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Good Habits for Consistent Shooting

Posted by Ryan Roberts

Setting the Stage So you’re walking out of the pro shop with your brand new V3 or Solution SD, or maybe it was just a new string and tune up on your PSE Carrera. Either way, the first thing you are going to want to do is fling some arrows. I know this because that’s […]

North Dakota 2020 Public Land Hunt Recap | Tyler Smokes “Twin-Towers”

Posted by Tyler Boyer

From the time I could tie my boots I was always intrigued with the outdoors.  I never knew how important doing things a certain way could play into the success of a hunt until I found myself at the age of seven, out of my comfort of a heated shooting house, and sitting on the […]

Small Property, Big Plans

Posted by GRANT MEYER

Evaluating this small plot: April was the month I first stepped foot on that thirteen-acre piece of land. I immediately fell in love. Right away, I knew I was going to make an offer on that Ohio property and the home that came with it. My fiancé and I had been renting an old farmhouse […]

Trail Camera Ban Put to Vote in Arizona

Posted by Carter Loven

On Friday, December 4th the Arizona Game and Fish Commission voted 5-0 to ban trail camera use in Arizona. This sets a dangerous precedent moving forward for all outdoorsmen across the country. Though this is not the first time that this issue has come up in Arizona. In the last year, this came to a […]

The Dual Perimeter Electric Fence

Posted by Tyler Heeter

The game changer for anyone that is interested in protecting your hard work such as food plots and tree plantings from being over browsed by deer and other wildlife is the Dual Perimeter Electric Fence. This is a relatively new way of protecting your investment in the hunting world. I would like to tell you […]

Pre Rut Stand Selection

Posted by Dalton Will

Whitetail bucks, especially big whitetail bucks, can be notoriously difficult to kill. They are smart, wary, and have particularly keen senses of smell, hearing, and eyesight. However, every autumn, like the leaves around them, much of their intelligence and perception tends to fall away. When this happens, the woods and fields start to look a […]

Timber Stand Improvement

Posted by Tyler Heeter

What is Timber Stand Improvement? Timber Stand Improvement or “TSI” consists of practices designed to produce more and better quality wood products by improving the quality and species of the stand and by increasing the rate of growth of the residual or crop trees in the stand. Only that vegetation competing with crop trees is […]

My First Buck…A Moment 13 Years in the Making

Posted by Josh

The Start of a Passion When people ask a deer hunter about their first time harvesting a buck, typically the story goes something like “I was 12 years old sitting in the stand with dad and a buck stepped out and I shot him.” But the story of my first buck didn’t go that way. […]

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Posted by Matt Whiteley