Bow Hunting Magazine Canada | Bow Hunting Tips and Tricks

Arrows: seeking the best possible flight

by Editorial Staff | October 14, 2015

A savvy tuner will know when inadequate fletching is indicated

Adventures in Bear Country

Belles, bows, and bears

by April Scott-Clarke | May 17, 2015

Adventures in Bear Country, not your typical girls’ getaway

Man with rangefinder

Make better use of your rangefinder

by Nigel Read | January 15, 2015

How to use a great tool more effectively

sitting in a ground blind

Solid Advice for the All-Day Sit

by Gord Ellis | November 17, 2014

It can be a harrowing experience, but sometimes it’s the only route to success.


Lighted Nocks: A Great Aid for Bowhunters

by Nigel Read | September 13, 2014

Shed some light on your shot and your set up


Shooting Form for Utmost Accuracy

by Nigel Read | September 9, 2014

Improve your archery skills with a few minor tweaks.

Mission crossbows

Mission archery issues recall

by Editorial Staff | June 12, 2014

About 9,500 crossbows have been affected.

NASP - kids shooting bows

Archery enters schools this fall

by Guest Author | May 8, 2014

The National Archery in Schools Program is being launched in Ontario.

ontario bowhunter - Robert Giugovaz (left) and Scott Holland with Holland's elk.

Ontario bowhunter grabs another record

by Barney Moorhouse | January 22, 2014

Scott Holland of Kingston is no stranger to such titles.