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Memorial Day Weekend: Don’t Just Fish, BOW Fish!

Amy Hatfield May 24, 2014

Landlocked bowhunters don’t have to be, well, landlocked. There’s no better time to introduce target archers or avid bowhunters to bowfishing than on Memorial Day weekend when summer days spent on the water is an activity of choice for many Americans. Archery360.com, the ATA consumer-centric response to the growing interest in archery and bowhunting thanks to movies like “The Hunger Games” and “Catching Fire,” dishes up archery news, entertainment and how-to…

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Three Reasons to Stock The White’s Tale Board Game

Shannon Rikard March 25, 2014

The White’s Tale board game makes players “become” a white-tailed deer and thrive by taking advantage of their environment and avoiding perils unique to nature’s four seasons. The game is fun for kids and benefits retailers, too. “The white-tailed deer’s keen senses, complicated communication system, and commuter-like daily living habits make it essential that hunters understand the deer’s world,” said Emily Beach, the Archery Trade Association’s…

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Call of the Wild Beckons Hearing-Impaired Kids

Patrick Durkin February 17, 2014

Agri-science teacher Jim Hall at the Alabama School for the Deaf (ASD) has never had a happier headache than the one induced recently by students practicing with elk, crow, deer and turkey calls from the school’s new “Explore Bowhunting” kit. “They about wore me out with those calls,” Hall said with a laugh. “The kids absolutely love the entire Explore Bowhunting program. They love working with the camo, trail cameras, track IDs and everything else in the kit.…

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CWD Forecast Grim

Patrick Durkin August 20, 2013

According to Amery, Wis. veterinarian David Clausen, “Just because we love deer hunting, and deer have significant social and economic value in Wisconsin, CWD will do what CWD does. It will expand geographically and intensify in prevalence. It doesn’t matter if we approve or not, or if we find it inconvenient to our interests. Eventually, CWD will reduce deer populations, and probably cause broader ecological, landscape-wide consequences, not only in Wisconsin, but our neighboring states.”

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