On today's show, western bowhunter turned whitetail junkie Jace Bauserman discusses his reasoning behind exactly how he sets up his whitetail bows in order to be as lethal in the deer woods as possible.
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As big game seasons close across the country, it’s a good time to turn your focus to small game. Not only are rabbits great table fare, but they also offer an excellent opportunity to sharpen your archery skills. After all, this is probably the time of year when bows are neglected most.
Most hunters pursuing cottontail rabbits use a .22 Long Rifle or trusty 12 gauge. If putting meat on the table is your ultimate goal, either gun...
This is a slow time of year for most game wardens, but last week one officer got a call that he’ll never forget. It all ended with him taking aim at the antlers of two entangled whitetail bucks and touching off a shot from his 12-gauge.
Officer Scott Kallweit was dispatched in response to a call Russ and Shelley Wright, a couple that came across two male whitetails near their home in Calgary, Alberta, that had locked their horns together while...
First light has come and gone and you find yourself on the move, covering ground and looking for birds. You rip a crow call and it happens—a tom cuts loose. He’s close, maybe a little too close.
The moments after you locate a bird can be some of the most chaotic a hunter will ever experience, but you shouldn’t panic. Here’s the foolproof method I use to set up quickly and drop the hammer on spring gobblers.
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