Category Archives: Bow Hunting

Traditional Archery Gear – Quivers and Hunting

Source: Stick & String Adventures Podcast – Episode 28 – Archers Roundtable The Continuing Conversation between Nick Viau – Life & Longbows Jason Albert – Rasher Quivers Ned Miller – Crows Head Archery Ned Miller – Let’s talk about quivers. … Continue reading

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Dante Wray – The Bow Bandit & The Tree

The following is a hunting story told by Dante Wray. I enjoyed the story so much that I asked permission to share it on my blog.  I hope that you enjoy it as much as I did. 1720 – The … Continue reading

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Constructing Ground Blinds in the High Desert By PSE’s Albert Quackenbush

Originally posted on PSE Archery Blog:
By Albert Quackenbush http://www.SoCalBowhunter.com PSE’ s Albert Quackenbush’s Ground Blind It is essential to be hidden from plain view when trying to arrow a big game animal. They are smart and have lightning fast…

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5 Mistakes Hunters Make On Public Lands

Originally posted on 323 Archery:
Hunting Public Land Posted on November 30, 2012 by HavalonKnives By Mike Bleech You may think hunting on public lands means too much competition from other hunters. Yes, hunting pressure does tend to be heavier on…

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Tough Satisfaction Versus Easy Success (Hunting With A 12-Yr-Old Traditional Archer)

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The Joys of Looking for Hunting Property

Originally posted on 323 Archery:
Ok, I live just outside Atlanta near Six Flags over Georgia. I have access to a FANTASTIC hunting property down in Taylor county, GA, but it’s a two and a half hour drive, not exactly something…

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PSE’s Jared Bloomgren Spot and Stalking Part II

Originally posted on PSE Archery Blog:
By Jared Bloomgren Jared goes over terrain features and counts the various features to be sure where he is at once he starts the stalk. In my last blog I covered the spotting portion…

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