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Spring Turkey Scouting Guide

by: Jeremy Starks, Mafia Outdoors T.V. Spring signals the start of turkey seasons nationwide. With that hunters hit the woods to look for signs of gobblers, but spring is also the perfect time to begin scouting for whitetail. Wildlife biologist and Bowtech Ambassador Jeremy Starks has some tips to guide your scouting adventure. Look for high […]

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Elevation Fitness Tips

by: Courtney LeVesque, Bowtech Ambassador I may be a fitness junkie, but the truth is, I don’t like being in the gym. I’ve always said I’m an “opportunist.” In fact, there’s a pair (or two) of running shoes in the back of my jeep, a kettle bell and my Spike Camp pack, loaded and ready […]

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Success Comes in Many Forms

By Paul D. Atkins, Bowtech Ambassador They say, “If you want to catch a fish, you need to think like a fish”. The same could be said when hunting big game animals too and if you’re a true bowhunter you know exactly what I’m talking about. Mountain goats are the same, or so I thought. […]

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Waiting on a Ghost

by: Krissy Knox, Bowtech Ambassador The Unicorn.  Every hunter has one.  That one animal that doesn’t really exist except to torture you in game camera photos and leave you wondering if the Big Guy upstairs is messing with you. For my brother and me, this unattainable beast came in the form of a Blacktail buck on […]

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Hunting the Stubborn Long Beard

by: Jeremy Myers, Bowtech Pro Staff Growing up I always had a fascination with spring gobblers. Through trial and error I quickly learned that turkey hunting requires patience, the ability to adapt, and to move fast and quietly when the bird is gobbling 2 ridges over. Here are a few lessons I’ve learned along the way. Turkeys rut […]

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My First Bull Elk – A Tribute To My Friend

by: Tony Rivello I am confident there isn’t a hunter alive that doesn’t remember his or her first successful big game harvest.  Well, this is a recap of mine and it’ll be one that I’ll remember til I am good and old.  I didn’t start hunting big game until 2012 at the age of 42.  […]

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The Buckeye Bruiser

by: Amber Girardeau As a woman hunter I see so many ladies struggle to get into this sport whether it is because they are misinformed, don’t have a patient teacher, or are afraid to be stereotyped.  Women should be proud to become a huntress!  I am so thankful to my husband for sharing his passion with […]

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A BT-X Texas Monster

by: Rick Philippi It was sweltering hot and very dry. The hunting started very slow. There was a tremendous crop of acorns covering Mother Nature’s earth floor, which scattered the deer all over. I knew the hunting would be tough until we had some cooler weather. It was Saturday evening as I crawled into the […]