Episode 24 we talk to Bert Frelink of Alberta Canada. Bert owns quarter moon bows and spends a lot of time in the field hunting with self bows and laminated bows. We talk grizzly bears, mountain goat and mule deer. We also talk about the changes in mule deer seasons in Alberta due to increased harvest rates in archery seasons.
In this episode we talk with Matt Starley of Rogue Wild Productions. Matt and his brother have made the switch this year to traditional archery and he goes over his trials and tribulations. Matt is a class act make sure to check out his videos on you tube.
In this Episode we talk with Dick Robertson of Robertson Stykbow. Dick has been building bows for close to 40 years and has hunted around the world. We talk self bows, bowhunting and the changes in technology over the years and the impact it is having on our bow seasons. Dick is a great guy as you can tell from this interview and has helped many on their tradquest.
In this episode we had the pleasure of sitting down with Jim Akenson. Jim has spent 7003 days living in the wilderness of Idaho. We talk about life in the backcountry and of course bowhunting. Jim has an incredible tactic I'm sure most guys have never heard of for getting in close to rutting muleys...enjoy
In this episode we had the pleasure of talking to Jason Samkowiak. Jason is a hardcore whitetail hunter from northern Michigan who gets it done on public land in multiple states every year. In this episode we discuss tree stand hunting and the benefits of being mobile over having pre-set stands. Jason also runs the traditional bowhunting and wilderness podcast, so go check out all his episodes!
In this episode we talk with Mark about self bows, bowhunting and technology and how it effects our sport. As you can tell from this interview mark is a stand up guy who has been bowhunting and contributing to our sport since before we have been alive.
Check out the rest of our interview with Paul. Getting stick bow close to those September bulls. Good luck out there and check out our Instagram and Facebook this week we have some elk nut goods to giveaway!
In this episode we talk with the elk whisperer himself Paul Medal aka the Elk Nut. We talk about the struggles of stick bow hunting and of course elk sounds and how to call those elk in close. Paul is a great guy and is very passionate about elk hunting and was an absolute pleasure to have on, we could have talked elk forever!!! Thats why we had to cut this into 2 episodes! Enjoy
On this episode I talk to Norm Johnson of Blacktail Bows and current president of the Professional Bowhunters Society. We cover how he got his start in bowhunting and bow building. If your not already a PBS member you'll learn why you should seriously consider it.
I had the pleasure of sitting down with Allen Boice of Liberty Bows at his home in Roseburg, Oregon. We discussed his history in bow building in Oregon, as well as Roosevelt elk and Blacktail deer hunting. Also on this episode, we talk about Allen's involvement in the Traditional Archers of Oregon annual Pope Young Archery shoot.
On this episode I had the pleasure to talk traditional archery with Clay Hayes of Twisted Stave Media and Carson Brown of Echo Archery and Surewood Shafts. Both these guys have a biology background and are selfbow bowyers. We discuss technology and how it effects bowhunting today. We get into some elk hunting and the importance of supporting organizations such as BHA, PBS and your local state's traditional archery club.