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Fixing common archery blunders

by Jeff Kavanagh | August 10, 2022

Many people make archery more complicated than necessary. Here are some simple tips to avoid some of the most common shooting faults.

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OOD columnist wins archery gold medals

by Steve Galea | August 3, 2022

OOD Bowhunting Columnist Tim Watts won three gold medals at Archery Canada’s recent Canadian National Archery Championships.

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Choosing a hunting bow sight

by Tim Watts | December 17, 2021

Choosing a new sight for your hunting bow can be a little intimidating. How do you decide what features you need and want?

Discover the fun and freedom of old-school bowhunting

by Jeff Kavanagh | October 13, 2021

I had to watch every step I took through the thick grass, reeds, and bulrushes. I was making my way alongside the meandering stream in the lush flats below the beaver dam.

Bowhunting accessories I won’t hunt without

by Tim Watts | September 29, 2021

Over the years, I have used many gadgets that were supposed to help me become a more successful hunter.

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Get more from your rangefinder

by Tim Watts | August 10, 2021

bows with higher let-off to carbon-fibre arrows, technology in the archery industry has grown immensely over the last few years.

Insights for choosing your first bow

by Jeff Kavanagh | July 22, 2021

A gun hunter can take advantage of the longer archery season with a bow that feels like a rifle without the long learning curve of a vertical bow.

Lessons learned from bowhunting wild turkey

by Tim Watts | April 21, 2021

Most hunters choose to hunt turkeys with a shotgun, some choose to up the challenge by hunting these amazing birds with archery gear.

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Letting go with release aids

by Tim Watts | November 3, 2020

Archery is a game of human consistency. Archers who choose to shoot with a release aid are trying to minimize human error – here’s how.