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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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The Essentials of Self Filming Hunts

by: Jeremy Myers, Bowtech Ambassador Anyone who has ever filmed a hunt knows just how difficult it can be, especially if you are self filming. Having the right equipment can make the experience a lot easier and a lot more enjoyable. Equipment List Camera Tripod Camera arm (tree stand hunting) Remote Shotgun mic Wireless mic To […]

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The Psychology of Shooting

by: Theresa Vail, Bowtech Ambassador There is no subject that I enjoy studying or discussing more than psychology. Not only does it provide reasons for why we do certain things, but it also provides solutions to problems. What does this have to do with archery? Think of it this way; the art of shooting inherently […]

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Theresa Vail Tech Tip: Proper Grip

Bowtech Ambassador Theresa Vail wants to help you improve your archery skills. That’s why she is creating a series of Tech Tips just for you. Do you struggle with shooting consistently? Does your bow string hit your arm when you shoot? These can be the result of an improper grip. Or, are you just getting started in […]

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How to Navigate Public and Private Land While Tracking

by: Tom D. Spisz, Bowtech Prostaff Hunting season has begun and the chase is on.  The season can be rewarding, frustrating, or even troublesome.  You get a shot on the animal you are pursuing, it runs off, and the tracking begins. It may not have necessarily been a bad shot, but it didn’t drop it where […]

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Canadian Black Bear Hunt with HealthyHunters

In episode one of the HuntFit series Adam Valastro, from the HealthyHunters crew, heads to Canada to take his first black bear with his Bowtech BT-X. Valastro added, “Hunting bears for the first time brought me right back to my childhood, when I released my very first arrow on a whitetail. The excitement of killing my […]

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How to Create a Natural Foodplot

by: Jeremy Starks, Bowtech Ambassador Following these steps can improve the wildlife habitat on your property. Regular removing along roads or right of ways creates constant new growth. This new growth is preferable and  beneficial to wildlife. Deer and other species will browse the tender shoots of Blackberry, greenbrier, pokeweed, and many native warm season grasses Create […]

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Using Maps to Determine Trail Cam Placement

by: Jeremy Myers, Bowtech Ambassador We all love that time of year when we have our trail cameras out and start getting pictures of bucks in velvet. The anticipation and suspense continues to grow as the summer comes to an end and season draws near. This is really my favorite time to have cameras out […]