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How to Become a Better Bowhunter!

In today’s society, the desire for instant results and success has exponentially increased as we creep further and further into the 21st century. Being a consistent, successful DIY public land hunter is like any other sport. It takes time and repetition to become skilled at and never can be truly …

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I Want To Hunt Utah, ##$$#!

  Every nonresident hunter has Utah on the list for places to hunt. If you got into the points game late, most coveted tags are unreachable and this actually goes for residents too. Every year at the sport shows Utah guys complain how they never can get drawn for a …

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The New Mathews Triax

Mathews once again has stuck to the Halon era style bow for 2018, introducing the Triax. Coming off 2017 with the Halon 32, the Triax is essentially a shortened version of the Halon, with a 28” ATA. Now this short ATA scares a lot of shooters off because it is …

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Elk Hunt Prep: Part 2

With summer in its final stages in Nashville, the heat and humidity of the south hits hard when taking that first step outside.  Being an early riser, I like to take full advantage of waking up before the kids and enjoying the solitude and comfortable temperatures while getting my workout …

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Driven: Bowhunting 365

  You get out of hunting what you put into it.  The harder you work, the more you endure, the better you will get. The better you get the more consistent results you will have. When you get a chance at a big buck or big bull and have prepared …

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