Exo Journal — Archery & Bowhunting

Post-Hunt: Archery Elk in Colorado — Lessons Learned, Gear Highlights, and More...

Post-Hunt: Archery Elk in Colorado — Lessons Learned, Gear Highlights, and More...

Fresh off of an archery elk hunt in Colorado, Mark shares the notes he made during the hunt about the events experienced, lessons learned, and thoughts encountered throughout the hunt. He also shares his gear highlights, full gear list, and info on making DIY dehydrated meals for backpack hunts...

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Backpack Hunting & The Truth About Going in Deep

Backpack Hunting & The Truth About Going in Deep

Many hunters love the idea of hiking deep in the wilderness to experience a hunt of their dreams. But you don't have to pack-in 10+ miles deep into the backcountry to find success, or to experience and adventurous backpack hunt. Let's consider the reality of packing-in deep...

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Mark Huelsing
The Best Way to Tune Your Bow (Paper, Walk-Back, French, Bare Shaft, or... ?)

The Best Way to Tune Your Bow (Paper, Walk-Back, French, Bare Shaft, or... ?)

An arrow flying out of a properly tuned bow is imperative for accuracy, consistency, effective broadhead flight, and even to maximize penetration on animals. All of these things are high on the list of importance for bowhunting. So which tuning method is the best one to achieve perfect arrow flight for bowhunters?...

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Mark Huelsing
Wandering Bow-Hiker to Successful Bowhunter — 5 Things You Need To Do

Wandering Bow-Hiker to Successful Bowhunter — 5 Things You Need To Do

The challenges of bowhunting can lead one to doubt. If you're in a slump and struggling to fill your tag, it may feel like you're doing nothing more than taking your bow on nature walks. I have been there before and I know what that feels like. Here is how I battled my way back to becoming a successful bow hunter...

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