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How to Set Up Your Release for Bowhunting

The release is a crucial step (maybe the most important) in the archery-shot process. It takes constant work, and practice to see and feel overall improvements. Check out these tips from Travis "T-Bone" Turner on how he sets up his release for bowhunting. Don't Miss: Perfect Your Release for Your...


Bow Reveal: Introducing the New 2019 Bear Divergent

This new bow has been hyped up for days. And quite a buzz it’s created. The new Divergent is hot off the press and ready for the deer woods. This new bow feels great in the hand. It’s quiet and sports minimal vibration. Plus, it’s fast. But don’t take my...


Archery Shooting Form: The Perfect Bow Grip

Torque is archery accuracy’s worst enemy. You can line up everything precisely while aiming, but twist the shot off axis at the moment of release and everything turns to garbage. Seventy-five percent of torque is created by the bow hand, the only point of contact with the bow following release...


How to Travel with Arrows and Broadheads

Today, we talk about traveling with arrows and broadheads and how to keep them protected. There are plenty of mistakes that can be made. Avoid them by heeding this advice. Don't Miss: 10 Bowhunting Sins Are you a bowhunter wanting to learn how to accomplish your goals? Check out our...


4 Types of Releases for Bowhunters

Choosing a release aid is like choosing a wife. She's got to be just right in order to take that super dive into the deep end. And like women, no two are created equally. Different materials are used, steel tolerances and quality are never the same, price tags are rarely...


10 Bowhunting Tips to Help Fill Your Tags

Having some trouble filling tags in the woods and on the prairie? Check out these 10 tips to improve your skills and be more successful in the field. 1. Boost Confidence Despite conventional wisdom, one way to increase shooting confidence is to shoot less. Too much target practice can wear...


Beat Target Panic This Summer for Better Shooting This Fall

If you've been shooting a bow more than 10 years, you have target panic. Yes you do. On a scale from 1 to 100 you may show symptoms on a level 25, but it's there I assure you. When target-panic affliction reaches levels higher than, say 50, it's absolutely affecting...


How to Travel with a Bow Case

Do you travel to hunt? Fly from point A to B with hunting gear in tow? Packing can be a challenge, especially with all of the necessary items. Here's how to make it easier. Don't Miss: 5 Great New Bows for 2018 Are you a bowhunter wanting to learn how...


How to Wax Your Bow String

Proper maintenance care is a huge part of keeping your bow in top condition. Take care of it and it will take care of you. Properly waxing your string is part of that. Here's how to do it. Straight from the mouth of Michael Pitts. Don't Miss: How to Store...


Archery Tip: Using Sight Tape with Single-Pin Sights

Do you use a single-pin bow sight? Thinking about buying one? Check out these tips to improve accuracy. Don't Miss: 10 Bowhunting Sins Are you a bowhunter wanting to learn how to accomplish your goals? Check out our stories, videos and hard-hitting how-to's on bowhunting . Follow us on Facebook .


Archery Tip: Using Lighted Nocks for Bowhunting

Are you a bowhunter? Yet to jump on the lighted-nock bandwagon? You should. It's a good wagon to be on. Don't Miss: Lighted Nocks: Lessons Learned From a Bad Shot Are you a bowhunter wanting to learn how to accomplish your goals? Check out our stories, videos and hard-hitting how-to's...


Travis "T-Bone" Turner Explains the Draw Cycle on a Bow

A compound bow might seem incredibly difficult to understand for the new bowhunter. That doesn't have to be the case, though. Here's a detailed look at what the draw cycle is on a bow. Don't Miss: The Parts of the Compound Bow Are you a bowhunter wanting to learn how...


The Best Tip for Archery Practice

The common cliché that "practice makes perfect" is only a half-true statement. It should be, "perfect practice makes perfect." See what Kip Campbell with Red Arrow TV has to say about practicing for fall. Don't Miss: The Parts of the Compound Bow Are you a bowhunter wanting to learn how...


Making the Best of Pronghorn Bowhunts After Heavy Rains

Water-hole hunting is where it's at for high-odds archery pronghorn hunts. This involves plenty of work before the hunt, but is typically the surest way of collecting antelope with a bow. It also lends itself well to the sweltering weather of early season hunts. There's only one potential problem with...


Tips on How to Fletch Your Own Arrows

Arrow fletching might sound simple, but it can be easy to mess up if you don't pay attention. Here we have Ralph Cianciarulo from Archer's Choice explain his process on how to fletch the perfect arrow. Don't Miss: The Parts of the Compound Bow Are you a bowhunter wanting to...


How to Find Your Dominant Eye for Archery

Do you want to get into archery? There's something you need to know before you begin shooting. In this video, Ralph Cianciarulo from Archer's Choice helps you find your dominant eye. Don't Miss: 10 Off-Season Archery Tips from the Pros Are you a bowhunter wanting to learn how to accomplish...


How to Broadhead Tune a Bow

There are few things more important before opening day of archery season than broadhead tuning. It doesn’t matter if you’re hunting turkeys on the back 40 or chasing some type of exotic sheep in a far off land. All the preparation in the world is useless if you can’t hit...


Quiz: Do You Really Know Bowfishing?

Bowfishing is fun. And there's more to it than you might think. See how intelligent you are on the topic. And then tell on yourself in the comments below. Don't Miss: 10 Top Bowfishing Hot Spots


How to French Tune a Bow

When it comes to bow tuning, there is much debate over which method is most effective. Personally, I think all styles of bow tuning have their place. However, French tuning is the method I use most often. This process only requires shooting a few shots from 3 and 10 yards,...


How to Choose a Broadhead

The topic of broadhead selection usually fuels a fiery debate. For some reason we’ve developed the mentality that we must choose one over the other. However, for the last several seasons my quiver has been stocked with an assortment of broadheads each with an important role. Learn more about what...


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