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Bowhunting Tips, Deer Hunting Techniques and Up To Date Gear Reviews
Bowhunting Tips, Deer Hunting Techniques and Up To Date Gear Reviews

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No matter where we go or whom we’re with, in time the question will surface. Directed at my wife, the curious will ask, “So, do you hunt?”

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Walk-back tuning is simply a method for ensuring that your bow’s center-shot is set correctly. It is done using arrows shot at a constant aiming point, using one pin, from varying distances. It may sound complicated but it is actually a very simple procedure. By Steve Flores

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Recently, while looking through some Outdoor Life magazines from the 1960’s, I was awakened to this fact: Today’s hunters have it easy. Because we stand on the shoulders of the past, we can take from what others have learned, without possessing any personal experience gained from either success or failure.

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To look deep into the human record is to discover hunting in its historical significance, rather than the false portrayal we see today. The beer drinking, camo wearing, Bambi killer is not the paradigm past generations associated with hunters. Hunters were brawny, wise, necessary, known to possess uncanny ability and were valuable to the community as a whole—they were not strange.

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Considering their willingness to tromp countless miles in search of a single whitetail shed, it’s easy to recognize that shed hunters belong to a totally different category of ‘hunters.’ But how do these idiosyncratic searchers consistently find sheds?

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Last weekend marked the second annual Whitetail Properties Shed Rally, a day when countless antler addicts took to their favorite locations in search of bone. And while this annual event has been checked off the calendar—your personal Shed Rally doesn’t have to be over.

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If, like me, you’ve decided to incorporate physical fitness into your off-season hunting preparations then you’ve taken a step in the right direction. Just don’t make the same mistake I made and make it a competition with someone other than yourself. In my opinion we are our own worst enemies. 

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Across the years I’ve packed shed antlers in hand, tried to cram them in my pack, and attempted to strap them to my pack—none of which have ever seemed very secure or comfortable. Thankfully, there's a much better and more convenient way to carry shed antlers! ‪#‎ShedRally‬

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The difference between calling coyotes successfully and simply getting lucky is knowing how to directly apply coyote vocalizations and/or distress calls each time you’re on a stand.
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