November 5, 2017

Gifts of an Outdoorsman

Everybody in the world has some sort of gift. Something that they have a desire for, something that they accel at that others don’t. Personally, I have no musical talent, and I certainly can’t speak in front of large crowds, but I have a passion...

November 4, 2017

Let Go. Let God.

Everybody in the world, Christian or not, wants to live a comfortable life. We generally don’t seek out adversity, or life challenges, and we certainly don’t embrace hardships. We love our comfort zones. But since when do amazing things happen in comfor...

November 3, 2017

Forgiveness in the Turkey Woods

Generally speaking, we are faced with the subject of forgiveness multiple times each day. Sometimes we are the one who needs to do the forgiving, and sometimes we are in need of forgiveness. So how can we forgive those who go against us,...

November 2, 2017

God’s Timing in a Self-Seeking Society

Time and time again, we as human beings find ourselves frustrated. Whether it’s in the hardwoods of Pennsylvania, the flooded timber of Arkansas, or just our everyday routines. We live in a world that revolves around receiving what...

May 16, 2017

One of the most questioned topics throughout the bowhunting community boils down to ethics. What is an ethical shot, and how can you ensure a quick, humane kill on whatever trophy you decide to take a shot at? Through careful thought and consideration, we have decided...

October 17, 2016

As an archery hunter, you have most likely heard of using a mock scrape, but whether you've used one or not is a different story. A lot of hunters make detrimental mistakes when it comes to crafting mock scrapes for a multitude of reasons, mostly including the when, th...

October 4, 2016

You’ve put in the grueling work, endured sweaty days in the hot summer, all in the pursuit for that one trophy animal you can’t help but daydream about. Your trail camera has captured his movement, and you are anxious and set on arrowing your stud.

A lot of hunters, mys...

September 27, 2016

Every archery hunter knows how important treestand placement is. Stands that are set in a huge open grass field are a no-go, open trees are bad news, and shots over sixty yards are just risky. So, as an archery hunter, what can you do to maximize your chances while han...

September 16, 2016

Every prepared bowhunter has deer on his or her hit-list that they would skip their own wedding to get a shot at, but yet 9/10 times, you never see him during shooting light. So, how can you conquer your dream buck? Get in his head. Although every buck has his own char...

September 14, 2016

Every archery hunter has heard of, and rightfully fears the arrival of the October Lull. What is it exactly? In the pre-rut, while the weather is still warmer than any good hunter would prefer, the whitetails seem to just shutdown. But do they really?

According to multi...

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