by Tyler Frantz, Natural Pursuit Outdoors By Tyler Frantz The laws of nature dictate that predators and prey share a unique relationship. Prey animals are genetically built with a host of adaptations, which allow them to elude their pursuers with the ultimate desire to… Continue Reading “Ten Game-Changing Tips for Bow Season Success”
The roar of jets taking off from Philadelphia International Airport occasionally over-powered the drone of I-95’s eight lanes of traffic. Seated on a comfortable swivel chair inside a camouflaged ground blind, the hunters try to block out the noise and concentrate their attention on… Continue Reading “Mentored Bowhunt In the City of Brotherly Love”
Archery season in Pennsylvania opens statewide on Saturday, Oct. 2, 2021. In an effort to reduce the number of tree stand injuries this hunting season, the Pennsylvania Game Commission is reminding archery hunters to hunt safely and to wear a harness. Unfortunately, hundreds of… Continue Reading “Hunt Safely. Wear a Harness.”
Pennsylvania’s statewide archery season opens on Saturday, Oct. 5. [If you’re hunting in WMUs 2B, 5C and 5D, it opened Saturday, Sept. 21.] If you’re planning to hunt with your bow this fall, be sure to take some time to prepare for the season.… Continue Reading “Five Preseason Archery Tips”
The steady crunching of leaves signals the approach of a large animal in the woods. Your hand tightens on the bow grip and your eyes scan the colorful forest for a hint of brown antler. With the whitetail rut about to begin, anything can… Continue Reading “Bowhunting the Rut in Pennsylvania”
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