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Restoring Bear Archery Bows Part Two; A Visit With the Folks at Sitka Gear; Snakeskin Your Bow; Hunting: whitetails, elk, bear and pronghorn; and much more...
Pausing Along the Way
I'm sitting in our den next to the wood stove in what my wife, Valerie, and I fondly refer to as a "heat coma." The snow and bitter cold has me holed up so I read and work on a Sunday school lesson
Ducks, Politics, and Money
This issue is not about Don or his professional relationship with Ducks Unlimited magazine. It is about integrity and the future of wildlife in America.
Battered But Not Beaten
I will never forget the second day of my first archery season. I was hunting a tract of land near the house of an old friend, and stalking along a closed logging road that bordered a clear cut. There
The Long History of the Short Bows Part II; Preventing Hypothermia; Restoring Bear Archery Bows; Wintertime Game Tactics; and much more...
Hunter athletes seems to be the new catch phrase, and there is a lot of emphasis on hunter fitness. I myself try to train for the annual hunt out west by running, lifting, and attempting to rid my
Universal Consideration and Hunting
There has been much debate about moral consideration, that is, what entities are to be considered as worthy of moral consideration. Perhaps the most famous, and relevant to hunting, are the animal
Public but Private
It is not a big patch of ground, but it is my patch…kind of. You see, I am willing to walk longer, crawl farther and basically put up with a bunch of access BS to get to the land. My tenacity gets