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Best Ways to Hunt With A Rangefinder

April 19, 2018

One of the most challenging things for any archery hunter to do is determine an appropriate range when making a shot. Even some of the most talented hunters in the world struggle with this, which is why a rangefinder is such a useful and essential tool. So much of your bow hunting technique is actually […]

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Top 10 Common Mistakes Most People Always Do When Using the Archery

April 18, 2018

Well, taking a bow and shoot it may seem to be easy to undertake. However, it is not simple like a piece of cake! If you have an opportunity to take part in an archery class, then you could hear someone ask their teacher that “Why I cannot shoot to the middle point?” It is […]

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Teaching Your Children on How to Ski in the Water

April 4, 2018

Waterskiing is another amazing outdoor activity that you and I love it so much. It is not a random thing that waterskiing is also a kind of sport around the world like archery or something like that. When skiing in the water, all players can enjoy the fresh air, get more fun, and practice the […]

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How To Catch Steelheads- Fishing Tips To Carry To The Banks

April 2, 2018

The rainbow trout is one of America’s most prized fish, a cousin to the steelhead. These fish are Asia, North America, and Pacific Ocean natives and are also found in the rivers that flow into the Pacific Ocean. Steelheads are anadromous-they don’t spend their entire lives in the rivers like the Rainbow Trout but migrate […]

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Fact: Women and Archery

April 1, 2018

When mentioning about archery, it immediately comes out on our mind the strongman image. But is it true that Archery is not spent for women? In fact, it is contrasty that women are getting used to with archery more and more. Some of the main aspects will be mentioned in this article. After reading this […]

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Informal Shooting

December 26, 2017

My compound-shooting friends have a wicked time on my archery range–an informal setup in my one-acre backyard, complete with hill and rocks. You see, it wasn’t designed with them in mind. Only a couple of targets allow the “straight-up” stance correct for the compound with sights–or any bow with sights, really. Often the bowbender on […]