Due to the escalation of the Coronavirus outbreak, many events in the community are being rescheduled. Please check with the event venue or promoter to find out more information.

Kamiah:

Your first step starts here!

The Latest

Tips for Cooking Wild Turkey

Tips for Cooking Wild Turkey

Shooting a wild turkey with a bow is challenging. But preparing it so it’s moist and delicious might be even more difficult for many hunters. Wild…
Read More >>>
5 Ways to Have Springtime Fun with Your Bow

5 Ways to Have Springtime Fun with Your Bow

Warm weather and longer days make a great recipe for fun times with archery gear. Whether you prefer competing head-to-head with other archers at…
Read More >>>
Tricky Business: Shot Placement on Turkeys

Tricky Business: Shot Placement on Turkeys

  Shot placement is everything in bowhunting, and bowhunters must always aim for quick and ethical kills. That usually means hitting what…
Read More >>>
Female Bowhunting Mentors are Rare and Valuable, so Be One!

Female Bowhunting Mentors are Rare and Valuable, so Be One!

Female bowhunting mentors are a niche group with an important job. They’re tasked with – and held accountable for – introducing girls and women to…
Read More >>>
What to Expect When Buying Your First Bow

What to Expect When Buying Your First Bow

You’ve tried archery, you’ve enjoyed it and made a decision. It’s time to buy a bow. You’re probably feeling equal amounts of fear and…
Read More >>>
How to Maintain Social Distancing While Hiking

How to Maintain Social Distancing While Hiking

We are living in unusual times, to say the least. With many of us living in cities and towns where parks and businesses are closed, it can seem like…
Read More >>>
The 7-Month Plan: Beginner to Bowhunter by Fall

The 7-Month Plan: Beginner to Bowhunter by Fall

Bowhunting is fun, challenging, and great for conservation. If you’re leaning toward becoming a bowhunter, consider these 10 reasons to get started,…
Read More >>>
Release Aids

Release Aids

The archery market is so flooded with release aids that it’s difficult to choose one to shoot. Archers scratch their heads while deciding between a…
Read More >>>
4 Tips for Hitting Outdoor Distances

4 Tips for Hitting Outdoor Distances

Warm spring weather means archers can once again enjoy their sport in the great outdoors. Besides the change of scenery, outdoor target archery lets…
Read More >>>
Gym Closed? It's Time to Go Hiking

Gym Closed? It's Time to Go Hiking

From small towns to big cities, communities throughout the United States have begun putting "social distancing" measures into practice in an attempt…
Read More >>>
S3DA Promotes Lifelong Archery and Bowhunting Participation

S3DA Promotes Lifelong Archery and Bowhunting Participation

Increasing the hunting population is a priority for hunter-based organizations, and few groups offer a better pipeline for license-buying…
Read More >>>
Meet Your North American Wild Turkeys

Meet Your North American Wild Turkeys

Spring is near, and turkey season will soon open for bowhunters. Turkeys cover most of North America, ranging from parts of Canada to as far south as…
Read More >>>
Dominate the 3D Course with These Tips

Dominate the 3D Course with These Tips

The typical archery range is flat, with targets set at exact distances. In contrast, 3D archery takes the range into the woods, introducing unique…
Read More >>>
Insider Guide: 8 of America's Most Amazing Towns for Spring Skiing

Insider Guide: 8 of America's Most Amazing Towns for Spring Skiing

There’s nothing like late-season skiing, when the air is warmer and the days are longer. After spending long days on the slopes, the warmer…
Read More >>>
Keep it Light: 5 Breathable Jackets Ideal for Spring Trekking

Keep it Light: 5 Breathable Jackets Ideal for Spring Trekking

When you hit the trail in the spring, there really is no telling what kind of conditions you might run into. Rain, cold, wind, hot sun, even snow are…
Read More >>>
Spring: Prime Time to Scout and Work Your Land

Spring: Prime Time to Scout and Work Your Land

Many bowhunters start scouting seriously in summer, but Wisconsin’s Jason Wenzel thinks it’s better to hit the woods in spring to find sign, identify…
Read More >>>
Critic’s Corner: Cam Hanes Critiques Archers in Movies and TV Shows

