SHOT Show is huge.
I mean GINORMOUS.
And to a gal that’s an admitted archery snob, a gun really, really has to stand out to grab my attention. I do love my hunting rifles and my S&W pistol but I don’t own any guns that get me all gooey inside.
So as I’m wandering up and down the 12.5 miles of aisles in the SandsExpoConvention Center, I really scrutinized the products, looking for the few I knew would stand out among the rest. Continue reading 5 SHOT Show Products That Stood Out Among the Rest
Imagine you’ve decided to give the whole “trad” thing a spin – maybe not forever, but at least for a little while. You aren’t sure if it’s your thing, but love the way the string feels in your hands and watching the arch of the arrow in flight. You appreciate the simplicity of it all – being gadget free – and find you are bringing the stick to the range more than your brand new iEVISORATOR5000XZ. Continue reading Hunting the Traditional Bow Part One: Watch those Limbs
This week on the Wild World of CarrieZ Hunting, Fishing and Outdoor Podcast Carrie Zylka chats with Matt Ross; Certification Programs Manager for the Quality Deer Management Association about the two different deer steward courses and why everyone should consider taking one. Continue reading #HuntFishTravel 052 – Deer Stewards, Buck Poles and Late Season Food Plots
A few of my favorite and most downloaded HuntFishTravel Podcast episodes!
Continue reading #HuntFishTravel Top 5 Podcasts of 2013
A few weeks ago I stepped out of my house to do a little archery shooting. It was a beautiful fall afternoon. I stepped up to the line and knocked an arrow, pulled back, settled into my anchor and watched as my arrow found its mark. I shot another dozen arrows with similar results. And then it happened. I drew back and found my anchor point. I started to settle my pin on the X and then I did a whole body convolution as I jerked the trigger on my release. I said to my self “What the HELL was that?”. Continue reading 3 Steps to Cure Target Panic