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By Robin Conrads
We have developed a simple, free Tradbow app so you can access our website from a smart phone or tablet: log in and go to the Campfire Forum; purchase or renew your print subscription or Premium M . . . keep reading
Two Tap Tips
Dennis Han and Dave Meduna
We received two very similar tips for keeping a field tip or broadhead on a wooden arrow shaft. Dennis' viewpoint I do two things before gluing field points or broadheads . . . keep reading
Rubber O-Rings
By Bruce Smithhammer
No one likes a loose, rattling field point. A while back, I found myself in one of those massive 'hook and bullet' stores where the plethora of contraptions and schwag facing the bowhunter . . . keep reading
Possibles
By Dan Adair
Very few of us are lucky enough to hunt for a living or hunt as frequently as we'd like; however, the theory of having your "possibles" along on every trip is still a good idea. Any studen . . . keep reading
Traditional Events
By Robin Conrads
In all my years as the Subscription Queen and as customer service representative for Traditional Bowhunter Magazine, the number one question of all time is "What bow should I buy?" We have . . . keep reading
Natural Cover Scent For All Seasons
By Steve Spiwak
We all struggle to control our scent as we prepare for outings in the fall, but what about spring? Many seasoned hunters have realized that minimizing scent helps tremendously during turke . . . keep reading
Eliminate Skunk Essence
By David Petersen
Springtime in the Rockies, and the critters are out and about. Tired of mirauding raccoons, I've been live-trapping and relocating them. So I was surprised and less than delighted the other morning to find a young skunk in the trap . . . keep reading
Single Bevel Broadheads
T. J. Conrads
Many folks are still confused about single bevel broadheads. I've often been asked which bevel they should be shooting with helical fletching . . . keep reading
Shake Out the Cobwebs
By Guy Perkins, Camp Chef
Late winter ... that time of, well, not a whole bunch going on if you're a hunter. The weather is breaking and the toms are in pre-strut. It's time to get outside and do a little practice for the upcoming turkey hunt. . . . keep reading
Treestep Safety
Bob Lindberg
A simple thing to keep you safe climbing out of your treestand . . . keep reading
Soap and Water
Belinda Fischer (Mother of four)
Keeping soap and water available in camp can be difficult . . . keep reading
Reel Quiet
By Duncan
Are you tired of your bowfishing reel making a chatter each time you release an arrow? Well, here is a solution that works for me . . . keep reading
Quiet Quiver
By Nicholas LeBlanc
I enjoy wearing a back quiver while walking to the stand or ground blind, stump shooting or stalking game. However, as a man on a limited budget for the hobby I love, I can't fill the quiv . . . keep reading
Brace Height Consistency
Tim Cosgrove, Kustom King Archery
Do you ever have one of those days when your practice shooting just seems off? Did you check your brace height? It can change as you string and unstring your bow. Here is an easy wa . . . keep reading
Snow Camo
By Greg Knight
For an inexpensive and quick snow camo, I like to use a Tyvek painter's suit. This is a white coverall-type suit that you can purchase at your local paint store . . . keep reading
Return Address Labels
By Robin Conrads
Many traditional bowhunting clubs hold a banquet early in the year, and many of those events include some form of raffle. Here is a handy little tip that might help you avoid writer's cram . . . keep reading
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