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2014 Oregon DIY Public Land – Rocky Mountain Elk

by: Hunter Jay Williams, Bowtech Pro Staff Hunter Jay Williams, Bowtech Pro Staff shares his passion for hardcore backcountry DIY public land bowhunting for Oregon Rocky Mountain Elk.    September – one of my favorite months of the year affords me the opportunity to pursue my passion as a hardcore backcountry DIY public land bowhunter. This […]

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A Passion for Bowhunting is Born

by: Scott Smith, Bowtech Pro Staff My dad started taking me hunting and fishing as soon as I was able to walk. We caught bull frogs, fished and hunted as much as possible. It would have been very easy for me to get discouraged deer hunting because of the area we lived in. If you […]

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Hunting Africa with a Bow

by: Scott Smith, Bowtech Pro Staff It all started one lazy summer day when my dad received one of his outdoor/hunting magazines in the mail. There was a story of a man who hunted Africa with a bow, the pictures and the accounts of the hunt had my full attention. Somewhere during flipping the pages […]

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What’s Your Definition of a Successful Hunt?

By: Lora Varju, Bowtech Pro Staff ~ What is success? Webster defines success as: the correct or desired result of an attempt.  By definition that’s pretty broad. As hunters, our definitions will likely vary.  It may be filling a tag, or finally drawing a tag that produces a once in a lifetime hunting opportunity,  a physical obstacle overcome, […]

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NW Ladies Hunting Camp Creates unique experience

By: Aimee Burnett-Hartwig ~ The 3rd Annual NW Ladies Hunting Camp brought women together from all over the western United States in mid-June. Each year the event is an opportunity for women to learn the basics of hunting, shooting and other outdoor activities over the span of a weekend. The event is organized by Candy […]

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My BT-X Turkey

By: James Teeslink, Bowtech Pro Staff ~ Springtime in the Midwest means turkeys and shed hunting. In the Black Hills of South Dakota, the Merriam’s wild turkey is the dominant species, although there are a few eastern wild turkeys. For archery hunters, the season usually starts the first weekend of April offering hunters the unique opportunity […]

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DIY Oregon Spring Turkey Hunt

By: Laura Gesh ~ Fair chase DIY turkey hunting in Oregon…what can I say. In the last couple of years I’ve had several close encounters and some misses that only left me a small pile of feathers. I keep them in a jar as a reminder of how incredible these birds are.