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Hot New Archery Gear for 2014

by John Geiger 0

We bowhunters love our gear. Game & Fish takes an up-close look at some of the new bows and accessories on the… more »

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‘The Hunted’ Will Scare You Out of the Treestand

by Charlie Puckett 0

As the saying goes, nothing makes a buck bigger than almost being shot. Normally. But in the remote whitetail woods of… more »

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28 New Compound Bows for 2014

by Tony Peterson 0

The latest and greatest compound bows have hit the market. Whether you’ve got an extra $1,000 squirreled away for the top-of-the-line… more »

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Top New England Public Land Archery Hunts

by Al Raychard 0

Unfortunately, access to private land is becoming more difficult these days, which leaves public land the only viable option for… more »

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How to Rattle Bucks in the Late Rut

by John Geiger 0

A high density of bucks and a pair of antlers to smash together can produce some intense deer-hunting action. John… more »

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5 Steps To 15 More Yards of Effective Bow Range

by Tony J. Peterson 0

Here’s a plan to effectively and ethically extend your effective bow range on opening day.

Ronnie Stevens with his buck shortly after recovering the deer. The rack grossed an even 195 and netted 187 7/8, making it the 5th-largest typical ever taken in Ohio.  Photo courtesy of Ronnie Stevens.

The Ronnie Stevens Buck: An Ohio Giant

by Tom Cross 1

Ronnie Stevens exchanged the memory card in his trail camera, turned the power back on and latched the door closed…. more »

Dan O’Brien’s huge non-typical scored 217 2/8 inches. It is the second largest Connecticut nontypical by Pope & Young standards, and the largest by Northeast Big Bucks Club standards. Photo courtesy of Dan O’Brien.

The Dan O’Brien Buck: A Connecticut Giant

by Jeff Brown 0

Here’s the story of a massive nontypical taken last season by Connecticut hunter Dan O’Brien.

In most cases (except where they are forbidden by law) a wide-cutting mechanical broadhead is the best avenue to bringing spring gobblers to hand. Cutting diameters of 1 1/2 to 2 inches turn marginal hits into kills.  Photo by Patrick Meitin.

Bowhunting Turkey Made Easy

by Patrick Meitin 0

Last spring I tagged my 60th archery gobbler, a total assembled from across the nation and including all the North… more »

Bring your draw weight down 10 pounds or so. You'll likely have to hold at full draw longer than you would on your average deer hunt. Photo by Tracy Breen.

Tactics For Bowhunting Turkey

by Tracy Breen 0

Adjust your deer bow to increase your chances of joining a fairly exclusive club.

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