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Compounds vs. Crossbows

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Each will take a deer at 50 yards. Neither is a perfect weapon. But which is best for you?


Still-Hunting for Thick Cover Whitetails

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Most hunters stay far away from the thickest cover, but that is where the biggest bucks spend most of their time. Our expert offers his tips gleaned from nearly 50 years of sneakin’ and peekin’ success.


Go East, Young Bowhunter!

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That’s sound advice for any Oklahoma bowhunter — young or old! Here’s why. (September 2009)


December Bow Bucks

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Maybe you think December is too late in the season to be looking for a buck to wear your archery tag. Well, these fellows didn’t — and look what they have to show for it! (December 2008)


Big Oklahoma Bow Bucks

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Bucks sporting trophy racks are nothing new to Sooner State archers. Here’s a closer look at some of the big ones that our bowhunters bagged last season.


Pope and Young Double

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Chris Caplinger’s hunt in Oklahoma County last bow season was a short one, because — amazingly — he was able to take two Pope and Young bucks only two days apart. Here’s how he did it.


Ohio’s Finest Archery Deer Hunts

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State biologists expect another record-setting deer season in 2006. Here’s where bowhunters can get a jump on the action on public lands statewide. (August 2006)


Ohio’s New State-Record Muzzleloader Buck

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When Santo Fallo of Niles set his sights on a big 10-point buck, he had no idea he was about to down one of the biggest whitetail bucks ever taken by a hunter. (July 2006)


Ashtabula County Monster Archery Buck

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Rick Hildebrand’s incredible non-typical buck responded not once but twice to a fawn bleat call. The second time was the charm, and another historic moment in Buckeye State deer-hunting history.


Hotspots for Ohio’s January Archery Deer

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Gun season may be over, but some excellent deer hunting awaits Ohio’s bowhunters this month. Here’s a look at 10 of the best public hunting areas for archery action near you.

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