Refusing To Stop Short
By: Luke Hartle
Trail cams can provide as much invaluable information during the season as they can during pre-season scouting. Continue Reading
Huge Burnett County Buck Harvest!
Monster Buck shot in Burnett County Wisconsin!
Opening weekend of archery season in Wisconsin has started, and with that, many eager hunters hit the woods in anticipation on getting into the stand in hopes of having a shot at a monster buck! Well for this lucky hunter in Burnett County he sure had the hunt of a life time! Continue Reading
Wisconsin Archery Season!
With Wisconsin archery opener only a day away! Check out his video to get you pumped up for tomorrow!! Bowhunt or Die team shoots an awesome buck!
Are You Ready For Fall?
The Deer Society tells us a story about a buck called Mr. Maybe… Check out this video to find out what this hunter did to harvest a deer of this caliber!
Big Buck Down With A Message!
Bowhunting.com Pro-Staffer Dean Kreuger puts down a great buck and has a message that everyone should hear about! Continue Reading
Great read if you are looking for a piece of equipment to defuse your crossbow!
Hard Work Leads To Success!
Check out the video of his hunt below! Continue Reading
THE GAME OF INCHES
By: Patrick Kalmerton
How many times have you heard the words “IF ONLY” or “A FEW MORE INCHES” come from the disgruntled sighs of a hunting companion? If only the buck would have… If only I would have… If only the wind wouldn’t have… The frustration continues, but there’s more to take away from these missed opportunities. Continue Reading
Passing it On
By: Todd Larson
Holding a bow in my hand has always felt right. Natural. Maybe it’s something that was passed down in my DNA or maybe it was something as simple as my father putting a bow in my hand and walking with me in the woods behind the family cabin looking for deer. Or maybe after all of that, it was the time we spent together sharing a common interest called hunting. I also think that maybe as time went on and the men got older, it wasn’t so much about the harvest but the stories told and the memories made. In my case, that’s how it all started. Continue Reading