How To Test your Bowhunting Effective Range

How To Test your Bowhunting Effective Range

March 12th, 2010 / Posted by David / No Comments

Question: I would like a measuring stick for my shooting ability. Are there any standards that I can apply during my practice sessions so that I know when I’m accurate enough to make killing shots at 30 yards? That’s my goal.

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Dave Eder’s Hunting Blog – Part Three

Dave Eder’s Hunting Blog – Part Three

November 13th, 2009 / Posted by David / No Comments

The past few weeks have been extremely frustrating for me. As you may have seen from my earlier posts I’ve had a lot great deer-cam photos and ev en shot a nice 9-pointer in mid October. I though all those pictures and the early buck score were making way for my best season ever. Turns [...]

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How would you hunt these scrapes?

How would you hunt these scrapes?

November 13th, 2009 / Posted by David / No Comments

Question: The farm I hunt has a long ridge running right through the middle of it. There are usually scrapes and trails located right on the ridge top, but I have never seen any decent bucks from stands located on the ridge. Is it possible that these scrapes are only being made and freshened at [...]

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Question about Hunting Deer Bedding Areas

Question about Hunting Deer Bedding Areas

November 13th, 2009 / Posted by David / No Comments

Question: Will a trophy whitetail bed with his back to a thick row along a creek looking out over a fallow field? Or is this more likely a doe bedding area? I recently scouted an old farm field and found a few old rubs from last year along a creek that is very thick. Along [...]

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Should I be using right of left helical?

Should I be using right of left helical?

November 13th, 2009 / Posted by David / No Comments

Question: I’ve started using a light helical fletching. I’m a right-handed shooter. Should I be using right of left helical? Is there a difference? I have fletching clamps for my jig for both so I can use either. I’ve been using right and it shoots the same as straight with my field points. I haven’t [...]

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Dave Eder’s 2009 Bowhunting Season Weeks 2-3

Dave Eder’s 2009 Bowhunting Season Weeks 2-3

October 19th, 2009 / Posted by David / No Comments

The weekend of October 17th brought the end of the October Lull for me…As I scored with a New Jersey Buck.

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Are my sight pins or form messed up?

Are my sight pins or form messed up?

October 11th, 2009 / Posted by David / No Comments

Question: When I line up my nocked arrow with the string it appears that the sight pins are well left. I’m right-handed. It seems that they should all line up if the bow is properly sighted in. What causes this and is my form flawed? Answer: There are two reasons your sight pins have to [...]

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October 10th, 2009 / Posted by David / No Comments

Question: Can deer smell my breath? What can I do about it? Answer: We believe that human breath is one of the strongest sources of human odor. Other strong sources include your hair and armpits. To best deal with mouth odor it pays to brush your teeth often with baking soda toothpaste. Also, Scent-Lok offers [...]

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Early Season Tactics

Early Season Tactics

October 9th, 2009 / Posted by David / No Comments

The Rut Won’t Hit For At Least A Month Or Two But This May Be The Best Time To Score Big! by Randy Templeton

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How long before sunset do you think I need to be in my tree stand?

How long before sunset do you think I need to be in my tree stand?

October 9th, 2009 / Posted by David / No Comments

Question: Thank you for the great electronic magazine. I only wish I had found you sooner! I’m planning on doing a lot of late season hunting this year. I have two questions: In past seasons I have done some, but never very seriously because it is so very cold up here where I hunt in [...]

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