ATA Highlights – Dead Center Pro Bow Balancer

ATA Highlights – Dead Center Pro Bow Balancer
ATA Highlights – Existing Product By Darren Choate, Gear Editor For the bowhunter, accuracy is key. Accuracy is achieved by proper bow set up and tuning. While walking the floor at ATA this year, our contributor team heard about a bow balancing product offered by Dead Center Archery, so we stopped by their booth to check it out. Their Pro... Read More

Sight Unseen

Sight Unseen
Bowhunting a New Area It’s inevitable; if you bowhunt long enough and apply for multiple states, you’re eventually going to hunt unfamiliar territory. I’m not referring to hunting a ridge, drainage, or canyon you’ve never seen. I’m referring to completely new areas or units you’ve never set foot in on public land. While I’ve documented how to properly research new... Read More

Identifying the Enemy

Identifying the Enemy
Ten Reasons why Western Bowhunters Fail Have you ever wondered why some bowhunters seem to have more success than others? Whether or not they’re hunting multiple states and/or species, public or private land, they simply get it done each and every year. I’ve been fortunate to meet and know a few consistently successful bowhunters over the years and have learned... Read More

The Trick-Pin System: Quit your Rangefinder Habit!

The Trick-Pin System: Quit your Rangefinder Habit!
This may be the coolest thing you never knew about your bow! We’ve all heard somebody say something like, “This new bow is so fast you probably only need one pin out to 50 yards!” In response, experienced bowhunters collectively snicker because you all know better – that is…until I let you all in on one of my best-kept secrets.... Read More

Perfect Bow Setups – Part 2 – For the Budget-Conscious and Practical Bowhunter

Perfect Bow Setups – Part 2 – For the Budget-Conscious and Practical Bowhunter
A Setup for the Budget-Conscious and Practical Bowhunter  Hoyt Charger – MSRP $500 While I was at the Hoyt booth, I came across their new mid-priced Charger bow. In my opinion, this bow is one of the best values on the market. At only $499, the Charger is a real shooter. It has a super smooth draw cycle that breaks over... Read More