Entries by G5 Staff

The Archery Supplies and Tools You Need

Setting up Your Own Basement Bow Shop It’s probably every bow hunter’s dream. Imagine having all the archery supplies and bow tools you could ever need in your very own bow shop. It would be a place where you could store your hunting bow, various targets, fletching supplies, broadheads, and all the pliers, Allen wrenches, […]

Bow Hunting | How to Kill a Post-rut, Late Season Buck

Bow Hunting Late Season Bucks The flood of buck pictures on Facebook has ceased. The gun shots have stopped and orange hats have returned to their long dark year in a box. You may be getting nervous with that tag burning a hole in your pocket. Fortunately for you, this is one of the best […]

Bow Hunting Small Properties Effectively

Bow Hunting | Don’t Rule Out Small Acreages for Big Bucks We all probably dream of owning and bow hunting a huge spread someday, with mature oak ridges, a river or creek running through it, a massive groomed trail network, and all the groceries a deer could want. Simply, it would be a whitetail paradise, […]

Bow Hunting | Broadhead Choices

Bow Hunting | Everything You Need to Know About Broadheads Take one stroll down the aisle of nearly any sporting goods store and you’ll be amazed. Rack after rack of broadheads, all coming in numerous different styles, sizes, and even colors. On each box, there are all sorts of experts touting the benefits of that […]

The importance of shot placement │ Making the perfect shot

Making it count │ Tips for making that perfect shot As bow hunters, we know that making a perfect shot on your target can mean the difference between a long night of tracking, or a big buck taking a ride in the back of the truck. However, as hunters sometimes we can get in our […]

Bow Hunting | More To Early Season Hunting Than Just Shedding Velvet

Taking Every Change of the Early Season into Account Don’t let velvet fool you! While you may have had tabs on that buck, there are many more changes than velvet shedding between summer and the season opener. If you’re not aware of every change you will be left in the dark, once again entering firearms […]

Bow Hunting | The Shoulder Shot

The Need to Know of a Shoulder Hit Deer After a long sit, a buck you have hunted for 3 years comes within 25yards. He is broadside, you have a good lane, and the camera man is on him. The seemingly long and tense moment of aiming and taking the shot is regrettably concluded with […]

Bow Hunting | Top 3 Early Season Stand Locations

Top 3 Stand Locations to Focus Your Early Season Hunting Bow hunters are beginning to get restless now. August has filled their memory cards and dreams of velvet bucks growing even more anticipation. Bows are tuned, broadheads screwed on, and bow hunting gear is organized. September and October are here, the season is upon them, […]

Best Broadheads for Deer | Fixed or Mechanical Broadheads

The Classic Debate of Fixed versus Mechanical Broadheads, Which Will You Take To The Deer Stand? Fixed or Mechanical Broadheads? Hunters everywhere whether at archery shops or deer camps constantly toss the debate back and forth. This never ending debate among hunters is filled with vocabulary such as “I never found that doe” or “that […]