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Toll-Free Number Problems
By Robin Conrads
We just became aware of a problem with our toll-free number. I apologize for the inconvenience, but it might be out for a couple of days. We have a direct line, 1-208-383-9019, that is . . . 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
Rabbit with Mustard Sauce
By Randy King
It never hurts to have a classic recipe at the ready. The classics are classic for a reason--they are typically awesome. Caesar Salad, Fettuccini Alfredo, Kentucky BBQ Ribs, Stairway to He . . . keep reading
Feb/Mar 2015
Available through April 20, 2015
Feb/Mar 2015 Interviews with Krista and Sterling Holbrook: Paper Tuning Made Easy: Hunting: elk, whitetail deer, black bear, tahr, hippo and more

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Custom Archery
By Patrick Shannon
In downtown Chicago, the intersection of Madison Avenue and State Street is the heart of the city. It is the dividing line between the north side and the south side, it separates the city east and wes . . . keep reading
Familiar Trees
By Harmon Carson
The dawning light found me 18 feet up a familiar fir tree, with my body trembling like an autumn leaf. I was unable to tell whether it was from excitement or the chill in the air that this southern bo . . . keep reading
Bowhunting the Deer of Sunny Spain
By Jorge Amador
It was the last hour of our last hunting day. My brother and I were on our way home, and feeling defeated. Here we were, in the forests of our home country of Spain, during the peak of the rut for red . . . keep reading
Pepper Crusted Venison Steak
By Randy King
I could hear the screaming of bull elk so loud in my ear it almost hurt. I crept in slowly, with the wind in my face and my bow at my side. I could smell the elk before I could see them . . . keep reading
Dec/Jan 2015
Available through February 20, 2015
Dec/Jan 2015 Interviews with Bill and Tracy Dunn of Zipper Manufacturing/Grizzly Broadheads and Art Vincent of Cedar Ridge Leatherworks: How to Repair a 3-D Target: Hunting: small game, bear, whitetail deer, mule deer, mountain lion and more

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Desperate Impulses
By Brad Potila
I write this to solidify my footing, so that I will not act on a desperate impulse, trade cash for science, and slip into the woods unseen and "un-smelled." I wish this story began in a virgin thic . . . keep reading
Is Archery and Bowhunting an Art? Why Witchery of Archery? Is there Magic in Archery?
By Manuel S. Cervantes
Anyone who has been involved in traditional archery and bowhunting can tell you there are deep emotions and feelings surrounding every stage in the whole process. It may be possible that you saw s . . . keep reading
Fumble Fingers
By Robb Sager
I lowered the predator call from my lips while scanning the dense timber. A cool evening breeze rippled the leaves causing a sea of motion all around me. My eyes darted back and forth trying to sp . . . keep reading
Larry Fischer vs. The Bastard
Larry Fischer
Read Larry's own words about his recent diagnosis, and subsequent fight, with pancreatic cancer. . . . keep reading
The Speed of the Longbow
By Shane Jorgensen
Jake Hamilton belted it out on the radio as I drove into the fading darkness. There was something electric and alive that day that seemed to super charge the air and, as if solar powered, the inte . . . keep reading
Bows, Frogs and Flour
By Randy King
Blame it on Duck Dynasty if you want, or maybe on the cacophonous croaking of frogs along the canal near my home, but I have developed a taste for bull frogs. Frogging is considered . . . keep reading
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