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Long Range Archery Ethics

Perhaps one of the hottest topics going is archery distance ethics. This is definitely a touchy subject for most and yet almost impossible to define. The first thing I think about is, “why am I a bowhunter?” First off, I love the challenge of getting close to big game animals. …

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New 2021 Mathews V3

This bow review features the Mathews V3 compound bow. The Mathews V3 is available in a 27 and 31 model. Dan Pickar puts the bow through a speed test and sits down to talk design with Mathews engineer Mark Hayes. The bow is quiet, compact and packs some power! It …

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Off Season Bowhunting

Do you want to become a better bowhunter and produce consistent trophies with stick and string? If this describes you, this offseason is your chance to become more efficient and really improve your skills. Pick a sport – the guys that choose to work on their jump shot, work on …

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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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