Art Helin's  Field Journal
Bio:
Hooked on the outdoors at an early age by his father and grandmother, Art began hunting 23 years ago.  His passion for the sport flourished when he began bowhunting.  To this day his passion remains bowhunting; whether it is for tukey, deer or other big game.  He, his wife, and his children hunt together as much as possible and enjoy the outdoors to its fullest. Art is a pro/field staffer for New Archery Products, Hunters Specialties, and Tru Fire releases, and works with a number of other archery-related companies. He is a NEBF archery instuctor and working on his NASP credentials as well. Art and his wife film and hunt with the Archer's Choice TV Show and their Posse.  When he is not in the woods or conducting seminars he is a full time real estate appraiser.


The Frigid Waiting Game Pays Off -12/03/2007
North Dakota early season is a whitetail hunters dream, Velvet deer, long days and usually nice weather. This years early season paid off only for two of the four that made the long 14 hour trip. My ...
Girls Days Out -11/23/2007
This year, it seems like I should be taking lessons from the two women hunters in my family.  I have been close with a lot of good deer, but so far have been unable to seal the deal.  There ...
The Making Of Bill (The Decoy) -11/23/2007
As hunters, we’re always looking for new ways to increase our success.  One of those during the rut and the pre-rut is the use of decoys.   Well, I’ve now taken it one step farther.&nb ...
Morel Mushrooms: 'Tis The Season! -09/06/2007
Morel season is about to begin!   Middle to late season turkey hunters be on the look out, and if you’re not a turkey hunter now is the time to start looking for morel mushrooms. Within th ...
Michelle's First Black Bear -09/06/2007
Turkey season is over so the wife and I headed north to Saskatchewan and East Trout Lake Outfitters is search of black bears. The trip started a little rocky as when we landed in Saskatoon we had no ...
Safair Noridik Quebec Caribou -09/06/2007
I am trying to catch up as it has been awhile since my last entry so first off I hope you all had a great Christmas and a safe and Happy New Year. This past September myself, Fred Lagos (the produc ...
It's Been A Long Spring -06/16/2007
It has been awhile since I have been able to sit down and post a field journal , but it has been a long and busy spring. It all started with all the trade shows which run just about eve ...
Michelle's Wisconsin Muzzleloader Buck -01/04/2007
Michelle’s first muzzleloader buck came on the opening day of the 2006 Wisconsin rifle season. She has shot plenty of big game animals with her bow, but never a big game animal with any type of firea ...
South Dakota Whitetail Hunting -01/04/2007
South Dakota was looking promising as talking with my friends and outfitters Tim and Terry the buck population was very, very good. We arrived the first week of November and were looking forward to ...
The Learning Curve -10/24/2006
After you have been hunting for 25+ years, you can forget about the learning curve and for some odd reason think things should just come natural to everyone. At least that is what I thought until thi ...
North Dakota Whitetail Report -10/23/2006
North Dakota Whitetails It’s been awhile since my last post, but it is hunting season so I have been gone a lot! I will try to catch you up on what has been happening with me so far this year ...
Where Did All The Bucks Go? -08/30/2006
Where did all the bucks go? Don’t panic they're around!!! Finding bucks is one thing.  But finding them, watching them for a month or better, only to have them just up and disappear is anothe ...
Backyard Targets and Hunting Arrow Setups -08/28/2006
Backyard shooters are going to love a couple of the new targets offered by Delta. The Broadhead Buck is an economical 3-D deer target that is perfect for backyard shooting.  Over the past few mon ...
Archers Choice/The Choice Getting Ready -08/23/2006
Another year of hunting and filming is about to begin and the entire crew at Archer's Choice Media is getting geared up to hit the road.  Everyone is busy gathering their camera gear, checking the ...
It's Been Awhile... -08/21/2006
I’m baaack! Sorry it has been awhile since my last entry but July was a little crazy!!!  I didn’t get a whole lot of writing in last month.  It seemed like I had a million other things to d ...
Whitetail Management: Love It or Hate It -06/29/2006
Early season food sources Whitetail management has been praised as much as it has been frowned upon, and hunters either love it or hate it. The term QDM is a term most hunters use loosely ...
Timing Whitetail Vocalizations -06/20/2006
One of the biggest questions I get asked about whitetails is “When is the best time to call to them?”  The answers, unfortunately, are not simple ones.  That is because there ar ...
Whitetails: Its All In The Details -06/20/2006
If you’re hunting mature whitetails and not scoring often, it may just be the little things that you're doing wrong. Success seems to come with consistency.  So why do some hunters score ...
Friends And The Outdoors -05/30/2006
Friends seem to come and go, but lately it seems as if hunting has renewed old friendships and made existing friendships stronger. Hunting is a way of life for some people but not to others. Some o ...
Sad Day: WI Turkey Season Ends -05/30/2006
Eric and Dad waiting for that longbeard Well, Wisconsin's turkey season has finally ended but not without a friendly two day, two turkey ending. I took out my Dad and my buddy Er ...

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