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Articles by Clint Stone

Timing The Whitetail Rut

Every area has unique rut dates. Here is how to determine the rut times in yours.
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How To Extend Your Bowhunting Range

Bowhunters who want to shoot farther need the right equipment and work ethic.
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Work the elk to set up your best shot

The right mindset, stealth, and positioning are key to setting up a killer elk bowshot.
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Practice bowhunting during the off season

Bored with spot shooting? Kick your practice up several notches with games in the field and realistic shooting scenarios.
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Turkeys are stupid! Don't complicate your turkey hunt

Don’t complicate the turkey hunting process. Grab the right basic equipment, employ basic tactics, use your head, and just do it!
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Rifle hunting can actually make bowhunting deer better

Donning blaze orange camo during late rifle seasons brings its own set of opportunities—especially for bowhunters with the right attitude and approach.
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Three effective steps for killer bowhunting aim

Bowsights, combined with a rear peep or peep-eliminating system, offer repeatable accuracy that those who do not use sights simply cannot enjoy.
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String-Jumping Strategies

Several keys for reading the situations and timing your shot can help you deal with—or even prevent—shot-spoiling game behavior.
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A Shot Too Far?

Don’t be intimidated by long-range shots. Making them is a matter of well-tuned equipment, smart practice, and confidence.
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Vying For Velvet (Whitetail, That Is)

Velvet-antlered bucks are all the rage. Where are your best prospects for tagging one?
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