Learn the Key to Turkey Hunting Success Pretty bold, eh? Read this article and learn the secret to turkey hunting success. Consider the following scenarios. #1 The Pennsylvania Corn Crib It’s 6 AM and a dozen turkeys march around a corn crib on this neighboring cattle ranch that adjoins a hunting property and are unseen […]
Category: Hunting Tips
Boots – Changing Viewpoints!
Next to a crossbow or other hunting tool be it a bow or firearm, a hunter’s choice in boots is another critical area simply because your feet on on the ground 24/7 when in the field. There are a lot of variables in selecting footwear and options like material, weight, type of sole, waterproof capability […]
2 Reasons Hunters Miss!
Part of hunting is missing. Not good. But there is a reality we need to face and simply stated, “Not every projectile will fly to the precise point the hunter expects.” There is always an explanation but frequently, the explanation is not correct. Wind, the bow, deer movement etc. are all reasons hunters will talk […]
The Quiet Time of Year
It was a very good 2016 hunting year. Our Kodabow users had tremendous success with our product and all the news was good. For the most part, hunting seasons have winded down — today, we find many of our Kodabow friends either planning next year’s hunts, getting equipment straightened out after a busy season or […]
6 Reasons to Choose a Recurve Kodabow Crossbow!
I asked a dealer why his customers liked their Kodabows so much. He replied, “Every game animal they point a Kodabow at ends up on the ground dead.” At the end of the day or more accurately, at the end of the hunt and specifically when a hunter has decided that conditions were right to […]
All about the Arrow
A Kodabow crossbow is all about casting an arrow (or bolt for those who prefer) downrange accurately. At the moment the crossbow trigger releases the string catch, the high speed forces of stored kinetic energy are transferred from the limbs and string to the arrow and the whole shooting process shifts to being all about […]
Bowhunting 38 years ago …………
In the early 70’s, I had the good fortune to be invited to hunt a farm in Southern Maryland. For a young midshipman at the Naval Academy who loved to hunt, this was absolutely heaven. In 20 minutes, providing I could find a way to sneak off, I would be in the woods and temporarily […]
One Opinion – Illuminated Optics
Everyone sees things differently. When it comes to illuminated optics, it is evident that green or red illuminated reticles have a certain “cool factor”. This is always true when friends are checking out your latest hunting tool.But what happens in the field may be another story. When circumstances permit, perform the following test. Be in […]
Use Shadows to Your Advantage
Whether stalking on the ground or setting up in a tree stand with a climber, use the projected position of the sun as it moves across the sky to help conceal your movement by keeping yourself in the shadows. Better than any camo pattern, it means looking for and easing into the shadows cast by […]