Tips and Tactics

Eliminate Tree-hugger Stands

Eliminate Tree-hugger Stands

By Mike Stamp

Have you ever tried to stand up and draw your bow in a fixed-position stand that had been set up crookedly? It can be scary and dangerous. When I set up my stands, I like to get them comfortably level from the get-go. That’s why I bring a 6-inch level with me on treestand setup day. First, I lay the level on the foot platform, making sure it ...

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Set BIG PICTURE Goals
Set BIG PICTURE Goals

By Krissy Jean Marrall

As a female who has been hunting since 1995, I've found that setting reasonable goals prior to each season has helped me develop my passion for hunting over the years. Looking back, if someone had told me to make shooting a monster buck my biggest pre-season goal, I would ha... READ MORE


Clamped Tail? Better Go Trail!
Clamped Tail? Better Go Trail!

By Tim H. Martin

We all know the telltale signs of a deer being hit with a bullet. The obvious reactions are a hunching of the back, a bronco-like kick, stumbling, and a changing of the deer’s gait or even the animal being completely knocked down. But one important sign is much more su... READ MORE


Bowhunting Practice: Replicate Scenarios
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By Shannon Shipley and Tim H. Martin

When getting ready for bow season, I have learned to practice shooting for all sorts of scenarios. No two situations are alike when it comes to the moment of truth for shooting whitetails. I like to prepare for the unexpected, and my practice routine includes shooting at ev... READ MORE


Venison Confusion: Backstraps vs. Tenderloins
Venison Confusion: Backstraps vs. Tenderloins

By Tim H. Martin

Backstraps and tenderloins: Are they the same thing? The answer might surprise you if you’re a hunting newbie, and it even might be news to some of you old-timers! The answer is no, backstraps and tenderloins are two different things, although the terms are often inter... READ MORE


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