I was always pretty athletic, but never liked running distances. I dreaded the mile in gym class- those four laps around the track was boring to me. I would much rather have been on the softball field sprinting 60ft from base to base. When our coach made us run, I couldn’t wait for it to be over. Now, flash forward, years out of high school and away from the competitive softball lifestyle, running distances is my therapy and the dreaded “mile” is no longer a daunting task. Pe
I put together a bow hunting gear checklist for women hunters! These are all items that I use and recommend you purchase for a whitetail bow hunt. Below the gear checklist I listed the certain brands of archery gear I use so you know what products are working for me and that I recommend to a woman hunter. If you have any questions please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a comment! #bowhunting #womenhunters #StokerizedStabilizers #huntress #deerhunting #whitetail
If you are looking for a great mineral attractant to help attract deer, increase antler size, and maintain a healthy deer herd, infRACKtion Whitetail Mineral Attractant by Daybreak Outdoors is a great option. I started using infRACKtion this fall and saw results immediately. I put it in a high traffic area where several deer trails met going into a 5 acre turnip plot. While hunting on the last day of bow season I was able to harvest my biggest buck to date because he stopped
You've just shot a deer with your bow & feel you made a good shot. Before you begin tracking there are some things to keep in mind. From the moment I let my arrow fly to the moment the deer runs out of my sight I pay close attention to my shot placement, whether or not the arrow completely passed through, the direction the deer ran and how it was acting. I do NOT take my eyes off of the deer until it is out of my sight. I also keep my ears open to see if I can hear the deer
It’s January 12th and I’m sitting in my tree stand on my last day to hunt of the Missouri deer season. The weather is unseasonably warm with temperatures in the 60’s and wind gusts up to 15 mph. It has been a rough winter up until this point with a lot of ice, snow and temperatures below zero. I’m hunting over a five acre field planted with brassica and turnips that has been a hot spot on my property since December. Suddenly I hear the familiar sound of leaves crunching behin
With more & more people getting involved in archery & bow hunting, I feel I should share a few basic, but important, archery tips that have helped me when shooting my bow:
-The number one, most important thing to me is that you shoot the exact same way each time. Form & consistency is everything so make sure you are anchoring the same way each time. I have a kisser button on my bow string that really helps me find my anchor point quicker each time.
-Loosen up your grip. G