RAPID CITY, SD (October 24, 2022) – The National Bowhunter Education Foundation (NBEF) reminds bowhunters of its “Photos from the Field” initiative and contest. NBEF understands the importance of creating an environment to showcase bowhunting in a positive manner and recognize bowhunters who are proud of their sport. Continue reading “Photos From the Field” Contest Reminder from NBEF
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Sep. 20, 2022) – Costa Sunglasses, manufacturer of the first color-enhancing, all-polarized glass sunglass lens, brings next-level PRO-formance to its best-selling Jose frame. As part of the brand’s fall 2022 collection, this legacy frame, rebuilt with angler-approved upgrades, is named in honor of the legendary waterman and larger-than-life personality, Jose Wejebe. Continue reading Costa Sunglasses Launches Jose PRO, Honors Legendary Waterman
As summer comes to an end it’s time to start thinking about school, fall bowhunting, and before we know it, the holidays. It’s crazy to think how fast the year has flown by, but there’s no reason to not enjoy every second we have left.
We still have some summer remaining and lots of sunshine to enjoy, so let’s make the most out of it!
215 – Hunting the Outback – Australia hunting and a hybrid broadhead with True Blue Broadheads
In this episode, we’re chatting with Max from True Blue Broadheads. I was surprised to find out what species you can hunt while visiting Australia. Continue reading #HuntFishTravel Ep215 – Hunting the Outback – Australia hunting and a hybrid broadhead with True Blue Broadheads
SALT LAKE CITY — Several years of ongoing drought conditions have impacted mule deer populations across the state. Here are a few things people hunting deer and elk in Utah this fall should know.
Drought impacts deer by decreasing their body fat (because there are fewer plants and available food sources on the landscape). If the does have poor body fat and nutrition, it leads to smaller fawns, and those fawns have a decreased chance of surviving. If an adult deer has too little body fat at the beginning of the winter — especially a severe winter — it will often not survive the winter months. Recent deer research, conducted in Utah, has shown that the amount of fat deer have going into the winter has more of an impact on their likelihood to survive than the conditions and severity of the winter itself. Continue reading Utah: What Hunters Should Know for 2022 Deer and Elk Hunts