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Sage Houle’s Nebraska Turkey

The snow was falling quickly as Andy and I headed towards the Denver area after we left Gunnison. Our phones continued to buzz as we drove to Nebraska, warning us about the snowstorm in Denver. The hotels we passed were

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Why You Need a Nerdy Friend

To increase your chances of success in the backcountry, get to know your local wildlife biologist. Sure, they may be nerdy scientist, but these people are amazing! Due to family events, my 2015 elk hunting season consisted of only two

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A Different Approach To Gear Selection Part 1

At a very early age my father introduced me to aviation. I dreamed of one day designing and building my own airplane. One principal that he taught me was that in aircraft design it’s all about compromise. You have to

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Roger Medley’s 2015 Gear Thoughts

My approach to hunting is spent trying to stay as lightweight (tarps vs tents) as possible while still maintaining a level of comfort that provides for a good night’s rest – 2015 was no different. We started by hiking into

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Kasey Mock’s 2015 Gear Thoughts

We spent 8 days on the mountain in early September, public land DIY archery elk. There were four of us total, and I was successful and harvesting a nice bull on the third day. We did have a canvas wall

Mechanical or Fixed Blade Broadheads?

Is that really the title of the article? Is he really going bring up a controversial topic? Yep! So, which is better – mechanical or fixed blade broadheads? This is a debate that many are very passionate about. The truth

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Broadhead Tuning

Broadhead Tuning  Getting arrows to fly well has been a huge issue for many for a long time. So huge that it launched a multi-million dollar business segment for mechanical (expandable)  broadheads. Do you shoot mechanicals? Don’t worry, this article

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Bow Tuning – Initial Setup

Bow Tuning – Initial Setup  In our scenario lets start with a brand new bow, right out of the box. Tuning your bow starts with a of couple simple basics. One is the best shot form possible. If you’re unsure

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Picking a Stove

So, you’ve decided to go with a stove. Now the hard part begins – what kind? There are ones with canisters, ones with require liquid fuel, ones made out of a tuna fish can, and the list goes on. Which

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Selecting a Peep Sight

So, why would I want a peep sight anyway? And how do I know what size peep sight to use? As archers, these are some of the questions that may go through our heads. So let’s answer them both. It

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