There are a lot of awesome posts on GoHUNTn throughout the week. Here are 12 of our most popular GoHUNTn updates from the past few weeks: GoHUNTn’s Olympic Archery and Shooting Coverage: American Archery and Shooting Teams End Olympics with 5 Medals: London Recap – Our sports are making Team USA history! Olympian Corey Cogdell Blasts Back [...]
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They set records, made national news, defended themselves against voracious attacks, and made America proud bringing home three golds, a silver and a bronze. Shooting Coming into the final days of the London Olympics, Team USA Shooting and Archery had some of the biggest story lines in these Olympics so far. Kim Rhode set Olympic [...]
The 2012 Summer Olympics are just hours away from getting kicked off with the opening ceremonies this evening. And while the winter games have some sports for outdoorsmen, the summer games feature some of the world’s best shooters and archers. Archery Team USA has a history of success. Since Archery has been an Olympic Sport, [...]
All I can say is, I can't wait for the late archery season to kick back in…My 2 weeks of rifle hunting Pennsylvania was by far the worst in seeing deer. With only missing 3 days, and not seeing any deer until the final day of the season, it ended on a good note.After making [...]
The battle between high-fence and free-range bull elk has hit again this year. According to Outdoor Life, this bull elk, once thought to be a 595-inch archery elk, will not be making it to the Pope and Young or Boone and Crockett books anytime soon. Hunter Daniel Baeza posted the photos on his Facebook page at [...]
Kentucky hunters were busy this September, and wildlife managers are ecstatic about the amount of deer hunters tagged in the Bluegrass State.Hunters tagged 4,947 deer during the month of September, and more than 2/3s of them were antlerless. According to the Courier-Journal, officials are encouraged by the high yield this September archery season, as muzzleloading and rifle [...]
My journey to this day began earlier this year when, after being urged by my brother-in-law and father, I purchased my first bow, a Diamond Air Raid. Since then, I've been practicing and gathering my gear, getting ready for the opening day of archery. My mentality going into rifle season last year was that I [...]
We have been scouting for our hunters since mid July. Our pronghorn archery season begins August 15th and runs to September 20th followed by Rifle and Muzzleloader. We have 2 more slots available for the archery season and have found some nice bucks in our areas.
This is a neat Wall Street Journal article on the rise of various primitive forms of hunting, like primitive archery and handmade spearhunting, both in its own right, and for the questions it raises about hunting ethics and technology—is “technology” more or less sporting or ethical than “primitive” forms? Of course, ideas of what's primitive [...]
Hunters and shooters spend, on average, $3.1 Billion a year on various hunting and shooting equipment. And, on every one of these rifles, shotguns, bows and more that hunters purchase every year, the companies selling these good pays the federal government an excise tax of about 10 percent. Five years after these items were first [...]