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Thanksgiving From the Blind

The week of Thanksgiving seems to be one of the busiest times of the year, especially for the bowhunter. The whitetail rut is winding down, the mercury is sinking quickly, and the holidays are arriving faster than anticipated. 206 more words


With use of only one arm, Ky. high schooler among world's best young archers

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In her navy blue sweater and plaid pleated uniform skirt, 16-year old Faith Oakley looks like the typical student-athlete headed to sports practice after class. 809 more words


Considerations for the Final Two Weeks

Stuart Hoegh

At this point in the season you have likely hunted your best stands a time or two. Either you blew a shot, or the buck you had patterned never turned up. 478 more words


Bowtality: The Vision

Hello everyone! I am so excited to be able to share this new adventure in my life with all of you. As I write this, I am sitting in a hang-on stand on the edge of a standing cornfield waiting for a late rut bruiser to come through. 271 more words


November to Remember – Celebrating Cupid’s Arrow

My wife and I recently celebrated our 5th year wedding anniversary, and we decided to try something new and different together, so we decided to try Cupid’s / Legolas / Hawkeye’s hobby – Archery. 527 more words


Beer Fact or Fiction #993: Beer is made from grass.

It’s true, wheat and barley, two principal ingredients in the brewing of beer, are a member of the grass family. Not the type you smoke, but the type you begrudgingly mow. 16 more words

1001 Beer Facts And Fiction