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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  • How to use a treestand to ensure a successful, safe hunt October 20, 2021 9:41 am Poughkeepsie Journal - New York I just reviewed the injury statistics from the 2020 deer season as they relate to hunting from elevated stands. Surveys suggest the greater majority of both gun and bowhunters use a stand of one kind or another. Some surveys suggest usage can be as high as …
  • Norway attacker used 'sharp object' to kill victims, not bow and arrow October 20, 2021 9:30 am Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette OSLO -- The attacker who went on a rampage in a town in Norway killed his five victims using a "sharp object," not a bow and arrow as had been widely reported, the Norwegian police announced Monday. Espen Andersen Brathen, who confessed to the …
  • "I can't imagine he was anything more than curious": Springfield Cardinals Player bit by Bear October 20, 2021 3:45 am KOLR 10 - Missouri SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — A Cardinals pitching prospect was bitten by a black bear while hunting in Wisconsin. Dalton Roach, 25, with the Springfield Cardinals, thought it would be a regular day hunting in the woods. But instead something else was hunting him. “A …
  • Deer archery hunting season off to strong start October 20, 2021 2:32 am Record Herald - Ohio COLUMBUS – Ohio’s 2021 white-tailed deer archery hunting season is off to a strong start with 16,095 deer harvested through Sunday, Oct. 17, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife. The average harvest total for …
  • BLOODSPORT: American hunter uses bow and arrow to claim yet another magnificent African lion as his trophy October 20, 2021 1:07 am Daily Maverick The man who killed Mopane, the majestic pride male, is Phillip Smith, a physiotherapist who lives in Columbia, Missouri, where he co-owns PEAK Sport and Spine. He was tracked down by Daily Mirror journalist Christopher Bucktin.  The pride male Mopane was …
  • Richard F. Smith October 20, 2021 12:41 am Observer Today Richard F. SmithSept. 12, 1959 to Oct. 9,2021 Richard F. Smith, 62, of Silver Creek, N.Y., passed away Saturday morning Oct. 9, 2021, at Brooks Memorial Hospital, after a long courageous battle with pulmonary fibrosis. He was born in Dunkirk, N.Y., the son …
  • UW Graduate Students Receive Biodiversity Institute Research Grants October 19, 2021 9:37 pm Wyoming State News.Net October 19, 2021 Nine graduate students studying biodiversity at the University of Wyoming received nearly $200,000 in grants from UW’s Biodiversity Institute (BI). The BI Graduate Student Research Enhancement Grants are awarded each year to multiple …
  • 'I feel a paw on my lap'- Cardinals prospect bit by bear while bow hunting October 19, 2021 8:58 pm KSN 16 - Missouri TREMPEALEAU COUNTY, Wis.– A Cardinals pitching prospect is recovering after being bitten by a black bear while bow hunting in Wisconsin. Dalton Roach, a 25-year-old righty with the Springfield Cardinals, told the Eau Claire Leader-Telegram it was the first …
  • Kind, Thompson Introduce Chronic Wasting Disease Research and Management Act October 19, 2021 8:12 pm Coulee Courier - Wisconsin U.S. Reps. Ron Kind (D-La Crosse and Glenn “GT” Thompson (R-PA) have introduced a bipartisan bill to research and manage the spread of chronic wasting disease (CWD), a contagious, neurological disease affecting cervids – deer, elk and moose – that is …
  • Riverton Grad Student among nine at UW to receive biodiversity research grant October 19, 2021 6:47 pm WyoToday - Wyoming Nine graduate students studying biodiversity at the University of Wyoming received nearly $200,000 in grants from UW’s Biodiversity Institute (BI). The BI Graduate Student Research Enhancement Grants are awarded each year to multiple master’s and doctoral …
  • Joseph Benton Adams October 19, 2021 4:43 pm KOAM News Now - Kansas August 08, 1943 - October 14, 2021 Joseph Benton Adams, age 78, of Bernice, Oklahoma, passed away on Thursday, October 14, 2021 at Mercy Hospital in Joplin. Joseph was born August 8, 1943 in Bartlesville, Oklahoma to the late union of Edgar and Alice ( …
  • CWD poses a real threat to deer and deer hunting October 19, 2021 11:13 am Post Bulletin - Minnesota I was in a blind, bow in hand, eager to put 40 pounds of venison into my freezer. A good-sized fawn soon trotted out and passed its mother, eager to get to a food plot and apple trees that this year have drawn deer like a magnet. The fawn soon was in easy …
  • What The Steelers Said Following Their 23-20 Win Over The Seahawks October 19, 2021 10:33 am Dallas Sun - Texas Interviews, transcripts and press conferences from Seattle at Pittsburgh. Postgame quotes from the following: Head Coach Mike Tomlin Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger Linebacker TJ Watt Head Coach Mike Tomlin Watch on Steelers.com What The Seahawks Said …
  • Family dog killed by bow hunter October 19, 2021 1:09 am KARE 11 The family says they want the hunter to be held accountable for his actions. NEW GERMANY, Minn. — From chickens to ducks, the Swanson hobby farm in New Germany has a lot that needs protecting. "We have a terrible predator problem – predators being …
  • Maine bowhunters must now get permission to hunt near others’ homes October 19, 2021 12:57 am Bangor Daily News - Maine Archery hunters in Maine should be aware of a new law that took effect Monday that changes some of the dynamics for hunting with a bow and arrow. The new law prohibits a bowhunter on someone else’s property from discharging an arrow within 100 yards of a …
  • In Norway Attack, ‘Sharp Object,’ Not Arrows, Killed 5, Police Say October 18, 2021 11:19 pm The New York Times OSLO — The attacker who went on a rampage in a town in Norway killed his five victims using a “sharp object,” not a bow and arrow as had been widely reported, the Norwegian police announced on Monday. Espen Andersen Brathen, who confessed to the crime, did …
  • Raymond 'Ray' D. Lindaman February 7, 1939 — October 16, 2021 October 18, 2021 7:36 pm Waverly Newspapers - Iowa Raymond “Ray” D. Lindaman, 82, of Davenport, Iowa, passed away Saturday, Oct. 16, 2021. Funeral services celebrating his life will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 21, 2021, at Christ United Methodist Church, 2330 W. 41st St., Davenport, IA; visitation …
  • Elk season keeping WGFD busy October 18, 2021 5:58 pm KTGA Bigfoot 99 Radio - Wyoming October 18, 2021 | Between elk moving through the low country and hunters in search of a coveted Wapiti, driving Highway 130 north of Saratoga Friday afternoon was like running a gauntlet. The first day of elk season was just a few hours old in Hunt Area …
  • Discovery of bowhunter's remains after 53 years finally gives son closure October 18, 2021 2:30 pm The Bradford Era - Pennsylvania For 20 years the disappearance of Jeff Jones’ father gnawed at him. He was 12 when his dad, Raymond Jones, went bowhunting in Idaho’s Lemhi Mountains with his buddies. When Raymond didn’t return to camp one evening, his hunting partners informed the local …
  • 13 LGBTQ royals you didn’t learn about in history class October 18, 2021 2:10 pm NBC News The Dutch monarchy made international news last week after announcing that royals can marry a same-sex partner without giving up their right to the throne. But while the Netherlands, which in 2001 became the first country to legalize gay marriage, has …