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Do You Have A Hunt Plan?

22 February 2018, 1:47 pm

Do You Have A Hunt Plan?

Hunting requires lots of advance work such as scouting, hanging treestands and studying animal sign. Every hunt, however, should include Read the full release.  

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Faith Oakley: One Arm Archery Girl

20 February 2018, 1:33 pm

Faith Oakley: One Arm Archery Girl

Doubt and fear: These feelings, unfortunately, are all too familiar when many people consider trying something new. Some let the fear win, backing out without knowing what could’ve been. But those with faith leap anyway. Faith means trust without proof, and requires courage. That makes faith the perfect name for Faith Oakley. “I was terrified […]

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16 February 2018, 2:06 pm

2018: Indoor Season Wrap Up

The indoor archery season is underway, with four of the biggest tournaments complete. Fans enjoyed thrilling matches and fantastic displays of archery skill. Let’s review some of the indoor season’s most memorable moments so far. Nimes The Nimes recurve men’s match pitted the USA’s Brady Ellison, one of the sport’s biggest stars, against rising star […]

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Let’s Talk Turkey: How to Prep for Your First Turkey Hunt

7 February 2018, 2:07 pm

Let’s Talk Turkey: How to Prep for Your First Turkey Hunt

Much like bowhunting, you’ll enjoy turkey hunting once you try it. Taking the plunge can be the hardest part because Read the full release.  

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Athlete Profile: Meet Steve Anderson

6 February 2018, 1:28 pm

Athlete Profile: Meet Steve Anderson

“Archery is life.” For many, that’s just a saying. But for some, that saying defines them. Steve Anderson, 29, is a self-taught archer who exploded into the professional ranks to become one of America’s top compound-bow archers. He makes a living shooting arrows and working for Easton Archery, so he works in archery even when […]

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28 December 2017, 4:23 pm

Bowhunting How-To: What to Do After the Shot

There’s a shooter deer in your sights. Your heart beats and your body shakes. You take a few moments to Read the full release.  

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9 Lessons NFL Quarterback Carson Wentz Taught Us About Reading the Field

27 December 2017, 3:53 pm

9 Lessons NFL Quarterback Carson Wentz Taught Us About Reading the Field

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz knows a thing or two about reading the football field. But on rare days off Read the full release.  

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The Reality of Bowhunting

21 December 2017, 4:05 pm

The Reality of Bowhunting

Bowhunting isn’t all trophy shots and taxidermy bills. It also involves lots of hard work, disappointments and sobering realities. And Read the full release.  

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Missed Shots: Learning From the Ones That Got Away

15 December 2017, 4:04 pm

Missed Shots: Learning From the Ones That Got Away

My heart sank at 7:08 a.m. Mountain time on a recent September dawn when my arrow rattled through sagebrush beneath Read the full release.  

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5 Tips for Dominating Cold-Weather Bowhunting

14 December 2017, 1:47 pm

5 Tips for Dominating Cold-Weather Bowhunting

Persistent bowhunters know that battling the cold weather conditions associated with the late season allows ample opportunities to fill their Read the full release.  

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3 Tips to Rule Post-Rut Whitetail Hunting

7 December 2017, 1:28 pm

3 Tips to Rule Post-Rut Whitetail Hunting

The days of seeing rutting bucks feverishly chase does and carelessly show themselves in the daylight have passed. Though the Read the full release.  

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Don’t Blow It: How Wind Affects Bowhunting

1 December 2017, 8:06 am

Don’t Blow It: How Wind Affects Bowhunting

As cliché as it sounds, there’s a reason many successful bowhunting stories start with the phrase, “The wind was in Read the full release.  

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5 Schools That Are Killing The College Archery Game

2 November 2017, 4:58 pm

5 Schools That Are Killing The College Archery Game

Your three-person team has 60 seconds to shoot six arrows. You step to the line and fire two arrows while your teammates cheer. When your last shot hits the target, you get off the line as a teammate takes your place, a carefully choreographed move. It’s a heart-pounding 60 seconds where three individuals shoot as […]

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Girl on Fire: Kaufhold Makes International Debut at World Championships

29 September 2017, 8:25 pm

Girl on Fire: Kaufhold Makes International Debut at World Championships

It’s 5,147 air miles from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, to Rosario, Argentina. That’s a long journey for anyone, but Casey Kaufhold is just plain excited. She’s going to shoot at the World Archery Youth Championships. Archery is clearly in Casey’s blood. Her parents, Rob and Carole, own Lancaster Archery Supply, and her family has a long history […]

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Archers Excel at World Dwarf Games

21 September 2017, 6:42 pm

Archers Excel at World Dwarf Games

Archery is a sport without limitations. You don’t need to have a specific body type, athletic ability or Hulk-like strength. It’s a great sport for folks who want a fun way to exercise and challenge their skills. We’ve seen this at the Paralympics, Warrior Games and recently the World Dwarf Games, a multi-sport Olympic-type event […]

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