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Treestand Tips

  Treestand Tips by Ted Lund   There’s no more effective way to harvest deer than with a bow from a treestand. But there are some basic tips hunters need to adhere to in order to maximize potential during the season.  And much of the groundwork can be laid during pre-season scouting. Ryan Lewin is […]

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Now’s the Time to Tune Up for Season

  Now’s the Time to Tune Up for Season by Ted Lund   When Bryan Zabitski isn’t working on stories and columns related to his position as a field editor for Crossbow Connection Magazine or fielding customer queries as the customer service manager for TenPoint Crossbows, you’ll find him getting ready for the next archery […]

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Late Season Spring Gobblers

  Late Season Spring Gobblers by Ted Lund Calling in late-spring gobblers is tough enough, thanks to the added visual challenges of spring growth on trees and underbrush. Couple that with a tom’s waning interest as mating draws to a close, and things are just a little tougher. Add a crossbow to the equation, and […]

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Fourtrack Talks the Tom Bomb

  Fourtrack Talks the Tom Bomb by Capt. Ted Lund   Hunting outfitter Chris Fourtrack spends about 80 days a year guiding clients for bear, moose, elk, mule and whitetail deer as well three different species of turkey in the Pacific Northwest. A majority of his clients are serious archers, and for them, he recommends […]

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Gregg Family Talks Toxic from Flying Arrow Archery

  Gregg Family Talks Toxic from Flying Arrow Archery by Capt. Ted Lund   Licensed To Kill TV’s Dean, Floyd and Chase Gregg have only been using Flying Arrow Archery’s Toxic Broadheads for one deer season, but what the Indiana-based hunting family has experienced in that short time has mightily impressed them. The father-and-sons-trio document […]

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