Monthly Archives: August 2016

5 Simple Postseason Trail Camera Strategies

So, Christmas has come and gone, the annual ATA (Archery Trade Association) Show is over and your deer season has most likely come to a close. So now what? Well, don’t put your trail cameras away just yet. Even though the whitetail hunting season may be over (or close to it for most areas) you […]

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The Expert’s Guide to Stalking Elk

Forget Calling: The Strategy Behind Stalking Elk For the better part of 20 years my bowhunting life revolved around trying to coax public land bull elk into bow range. Calling elk is something I dearly love and my hunting partners and I have had many encounters and a good amount of successful hunts using this […]

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Walk Back Tuning Your Bow

As I write this I am knee deep in testing a few different products in the hopes they will help me fill my whitetail tags this fall. Most recently, I dove into a few different broadheads for an upcoming big-game hunt. In the midst of the testing I realized two important procedures that I had […]

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Smoked Sensations: Great Tips for Smoking Deer Meat

Smoking meat is a timeless method of preservation or cooking dating back centuries throughout the world. Historical accounts reveal that smoking venison, waterfowl and fish has been refined and passed down through generations as an effective way to provide food for families and travel.Smoking venison and creating tasty sausage is one of the best ways […]

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Fred Eichler’s 5 ‘Musts’ of a Guided Elk Hunt

Fulldraw Outfitters owner/operator, Fred Eichler, has guided hundreds of elk hunters in the pristine mountains of Colorado. With a success rate that keeps him booked well over a year in advance, Eichler’s track record proves his proficiency at filling his client’s elk tags. Beyond the success stories, Eichler has also seen his share of elk hunters […]

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