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Vital Shot Placement Tips for Bowhunters

Over the years, I've seen or heard of many bow-taken deer that were shot through the liver. Had the arrow been a touch farther back, chances are the deer would never have been found. I've also heard horror tales of deer that were hit too low or too high in...


3 Off-Season Archery Tips

It's easy to become complacent during the off-season. But you can't do that. Here are three tips for staying on top of your game. Don't Get Grounded It's often difficult to think of fall bowhunting early in the year, but regular archery practice can never begin too early since it...


A Royal Deer Hunter

EDITOR'S NOTE: Every day here at Realtree, we get e-mails from hunters who want to provide feedback or share their hunting experiences with us. We love to received these e-mails and look forward to responding to them. Sometimes we receive very unique e-mails that really catch our attention. Recently, a...


America's Best Redneck Reveals His True Hunting Colors

The following phone interview took place about a couple of weeks ago. At that time, Willy and Billy were on location in Willy's basement. Willy was gratious enough to spare a few precious minutes to let you all in on a little secret. The secret is this: THE INCOMPLETE DEER...


Realtree Rewind: Don Kisky's 213-Inch Giant

Hunter: Don Kisky Game: Midwestern Whitetails Where: Southern Iowa Hunting Method: Bow Phase of Season: Pre-rut. Dates Hunted: November 1, 2002 Wind Direction & Weather Conditions: It was 19 degrees with a 5 mph Northwest wind Stand Location: Weedy field-edge scrapeline At first light we saw that split G-2 buck...


Outfitting The Fridge

Every now and then, pop culture in America gets a permanent fixture. In the case of NFL Legend William “The Refrigerator" Perry, he’s more of an appliance than a fixture, but he seems permanent nonetheless. BORN TO PLAY HARD You really didn’t have to be a Chicago Bears fan to...


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