What size compound bow do I need?

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Have you had a look at the bows but go confused by the different bow sizes? The aim of this guide is to teach you what size bow you need. It will show you how to take your draw length and determine what length bow you should be shooting from. Bowhunting is a technical activity. … Read more

How to keep hunting blind windows from fogging

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Hunting in a blind offers a ton of benefits, we all know that. This is why we buy them and this is why we use them. But what are you going to do when, inevitably, your blind windows start to fog up? How to keep hunting blind windows from fogging? You will encounter this problem … Read more

How to set up a scope back to 0

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Today we’re going to talk about one of the most common occurrences in a hunter’s life: how to reset a scope back to 0. There are a number of reasons why this might be something that you’d want to do. The most common one has to do with changing a scope from a different rifle … Read more

Wyoming

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The state is a huge, high plateau broken by many wild, remote mountain ranges. Elk, mule deer, grizzlies, mountain goats, and bighorn sheep inhabit the high country of mountain ranges such as the Wind River and Teton ranges in the west, the Big Horns in the northcentral, and the Snowy Range in the south. The … Read more

Wisconsin

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Located between the Great Lakes and the Mississippi River, Wisconsin is often considered the top state in the U.S. for hunting big white-tailed deer. The northern part of the state is heavily forested, with mixed hardwood and coniferous forests interspersed with thousands of small lakes. Much of the rest of the state is rich in … Read more

West Virginia

West Virginia

While deer season is very popular in the Mountain State, there are plenty of other types of wildlife to hunt! Bear, quail, wild boar, raccoon, squirrel and several other animals have their own seasons throughout the year! One of the most exciting animals that has just recently been introduced in West Virginia is elk! Over … Read more

Washington

Washington

The state mammal of Washington is the Roosevelt elk, and the Olympic Peninsula in the northwest part of the state holds the largest number of these animals to be found anywhere. Rocky Mountain elk are also hunted in the mountain ranges east of the Cascades crest. Washington state also has four varieties of deer. Columbian … Read more

Virginia

Virginia

Virginia offers a wide variety of game species for all types of hunters. Some of the game species in Virginia include big game like deer, black bear, elk and turkey, small game like grouse, rabbit, squirrel, and woodcock.  You can also hunt for waterfowl and other migratory game birds like ducks, geese, and dove. In … Read more

Vermont

Vermont

Hunting opportunities abound in Vermont. White-tailed deer, black bear, moose, wild turkey, ruffed grouse, woodcock, waterfowl, and snowshoe hare hunting are all popular in the fall. Few states can match the experience of a Vermont hunt, which includes the legendary scenery of the Green Mountain State. Hunting in Vermont is now being rediscovered by Vermonters … Read more

Utah

Utah

Utah has an impressive variety of big game to hunt, including mule deer, elk, mountain goat, moose, bighorn sheep, pronghorn, mountain lion, and bison. Utah is especially famous for its large-antlered elk and mule deer. In fact, the largest non-typical elk on record, the “Spider Bull,” was shot in Utah in 2008 and scored 478 … Read more