Plump does make for good eating and great excuse to get out of the office. That’s the life of a bowhunter!
Bowhunting World Editor Jace Bauserman takes a day off from the deer woods to set up and test Elite’s new-for-2016 flagship bow.
Back home and back in the office after tornadoes, snow storms, two states and few successful hunts…Bauserman begins his search for a Damage Tag doe.
In an ocean of hard-hitting, technology-rich bows, Mathews continues to find purposeful, innovative ways to set itself apart from those it swims with.
After putting down his Oklahoma buck, Bauserman experiences a roller coaster of serious weather conditions.
Jace’s last night in Oklahoma proves hairy with tornadoes touching down in the region, but it was also successful…buck down!
My morning hunt was pretty quiet. I did, as with so many of my sits on this trip, get teased by a small buck. To the hour, I’ve let a total of four bucks walk on this trip.
Sometimes a good turkey hunt turns up during deer season. Always be prepared.
The best laid plans of deer hunters almost never come to fruition. It’s no different for Bauserman either, as an 8-point and the wind get the best of our bowhunter.
Jace has his eye on one specific whitetail buck on an Oklahoma ranch.