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Mike Furman

Mike Furman

If you are a procrastinator, have been living under a rock during the off-season, or just haven't had time due to a summer full of kids, all- star softball and vacations like myself, you may find that your pre-bow season...

Steve Sheetz

Steve Sheetz

Archery Paper Tuning, How to:

Mike Furman

Mike Furman

I was talking to a bowhunting friend of mine last week and, as would be expected at this time of year, the conversation quickly turned to the fast-approaching bow season, pre-season scouting, and target practice. It amazed him that so...

J. Bobo

J. Bobo

Are you a bow hunter by heart? Do you dream of killing a Pope and Young class animal with the weapon that provides the most challenge? How do you prepare?...

J. Herndon

J. Herndon

Recently, while hunting during the early archery season, I discovered a problem with my bow and decided to take it to a pro shop at one of the big box stores. Soon after dropping off my bow, I received a...

T. Herald

T. Herald

I recently sat down and had a long conversation with carbon Express vice-president, Lennie Rezmer, that simply changed the way I look at archery. I asked Lennie a basic question, “How do I pick the proper arrow?”, and I came...

Mike Furman

Mike Furman

If you want to end your -(and everyone else's)- search for the all time best, nastiest, killin’-est, best-flying, best penetrating, wound-channeling, exit-holing, bucket-of-red-paint-blood-trail-leavin’ broadhead out there, all you have to do is simply ask your hunting buddies…..because every one of...

Chris Pulchny

Chris Pulchny

The archery season in Oklahoma opened on October 1st 2010. This was the first year that the state game department allowed anyone to use a crossbow. Previously, only persons with disabilities as deemed by a medical doctor could legally carry...

Steve Johnson

Steve Johnson

There are a few rules (more than I will mention in this writing but these are important) I have and usually follow very strictly when picking a tree to ascend for bowhunting. Number one is the wind, I never...

Smoke Armstrong

Smoke Armstrong

The intent of this article is not to be controversial or inflammatory but to share thoughts, observations, opinions, and experiences I personally have or have experienced in the age old discussion and debate in the archery arena of crossbow hunting....

Smoke Armstrong

Smoke Armstrong

As bow hunting came to and end here in Maryland on 31 January I started my routine of practicing with my bow in preparation for the next hunting season. Although I don't consider myself Robin Hood by any stretch...

Steve Johnson

Steve Johnson

Carbon Express® Pro Staff Shooter Scores a Rare Double Robin Hood. FLUSHING, Mich. A “Robin-Hooded” arrow is an accomplishment for any shooter and might occur once in a lifetime. A double Robin Hood on the other hand is an entirely...

Doug Leier

Doug Leier

About 20 years ago the city of Bismarck, working with the State Game and Fish Department, developed an urban archery hunt to help control a growing deer population within the city limits. Two decades later, the deer population is much...

Steve Johnson

Steve Johnson

While Rattling for Whitetails has been around for years, using decoys to dupe a wary deer is somewhat a new trend. There are many different decoys on the market today and many different opinions on whether to use a buck...

E. Jones

E. Jones

5 Things That Will Make Opening Day Much Sweeter I’m the type of hunter that daydreams about being in the woods all year long. I start preparing for archery season in May, and try to practice with my bow...

Blake Hagemeier

Blake Hagemeier

This week I’m going to take a look at some of the features of many of today's trail cameras. All cameras have their positives and negatives and I plan on discussing many of these topics along the way. Film/Digital Cameras...

O. Vohringer

O. Vohringer

For as long as I can remember this issue has been festering among archers. The Internet forums are full of heated controversy between the vertical and horizontal archers. What puzzles me most is seeing how some archery organizations feed this...

Steve Johnson

Steve Johnson

As a human it's hard to fully understand how a whitetail deer could live by its nose. Humans do not function this way, and if we had to survive simply through the use of our noses, we probably wouldn't...