Published on Thursday, September 28, 2017by Jake Miller
Something often times considered but, disregarded more often than not, is the entrance and exit routes to and from your tree stands or ground blinds. In this article, we are going to dive into the thick and thin of this somewhat ambiguous topic.
Published on Wednesday, September 13, 2017by Jake Miller
For all the improvements in trail camera technology that we’ve seen over the last decade or so, sometimes it’s the cheaper alternatives with a little bit of strategy that are the biggest contributors to successfully patterning mature deer!
Published on Thursday, August 17, 2017by Jake Miller
The best hunting crossbow have more to them than meet the eye. Speed, accuracy, and durability all come into play, but there are other factors to consider; like scope and, more importantly, cocking device. That can be a difficult decision.
Published on Wednesday, July 12, 2017by Jake Miller
Shooting a crossbow sounds easy enough to most people, and truthfully, it is. But it is not the cliché of “shooting like a gun”. Crossbows are far more intricate. In this article we walk through the step-by-step process for correctly cocking, loading, and
The most important part about being an ethical hunter is making certain your equipment is dialed in as accurately as possible, and the way you ensure this is by properly sighting in your hunting weapon of choice. Sighting in a crossbow is similar to the w
Let’s face it, there are about as many treestand manufacturers as there are automovile manufacturers, and there are just about as many different models to choose from! Just like choosing a vehicle to drive, there are some ways to help narrow down your sea
Driving down back country roads in the heart of the Midwest, you’ll encounter vast expanses of land dedicated to growing crops. Increasingly, the hunting community is also planting food in the ground to support wildlife in a given area with supplemental f
Many of you have probably seen and heard about both of our RCX models for 2017: The Carbon Phantom RCX and Eclipse RCX. If you get the opportunity, stop in to your local dealer and test them out. It’ll be the smoothest shooting experience you’ve ever had,
Published on Tuesday, April 18, 2017by Jake Miller
Planting food plots has absolutely taken off in the last decade. Now, nearly EVERY hunter has attempted to plant food specifically to grow bigger and healthier deer. The question is, what should you plant, when, and why, to give you the best opportunity t
Published on Thursday, April 13, 2017by Jake Miller
There is nothing quite like waking up before the world and trekking into the woods in mid-April and the thunder of gobbles crack off through the hazy dawn. You want to be successful on these hunts, toting a shot gun, vertical bow, or the best hunting cros
Published on Saturday, April 1, 2017by Jake Miller
Turkey hunting is hugely popular thanks to tremendous conservation efforts to restore wild turkey populations. With so many people hunting turkeys with archery equipment, vertical bows and hunting crossbows alike, there are some tips to help you be more s
These 5 items are things that you should ALWAYS keep with you when shed hunting. Finding more shed antlers means learning more about where deer travel and which deer are using the property you hunt. This is all ammunition you can use to develop a plan of
Published on Wednesday, March 8, 2017by Jake Miller
When it comes to shed hunting, crossbows won't do you a whole lot of good. These tips about where to spend your time looking will get you off to a good start, however. Sheds and the information we learn about our hunting properties when we put boots on th
Published on Thursday, February 16, 2017by Jake Miller
Terrain, when you use it to your advantage, can be one of the greatest tools and information a whitetail hunter can have in his or her arsenal. In order to put your hunting crossbow to good use, you've got to learn the area you're hunting, how the deer in