Every year the excitement builds as the team of Wade Middleton, Steve Nessl, Kevin Giesecke, Jeff Reynolds, and Michael Wersig prepare to head to Kentucky! Heading out of Texas and joining Salt River Outfitters for the first whitetail hunt of the year has become an annual tradition – and as traditions go, this is one... Continue Reading →
TIME: Late October WIND: SSE 8-10mph TEMP: Low of 55 with high of 80 WEATHER: Clear and Sunny with no chance of rain We join Cabela's Dan Gurr as he goes after his first Texas whitetail at the Whitetail Diaries Deer Camp. Dan is well versed in archery hunting as he works in the Cabela's Archery... Continue Reading →
Sometimes it's the unexpected that makes for a great hunt. In this hunt, Wade Middleton heads to stand for the very first time during the early stages of the rut for a bow hunt. While in the stand, we'll see fights, big deer, and something that Wade hasn't had happen to him ever in his... Continue Reading →
In this episode of Yamaha's Whitetail Diaries, Yamaha's Steve Nessl and our Wade Middleton venture out to the Wendlandt Ranch for Opening Weekend! Join the excitement while Wade hunts with his Smith & Wesson Performance Center handgun and Steve does some bow hunting. You've Waited All Year - Opening Weekend!
Last week Garmin International debuted two groundbreaking auto-ranging digital laser bow sights, the Xero A1 and A1i. What are the differences in the models? Simply put, the A1 and A1i contain the same groundbreaking technology with added features to the A1i. WHAT DO THEY HAVE IN COMMON? Both the Xero A1 and the A1i have an... Continue Reading →
Garmin is excited to announce the Xero A1 and A1i, two groundbreaking auto-ranging digital laser bow sights that automatically measure the distance to a target and provide a precise, virtual lighted pin for the shot. The first-of-their-kind Xero bow sights are being announced in conjunction with the 2018 Archery Trade Association (ATA) Trade Show in Indianapolis,... Continue Reading →
By Tony J. Peterson The key to comfort is contained in the first layer of clothing you choose. When I think back to my early days as a bowhunter, I cringe for plenty of reasons. The simple fact I had no idea what I was doing is enough to cause such a reaction. But I... Continue Reading →