By Jon E. Silks Gear Testing Editor – Petersen’s Bowhunting Magazine The expert reviews keep rolling in! “Shooting the SR6 was a pleasure – they could have named it the SR6 SS.” “Shooting the Realm SS in the smooth setting will have you questioning the draw-weight setting. It is extremely easy to draw front […]
Heading out on a backcountry hunt? Bowtech’s brother-sister team Ryan Hay and Krissy Knox take an in-depth look inside their backcountry packs. What you need to know before you head off the grid. Topics covered: Safety Shelter Hunting needs Food & Water
by: Toby & Samantha Gangler, Bowtech Ambassadors If you’re like us, you may not have a lot of extra time to spend hiking and scouting for elk. If you’re hunting on public ground, you’ll be competing with fellow hunters and you’re going to need every advantage you can find to get an arrow in the […]
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 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 […]
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 […]
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 […]