by Wade Middleton Learn What Models Wade Uses for Handgun Hunting It is a well-known fact I have become addicted to handgun hunting. As a hunter, I've always embraced hunting through a variety of means and methods, allowing me to start and end my season earlier in many cases. I consider myself a whitetail hunting... Continue Reading →
Hawk Releases ‘The Double’, ‘The Compound’, and ‘The Office’ Box Blinds Hawk's new line of premium box blinds provide hunters of all ages and experience levels with superior comfort and reliability! Each box blind has insulated interior and exterior steel surfaces as well as insulated powder-coated steel floors, making every blind built to last.... Continue Reading →
New muzzleloaders feature hand-removable breech plug and Power Rod® Thompson/Center Arms today announced the launch of its new entry-level IMPACT!SB line of .50 caliber break-open muzzleloaders, featuring a new, hand-removable triple lead thread breech plug and a Power Rod aluminum ramrod for easy loading. The Thompson/Center IMPACT!SB muzzleloaders are available in a variety of patterns and finishes, including the latest Realtree® and Mossy Oak® camouflage patterns. Danielle Sanville, Brand Manager for Thompson/Center Arms, said, “The new Thompson/Center... Continue Reading →
"We've compared it against .44 Magnums shooting through giant buckets of water to see what kind of energy we're dealing with down range, what kind of power will be impacted in the target...because that's what you're looking for in a hunting situation. You want to be able to prove that power, that knockdown capability is there,... Continue Reading →
It's part two of an archery hunt in Kentucky held on opening weekend of deer season in 2018 where the quest for bucks in velvet continues. Conditions are warm to say the least but good bucks have been seen and several are down in the main camp already. Will Steve and Wade get their shot... Continue Reading →
It's often said don't pass on a deer you'd shoot on the last day of the hunt when you see him on the first day of the hunt...but with rut going on and five days ahead of you, this is often what happens. In this episode of Yamaha Whitetail Diaries, we spend time in the field with Yamaha's Steve Nessl as he talks about one deer that haunted him. And then we learn more about various ways to cook venison...yum!
In this episode of Yamaha Whitetail Diaries, we look at some funny and crazy stories about deer hunting that will leave you scratching your head at times. Whitetail deer are North America's most popular game species to hunt -- whether it's on family land, public land, or on a deer lease, hunters nationwide covet the time spent hunting whitetail deer and the stories they take home.
Yamaha's Whitetail Diaries is joined by Dan Gurr from the Cabela's archery team for a exciting week of archery hunting. While on the hunt, Dan will share insight on Cabela's archery products, how to choose gear for your needs, and encounter a buck that will....well, you'll have to watch and see! Want to learn more... Continue Reading →
It's Our Favorite Day Of The Year Opening Weekend of any deer hunting season generally has special meaning to those in the field. In this episode of Yamaha's Whitetail Diaries, we head to Texas and spend some time discussing what Opening Day means to the team at Yamaha's Whitetail Diaries.
Yamaha's Whitetail Diaries' Host Wade Middleton is going to tempt fate in this episode and go back to the now famous 'Sheep Bluff' in hopes of being as luck as others. Only this time, he's going to do it ground level with a TenPoint Crossbow in hand -- watch to find out what he gets!... Continue Reading →
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 →