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A Late Afternoon Encounter in the Orchard
By Ted Currie
After lunch, I pondered my options for the afternoon. The dogs were stiff from this morning and had no real objection when I suggested that they stay on the futon. We had enjoyed several hours of . . . keep reading
Preserving The Traditional Ethic
By Anthony Triolo
There is currently a war raging in the heart of the environmental conservation movement, no guns just pens and policies. Like it or not, we traditional bow hunters are neck deep in the conflict. W . . . keep reading
On Deer and Goats: A Note on Ortega's Meditations
By Greg Clark
When I first started hunting, a friend told me a story about how, before the days of cell-phones and websites, hunters used to take their deer to check-in stations. As my friend was waiting for hi . . . keep reading
Bear Ham
By Randy King
Bears are like shadows in the forest--to quote a famous Idaho publication. They are cautious, shy, and seldom seen. Bears are omnivores of the highest order, preferring a patch of berries . . . keep reading
Jun/Jul 2015
Available through June 20, 2015
Jun/Jul 2015 Getting in Shape for Backcountry Bowhunting; The Evolution of the Zwickey Judo; Make Your Own Brain-Tanned Buckskin Quiver-Part 1; and much more...

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The Man You Used To Be
By Chris Oakley
Perhaps there was a time when you were a real serious hunter with the stickbow. Like most of us, you arranged and defined your year around hunting season: looking forward to that time, and prepari . . . keep reading
Wood Block Multi-Tool
By John Borgeson
Shall I bow down to a block of wood? Isaiah 44:19 I have made many cane arrows over the years, and I wanted a multipurpose tool to assist me in that endea . . . keep reading
Good Faith
By Ryan Theiler
The French existentialist Jean Paul Sartre wrote about what he called being in good faith. For Sartre freedom is a fundamental characteristic of our very being, hence we are responsible for . . . keep reading
Mountain Fit
By Chris Crowley
As the astute Benjamin Franklin noted, "Experience keeps a dear school, but fools will learn in no other." You can let yourself believe you're in pretty good shape--maintaining that belief . . . keep reading
Mistaken Identity
By Bill Carman
I enjoy "freestyle" bowhunting. Several years ago I got tired of being tethered to specific stand locations and lock-on stands over food plots, funnels, and the like. I purchased a high quality, l . . . keep reading
Morning, Noon and Night: An Adventure with Stickbows
By Jack Connelly
The morning started out much like the first few of our eight day elk hunt high in Idaho's back country. My partner Dave Stanley and I got up well before dawn, had breakfast, and then made plans fo . . . keep reading
Apr/May 2015
Available through June 20, 2015
Apr/May 2015 Interview: Arvid Danielson of Black Swan Archery: How To Make a Wing Bone Turkey Call: Hunting: turkey, whitetail deer and moose; Making Dogwood Arrows

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Pan Roasted Venison Steak with Watermelon, Corn and Zucchini Salad and Brown Butter Sage Vinaigrette
The dirt two track was dusty and headed southeast toward a rock out-cropping known as the Rooster Comb. Under the shade of a few junipers and desert sage, we saw the flicker of ears. Dad and I fro . . . keep reading
Ferd Talks Turkey
By Darren Haverstick
Missouri spring turkey season is finally over and I am, once again, left with unfilled tags, unfulfilled dreams and a longbow that will probably rot away before it ever gets to take part in a succ . . . keep reading
2014 North American Longbow Safari
By Chuck and Toni Lynde
He carefully draws back the bow, and in total concentration he looses the beautifully crested and feathered wood arrow right into the vital spot. This is how I started the day at the North America . . . keep reading
The Blood of Wanági Mathó
By Tony Zinnanti
I stalked my way through the balmy air of Virgnia's autumn, bow in hand and perspiring beneath my leather quiver. I squatted to conceal myself and reached out, letting the breeze pass my fingertip . . . keep reading
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