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How to Bow Hunt
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Bow hunting requires a combination of skill, patience, and knowledge. Here's a step-by-step guide to help you get started with bow hunting: Legal Requirements:Check and comply with local laws and regulations regarding bow hunting. This includes obtaining the necessary licenses and permits.Learn Archery Basics:Before heading into the field, become p...
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6 Reasons to Bow Hunt Turkeys This Spring
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Turkey hunting with a bow is a love/hate relationship.  Archers love being in the spring woods yet hate getting busted by a gobbler whenever they draw their bow or raise a crossbow.  Turkeys have the eyesight of an eagle and will detect motion in its slightest form.  And they can see color so camouflage is absolutely a must.   Watch Spring Explode
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Preston Pittman Signature 3 in 1 Hen Turkey Decoy, In Stock Now!
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MOJO® Outdoors, World Leader in Motion Decoys is proud to announce that their all new, patent pending 3-in-1 Hen Turkey Decoy is in stock and currently shipping to Dealers.  Apply named the “Feeder/Breeder” it is a high detail hen turkey decoy that can be deployed in any one of 3 positions by a specially designed, patent pending housing mounted ins
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SK Customs Launches New “Gold Series” Featuring the Early Italian Renaissance
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SK Customs®, the Nation’s only series-driven, limited-edition manufacturer of custom firearms, is proud to announce its new “Gold Series” as part of the Early Italian Renaissance collection. Drawing inspiration from the 15th century, the Early Italian Renaissance Series showcases the masterpieces of renowned artists such as Michelangelo, Da Vinci,
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Pittman-Robinson: One Tax Worth Paying
Bowhunting.Net
Every broadhead, arrow, crossbow, rifle, and bullet sold in the USA is taxed 11% by the US Government.  Manufacturers pay this tax before an item is sold, so you don’t notice it, but these funds have saved hunting and conservation in the USA.  Here’s the whole story.   Original link
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Statement from the Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies on the Introduction of the America’s Wildlife Habitat Conservation Act
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Today, Chairman of the House Committee on Natural Resources, Congressman Bruce Westerman (AR), introduced the America’s Wildlife Habitat Conservation Act (AWHCA), a comprehensive bill that seeks to enhance fish and wildlife habitat across the country. “The Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies appreciates Chairman Westerman’s commitment to prov
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How to Make Coffee with the Best RV Coffee Maker
RV Industry News
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RVing Across Europe
RV Industry News
  Sign In  Register Sign In 2 minutes reading time (456 words) RV Industry News RVing (recreational vehicle travel) around Europe can be a fantastic way to explore the diverse landscapes, cultures, and historical sites of the continent. Here are some tips and considerations for RV travel in Europe: Vehicle Size and Regulations:European roads and ca
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Yellowfin Sole
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The Yellowfin Sole (Limanda aspera) is a species of flatfish found in the North Pacific Ocean. Here are some key characteristics and information about the Yellowfin Sole: Habitat:Yellowfin Sole is primarily found in the northern Pacific Ocean, ranging from the Sea of Japan to the Bering Sea and along the coasts of Alaska and Canada.Appearance:As a ...
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Black Grouse
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The black grouse (Tetrao tetrix) is a game bird native to Europe, Asia, and parts of North America. Here are some key characteristics and information about the black grouse: Appearance:Male black grouse, often referred to as "blackcocks," are known for their striking black plumage with a glossy blue or green sheen. They have a lyre-shaped tail and ...
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Keck Receives National Recognition as Top Communicator
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EDGEFIELD, S.C. — Former NWTF CEO Rob Keck received the NWTF’s Tom Kelly Communicator of the Year Award for his efforts sharing the NWTF’s story to conserve the wild turkey and preserve our hunting heritage. “There is no greater conservation story to tell than the return of the wild turkey and the role that NWTF played in making that happen,” Keck
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Barnett Hyper Raptor- Great Bow at a Modest Price
Bowhunting.Net
Here’s the skinny: Hyperflite arrows penetrate greater than any standard arrow.  “You better shoot the corner of the target,” said Tim Gordon, owner of Keystone Sports archery shop in Hagerstown, Maryland.  “Even then, you’ll probably need an arrow gripper to remove it.”  Sure enough, barely three inches of shaft protruded from a commercial grade t
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Whitetail Deer Rely on Quality Winter Habitat
Bowhunting.Net
Come April, white-tailed deer in the northern states have gone through their worst hard time. Prolonged severe winter weather is the most taxing time in a whitetail’s life, particularly at the edges of their northernmost range. Does will soon give birth—if they haven’t starved. To get through this demanding period, whitetails “yard up” or congregat
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RV Safety
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2 minutes reading time (424 words) Ensuring safety while using a recreational vehicle (RV) is crucial for a pleasant and secure travel experience. Here are some important RV safety tips: Regular Maintenance:Conduct regular inspections of your RV, checking for any mechanical issues, tire wear, and fluid levels. Keep up with routine maintenance to pr
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Wels Catfish
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The Wels Catfish (Silurus glanis) is one of the largest freshwater fish species in the world and is native to Europe. Here are some key characteristics and information about the Wels Catfish: Size:Wels catfish can grow to impressive sizes, with individuals occasionally reaching lengths of over 10 feet (3 meters). They are known for their substantia...
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