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Treestand Clothesline
By R. A. Burgin (Blacksmith)
As a member of the grey-haired group of bowhunters I prefer to hunt on the ground. For those who like treestands, I have an idea for a haul line that is always at hand and less likely to get tangled. . . . keep reading
Zip Tip
By David Petersen
Among the essential items I carry in my hunting pack are plastic zip top sandwich bags. I use them to stash the inevitable small bits of trash that accumulate during every hunt, including . . . keep reading
Keep Tabs on Your Tab
By Philip Cox
Are you are tired of trying to keep track of your shooting tab? Here is a little trick that I use. Sew a thin, 6-inch piece of Velcro to the top portion of the finger hole on the tab. When . . . keep reading
Archery Golf
By Guy Perkins, Camp Chef
Spring is just around the corner, and Archery Golf is a great way to stretch your legs and bow limbs. The basic idea is to set up target "pucks" at different distances with surrounding haz . . . keep reading
Stalking Feet
By Melvin Edwards
While trying to get just a little closer to the prey, many hunters take off their boots and continue in stocking feet. This does two things: it cuts down on the noise, and it makes you wal . . . keep reading
Bowstring Wax
By John G. VanDerWalker II
A Flemish bowstring needs to be waxed periodically to prevent fraying and keep it functioning well. I like to make my own bowstring wax. . . . keep reading
Get A Grip!
By Steven Choromanski
If you are looking for an easy, inexpensive grip for your bow, here's a tip for you. Purchase a standard bicycle inner tube from any department store. Select a wider mountain bike tube for a recur . . . keep reading
Arm Strength Enhancers
By Deed Cimperman
During the off season, or when shooting your bow isn't an option, you can strengthen your archery muscles using a simple tool that works for me. This arm strength enhancer is easy and econ . . . keep reading
Help For Cross Dominance
By Konrad Lau
My father dictated that I was to learn how to do all tasks right-handed, even though I am a lefty. Consequently, I now shoot right-handed but have a dominant left eye. It wasn't until I . . . keep reading
Tag Your Iron
By Guy Perkins, Camp Chef
I clearly remember the purchase of my first dutch oven. I didn't borrow Dad's; he didn't loan his unless he was there to oversee its use. After he passed I inherited one of his favorite 12-inchers, but I'm still a little miffed at my uncle for . . . keep reading
Keep Your Cooler, Cooler!
By Robin Conrads
To help foods stay frozen in your ice chest, freeze a brine solution in a reusable container and place it into the chest. A frozen brine solution is colder than ice and will keep food fro . . . keep reading
Cleaning Your Thermos
By Mike McKnight
I am not sure why I shined a light into the old stainless steel thermos after a recent hunt, but I did. To put it bluntly, it was beyond gross! The thermos has emotional attachment to me, as it belonged to my Dad and is quite old. It became my charge to get it clean. . . . keep reading
Toothbrush for Small Game Heads
By Dakota Fitzgerald
While small game hunting or stump shooting, I noticed that most blunts and small game tips have a tendency to get clogged with grass, dirt, mud, etc…. I'd take a shot and then spend a considerable . . . keep reading
Brace Height Check
By Dale Collins
In the field, and especially while hunting, I rarely carry my bow square. A while back I got into the habit of putting a thin black line at my brace height when I crest my arrows . . . keep reading
Donning Rain Pants
By Thurman Fuller
During hunting season in Indiana, the weather changes constantly. In order to be prepared for anything, I pack a light rain suit (Frogg Toggs) that takes up very little space and is easy t . . . keep reading
Eye Patch for Glassing
By Matt Oberholtzer
When using a spotting scope for lengthy glassing sessions---searching a hillside for an invisible group of elk, or searching the sagebrush flats for that trophy mulie or antelope--fatigue . . . keep reading
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