The Stance As the title suggests, this article will be a short article that will explain the basics of how to shoot a compound bow. The first place to start is with your stance (assuming you have already put the arrow on the string. If not please nock your arrow by placing the odd colored… Read More


The Hunting Ethics Lessons Begin As the season here in Illinois draws closer, I can’t help but remember my first hunting ethics lesson I learned during my first deer hunting trip. I was being shown what scouting was and how to do it from my dad when we stumbled across a climbing stand near the… Read More


Trail Cam Pic Thoughts Here are a few 2015 summer trail cam pics. It looks as though we have a few good deer roaming the lower part of the property this summer. Unfortunately the person who put up our cameras is not used to doing so, allowing a branch to be within view of the… Read More


The first time I set up my trail cameras, I was so excited to have them that I completely abandoned thoughts about scent control and ran out to set them up and start getting some good photos. If you have not started taking advantage of what trail camera pictures can do for you, please don’t… Read More


Though I will be the first to tell you that I am no Olympic archer, over the last two years I have significantly improved my accuracy by following these 5 archery tips. If you find yourself struggling to tighten up your groups, chances are at least one of these tips will significantly improve your archery… Read More


My family now owns the 80 acres that I have hunted on since I was 12. There have been many changes made to the property since we took over. First off, my father’s dream has always been to have an1800’s style cabin. Even so, the first project was to create a drive way and clear… Read More


Quick Overview With what I have left of this summer, there is not too much time to make huge changes to the property. So what’s my 2015 plan going to be? I have some seed and plan to add in two new kill plots on the land that have been selected for stand access. Both… Read More


Right now I have 2 trail camera’s set up on our 80 acres to try and get some pictures of our deer herd. The trail camera placement is along food plots and water in order to try and maximize the amount of deer captured. Trail Camera Placement One camera last year was set up right… Read More


Okay, so here’s the ending to the story of my first hunting trip. If you have not already done so, it would be beneficial to read the beginning of the story here. Seeing as how it was my first hunt ever, I had not idea that this wasn’t something that was normal and simply began… Read More


As stated in my last post, my first deer hunting trip came when I was 12 years old. I can still remember it like it was yesterday. I remember waking up before the sun and getting ready, pulling on the worn out hand me down camo from my cousin. As we hopped in the truck… Read More