Bowhunting.com’s 2017 Broadhead Evaluation
Few items in the bowhunter’s world attracts the time and attention that broadheads do. Sure, the bow is the foundation for everything, and the bow will get its moment in the spotlight, but day in and day out broadheads seem to be at the root of all bowhunting camp discussions, debates, questions, and concerns. That’s […]
The 31-Day Preseason Shooting Regimen
It’s not the only month holding 31 days, but it’s still the longest month of the year in the life of a bowhunter. August. It’s the 31-day stretch of time that leads up to the arrival of bow season. Sure, archery antelope season kicks off in August, but the true arrival of bow season begins […]
Hot Gear: Power Through Hide, Bone with Gravedigger Extreme
Bloodsport’s Gravedigger Extreme Cut on Contact head has a fixed blade that plows through hide and bone and expanding blades that continue to tear through organs for a lethal combination. Two new broadheads give deer hunters a powerful 1-2 punch to blast through hide, bone and vital organs with razor sharp fixed and mechanical blades. […]
#LetsGoShooting During National Shooting Sports Month
There are countless celebration days and months in America, and now the shooting sports have one of their own. The National Shooting Sports Foundation has declared August to be National Shooting Sports Month, a time to celebrate one of America’s great pastimes — target shooting — and to encourage newcomers and experienced shooters to #LETSGOSHOOTING. […]
Is EHD Spreading in Kentucky’s Deer Herd?
Kentucky is an up and comer in regards to producing some of the country’s biggest whitetail bucks each year. They routinely put trophy bucks in the books each season. But sadly, a deadly disease may be on the move across the state once again. The realities of nature can be harsh, particularly when deadly diseases, […]
Record-Class Fort Campbell Buck Killed by Vehicle
The giant buck hit and killed by a vehicle at Fort Campbell, located in western Kentucky, on July 27 was still putting on bone as evidence by these huge antlers covered in velvet. (Photo: Fort Campbell Fish and Wildlife) An astounding record-class whitetail buck estimated to be at least 7.5 years old with giant antlers […]
Is This The World’s Biggest Deer Stand?
Go big or go home, right? That apparently applies to the way we build deer stands as well these days. Wisconsin deer hunter, Jesse Kauffman, decided to build a deer stand big enough for his whole family (and friends, too) to hunt from. And while we don’t really know if this is in fact the […]
What Kind of Gear is in Your Deer Hunting Backpack?
While most hunters agree that a backpack is an essential tool for all types of hunting, they often have different views about just what should go into them. I’m a pack junkie. I have packs from more than 15 years ago and some I’ve gotten recently. Big daypacks, small waist packs, shoulder strap packs, packs […]
Legislative Approval Opens Private Land Sunday Hunting
The North Carolina General Assembly recently enacted legislation that will enhance opportunities to hunt on Sundays. This legislation provides immediate changes for hunters on private lands and gives authority to the Wildlife Resources Commission (Commission) and other public landowners to implement new options for Sunday hunting on public lands. Sunday hunting laws have been changed in North […]
Make the Most of Your Warm or Cool Season Deer Hunting Food Plots
Whether you’re planting and maintaining warm- or cool-season food plots, the Firminator can help you with all phases of planting. Warm season food plots, which are extremely attractive to deer, are part of superior management programs for serious hunters. The Firminator is ideally suited for putting in warm-season crops. It combines a heavy-duty disc harrow, […]