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Bowfishing A Tough Way to Fish

Bowfishing – A Tough Way to Fish!

Standing on the bow of the boat ready to take a shot whenever the opportunity presented itself. Bowfishing a tough way to fish. I don’t get too write to many pursuit articles so I thought I’d take the liberty here in my column to pour one out on y’all! Enjoy. The alarm clock split the […]

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Bowhunting From Stone Age to New Age

Bowhunting From Stone Age to New Age

Like our ancestors, I found myself knee deep in more than just the woods, but in satisfying my primal need to play the role of a provider moreover, of a hunter – bowhunting from stone age to new age Photo courtesy of David Antolin Gil Bowhunting’s Primal Connection The stars seemed brighter when I finally […]

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Beware the Grim Reaper

Beware the Grim Reaper

Beware the Grim Reaper by Bob Humphrey As a new products specialist I get to test out a lot of new stuff in the field, where it really matters. Over the coming weeks I’ll be sharing with Global Outfitters fans some of the stuff I’ve had a chance to use out in the woods this […]

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Bowhunting Practice - Importance of 3D Targets

Bowhunting Practice On 3D Targets

Bowhunting Practice On 3D Targets: Target Dots Versus Spots on a 3D Targets. The Importance of 3D targets from Dr. Warren Strickland In the earlier segment about archery practice Dr. Strickland covered the importance of not over shooting which causes muscle fatigue. In this follow-on video he discusses bowhunting practice on 3D targets versus shooting […]

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Archery and Bowhunting Equipment by Dr. Warren Strickland

Archery and Bowhunting Equipment – Video

Archery and Bowhunting Equipment by Dr. Warren Strickland Dr. Warren Strickland reviews the essential types of archery and bowhunting equipment he uses in his setup. Dr. Strickland teaches you how to select the perfect bow and bowhunting equipment. Dr. Warren Strickland is one of North America’s most famous hunters. Warren has harvested every major game […]

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Practice techniques for bow hunters

Archery Practice For Bowhunting 101: Dr. Warren Strickland – Video

Archery Practice For Bowhunting 101: Techniques from Dr. Warren Strickland Dr. Warren Strickland explains his techniques for archery practice, whether preparing for archery competition or bow hunting. One of the most common occurrences when practicing archery is the issue of quality versus quantity. Many use as many as a dozen arrow when practicing. Warren discusses […]

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Xecutioner Broadhead with Tim Wells Slocker Small Game Collar!

Stick and String Turkeys: Shotgun Range Means Bow Range

Where fall and winter seasons end more challenges begin… All that remains of the fall and winter hunting seasons are memories, dirty boots and a bow stored for the long haul; a sad manifestation of overlooked opportunities to come… unless you broaden your perspective. Whether you’re on the water or higher ground, year-round hunting opportunities […]

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Chris Stack, Owner of BruzerGear with a great Nevada Mountain Goat

BruzerGear Backpacks

No Bumps or Bruises from This Pack System! Photo: Chris Stack, Owner of BruzerGear with a great Nevada Mountain Goat! Bruzergear – Dominating Backpack Innovation As an outdoor writer, photographer and columnist I am afforded opportunities to play with a decent amount of hunting and outdoor equipment. Within the scope of product reviews, although still […]

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About Cold Weather Bowhunting

About Cold Weather Bowhunting

Cold weather bowhunting offers great opportunities to see and harvest some of our nation’s finest trophies in some of the most pristine environments on the planet however, doing so comes at a price. Do you have what it takes to stand up against brutal subzero conditions? Hunting deer in some of Montana’s most brutal, bone-chilling […]

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Bowfishing for tilapia

Hunting for the Ghost of the Water

Tilapia the “Ghost of the Water” Bowfishing for tilapia is among one of my favorite outdoor pursuits. It is comparable to turkey hunting in that tilapia can see very well and will bust you if they catch you even slightly moving before you make your shot. This is why I call tilapia the “Ghost of […]

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