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Browning Hunting Apparel 2012-06-06

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Wolverine Hunting Boots 2012-07-05

Impala Wolverine

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Nelson Ledges 2012-05-30

What a treat this shoot was. Nelson Ledges, in Garrettsville, Ohio, was the perfect spot to be in this early May weekend. This range, owned by Ken and Linda Janecek has only been open since about 1995. The range sits on almost 300 acres of beautifully different terrain.

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Bow Weight Tip 2012-05-29

I may want to hunt Elk or Bear in the future. My question is I am now looking at the new Hoyt Alpha Max 35 and I am not sure what pound draw/weight I should get.

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Grim Reaper Broadheads 2012-07-03

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Mechanical Broadheads Tip 2012-05-29

I am looking for the best set up for my Bowtech for a moose hunt in Maine. I am currently using the two blade Rage for deer and that works well.  Will it work for moose?

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Still Hunting 2012-05-22

 As I eased along the old logging road, I caught movement off to my right. I wasn’t sure what is was at first, but then a whitetail doe stepped out from behind some brush. I froze. She continued to move quietly parallel to the logging road I was on.

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Bow Hunting Practice Tip 2012-05-29

What is the best way to prepare for a bowhunt - Spot targets, or 3-D?

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 Sighting in Your Bow

 

Question: I have a new bowsite, but am having trouble sighting it in, help?

Answer:   This is a common problem for people when first trying to set up a bowsite. The answer is fairly simple, but not easy to come by on your own. When you shoot your bow, shoot enough arrows so that you are getting a consistent group. By that I mean that your arrows are hitting the target consistantly in the same spot. Without a group, you can't know which way to move your site. If you are unable to group your arrows, you may need to get some help from someone concerning your shooting form.

Once you have established a group you can start moving your pins to compensate for your sighting errors. This is fairly simple - move your sight pin in the direction that your arrows are grouping from the bullseye. In other words, if you are shooting high, move your pin up, if you are shooting left of the bull, move your pin left.

All left and right movement, should move all your pins if you have multiple pins. Yardage will be moved one pin at a time.

 

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