By Dustin Jones http://www.highcountrybowhunter.com/ Throughout the summer months it can be difficult for hunters. There is the anticipation for the upcoming archery season with the lull of nothing to hunt. This time of year is well spent scouting for a new hunting spot or making sure the old stand will still be a reliable spot.
By Emily Anderson A general internet search or call to your local Division of Wildlife will easily reveal the fact that women entering the hunting community continues to grow each year. They now contribute millions of dollars each year toward wildlife and habitat programs through hunting license fees, taxes on bows, guns, etc., and donations
By Dustin Jones http://www.highcountrybowhunter.com/ Out here in the west, my style of hunting is mainly spot and stalk, and just like any style of hunting, it requires a lot of scouting to pattern the animal and ensure that you will be hunting in the right area. Once you think you’re in the right area, you
By Emily Anderson How is ethics related to the world of hunting, and why as hunters is it valuable to incorporate into our way of thinking? Let’s first discuss the HOW. To understand how hunting ethics affect the hunter, let’s consider the definition.  According to Webster, “ethics” can be defined as follows:  A system of
By Will Jenkins http://www.thewilltohunt.com/ There’s been a surge in Trail Camera interest, technology and options in the last few years. I started using them about 3 years ago. Recently a few friends and readers have come to me with questions about where and how to set cameras up since they were new to the game.
By Dustin Jones http://www.highcountrybowhunter.com/ Spring is here which means that I am getting closer to chasing antelope and elk. Predator hunting is the only season that I’m hunting right now but there is one more season that I look forward to this time of year. I am taking advantage of practicing and participating in the
By Will Jenkins http://www.thewilltohunt.com/ Now that Deer season is over and we’re gearing up for spring gobbler, summer 3D or Field Archery shoots its time to practice. If you have any amount of land you most likely practice often and alone in your yard without the luxury of having a lot of input from other
By Albert Quackenbush www.SoCalBowhunter.com Picture this. You are running up or down the mountain and come face to face with a bull elk. Your arms are shaking with adrenaline. You can’t catch your breath and you are finding it extremely difficult to steady your pin. Now stop and think. How can you prepare for this
By Jared Bloomgren www.facebook.com/jaredbloomgren When it comes down to making a shot count it is too late to find out that your equipment is not how you last left it. Ensuring that your equipment is always spot on you should take necessary measures to ensure that this is true. This is a tips and tactics
Day 1: PSE’s Bill Epeards Hunts for the Osceola with His X-Force Bow Editor’s Note: Bill Epeards of Goshen, Indiana, conducts 45 to 50 seminars per year, all over the country, on turkey hunting, whitetail hunting and dangerous game hunting. He has taken 12 Grand Slams of turkeys and 2 World Slams. Two of the
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