After decades spent in the woods, there is still no place we would rather be right now than in a stand or blind just waiting. Nothing will ever beat that feeling of a crisp morning and a tight bowstring. Though we must retreat every so often to our true homes, the wild places will always be the place we feel we belong.
One of the reasons we have to return if for you, our readers! We want to bring you all the excitement of our adventures and solid, honest reviews of the products we have grown to trust. That way when you head out for your own hunt, you know what works and what you can depend on. We know your time is valuable and that you have turned to us for the advice you need so not a moment is wasted.
We are predominantly focused on the art of bowhunting and the science of the animals we hunt. Be that deer, turkey, hog, or elk, knowing what works and developing the skills to hunt them properly is vital to our continued success in the field. When we find gear that can help us, we want to bring that back to you along with any hints, tips, tricks, or other valuable information that can improve your chances of success.
Not a single company pays for our reviews, no one sponsors us, and we are not affiliated with any manufacturer or distributor or archery or other outdoor products. This helps us keep our reviews unbiased and honest. That is important to us and should any company approach us with a product, we would be happy to run it through its paces but any review we publish will be honest and our readers will be informed about how we received the product.
As for our readers, please feel free to send us any comments or recommendations. If there are products that you trust, we want to know about them. When we head out on a hunt, the plan is always to return with our quarry and are as willing to learn today as we were as kids in the woods for that first time.
Above all, we want to preserve our heritage and the best way to do that is to grow the sport of bowhunting. With so many people getting involved for the first time with no prior experience, providing reviews of the most effective gear and the most informative articles we are able will always be our number one goal. Feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions. We would love to hear from you!
Having started hunting more than 30 years ago and bowhunting for almost 25 of that, there aren’t many animals in North America that Eric hasn’t gone after. His personal favorites will always be turkey and hog but he has never missed getting a deer in deer season.
Often found roaming the eastern woodlands, scouting and just enjoying the Appalachian Mountains, you won’t often find him without a bow in hand. Eric has a love for archery, especially recurve bows and traditional wood arrows with grey goose fletching. His longtime heroes are Howard Hill and Fred Bear though he has little hope of ever equaling their skill or trophy count.
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I would like to personally thank you for taking the time to read our blog and sincerely hope you have gained something that has benefitted you in the process. I want this website to be the go-to source for all of your bowhunting informational needs. I created this site for you and you will always be the driving force behind what we do here.
With over half a century of archery and bowhunting knowledge under our belts and plans to go much further, we like to think we can provide honest advice and opinions on gear to those who are just entering the sport.
With an eye toward ethical hunting and conservation, we would like to preserve our rights to hunt along with all of the knowledge that we have personally gained and that was passed onto us for future generations. This nation was founded by hunters and those people that existed here long before that had to hunt to survive. That is a heritage we never want to lose and one that we hope you will join us in helping to grow and protect for those who come after.
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