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Why Use a Drop Away Rest?

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I’m excited to report that next week I will be returning back to Michigan from my summer internship in New York City. To celebrate, I plan on making a few upgrades to my bow before the season. My first point of...

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The Economic Hunter

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I just ran across an article in the Dallas Morning News discussing a number of ways hunters, fisherman and outdoors enthusiasts can save some money and gas this year while dealing with these tough economic times… “Fuel costs are a major issue, but...

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2008 Beijing Summer Olympics Exciting Even For Hunters

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With the 2008 Summer Olympics starting today, the world is buzzing with anticipation and excitement. As exciting as the Olympics are, it might seem like a pretty irrelevant event to outdoorsman, but the Olympics aren’t just for gymnasts and swimmers. The Summer Olympics bring...

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Virginia Court Rules In Favor Of Urban Bowhunting

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The recent comments from Bob Barker in relation to the supposed danger of hunting near residential areas really set me off the other day. But now a Virginia court has ruled in favor of hunter’s rights to be in these areas.  This ruling really sets...

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30 million Reasons Why Hunters Are Needed

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Yesterday, ABC ran a story about the increasing problem of deer overpopulation in urban areas and the means that communities are taking to deal with this. According to this report the number of deer in America has grown from 300,000...

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Deer Uses Seventh Grader as a Human Salt Lick

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This is really old news, two years actually, but I really got a kick out of this article when I ran upon it this morning. Should be good for an early morning laugh. According to ABCNews.com on Oct 23 2006, apparently a...

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