Wild Cuisine: French Onion Venison Steaks

This past deer season was extremely successful for me for a variety of reasons. One, I managed to shoot a big doe with my recurve and have my baby daughter along. Two, I hadn’t got a deer the previous year, thus our freezer was feeling pretty empty when it came to red meat. [...]

Wild Cuisine: French Onion Venison Steaks2020-11-16T17:02:23-07:00

Winter Hydration

We all know how important hydration is when you're outdoors. Winter hydration should be top priority as the cold hunts are beginning. There are a lot of cold-weather bowhunters who have had their fair share of frozen water bottles while out on a hunt, or campers trying to defrost their water [...]

Winter Hydration2020-10-19T14:51:29-06:00

Subscriber Giveaway

We're giving away lots of cool stuff! Prizes are listed below. Subscribe, renew or give a gift subscription, and then click the button below to enter the drawing. Watch for new prizes added during the drawing period. There will be several chances to win! All current subscribers are eligible to enter the drawing. [...]

Subscriber Giveaway2020-11-17T08:56:04-07:00

Adjustable Magnetic Arrow Rest by Western Archery

I’ve always been a shoot off the shelf, instinctive shooter. Therefore, I’ve never had much use for elevated rests. But I got my hands on a Bear 59 Kodiak this year, which comes with the well-known Bear “Feather Rest” installed. If you’ve ever shot with one, you’ll know that they offer great fletching [...]

Adjustable Magnetic Arrow Rest by Western Archery2020-11-12T12:13:48-07:00

Throwback: Smart Deer Management

“Quality Deer Management works!" Many of us have seen this campaign slogan handwritten beneath the Polaroid pictures posted on the bragging board at the local game registration station. Or the "Let him go so he can grow" billboards perched along our highways. They beckon to the unsuspecting observer, saying "Just practice Quality Deer [...]

Throwback: Smart Deer Management2020-10-19T12:37:58-06:00

Wild Game Cooking: Feral Hog Tacos

Feral hogs are a nuisance but they sure are tasty if cooked right. In this video from Texas Parks and Wildlife, regional cooking expert Jesse Griffiths, author of "Afield: A Chef's Guide to Preparing and Cooking Wild Game and Fish," turns these wild pigs into a melt-in-your-mouth southwestern classic. [...]

Wild Game Cooking: Feral Hog Tacos2020-09-28T14:41:53-06:00

Review: Wood-Burr Workshop Tab

Every once in a while, you see a product and go “AH-HA! Why hadn’t I thought of that before?!” As traditional archers and bowhunters we all take pride in our simple, yet elegant equipment. We shell out hard-earned money for beautiful, handcrafted bows, armguards, quivers and other paraphernalia—I definitely fall into this category. [...]

Review: Wood-Burr Workshop Tab2020-10-15T09:19:45-06:00

Traditional Archery Aiming with James Zandstra

In this video, James explains the basics of traditional archery aiming systems and terms. To see more topics visit: https://www.bowgahunting.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bowgahunting/

Traditional Archery Aiming with James Zandstra2020-10-12T11:35:53-06:00

Laced Up and Socked In

So, you got that new pair of boots and they seem great, but then what? This question may seem arbitrary, or even asinine, but it definitely holds merit. There are a couple of details when it comes to the realm of boots, that I feel might be overlooked, or just isn’t a hot [...]

Laced Up and Socked In2020-10-08T16:43:14-06:00

The First Rule: Hunt Where the Deer Are

"Why do we keep driving to the top of the mountain?” my husband and hunting buddy Bob asked. “I don’t know,” I answered. “Look at all these muddy deer trails coming off the bank right along the hard road.” Our drives every day from our campground in north-central Pennsylvania’s Little Pine Creek valley, [...]

The First Rule: Hunt Where the Deer Are2020-09-28T08:46:31-06:00
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