Find that gear that is best for you and have the greatest hunting season of your lives. Make that extra effort to introduce some new people into this incredible outdoor hunting lifestyle.
Let’s do everything we can to get as many new people into the woods, fields and waters of America to unleash and celebrate the purest of instincts to connect and function as nature participants.
Each step in archery, practiced repeatedly every time at the range, will imprint on our psyche and become second nature every time we prepare to shoot an arrow. That is the ultimate bowhunting goal.
Don’t wait for October. Get out there now after small game and hone your big-game hunting skills ahead of schedule.
As we celebrate all that is good about the 2018 hunt season, never forget about the bad and the ugly that is making life miserable for our fellow hunters and be willing to stand up, raise hell and keep conservation the science that it is supposed to be.
With summer dragging on and most prime hunting seasons still a ways off, this continues to be the perfect time of year to continue to hone our aim small miss small reasoning predator skills for that magic fall season of glee that will be here before you know it!
Ted Nugent has favorite treestands and groundblinds to hunt right near home, and you would be hard pressed to find a happier hunter anywhere on earth than this guitar player every night around the home campfire with family, dogs and friends.
Some people are ethical, and some people are not. It is up to those of us who have a decent grasp on right and wrong to communicate such guidance to family, friends and our buddies at hunting camp and at the range.
Full-on concentration archery immersion takes us far, far away to a much better place and is good for the mind, heart, body, spirit, soul and psyche. When done properly with genuine Zen, Samurai dedication, life is better lived and fulfilled. Gungho archery epitomizes the physics of spirituality.
What would the American bowhunter do without the dedication and archery masters found in the little mom and pop archery shops across the nation?