Tag: Bowhunting Tips

  • Best Tips for Scent Control and Tree Stand Placement

    Best Tips for Scent Control and Tree Stand Placement

    Ever wonder how some successful hunters seem to find the perfect location for a treestand or blind and always see or kill deer? It’s not just luck. Smart hunters know how to study the terrain, wind conditions and deer movements, and then plan accordingly. They’re also careful about scent control, which has a specific role […]

  • Bowtech’s 2017 Three Best New Bow

    Bowtech’s 2017 Three Best New Bow

    Well! Here’s a short look at three new models of Bowtech. Bowtech Reign 6 and Reign 7 Bowtech’s 2017 flagship bows are designed not with one thing in mind, but with everything in mind. The Reign 6 and 7 are ultra-smooth, quiet, powerful and balanced, dominating every category, not just one. Bowtech BT-Mag There’s one […]

  • Hunting Tips:Success With Blind Ambition Fuels Crossbow

    Hunting Tips:Success With Blind Ambition Fuels Crossbow

    As we all known, weather is one of those uncontrollable variables that can really influence the outcome of your hunt. When peak rut hits, deer hunters want to be in the woods all day. However, steady rain and temperatures in the high 30s make that already daunting task seem nearly unbearable. The best you can […]

  • 7 Killer Bowhunting Tips: Using Deer Decoys

    7 Killer Bowhunting Tips: Using Deer Decoys

    Every time my wife, Nicole, and I set up a stand in a tree or on the ground, we look for ways to make that location the best it can be. We try to enhance each stand location by making sure there are one or more calling cards available to deer. What is a calling card? […]

  • 7 Bowhunting Tips: Apple Trees and Other Fruit

    7 Bowhunting Tips: Apple Trees and Other Fruit

    Planting fruit trees or opening the canopy for existing mast-bearing trees is a great way to help deer and wildlife. Every time my wife, Nicole, and I set up a stand in a tree or on the ground, we look for ways to make that location the best it can be. We try to enhance each […]