Sarah Bomar lacks one Rio Grande gobbler to have a Double Grand Slam this year, all on video. To try to make it happen Sarah and Josh Bomar of Bomar Bowhunting go to Kansas for a late season bowhunt.
In case you aren’t familiar with the use of the word ‘toad’ to describe a bear, it doesn’t mean he has warts, it means the bear is a real big one. And Cindy’s bear definitely is.
Nothing beats being in the right place at the right time when the gobblers fly down to begin their daily search for wild turkey hens.
This is bowhunting video at it’s best. Strictly the real deal, just like you’re in those Kansas woods with Tracy when a big 14 point buck hears your grunts and heads toward your stand.
Everybody Tells Ya That Bowhunting Black Bear Is Not Dangerous. I Guess This Bear Wasn’t Listening!
After The Bucks In Your Area Shed Their Racks From Last Season It’s Time For You To Check Out Your Hunting Area For Them.
I’ve Had Several Memorable Gator Hunts In Florida With David Mills And Here Is One We Got On Video
Jason Balazs promised it and it’s happening right now! You can WIN a brand new QAD HDX drop awayrest for your favorite bow!
Four Years Of Bowhunting Montana Public Land for Elk Pays Off Big as a spatacular bull elk comes to an elk wallow where our bowhunter is waiting.
“Bowhunting is trial and error, but as long as you never stop learning you will always improve.” says Joshua Wells as he takes us on his 2017 MN wild turkey bowhunt.
Gobblers and Hen wild turkeys have different purposes and look quite different. But less experienced turkey hunters justifiably have trouble telling them apart.
Join Ayden and James Doumtsis in Northern Queensland, Australia on a predator control bowhunt on the wild dog population.
In a single word, survival. A wild turkey hen teaches her poults how to react to their harsh and varied environments of the North America wilderness.
With a few exceptions, most birds have little or no sense of smell, but they are amply counterbalanced with extraordinary eyesight.
Aiming at the right spot when you shoot your next wild turkey makes all the difference. Watch this video and be sure you shoot your next gobbler right!
Spring Bowhunt in the mountains near Monterey, Tennessee. Two gobblers are called into bow range and our bowhunter makes two perfect shots.
Now, does are dropping their fawns and teaching them how to find food and get around in their area. That’s the perfect scenario for coyotes and predators.
Bean Outdoors shows us their pick for the best expandable broadhead, the Grim Reaper Broadheads, and tells you why they like it.
In modern days thousands of bowhunters make the long jaunt to the bear country of the North every year to bowhunt bears
At the 2017 SHOT SHOW in Las Vegas Abby Casey of Rated Red TV interviewed Kurt Baumgartner of ATSKO Products and discussed water proofing products and techniques.
The majority of hunters, especially new ones, do NOT do the basic turkey call, the yelp, correctly. Scott Ellis shows you how to get them right. One minute from now your yelp will be perfect.
The gobbler was coming in fast, zeroed in on our decoys. The Duck hurried to get ready as I called and videoed.
Guitar Rocker And Bowhunter Ted Nugent Performs His Tribute Song ‘Fred Bear’ Live At Walnut Creek Amphitheater in Raleigh, NC.
On our right I saw a wild turkey, by itself, 100 yards away, and coming. I pointed towards it so the Duck would know and cut at the gobbler, He gobbled loudly and then doubled his speed.
What is the difference between 20 and 60 and 80 power? Jason Balazs tells you here, and reports on the top quality, affordable ALPEN OPTIC #788 Spotting Scope.
On opening day of this year’s wild turkey season we videoed our hunts. I called and had first video duty and ‘The Duck” bowhunted.
When he stopped coming I watched the big longbeard’s head and posture, weighing what he would do now. And I made my choice. It worked…
The Duck, (Don Beckwith) put his Range Finder on the Gobbler and got the yardage reading. We needed to get that Longbeard 40 yards closer.
Watch this huge blonde bear lumber in to the stand. Kevin puts a perfect shot on him and he goes down just out of view.
Taking deer pictures of a particular deer is a challenge. It takes a consistent attitude of staying-in-the-game to make it pay off for ya.