Critic’s Corner: Cam Hanes Critiques Archers in Movies and TV Shows

Professional bowhunter Cameron Hanes knows his way around a bow. That’s why GQ called on him to review archery techniques used in movies and TV…
Read More >>>
Start Competing in 3D Archery

Start Competing in 3D Archery

Everyone welcomes the sight of buds blooming each spring. Bowhunters, however, would rather skip ahead to autumn when the leaves fall off those…
Read More >>>
5 Awesome Places to Catch Some Rays and Trophy Snook This Spring

5 Awesome Places to Catch Some Rays and Trophy Snook This Spring

The common snook (Centropomus undecimalis) makes its home in the warm waters of the subtropics and tropics. Their reputation as tough fighters and…
Read More >>>
Archery Hacks

Archery Hacks

Archery sometimes requires creative solutions to common problems. A little ingenuity can turn loose screws or forgotten accessories into nonfactors.…
Read More >>>
5 State Park Campsites in the West

5 State Park Campsites in the West

When looking for a campsite in the western United States, it is easy to default to campgrounds in the national parks or national…
Read More >>>
5 Steps for Bagging Your First Gobbler

5 Steps for Bagging Your First Gobbler

Your heart races as a nearby tom gobbles just before strutting into your decoys. As you grab your bow, you hear the gobbler’s unmistakable drumming…
Read More >>>
Tuning Your Olympic Recurve

Tuning Your Olympic Recurve

Once you’ve set up your bow and you’re comfortable shooting it, you need to ensure the bow is shooting arrows efficiently and reliably. The bow must…
Read More >>>
Project ChildSafe—Own It? Respect It. Secure It.

Project ChildSafe—Own It? Respect It. Secure It.

Project ChildSafe, a program of the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), is the largest, most comprehensive firearms safety education program…
Read More >>>
Practice Makes Perfect: 6 High-Quality Bowhunting Targets

Practice Makes Perfect: 6 High-Quality Bowhunting Targets

Bowhunting seasons, especially for big game, tend to be short. So, it’s important to keep your archery skills sharp between seasons. It’s…
Read More >>>
Get Involved Now in Wildlife Conservation

Get Involved Now in Wildlife Conservation

Imagine a world without abundant deer and other wildlife. To prevent such possibilities, state wildlife agencies continually work with conservation…
Read More >>>
Scotland Hosts World’s Oldest Archery Competition

Scotland Hosts World’s Oldest Archery Competition

In Musselburgh, Scotland, archers compete for the Musselburgh Silver Arrow as part of an ancient tradition dating to 1603, making it the world’s…
Read More >>>
How to Use a Slate Call

How to Use a Slate Call

Calling in a mature gobbler generates a special kind of excitement during spring turkey hunts. It’s guaranteed to jack up your heartrate, and make…
Read More >>>
How to Draw a Bow

How to Draw a Bow

Shooting a recurve bow requires a few steps for each shot to go off as efficiently as possible. Compared to compound bows, recurves require more…
Read More >>>
Choose a Turkey Broadhead that Fits Your Setup

Choose a Turkey Broadhead that Fits Your Setup

When visiting an archery shop to gear up for turkey season, you’ll find plenty of broadheads on the store’s shelves. To choose the best fit, you must…
Read More >>>
Recapping Archery’s Indoor Season

Recapping Archery’s Indoor Season

Many sports fans spend winter watching football and basketball, but archery fans know winter means one thing: indoor season. This winter’s exciting…
Read More >>>
Winter Deer Scouting

Winter Deer Scouting

Diehard bowhunters have no offseason. Year-round archery practice is fun and keeps your shooting form in top shape. And whether you’re seeking…
Read More >>>
Bowhunters: Start Preparing for Turkey Season

Bowhunters: Start Preparing for Turkey Season

If you like bowhunting deer, you’ll like bowhunting turkeys. These wary birds offer unique and challenging bowhunts few other quarry can match. Just…
Read More >>>
Archery At Any Age

