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Cooler temperatures are finally upon us, marking the beginning of what is sure to be a memorable hunting season for scores of hunters, myself included. And, if you are an avid bowhunter, chances are you plan to spend time with your bow in hand even during rifle season. Hopefully, your time afield prior to this season has afforded you ample opportunities to scout your hunting properties and layout your hunting spots after considering a few key concerns the greatest of these are scent control and wind direction.
GO Outdoor University - Vol. 8.
By: Sam Hall
Feature Article - Product - How to - Tips
Early Season Scrape LineOutdoor Hall of Fame member Byron Ferguson joins Whitetail Bladder Pro Staff and will hunt this season with Early Season Scrape Line and Single'estrus whitetail lures.
Byron Ferguson and Jeff Keyes, of Keyes Hunting Gear, show off the Fresh Tracks Back Quiver. The newly added quiver feature makes this pack the ultimate Keyes Hunting Gear large capacity pack. Its pocketing can handle nearly any hunting need.
Long-time industry leaders in illuminated riflescopes, Trijicon has brought their "Brilliant Aiming Solutions" to the archery world with the Trijicon AccuPin, a single-pin adjustable sight with some neat innovations. One of those solutions is a high-contrast triangular aiming point, which has proven more accurate in firearms. Another is a clear pin. In this configuration, the aiming tip points to your target instead of obscuring it, addressing a serious concern for many bowhunters.
Quality Archery Designs shows its true colors with the Limited Edition Patriot available at QAD authorized dealers from sea to shining sea.
A Gut Check
Yes, I've said it, and I'm sure some, perhaps many will stop reading my articles based on irreconcilable differences. It's not debatable, it's a fact if you're not practicing you're not a good hunter. My boss had a saying, "If you don't like it, fix it!" The readers agreeing with me come from two groups - those that do practice year-round, and those who feel somewhat convicted because they know I'm right!
When considering hunter ethics, the most important element beyond the scope of wildlife conservation and habitat preservation is shot placement. Good bowhunters understand this critical ingredient and practice year round to ensure their prey receive nothing short of best efforts from confident, ethical integrity-minded sportsmen.
Jim Miller and Kenneth Tallant bowhunt Pronghorn Antelope. Learn how purchasing over the counter tags in New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, North & South Dakota, Idaho and Oregon, makes for a great late summer to early fall adventure.