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Nikon recently unveiled its newest archery laser rangefinder (LRF), the Nikon ARROW ID 3000. The ARROW ID (Incline/Decline) 3000 is tailored to the rangefinding needs of archers across the globe—whether hunting, shooting 3D, or any other competition.
Movement patterns, feeding, activity periods… they are all bust when it comes to the rut. The rules no longer apply—or do they? If you are looking to maximize your days hunting the rut, you need to read this article.
The story of the American buffalo is one of triumph and tragedy. Today, buffalo (bison) numbers have soared back 500,000 thanks to private ranches and management. These private as well as some public lands are the best opportunity to relive America’s greatest hunt while channeling the spirit of the pioneers and Native Americans. Tag along for an overview of the history and hunt of America’s shaggy brown monster.
Becoming an Outdoors Woman (BOW) workshops are conducted around the country throughout the year and typically offer a half dozen or so individual classes in a workshop weekend. There are lots of fun things to do and different activities from which to choose at BOW workshops. One of the most popular courses women sign up for is archery. Check out this post to discover the advantages or archery.
I cut my G2s in the big woods of the Allegany region of Pennsylvania. In the big woods, you’ll want to key in on mast such as acorns, persimmons and wild apples. Read this article to learn a few valuable summer scouting tips.
In Part Two of From Grassroots To Grand Scale take a closer look at the successful track record of the highly successful Becoming an Outdoors Woman program as well as how so many people, places and business have been affected by the ripple effect caused by BOW.
Looking for something new? Feeling a little out of shape or perhaps wanting to prove your physical superiority. If you answered any of these questions with an affirmative and you like to shoot or bows, there is a sport tailor made for you.
You are different physiologically in the cold. Your blood flows differently. Your breathing will change. You may shiver or hunch more when shooting in cold weather. Tasks that were extremely simple at 70 degrees, such as taking your time, drawing in a deep breath, and slowly squeezing the trigger are all downright unpleasant at 10 degrees. Read this article to learn how to overcome cold weather shooting obstacles and have a successful hunt.