Best of the Year

January 4, 2016 — Leave a comment


2015 was a great year for Hunting Fit. I started this site in January of 2015 with the hopes of helping hunters train harder, prepare better, and enjoy increased success as a result. I received some great feedback from some of you regarding how helpful some of the articles were. Some of you even mentioned how the info you found on helped you fill your tags this year! That kind of news makes all of the work, time, and energy totally worth it.

Looking back over 2015, there were a few articles that stood out as the most popular articles of the year. Here they are, in order of popularity:

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Speed: One of the Most Misunderstood Truths in Bowhunting – This article was shared by First Lite, Championship Bowhunting, and a few others. It has received well over 10K views and it has only been up for a little over a month. Clearly bowhunting is the preferred method of many Hunting Fit readers.


Camouflage: Part II – Pattern Test – This article is what really got Hunting Fit on the map in the late summer months. Thousands of readers viewed this article and appreciated the more “realistic” views of the patterns based on the color spectrum that animals see (at least, based on scientific research) .


Camouflage: Part I – More to Consider than You Might Think – This article walked through the science behind animal vision and some of the more popular camo patterns on the market today (it was the basis for which Part II was written).


Best Bow Comparison – 4 Flagship Bows – This article chronicled my search for a new bow for 2016. It looked at the notable differences between bows offered by Prime, Xpedition, Mathews, and Elite.


Mathews Halon Review – People were pretty anxious to read about Mathews’ new flagship bow. Click on the link to read about it.

I have been blown away by the support and response to Hunting Fit. Hopefully 2016 brings even more great experiences, great people, great training, great gear, and great stories.

Remember… It is all about preparation. Keep up with to stay on top of all the ways to prepare for your upcoming seasons!

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