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NEW BOWHUNTING GEAR FOR 2015

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Best New Crossbows for 2015

by Tracy Breen

Mike Clerkin from NAW TV shows you how to get real with your crossbow practice regimen. As crossbow popularity continues… more »

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What You Need to Know About Tick-Borne Illness

by David Hart

To most of us, ticks are just a necessary distraction from the things we love so much. We flick them… more »

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Best New Compound Bows for 2015

by Tracy Breen

Want to get the most out of your new rig? Check out this advice on why it’s so important to… more »

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9 Killer New Arrows for 2015

by Tracy Breen

Want to maximize the accuracy of your new arrows? Check out this advice on choosing the right peep sights for… more »

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DIY Habitat Improvement: Building Your Own Deer Dreams

by Gordon Whittington

For most of us whitetail hunters it starts not as a firm plan, but as a flickering wish. We love… more »

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NAW’s Deer Rifle Buyer’s Guide

by David Hart

Buying a new deer rifle is never an easy task. The good news is that you’ve got hundreds of combinations… more »

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Ellen Turner Buck: 180-Inch Ohio Brute

by Ellen Turner

Not many Ohio deer hunters can say their first kill was made on another continent. But that’s how I started… more »

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Best Spots for Bowhunting Wisconsin’s Trophy Bucks

by Darren Warner

If you think that Wisconsin’s reputation as a premier monster-buck producer is overblown and antiquated, then I have just one… more »

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10 Most Important Days for Deer Management Each Month

by Derrek Sigler

  Serious deer hunters know that the season never really ends. From planting and maintaining food plots to servicing your… more »

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Dr. Deer: Why You Should Harvest More Does

by Dr. James C. Kroll

A great deal has changed in whitetail research and management, but nothing more striking than the concept of doe harvest…. more »

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Tim Young Buck: 195-Inch Bluegrass State Velvet Bruiser

by Bernie Barringer

Living in the state of New York years ago, Tim Young was so consumed with hunting big whitetails that he… more »

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What’s the Best Method for Using Trail Cameras to Pattern Trophy Bucks?

by North American Whitetail Online Staff

What’s the best way to use trail cameras in trying to pattern trophy whitetails? Chris Parrish  |  Knight & Hale… more »

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How to Determine the Right Draw Length

by Terry Wunderle

A longtime friend of my son Vic had traveled from the warm side of Texas to the cool part of… more »

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How to Stay Mentally and Physically Prepped for DIY Whitetail Hunts

by Bernie Barringer

When it comes to do-it-yourself whitetail hunts, much has been written on finding the right place and figuring out how… more »

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Best Spots for Bowhunting Trophy Bucks in Pennsylvania

by Darren Warner

Bowhunters in the Keystone State must match wits with other savvy stick-and-string deer-slayers who all are pursuing smart bucks that… more »

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How to Improve Your Bowhunting Skills in the Summer

by Terry Wunderle

Deer season is over, and for an avid hunter it’s a very long wait until the next one begins. But… more »

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10 Ways to Make Your Food Plots Better Right Now

by Derrek Sigler

We can all agree that food plots are a tested and true way to grow bigger, healthier deer, and bring… more »

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Dr. Deer: How to Protect Your Food Plot Using Electric Fences

by Dr. James C. Kroll

A few years back I presented our revolutionary findings about using electric fencing to manage food plots for whitetails. The… more »

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20 Best DIY Whitetail States for 2015

by Bernie Barringer

According to a recent survey conducted by the National Deer Alliance, 42 percent of deer hunters said they have travelled… more »

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Surefire Tips for Hunting Pop-Up Blinds Effectively

by Patrick Meitin

I’d bowhunted from pop-up blinds before, mostly for turkeys and pronghorns. I’d also enjoyed successful pop-up ventures in a couple… more »