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Best Bowfishing Bow for 2016 – Tips & Reviews

Do you wonder what is the best bowfishing bow?

    Are you looking for the best bowfishing bow? Let’s see what bowfishing is first. A fishing application utilizing special archery equipment, bow fishing helps bowhunters improve their archery skills while extending the territory of bow hunting. Serving as a means to extend the hunting season, archery fishing or bowfishing requires a perfect combination […]

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How to sight-in your bow

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Once you have selected the right sight for your bow and adjusted it for accuracy there is only one more factor that you need to consider. It is just as important to sight your bow, and this is very similar to the steps you followed to line up the sight. Sighting your bow will require […]

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Hunting and Getting Lost

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How many of us have gotten lost when we’re out hunting? I have a few times and it was not something that I want to repeat. This was before even the word GPS was invented (check our Best Hunting GPS Guide). This was back when cell phones were like big brown bricks and had a […]

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The different forms of archery competition

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International competitions in archery are regulated under the rules of the International Archery Federation (FITA). Here are the disciplines listed by FITA: Outdoor Archery The 1440 round: 36 arrows at each distance of 90, 70, 50, 30 meters for men and 70, 60, 50, 30 meters for women. This makes a maximum score of 1440 […]

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You have to learn when to draw your bow

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I remember the first really big buck I ever saw. I was still hunting through an old apple orchard that had become overgrown. It was covered with deer trails and I used to sneak through it using the well worn trails to cover the sound of my footsteps. As I neared the end of the […]

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My first experience with buck fever

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You’re not sick – in fact you’ never felt better.  Twenty feet up in your tree stand, last week of October and the whitetail rut is starting to kick into high gear.  The crunch of leaves gave him away before I ever saw him.  A quick grunt and the crunching comes toward the stand.  I […]

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The importance of scent control when bowhunting

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YOU STINK I had been hunting for the better part of 8 years when I met a friend of a friend who was a hardcore bowhunter with several successful seasons under his belt.  He was turning the corner in becoming a trophy hunter while I had yet to meet success.  He took me under his […]

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