Published on Wednesday, June 21, 2017by Brian Flaherty
There are as many different types of archery targets on the market today as there are acorns on the forest floor in October, and both of these things can help improve your deer hunting. But how do you know exactly which target will be the best option for
Published on Monday, June 5, 2017by Brian Flaherty
Hanging treestands can be tough business, but if you have sufficient data from scouting during February and March and can get out and hang your treestands before all the underbrush and vines take over the woods, you'll be well on your way to a PERFECT hun
In the heart of America, the Midwest, large quantities of land are dedicated to commercial agriculture. More and more, following very similar practices, hunters across the country are planting similar food sources to help supplement the nutrition of their
Published on Wednesday, April 19, 2017by Jake Miller
Food plots have become almost as common place in today’s hunting culture as any other aspect of it. Thousands of videos exist out there providing information on how to plant them, where to plant them, and what time of year is best for good crop production
Published on Thursday, April 13, 2017by Jake Miller
Like thunder, gobbles can be heard in the hazy dawn across most of the Midwest by now. Turkey hunting season is right around the corner and, if you’re anything like me, you’ve got an itchy crossbow trigger finger. Regardless of the weapon you’ll be toting
Thanks to organizations like the NWTF (National Wild Turkey Federation) there are stable populations of wild turkey across the country that hunter’s like you and I have the privilege to chase come Spring. Growing in popularity is the challenge of hunting
There are some tips to help you spend quality time shed hunting in areas where bucks tend to lose their antlers. There are also tips to help you spot those antlers. With that said, there are 5 MUST HAVE items to get the most out of your time shed hunting
Published on Wednesday, March 8, 2017by Jake Miller
Shed hunting can be a great time to forget that you can't use your crossbow for a couple months. We can still get out and test our skills in search of the "white gold" that is a shed antler. These are a couple tips to help you be better an locating sheds
Published on Thursday, February 16, 2017by Brian Flaherty
Two elements that can quickly ruin a hunt are a deer's sense of smell and vision. There are things you can do to utilize the terrain to help minimize the risk of detection, however, and that can be a game changer in the whitetail woods.
Published on Wednesday, October 19, 2016by Horton Crossbow Innovations
Trail cameras are one of the technological advancements that have given hunting a whole new perspective. But do you really know how to use these game cameras effectively? Find out in this weeks blog post!
Published on Monday, September 26, 2016by TenPoint Crossbow Technologies
The Native Americans used to hunt with stone arrow heads, so how are we as hunters today, supposed to decide which broad head is the best for our shooting set up? We've developed a simple rule to follow to help you make that decision.
Published on Monday, September 19, 2016by Jake Miller
Tree stand height might not be on top of your list of things to consider before hunting season starts but that doesn't mean it should be forgotten. Here are a couple tips for how to make sure your tree stand is at the right height for you and for where yo
Published on Tuesday, September 13, 2016by Jake Miller
Scent control is huge in today's hunting market and there are a lot of theories out there for best scent control and elimination tactics. Here are some helpful things to keep in mind for your own scent control practices.