Let me tell you about the opening day of the 2013 deer hunting season. Bow season had long passed, the snow had already begun to fly, clearly it was rifle season now.  Despite the below-freezing temperatures and bitter wind chill, I put on my battery powered, heated socks and headed out into the wilderness. For […]

Who doesn’t like to chat about gear?  I’m no exception.  So without further adieu, here is my personal list of gear. You’ll notice I stick to the basics, without much of the fluff the TV shows try to sell us. If you want to know more about what I shoot and why, get in touch […]

bowhunting season prep

It never fails. Summer flies by, fall approaches, and my gear is nowhere near ready for the season. At least one month before bow hunting season kicks off, you want to make sure that you are more than well-prepared for it. For this matter, in order for you not to forget important details during your […]

I consider my bow to be an extension of me, like many other bow hunters or avid archers. In fact, I tend to take better care of it than I do anything else. That’s why when I’m traveling; I need a top quality bow case to be sure it is well protected. I couldn’t even […]

Hoyt Vicxen ZRS

I’m going to start by saying that I have always tried to stay away from bows that I considered “girly.” Until a friend begged me to try hers, I had no intention of picking up a Hoyt Vicxen. I soon realized that I should have picked it up much sooner. The following is my review […]

womens compound bow

Women are a growing market for bow hunting, and hunting in general. Is it simply influenced in part by the women archers in “The Hunger Games”, or is there larger trend afoot? I don’t think so, and neither do the bow manufacturers. Makers of compound bows (like HOYT) are betting it’s a trend more than […]