakes

MidwayUSA is giving away a bowhunting gear package, headlined by the new Horton Fury crossbow.

July 19, 2012

The Barnett Quad 400

Barnett has refined one of its most popular models with the latest edition of the Quad 400.

July 18, 2012

Shoot Twice as Well

Here are four tips that will help you increase your accuracy with your bow.

June 18, 2012

Parker Bows Introduces Pin Point Crossbow Scope

New RED HOT brand scope is designed to compliment your laser range finder and is lightweight, compact and durable.

June 07, 2012

Rage Outdoors Announces New Chisel-Tip Broadhead

Rage has combined its rear-deploying SlipCam technology with a new chisel point to create its latest broadhead.

March 08, 2012

Carbon Express Releases New CX Precision Nock

New four-axis design increases power transfer and accuracy.

December 09, 2011

Should You Move Your Stand?

During the whitetail rut there are two schools of thought when it comes to hanging stands. The first is that it is best to scout well before the season and get your stands set long before it is time to hunt, thus minimizing human impact in the core hunting area. This is a great strategy as I am a firm believer in the fewer humans set foot on the ground in the hunting area the better.

November 29, 2011

Whitetail Season: A Killer Funnel

Bill Winke discusses deer activity during this late-November time period and how hunters can take advantage of that by finding hot funnels that bucks use during the

November 23, 2011

Will Culling “Inferior” Bucks Improve Deer Herd?

By Bob Robb

As deer seasons begin to unfold, one question that always crops up in camp is the culling of so-called “inferior” bucks—which for most means deer with small or weirdly-formed antlers. You still see so-called “professionals” on the cable TV hunting shows taking “management bucks,” but most of that action occurs in Texas under high fence operations. But the real question is: Does shooting these bucks really help the health and composition of your herd?

September 16, 2011

Blo Glo?

By Bob Robb

After 35 years in the hunting and shooting business, I have seen a lot of different products come and go. Some have been good, while some have left me asking, “How could this gizmo help me have more fun and be more successful in the woods?”

August 22, 2011

When to Hunt: Bull Elk Before and After the Rut

Bowhunters who concentrate only on the peak of the rut pass up some of the best elk hunting of the season.

July 20, 2011

Build Your Own Arrows

You might be able to save a little bit of money by building your own arrows, but the No. 1 priority is to produce a more accurate projectile.

June 21, 2011

Get Started Bowhunting: Buying Your First Bow

Here's what every first timer needs to know when weighing the numerous options for buying a bow at a local shop or big-box store.

April 22, 2011

Lessons Learned from Last Deer Season

Bob Robb measures hunting success by the quality of the experience, the people hes shares camp with and the lessons learned. And last year he learned a lot.

April 06, 2011