MassWildlife seeking Comments on Proposal to Extend Archery Season Statewide

Aug 14, 2023 Torin Miller

The Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife (MassWildlife) is hosting a hybrid public hearing on Tuesday, August 15, 2023 on proposed regulations that would extend the dates of the archery deer hunting season in Wildlife…

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Action Alert: Oppose Legislative Wildlife Management in Oklahoma

Mar 8, 2023 Torin Miller

Oklahoma House Bill 2355 (HB 2355), which passed out of the Oklahoma House of Representatives on March 7 and is now being considered by the Oklahoma Senate, would establish arrow-shooting airguns, or ‘air bows’, as…

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Archery Season Recap With Hosts Nick Pinizzotto and Mike ”The Doctor” Groman

Nov 24, 2021 NDA Staff

it’s hard to believe, but with the peak of the rut behind us many hunters have moved on from their bows and regular archery seasons and are either picking up their firearms or are looking…

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How to Prep for Deer Season in a Small Suburban Home

Sep 8, 2021 Ben Westfall

Many of us, myself included, do not own hunting land or even live outside of city limits. In fact, 52% of American households are classified as suburban, while only 21% of households are considered rural!…

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A History Lesson on the Progression of Archery Hunting with Jay McAninch

Sep 1, 2021 NDA Staff

Who better to give a history lesson on the progression of archery hunting than the man with more than 50 years of experience behind a bow and who was the leader of the Archery Trade…

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Don’t Put Your Bow Away Just Yet

Feb 6, 2019 Brian Grossman

For years I shot 3D archery — typically a few shoots each summer as a way to prepare for the upcoming deer season. And while I always enjoyed the chance to shoot my bow, as…

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Bowhunters, Are You Ready?

Aug 22, 2018 Brian Grossman

With archery deer season quickly approaching, there is no better time than now to make sure that both you and your equipment are ready for opening day. Summer is in full swing, which for many…

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Five Rules for Recovering Liver-Shot Deer

Oct 5, 2016 Jeremy Juhasz

I settled into my stand with favorable weather conditions and plenty of optimism for an early season September bowhunt in the rolling hills of Eastern Ohio. As the sun dipped below the horizon, I heard…

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7 Ways to Start Young Bowhunters Right

Jul 9, 2015 Bill Badgley

Recently, bowhunter Mandy Hulett asked me if her young son Evan’s archery equipment was adequate for killing deer. She lives in a state where there is no minimum age limit for hunting, so it falls…

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High Deer Recovery Rates for Fixed-Blade and Mechanical Broadheads

Feb 24, 2014 Lindsay Thomas Jr.

Every year at the Southeast Deer Study Group meeting, a few research presentations stand out from the others and leave the audience murmuring long after the question-and-answer period has been cut off. QDMA member Andy…

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