Bowhunting Bullfrogs – Amphibious Assaults

Bowhunting Bullfrogs - Yes, you read that correctly—bullfrogs. The North American bullfrog is native to most Eastern states, but has been introduced essentially coast to coast. I have shot them in New York and Georgia, but also in Western states as widespread as Texas, Colorado, New Mexico and Idaho. It is simply amazing where you’ll…

Feradyne Outdoors Acquires Scent Crusher

Feradyne Outdoors Acquires Scent Crusher : Superior, WI — FeraDyne® Outdoors, a multi-brand family of archery, hunting and outdoor industry products, announces the acquisition of Scent Crusher®. Developed from NASA based research, Scent Crusher® is the category leader in ozone-activated technology used to effectively eliminate odors on clothing and gear. The addition of Scent Crusher® complements…

Is A Texas Exotic Hunt For You?

Is A Texas Exotic Hunt For You? - Some bowhunters are happy plying away the days between the end of spring turkey and beginning of early deer seasons bowfishing, competing in 3D tournaments, fishing and mowing lawns, allowing their bows to gather dust until a few weeks before fall season opener. Still others can never…

HUNTING SURVEY

"Have you ever used an e-bike as hunting transportation? Are you interested in e-bikes? Why or why not? G-Force Consulting is gathering information on how e-bikes fit into the overall market for hunting transportation. We're asking hunters to share their opinions for just a few minutes to help our anonymous client create a better hunting…

Isn’t It Time You Bowhunted Black Bears?

Isn’t It Time You Bowhunted Black Bears? - Bowhunting black bears offers pure excitement and a unique prize no trophy room should be without. While not all states and provinces offer spring bear seasons, black bear hunting is available in a few Western U.S. states and many Canadian provinces through the months of May and…

Extending the Life of your Trail Camera

Beat The Elements Extending the life of your trail camera - Humidity and rain, can cause condensation problems in your trail cameras with the change of temperature outside. A system to minimize some of these problems might be to place a single silica gel pack in the housing of your trail camera , this will help eliminate or reduce…

Spring Turkey Hunting Tips

Turkey hunters become addicted to the vibrant tail fans, reverberating gobbles, warm spring days and the in-your-face action these birds provide. In addition, they are a very worthy bowhunting adversary. These birds spend 12 months a year dodging predators like coyotes, foxes, bobcats and hunters. Their beady eyes miss nothing, and their ears can detect…

Turkey Hunting: Bowhunting Turkeys – Tips and Tactics

Turkey Hunting: Bowhunting Turkeys - Tips and Tactics From March 2, 2017 by Dana R. Rogers I love bowhunting turkeys, being fortunate enough to chase them in several states successfully over the years. The old adage is definitely true when it comes to bowhunting wild turkey: Roosted doesn’t mean roasted, but if you get on…

Shed Hunting – Finding Antlers

Shed Hunting - Finding Antlers Shed hunting is the pursuit of naturally shed antlers by antler-bearing animals like elk, moose, caribou, and deer. Shed hunting is quickly gaining popularity as an excuse to scout new hunting grounds and a way to nurture those hunting urges. This pastime hobby dates back to prehistoric times, but still…

Primal Treestands – Treestand Safety Descender

Treestand safety is perhaps the most important thing for a new archer to learn, and something every hunter is reminded of year in and year out with falls being the most common archery hunting accident worldwide. Despite all the horror stories, awareness campaigns and innovative safety gear, treestand-related accidents remain the most common cause of…

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