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What are your favorite reading materials?

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What are your favorite reading materials?

Post by Northwoodslayer on Wed Feb 01, 2012 10:31 am

I have a few with Trad Bowhunter being my fave now. I can tell you is I am getting disgusted at how chinsy magazines are getting these days. For example, InFisherman magazine used to be chock full of info and thick, now it is thin and has more advertising than articles. WHAT GIVES?

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Re: What are your favorite reading materials?

Post by Uncle Bob on Wed Feb 01, 2012 12:25 pm

I know what you mean. I used to get them all now I don't get any because they are mostly advertising. I did just get a subscription to Bow and Arrow to help a kid out that was selling them. A guy in work gave me some Primitive Archer mags. to check out , not a bad mag. but it really doesn't suit my fancy. I'll have to check out Traditional Bowhunter.
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Re: What are your favorite reading materials?

Post by tankkvta on Wed Feb 01, 2012 1:52 pm

Traditional Bowhunter,Primitive archer,The back woodsman. These are all great mags . I do agree that most of all of them want you to buy something . Even Bowhunter mags are full of advertisments .thats why I shoot traid. Bow, arrows,Hunt. I have never left my fingers at home..

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Re: What are your favorite reading materials?

Post by TradbowInOregon on Wed Feb 01, 2012 4:04 pm

My Bible and Traditional Bowhunter Mag. study

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Re: What are your favorite reading materials?

Post by Cbigbear on Wed Feb 01, 2012 4:17 pm

Bayou Bucks is the only magazine subscription I have these days, canceled all the rest.

Dave looks like there's a need for a Publicland Bowhunter's mag.

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Post by TradbowInOregon on Wed Feb 01, 2012 6:40 pm


Dave looks like there's a need for a Publicland Bowhunter's mag.

I'll second that suggestion. Very Happy

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Re: What are your favorite reading materials?

Post by heydeerman on Wed Feb 01, 2012 9:35 pm

I used to get Bowhunter magazine. It's a good mag but the compound stuff doesn't interest me that much. I have been getting TBM for years. It's filling up with advertisements but I know with the limited distribution with trad folks they gotta pay the bills. That's really the only mag I get these days beside the Christian Bowhunter that comes with my Christian Bowhunters of America membership.
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