Archery Collection

Archery Collection

Hunters today are still perfecting the 'art' of archery. Equipment may evolve and improve year after year, but the skills to read sign, understand thermals, and stealthily move thru the woods are timeless. Our experts will walk you thru their preferred tactics, setups, and calling sequences for your next archery hunt.

Archery Collection
  • Ch. 8 - Archery Pronghorn Antelope Hunting

    Randy talks the three primary Pronghorn archery tactics; 1) Blinds, 2) Spot & Stalk, and 3) Ambush, each having a better application depending upon the calendar period you are hunting.

  • Ch. 9 - Velvet Mule Deer in August

    There is an advantage to chasing deer in velvet. They are out more, bachelor'd-up, and hold better patterns. This chapter Remi covers what to look for early in the season and how to use this time of year to your advantage.

  • Ch. 4 - Obtaining a Mule Deer Tag

    The first step to hunting mule deer is getting a tag. As tags become harder to come by, Remi gives you some tag draw hacks to put yourself in a position to get a tag in your pocket every season.

  • Ch. 5 - Using Elk Calls: Making Bull Sounds

    Corey simplifies the learning process to enable you to make high quality bugles and chuckles so you possess more confidence and can rely on your calls this elk season.

  • Ch. 4 - Using Elk Calls: Making Cow Sounds

    Making simple cow sounds is an important part of calling in elk, and it’s also the easiest elk sound to learn to make. Corey teaches you how to make the most realistic sounding cow sounds.

  • Ch. 10 - Setting-Up: Getting in the Zone

    The setup is the most critical piece of the calling process, and Corey explains how to get in the zone to set up in a way that will maximize your calling success.

  • Ch. 14 - My Go-To Elk Calling Sequence

    Corey’s proven tactic for bringing elk into his calls is simple, efficient, and effective, and he shares how he implements this tactic day in and day out during elk season.

  • Ch. 11 - Setting-Up: 2-Person Hunting

    If you want to create the most effective situation for being successful as an elk hunter, having a caller set up a short distance behind a designated shooter is the answer.

  • Ch. 12 - Setting-Up: Solo Hunting

    Calling elk alone can be difficult, but Corey shows how to overcome solo elk calling obstacles by using the terrain more effectively and using your calls more deceptively.

  • Ch. 15 - Other Tactics: The SlingShot, The Triangle, and Hybrid Calling

    Corey shares the details of his Top 3 elk calling tactics to implement with a hunting partner.

  • Ch. 16 - Other Tactics: Mimicking Bulls, Bump & Charge, The Silent Treatment

    Elk have attitudes, and you can use these calling tactics to expose their weaknesses and take advantage of their attitude.

  • Ch. 17 - Supplements to Calling Elk: Raking, Decoys, and Midday Madness

    Corey details several tactics that can be added to your calling sequence to magnify the effectiveness of your calling.

  • Ch. 5 - Essential Mule Deer Hunting Gear

    Good gear can make or break a mule deer hunt. There are a few items like optics that make a big difference in success. Remi covers the essentials and what is the best gear for different scenarios.

  • Ch. 10 - September Mule Deer

    As the deer start shedding their velvet their behavior changes and so do the hunt tactics. Remi covers how to shift with the seasonality of mule deer and where to adjust your efforts and tactics.

  • Ch. 11 - October Mule Deer

    October is one of the hardest times to find deer and coincidentally the time when it is easiest to obtain a tag. Remi shows you how to use this to your advantage and turn up more bucks on those general tags. He covers new tactics and how to maximize your effort this time of year.