Setup for Turkey Hunting Season: Tips on blinds and decoys from a pro. by: Krissy Knox, Bowtech Ambassador Two hens or one? Lure toms to within an arm’s reach…or give them space? When you’re preparing for a turkey hunt, keep in mind that decoys and blinds go hand in hand. Securing the right positions for your ground […]
Bowtech Pro Shooter Erin McGladdery made history at this year’s Canadian Indoor 3D Nationals becoming the first woman to win the shoot, and finish with a higher score than all the men competing.Erin won the competition with the BT-Mag. We touched base with Erin to find out more about her life, love of archery and favorite moments. Bowtech: […]
by: Kenny Hollingsworth, Bowtech Pro Staff Just got back to work this morning after a great weekend in Texas participating in the first Train To Hunt event of 2017! It was held at Cinnamon Creek Ranch in Roanoke, Texas. First of all, what an awesome place to have an event like this! It was perfect […]
Bowtech Offers Bonus Prize to Championship Winners Shoot your way to a new Bowtech bow! Now there’s one more reason to aim for the win at both the 2017 IBO New York State & New England Championship Series. If you get first place in the Hunter Class while shooting a Bowtech, you’ll also score a […]
Bowtech Ambassador Krissy Knox demonstrates the basics of turkey calling.
Misty Loggins of Mafia Outdoors T.V. shows us what she carries with her when she heads out on a turkey hunt. Turkey vest with pockets and a seat Hunting License Assortment of calls Camo face mask, gloves and face paint Dry pair of socks Extra ammo/broadheads Range finder Toilet Paper & Hand Sanitizer Bug repellant Non-perishable snacks […]
How do you train to hunt? Do you lift weights? Focus on cardio? Shoot every day? Many of us have an exercise regimen. And, really there’s no right or wrong way to train, but Courtney LeVesque of Elevation Fitness implements a combination of lifting, running and shooting into her workouts to simulate a typical hunt. Here’s a […]
Improper posture when lifting can lead to serious injury. Kenton Clairmont of Train to Hunt breaks down how to make your archery muscles more injury resistant with a few simple exercises.