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Turkey Time: 2013

Turkey Time: 2013

With "Big Game 2012" seasons in the rearview mirror—the next "quest" for many bowhunters will be Spring gobblers in the coming months. With that in mind, we gathered up some "tips & tricks" and advice from some experienced "bow bird" hunters.
The "Ultimate Outdoor Adventure"—North Dakota Success

The "Ultimate Outdoor Adventure"—North Dakota Success

Jason McKee—New Archery Nation Field Staff | Illinois I had the privilege of sharing camp with the crew from Team UOA for the North Dakota whitetail opener from Sept. 3-6 this year. My personal goal was to land my first velvet buck … mission completed.
Rick Philippi—Staying Power

Rick Philippi—Staying Power

Rick Philippi has been a long-time member of NAP's pro staff—and continues his role with NAP as a member of the newly formed New Archery Nation Field Staff. Rick is an avid bowman, and has successfully taken numerous animals over the years. Rick also enjo
TurkZilla!

TurkZilla!

New Archery Nation Field Staff member, Joe Diestel, recently knocked down an outstanding gobbler on a northern Missouri turkey hunt on May 1, 2010. Joe's bird measured out at 27.5lbs, with 1-1/2" spurs and a 11-7/8" beard. Joe was using the Spitfire Gobbl
It's Turkey Time

It's Turkey Time

With the "layoff" since the close of the past Fall deer season finally over—it's time for some Sprint Turkey hunting. Some of NAP's "New Archery Nation" Field Staff and friends have started hitting the field trying to bag birds. Here's wishing good luck t
Mission Complete

Mission Complete

Josh Martin took this fine Ohio droptine buck using the NAP Spitfire. Josh Martin, of Middletown, Ohio has been a man on a mission. For 4 seasons, Josh has had his sights set on a specific buck that roamed his hunting grounds. For anyone who has ever key
Show Season At Your Local Archery Sporting Goods Store

Show Season At Your Local Archery Sporting Goods Store

This time of year is when I really start to get the itch for the archery deer season to begin. But with 6 weeks or so to wait, I’m glad there is something to help occupy my time. Bass Pro, Cabela’s, Gander Mountain and many local sporting goods stores hos

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