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T. J.'s guest in this episode is A. Preston Taylor. He's written some great articles for Traditional Bowhunter Magazine, and he's ..read more
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Where the deer and the antelope play… As the words from Home on the Range suggest, the American pronghorn, familiarly known as antelope ..read more
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Traditional Bowhunter Magazine by Kevin Forrester - 6d ago
I enjoy hunting with traditional longbows, but the same issues arise every year with my usual hunting methods: tree stands, ground blinds ..read more
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This article was published in the Aug/Sep 2019 issue of Traditional Bowhunter® Magazine. Image by David Mark from Pixabay The post ..read more
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Traditional Bowhunter Magazine by Melvin Edwards - 1w ago
While trying to get just a little closer to the prey, many hunters take off their boots and continue in stocking feet. This does two ..read more
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Grizzly tracks paved the dusty mule trails, in places erasing all sign of the heavy camp traffic. As dusk pulled shadows from the forest, ..read more
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Have you ever been outdoors in damp or rainy weather and needed to start a fire, but had nothing dry enough to use? Here is an old trick ..read more
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The alarm had been going off for some time when I finally reached around to hit the snooze button. I should have been bouncing out of bed ..read more
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We have all read articles about the importance of staying hydrated, especially in warm weather hunting. The dangers of not drinking enough ..read more
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I simply needed some quiet time—what I like to call “me-time.” Time to chill out, reflect, think, and just relax. Everything seemed ..read more

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