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Blake Nelson • Alberta Black Bear

Bow: Mathews Creed XS                              Sight: Trophy Ridge Pursuit

Arrow: Easton da’Torch                                Rest: QAD Ultra-Res

Broadhead: Magnus Buzzcut                     Release: Scott Shark

 

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Jim Barbarossa South Africa Cape Eland

Bow: PSE Omen Max Pro                                     Sight: Spot-Hogg Hunter

Arrow: Carbon Express Maxima Red           Rest: QAD HDX

Broadhead: Rage Hypodermic                          Release: T.R.U. Ball

 

Robinson Outdoor Products: Over 35 Years of Perfecting Innovation

By Jason Herbert

Never completely satisfied, Robinson Outdoor Products, parent company to ScentBlocker, Scent Shield, Tree Spider, and Whitewater Strategic Hunting Apparel continues to focus on customer-driven innovation and creativity. Guided

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The original company, Robinson Laboratories, was founded in 1978 by Bill Robinson. Bill developed pet-deodorizing products at his home, saw a need, and soon became involved in the hunting industry. In 1985, with his invention of Scent Shield spray, Bill created an entirely new product category in the industry: scent elimination. Mr. Robinson was a revolutionary, building a company with a legacy of unconventional thinking; a company that prides itself on asking “Why not?” in addition to “Why?”

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Four secrets that will help you nab the bull of your dreams.

By Mark Kayser

Elk rival the talkative turkey as one of nature’s most vocal community members. Fall bowhunters marvel at the conversations and arguments that take place throughout the breeding season, and the bantering continues throughout the year. Bowhunters have used elk language to the downfall of many a bull, but as elk wise up to hunting pressure, you may have to adjust your calls, utilize a new strategy, and even use some deceitful sounds to fool a bull this bow season.

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Chris Yeoman may be based in western Nebraska due to his railroad career with BNSF, but when elk season kicks off, Yeoman can be found anywhere from the trophy-rich plateaus of Arizona all the way to Montana’s big bull country. Along the way, Yeoman has discovered new techniques and modifications to traditional strategies to fool bulls from north to south over his nearly three decades of archery elk experience.

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