Archery At Any Age

“I’m too old for that.” Negative thoughts and intimidation keep people of all ages from trying new hobbies or recreation. Don’t let such fears keep…
Read More >>>
Archery Power Couples Who Found Love at the Range

Archery Power Couples Who Found Love at the Range

Archery brings people together. When practicing with a team, you connect with teammates and bond through your love for the sport. It’s a great way to…
Read More >>>
A Buyer’s Guide to Compound Bows

A Buyer’s Guide to Compound Bows

Do you want to buy a compound bow, but you’re unsure where to start? Don’t fear. This guide helps you find a bow that fits your body and budget. We…
Read More >>>
Get Ready for Your First Bow Season

Get Ready for Your First Bow Season

Do you want to start bowhunting? You have plenty of time to prepare for autumn’s hunting season, but you have much to do. To prepare, you must learn…
Read More >>>
Staying Cool Under Pressure

Staying Cool Under Pressure

Staying cool under pressure comes naturally to a few archers, but most people must learn how to handle it. Whether you compete locally or on the…
Read More >>>
5 Reasons to Take Archery Lessons

5 Reasons to Take Archery Lessons

Do you want to try archery for the first time? Or are you a longtime bowhunter, and you want to improve your shooting? What if you can’t remember the…
Read More >>>
Hit the Archery Range for Your Next Date Night

Hit the Archery Range for Your Next Date Night

Archery is a fun sport you can share with a loved one when seeking a romantic night out. If you doubt it, consider Cupid. He had the right idea when…
Read More >>>
Your Guide to Western Bowhunting

Your Guide to Western Bowhunting

Wide-open vistas and whiffs of sage and ponderosa pine inspire bowhunters to flock westward each fall for adventures on rolling prairies and remote…
Read More >>>
Click Your Way to Archery Success

Click Your Way to Archery Success

Coaches and athletes often say, “Trust the process.” That mantra means you must focus on what you can control, and not worry about what you can’t…
Read More >>>
6 Ways Hiking Improves Your Child’s Mental and Emotional Health

6 Ways Hiking Improves Your Child’s Mental and Emotional Health

There is a lot of research backing the notion that hiking is not only good for an individual’s physical health but also their mental and…
Read More >>>
RECAP: New Gear from the 2020 ATA Show

RECAP: New Gear from the 2020 ATA Show

The Archery Trade Association (ATA) held its 2020 Trade Show in January at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis. As in the past, this…
Read More >>>
Stray Balloons Can Reveal Big-Buck Bedding Areas

Stray Balloons Can Reveal Big-Buck Bedding Areas

Someone posted an interesting observation in February 2019 on Dan Infalt’s forum, thehuntingbeast.com. The post read: “Every time I find a good deer…
Read More >>>
5 Great Spots for Winter Steelhead

5 Great Spots for Winter Steelhead

Although steelhead are really nothing but ocean or lake-run rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss), any angler who’s ever tried to hook one will…
Read More >>>
Safety First: 10 Hacks for Successful Winter Camping

Safety First: 10 Hacks for Successful Winter Camping

When you set out on a winter camping trip, you probably don’t expect that anything will go wrong—and most of the time, you will be right.…
Read More >>>
Your Range Bag—It’s What's Inside That Counts

Your Range Bag—It’s What's Inside That Counts

I liken my range bag to my wife’s purse. I find myself looking through my range bag, at a menagerie of items, unable to find the one simple…
Read More >>>
7 Essential Items for Using Your 4x4 in Snowy Conditions

7 Essential Items for Using Your 4x4 in Snowy Conditions

As an off-roading enthusiast, you know that your ATV can get you places where a lot of other vehicles can’t go. That being said, when you add…
Read More >>>
7 Budget-Friendly Ski Vacation Packages

7 Budget-Friendly Ski Vacation Packages

A ski vacation is a fantastic way for the whole family to enjoy winter while doing something active. But skiing is not always the most…
Read More >>>