Hunting is the practice of killing or trapping any animal, or pursuing or tracking it with the intent of doing so. Hunting wildlife or feral animals is most commonly done by humans for food, recreation, to remove predators that are dangerous to humans or domestic animals, or for trade. Lawful hunting is distinguished from poaching, which is the illegal killing, trapping or capture of the hunted species. The species that are hunted are referred to as game or prey and are usually mammals and birds.
Forget two birds with one stone, how about two pigs with one arrow? Pigman has made a living arrowing hogs with a bow and arrow. Hundreds of pigs have taken their final breaths because of his marksmanship. In this case, two pigs met their maker because of just one arrow from Pigman’s bow, and the
Here’s one way to make sure your archery turkey hunt doesn’t end in a wild bird chase. Bowhunting turkeys can often be a difficult task. With the vitals being so small, you have little room for error, and sometimes when they are hit it, in ends in a wild foot chase to recover your gobbler.
For all those archery enthusiasts out there, here’s how to tie a string loop on your bow. It can be very helpful to know how to tie your own string loop. There are several right ways and several wrong ways to do it. La Crosse Archery gives us their advice on how to tie durable loop:
There’s now a product that allows you to get real-life bowhunting practice in your living room. AccuBow isn’t new to the game, as we’ve actually written about them before. However, they’ve stepped their game up even more since then, introducing a concept totally new to the industry. AccuBow CEO Matt Pell and company used the 2018
The nationally renowned bull elk named Brutus has passed, but all elk enthusiasts will remember his legendary head gear. Social media has a way of making things famous in a hurry these days. Unfortunately, more times than not, it’s something or someone that doesn’t need attention. But in this case, we’re thankful, as many of us got to
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We took a scientific look at the difference between vapor technology and traditional powder wind indicators. As a whitetail hunter, knowing the wind direction is paramount. There are many different types of wind indicators on the market, but there has never really been a true breakdown as to which may or may not work more
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Here’s what you should look for (no, demand!) in the boots you spend your hard-earned money on. We came up with eight essentials that should be demanded from anyone looking for a pair of boots they can trust. 1. Dry feet Whether we’re talking perspiration from inside or water from the elements, boots that tout
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Make your first bow the right one for you. Bowhunting and archery in general are becoming more and more popular. Hunters are flocking to it everyday, which is great for the hunting community. If you’re just getting started, though, make sure you’re set up with the right compound bow for you. Avoid big box stores
Venison tenderloin: it’s what’s for dinner. While many hunters enjoy processing their meat into jerky, we immediately turn to the tenderloin (one of the most tender cuts of meat) to celebrate a successful hunt (and holidays, too, I guess). The perfect venison recipe varies by household, but these six are an excellent sampling of what we’ll