With 1000's of bowhunting products on the market and more products coming out all the time its hard to keep up. In our bowhunting gear section we review new products and provide written and video tips from bowhunting experts.
Basic Deer Hunting Equipment
for the Novice Bow Hunter
There are hundreds of articles about what a novice bow hunter needs to deer hunt.
Bowsmith Bow Tuning Tool
Video Review Video of the new Bowsmith bow tunning Multi tool from the innovators at Real Avid. This is one of the most unique bow tuning tools we have seen.
Shooting Lighted Knocks
Every Bow Hunter Should Have Them The guys from A1 Archery discuss lighted knocks and compare the different styles on the market
Ozonics - Electronic Scent Control
This could be a game changer Dan from A1 Archery explains how a ozone machine from Ozonics can help eliminate scent in the deer stand
PSE Dream Season EVO
Video Review We had a chance to take a look at the new Dream Season EVO compound bow with Blake Shelby from PSE
Choosing The Right Arrow
Video Review Dan Elis from A1 Archery reviews how to choose the right arrow for your bow.
In this edition of Foremosthunting.com’s Archery Journal, Dan Ellyson of A1 Archery in Hudson, Wisconsin explains how to find the right arrow for you based on several key factors.
Everyone would love to buy the latest and greatest bow on the market. Unfortunately, it’s not in the budget for many hunters. For the budget conscious, buying a used bow can be a good choice.
What draw weight is right for you? A-1 Archery’s Dan Ellyson shares has a great trick for figuring that out.
We had a chance to take a look at the new Dream Season EVO compound bow with Blake Shelby from PSE.
Video of the new Bowsmith bow tunning Multi tool from the innovators at Real Avid. This is one of the most unique bow tuning tools we have seen.
Great info on how to get started in bow hunting.
Mechanical broadheads are all the rage these days and for good reason. But choosing the right one for you can be difficult. There are four factors to consider: accuracy, penetration, blood trail, and wound channel.
Lighted nocks offer big advantages for archers in the stand and on the practice range. A1 Archery's Dan Ellyson breaks down the why and how when it comes to using lighted nocks.
One of the first factors that needs to be addressed is whether to buy a left-handed or right-handed bow. Instead of focusing on if you are right-handed or left-handed, a buyer should determine which eye is dominant.
Ozonics is an ozone creating machine used to eliminate a hunter’s scent while hunting. Ozone is a naturally occurring gas found in the atmosphere.
Modern compounds and arrows have virtually eliminated the worries about having enough kinetic energy to hunt big game. But it is still important information. Kinetic energy is a major factor in arrow penetration.
It affects thousands of archery enthusiasts and bow hunters every year, yet many have never heard of it or even know what it is. Target panic is a common problem for archers.
Shooting from a tree stand sounds more difficult than it is. Hunters often out think themselves by over adjusting.
Some bowhunters think nothing of spending eight or nine hundred dollars on a bow, then scoff at the idea of laying down more than thirty or forty dollars on a release. For others, a release is another piece of equipment they don’t want to carry into the field. But the right release can make a big difference in your accuracy.
You can find releases with more features but certainly not anywhere near this price point.
If you’re thinking about buying your first bow, there are a few things to think about before pulling out your wallet.
Most archers have a maximum ethical range of about 30 yards. Sure, they can hit from a little further away but their target groups are all over the place after 30 paces.
If you’ve been hunting for a while you know what sight, arrow rest, and quiver you want when buying a new bow. But most hunters don’t put a lot of thought into a stabilizer.