Friday, August 30, 2013

Shooting Your Bow: "Train Heavier, Hunt Lighter'

Nicole McClain Shooting the Mathews Jewel
'Train heavier, hunt lighter.' During 'sight-in season,' I recommend increasing the draw weight of your bow. For example, master shooting on-target at 65 lbs. in the off-season. About two weeks before opening day, lower your draw weight to 60 lbs. and hit the range again to confirm accuracy at the lower weight. It will not only help you to draw smoothly and execute with better form and precision, but make it easier to draw when that beauty buck that crosses your hairs.

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Nicole is wearing a camo hoodie and shorts from Camo Trading.

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Nicole and Mogador Scout the Hunting Property Pre-season
This camo hoodie, from Camo Trading, is lightweight and fits true-to-size. Mog sports his usual safety orange when we're setting treestands close to the start of hunting season.

Monday, August 19, 2013

Nicole McClain Interview With Gun Guy Radio

We talk shotguns, muzzleloaders, crazy loon rabbit hunting, Duck Dynasty, possum attacks, all-things-bows, deer heads ... and I flash some of my gear in my on-camera interview with Gun Guy Radio.