In many states, bow hunting season starts in August and goes all the way through the rest of the year. That gives a bowhunter a lot of time to hunt, but there are also lots of species that he may choose to pursue as well. Of all time throughout the late summer, fall, and early winter, early season bow hunting can be some of the most productive, as well as comfortable. Here we will discuss some early season bow hunting tips.

If you’re a bowhunter, you may have seen stories on TV about hunting in exotic locations, but have you ever considered that you could take your own trip to places like Africa, Alaska, or even all the way to New Zealand, just to go hunting. It may seem just too far or too expensive, but those that have felt the thrill of hunting exotic big game often can’t wait to go back again, and again.

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  • 12-year-olds can now hunt big game with guns April 16, 2021 2:03 am The Daily Gazette - New York SARATOGA COUNTY — Saratoga County is taking the first steps toward allowing youths as young as 12 years old to hunt with firearms during the autumn big-game season. Legislation included in the new state budget lowers the New York firearms hunting age from …
  • Landowners, hunters led North Dakota wardens to poachers who illegally took antlers from 10 deer April 15, 2021 10:41 pm INFORUM Hunters reported more deer carcasses in the following weeks. All had their antlers or heads removed. No meat was taken, and the bodies were left to rot. A months-long investigation led game wardens to four men who were convicted of a long list of …
  • A New Luxury Resort in Santa Fe Has a Dallas Touch April 15, 2021 10:30 pm Texas Monthly This article is part of On the Road Again: A Texan's guide to road trips in Arkansas, Colorado, Louisiana, New Mexico, and Oklahoma. From chakra-realignment treatments and smoky mezcal cocktails to sunsets that cast a blush across the Sangre de Cristo …
  • Wind, fire and foe! April 15, 2021 7:30 pm Jacksonville Progress - Texas Setting on a hillside in Palo Pinto County last week on the Dale River Ranch, I overlooked a little valley that led down to a creek that joined the Brazos a half mile or so to the north. My goal was to use my trusty old box call to entice a gobbler out of …
  • Enjoy sun, sand and surf at Long Island county parks April 15, 2021 1:44 pm News Day Parking fees may apply, check nwsdy.li/suffparkfees ARTHUR KUNZ COUNTY PARK, off Landing Avenue, Smithtown, 631-854-4949. 97 acres, Greenbelt Trail; hiking, bird watching. BERKELEY JACKSON COUNTY PARK, Manor Road, Huntington. 102 acres; hiking and bird …
  • Lewis Ferguson predicts a battle with Scott Brown ahead of Aberdeen move April 15, 2021 6:44 am Daily Record & Sunday Mail Lewis Ferguson has now met Stephen Glass and Allan Russell for the first time. And next week he’ll enter battle with the final part of the new Aberdeen management team – Scott Brown. The duo have crossed swords plenty of times in the past and Wednesday …
  • Nelson Gene Grandchamp April 15, 2021 1:11 am The Glasgow Courier Nelson Gene Grandchamp, 69, of Wolf Point, Montana passed away April 9, 2021 at Billings Clinic in Billings, Montana. Nelson was born January 16, 1952 in Poplar, Montana to Joseph Grandchamp and Elizabeth Johnson. He received his education in Glasgow …
  • Former judge can avoid conviction for illegal deer shining, but gives up rifle, this year's hunting privileges and $544.50 April 13, 2021 5:28 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - Wisconsin A former Racine County judge pleaded no contest Monday to illegal deer shining at his  Up North cabin in 2018, but will likely avoid having a conviction for the crime. Michael Piontek, 71, a circuit judge until his retirement last week, had been …
  • Cougars in the Finger Lakes? Of course they're here, at least kind of April 13, 2021 12:51 am Democrat & Chronicle - New York I recently received an inquiry from a man who claimed he observed a cougar cross the road a short distance in front of his truck. He was driving south on Route 245, just a short distance from the High-Tor Wildlife Management Area, and the animal crossed …
  • What you need to know to get youth started hunting and fishing April 12, 2021 10:29 pm Idaho Fish and Game As the weather warms and fishing and hunting seasons approach, many families are looking to get their young hunters and anglers ready for a year of hunting and fishing adventures. Fish and Game is committed to ensuring that Idaho’s youth are offered many …
  • Most general spring turkey hunts open April 15 April 12, 2021 10:28 pm Idaho Fish and Game General spring turkey season and many controlled hunts open April 15. Hunters will find most general hunting opportunity in the Panhandle, Clearwater, Southwest, and Southeast regions, while most other areas are limited to controlled hunts. For full …
  • Record Buck From Redlands Caps WMA Dream Season April 12, 2021 8:08 pm Georgia Outdoor News Losing access to private hunting land can be devastating. Finding another private tract and getting access to hunt is like finding a needle in a haystack. What’s a hunter to do? For Kevin Penn, of Metter, it was time to consider public land if he wanted …
  • Tabula Rasa: Volume Two, by John McPhee April 12, 2021 6:46 pm The New Yorker When they neared Gibraltar, there was no way he was going to let them off. To dock in Gibraltar would have cost him five thousand dollars. He had been talking to them non-stop since he picked them up, and he went on talking to them as the Ro/Ro went …
  • New fish and wildlife laws April 12, 2021 5:20 pm The Ellsworth American - Maine Batten down the hatches, secure the anchor detail and dog down all doors, rig for heavy weather! The Maine State Legislature is back in session. The legislative documents (proposed laws) are working their way through the “democratic machinery” with a …
  • Meet Atlas! Great Dane from Navarre might be the world's tallest living dog April 12, 2021 1:06 pm Pensacola News Journal - Florida The Seay family of Navarre knew their pup, Atlas, was special from the first time they set eyes on him. Purchased from a breeder in Missouri, the purebred German Harlequin Great Dane was the only dog in his litter and had feet so big he could barely walk …
  • Gobbler gear up time April 10, 2021 1:23 pm The Times Republican - Iowa Photos by Garry Brandenburg — Turkey time is time to check out all the gear the hunter may need for upcoming turkey hunting times. This author simulates a bow shot at a tom turkey without the advantage of pop-up blind. Rest assured that a blind, or full …
  • The tale of the difference between Dog Guy and Cat Lady April 10, 2021 9:35 am The Independent - New Mexico The Crazy Cat Lady on the Hill is what Bill calls me, and I only have two cats. Of course, James the Magnificent is eight years old and 26 pounds. Piwacket, is five and 12 pounds. I call Bill The Crazy Dog Guy with Canine Prize. And he has three dogs: …
  • Prince Philip's life in Scotland from schooldays at Gordonstoun to royal role April 9, 2021 11:25 pm Daily Record & Sunday Mail Prince Philip's association with Scotland is long- down to his royal title the Duke of Edinburgh. Born in Greece, Philip would go onto spend countless summers as a key Royal with his wife the Queen at their summer residence in Balmoral, Aberdeenshire. …