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Bowstring Maintenance – How To Wax Strings

During my archery pro shop days, one of my most commonly fielded questions from customers was regarding their bowstring: When should I replace this? How long should this set last? Do I need aftermarket strings? The string and cable set on your bow is literally the lifeblood of the entire operation. Good strings will keep cams in sync and your bow in top shooting order. S [...]

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The Ins and Outs of a Quality Bowstring

During my archery pro shop days, one of my most commonly fielded questions from customers was regarding their bowstring: When should I replace this? How long should this set last? Do I need aftermarket strings? The string and cable set on your bow is literally the lifeblood of the entire operation. Good strings will keep cams in sync and your bow in top shooting orde [...]

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The Secret Easiest Way to Catch Saltwater Fish

The down right easiest way in my opinion to catch fish. Not only fish in general but decent gamefish. Super simple rigging and just straight forward fishing. Original Source [...]

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Perfect Whitetail Bow Setup, Small Tract TSI

Bill discusses his perfect whitetail bow setup and the tradeoffs that go with it. Jared Mills talks about the advantages of TSI on small properties and begins the task on a 70 acre farm in Eastern Iowa. Original Source [...]

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Deer Camp Favorites- Venison Jerky Challenge: The Smoker vs. The Dehydrator

Since I was a young teenager and began hunting on my own, I always appreciated the taste and functionality of venison jerky. Keeping with many traditions, my family either made jerky or snack sticks with much of the venison we harvested. Now, as an adult, I have an absolute addiction to venison jerky. I won’t settle for the store-bought strips though. I only want the [...]

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Whole Grilled Trout with Blood Orange and Fennel

Grilling an entire fish—head and all—may seem intimidating, but it’s actually much more forgiving than trying to wrangle a delicate fillet on the grate. The high heat of a grill develops a deep brown crust on the skin, which helps the fish release easily from the grate. Trout, in particular, cooks quickly on the grill, and you can almost be assured that by the [...]

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