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Bowhunting Tip: Setting Anchor Points

Watch as T-Bone and Pitts explain how to find a good anchor point. Click here for more bowhunting articles and videos. Check us out on Facebook .


Bowhunting Tip: Adjusting an Arrow Rest

T-Bone and Pitts explain how to properly adjust an arrow rest on a new bow. Follow along as they explain this process step-by-step. Click here for more bowhunting articles and videos. Check us out on Facebook .


Bowhunting Tip: Setting Up a D Loop

Pitts and T-Bone show how to set up a D loop. Click here for more bowhunting articles and videos. Check us out on Facebook .


Bowhunting Tip: How to Mount an Arrow Rest

T-Bone and Pitts explain how to properly mount an arrow rest on a new bow. Follow along as they explain this process step-by-step. Click here for more bowhunting articles and videos. Check us out on Facebook .


Bowhunting Tip: Checking the Bolts on a Compound Bow

T-Bone and Pitts explain how to properly check the bolts on a new bow. Follow along as they explain this process step-by-step. Click here for more bowhunting articles and videos. Check us out on Facebook .


Bowhunting Tip: Adjusting Draw Length on a Bow

T-Bone and Pitts explain how to properly adjust the draw length on a new bow. Follow along as they explain this process step-by-step. Click here for more bowhunting articles and videos. Check us out on Facebook .


How to Determine Effective Bow Range

In recent years, archery gear has seen major improvements thanks to new technologies and innovative designs. Because of these advancements today's archers can shoot with extreme accuracy, at distances much greater than once thought possible. While stretching out shot distances during practice is fun, taking long shots in the field...


How to Spin Test an Arrow

Faith. Something every bowhunter has. You may have never realized it, but if you’ve fired an arrow at an animal you’ve shown a strong display of faith. You see, once the bow string is released you have no choice but to put every bit of faith possible in the arrow...


How to Select the Proper Arrow Spine

As bowhunters , arrow spine plays a key role in our overall accuracy. Selecting the incorrect arrow can lead to major headaches when it comes time to tune your rig prior to opening day. Here are some tips on how to avoid these tuning issues and what to look for...


2015 Bowfishing Show Kicks Off With a Boatload of Carp

The Realtree.com Bowfishing Show is back and it kicks off with a boatload of carp taken by the Antler Geeks crew in Lake Huron's Saginaw Bay. Tyler Ridenour and Adam Millard are regular visitors to Michigan's Great Lakes and this early-season outing featured off-colored water making for some tougher-than-normal shooting...


How To Adjust Bow Weight

Adjusting the draw weight of a modern compound bow may seem like a simple thing. But there is a right way to do it. Travis "T-Bone" Turner shares his advice on getting the job done right and some important rules for backing out your limb bolts before putting the bow...


T-Bone's Tips: Draw Cycle Defined

If you're a bowhunter, you've heard the term "draw cycle" used plenty. But do you really know what it means? Don't feel bad. Few people understand the nuances of the phrase quite like Travis "T-Bone" Turner does. Good news: T-Bone is sharing that knowledge -- and a free redneck illustration...


T-Bone's Tips: How To Check Cam Timing

Think you're free from the duties of checking your cam timing just because you own a single-cam bow? Think again. Travis "T-Bone" Turner shares advice and guidance on checking the timing of your cams whether you employ a dual-cam, hybird cam or single-cam system. It's quick and it's easy. Get...


15-Yard Files: Female Bowhunter Stares Down Giant Bull Elk at 4 Steps

Annetta Morris has nerves of steel that will put most of us guys to shame. She proved that during the first season of Realtree's 15-Yard Files on bull elk , giant whitetails and big longbeards . But an elk screaming 4 yards away is enough to rattle anyone -- Annetta...


The 15-Yard Files: It's Back for Season 2

Realtree's The 15-Yard Files is back for an all-new 2014 fall season. Cally Morris, owner of Hazel Creek Taxidermy , takes us along for some of the most exciting bowhunting footage ever captured. This year, you'll get to see giant whitetails, spot-and-stalk archery bear hunts and what may be the...


Bowfishing Show: 60-Second Finale

Ah, summer. So nice. So fun. So short. While there is still a fair bit of summer left, the days of the Bowfishing Show have come to an end. For 2014, anyway . . . We wrap up the Bowfishing Show with a highlight reel. A season in 60 seconds...


Bowfishing Show: The Assist

What do you do when the carp simply won't come up from the deep? You improvise. Realtree.com Editor Will Brantley brings Hinton Archery owner Danny Hinton along for a day of bowfishing below Barkley Dam. They employ some rather unusual techniques to arrow some of the lake's ample silver carp...


Bowfishing Show: Sturgeon Bay Smackdown

T-Bone heads to the land of cheese and Sturgeon Bay in this episode of the Bowfishing show. Sturgeon Bay features gin-clear water and expansive flats that offer ideal bowfishing conditions. Part of Lake Michigan, Sturgeon Bay boasts a wide variety of fish to target -- and T-Bone and the Whitetails...


Bowfishing Show: The Bratwurst Shoot

Realtree.com Editor Will Brantley shows off his archery skills (or his incredible luck -- we've not yet decided which) on small gar in a self-described "bratwurst shoot." The action is fast, it's furious. The accents are thick. The fish are small. But the fun is big. It's the Realtree.com Bowfishing...


Bowfishing Show: Epic Tailrace Shooting

Big fish are where you find them. This week, Realtree editor Will Brantley and his buddy Tim Daughrity tackle the treacherous waters below Kentucky Dam, where the boils create challenging shooting and navigation conditions alike. But the action is fast and furious. Silver and bighead carp are everywhere, and the...


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