Tag Archives: bowhunting

#HuntFishTravel 072 – Bowhunting Preseason Checklist

This week I’m joined by Phillip Johnson of Tall Tine Bowstrings and Glacial Lakes Archery.

He gives us the run down on what we should be doing to get ready for the upcoming archery hunting season. Continue reading #HuntFishTravel 072 – Bowhunting Preseason Checklist

#HuntFishTravel 070 – Tips for Cutting Shooting Lanes with Wicked Tree Gear

John Mulligan; VP of Sales & Marketing for Wicked Tree Gear joins us this week to talk about where, how much and when to even cut a shooting lane, tree saws and online hunting shows.

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Gear Review: 2014 PSE Dream Season DNA SP

2013 PSE Dream Season DNA was a very popular bow; they manufactured a new riser that was stronger and lighter but still managed to push the super-fast IBO speeds PSE is known for.

But for most of us, a smooth draw is what we really want, and as a woman, I don’t want to have to fight with what in my opinion was an overly aggressive cam. Continue reading Gear Review: 2014 PSE Dream Season DNA SP

A Very Special “New Bow Day”

One of the most celebrated acronyms in all of bowhunting is “NBD”. Second only to “BBD” (Big Buck Down) in importance, these three letters will make even the heftiest of archers do cartwheels. Yup, there is no denying it, a “New Bow Day” is an event worthy of celebration. I’ve had several and every, single one of them was special. Continue reading A Very Special “New Bow Day”

Traditional Broadheads – Get to the Point

Finally, we get to talk about the business end of the arrow: the part that gets the job done. I must confess I am a broadhead junky. From the moment I bought my first pack, I’ve been infatuated with them. I love what they do; I love the engineering behind them; and I love the way they look. [Tweet “The broadhead is the quintessential symbol of bowhunting.Β  via @Nick_Viau”]There is no emblem more iconic. When people see a broadhead, they know exactly what it means and exactly what it does, whether they are hunters or not.
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