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A Dose of Motivation – The Path to Elk Hunting Success By Corey Jacobsen (Elk101.com)

I love the month of December. It’s a time when I am finally slowing down and catching up after most of the fall hunting seasons are ending, and I’m able to spend more quality time

Top 12 Arrow Penetration Enhancing Factors

Dr. Ashby’s reports and articles are graciously compiled and published free of charge by the folks at Alaska Bowhunting Supply and are readily available to anyone that visits their website. These reports are a wealth of

The DIY Arrow Saw, By James Dorrett

Feature Image Photo Credit Cedar & Sagebrush Buying an arrow saw is easy but mountain hunting is an expensive obsession. Building your own DIY arrow saw is fairly easy to do with minimal equipment and

Identifying the Enemy- 10 Reasons Western Bowhunters Fail, By Roy Grace

Editor’s Note: We’d like to thank our friends at Western Hunter Magazine for allowing us to re-publish this article from Bowhunting Editor Roy Grace. If you’re a diehard western hunter, WH and EH are two

Tuning Arrows, By James Dorrett

With any animal and any scenario, every single hunter knows that shot placement is everything; but, just because you’re pin wheeling the target every shot doesn’t mean that you actually have perfect arrow flight. In

Primitive Bowhunting Lessons: Papua New Guinea’s (PNG) Bows and Arrows, By Dr. Ed Ashby

Editor’s Note: The Ashby reports are graciously compiled and published free of charge by the folks at Alaska Bowhunting Supply and are readily available to anyone that visits their website. These reports are a wealth

Keeping It Handy – Rangefinder Holster Review, By Nate Simmons

Editor’s Note: We’d like to thank our friends at Western Hunter and Elk Hunter Magazines for allowing us to re-publish this incredibly comprehensive article from Nate Simmons. If you’re a diehard western hunter, WH and

Stepping Back – Reflections on Going Trad, By James Dorrett

In recent years traditional bowhunting has been experiencing a bit of a renaissance. It seems that in this day and age in order to take our passion forward many of us decide to step back,

On Bowhunting and Fatherhood, By Andrew Schaefer

Finally, at 2 a.m. we put our packs on and began packing out my first bull. We’d spent hours looking for him, then hours butchering, and now finally we had hours of hiking ahead of

What’s In The Pack, By Adam Foss

As backpack bowhunters, our obsession with gear will always border on fanatical. Whether packing for the hunt of a lifetime or just a weekend trip, being prepared can make the difference between cutting a tag