“It is a very rare event when I actually win anything, so you can imagine my surprise at the P&Y awards banquet when I heard my name called out,” said Dirk Dieterich. “My friends said, “You won a bow” and “No, you won THE bow.”
“It’s an honor for Bear Archery to support a great, longstanding organization like the Pope and Young Club,” said Tyler Musgrave, Associate Product Manager at Bear Archery.
Are you growing or stagnating? For Matt Guedes, “I have long been an advocate of the philosophy that we are either growing or we are diminishing. I have never been a fan of neutral or stagnant ground when it comes to our growth in all areas of life. Whether it is our education, intellect, spiritual life, work, or hobbies, I believe we are moving forward or we are going backwards. “
Fred Bear at his best, stealthily stalking into bow range in the wilds of Mozambique Africa for Cape Buffalo, Elephant, Trophy Kudu and more.
The screaming stopped. Then we heard an animal running right toward us. It was grunting as it ran toward us in the darkness. It came right behind us and stopped no more than 10 yards away. My heart was pounding in my chest and I thought it was a leopard by the sounds.
We all seek out perfection with the bow. We practice, we buy new equipment, we have friends watch us shoot but perfection is elusive. Baylee learned that in a recent trip to Africa. The lesson was valuable.
The last of this 3-part series moderated by the legend, Fred Bear on the History of the bow.
Part 2 of History of the Bow & Arrow moderated by the great Fred Bear.
… things changed for the better as not five minutes later a big male blesbok walked in to the pond. He was beautiful. He had great color and great horns. My dad looked at me and whispered that it was a good one.
The bowhunting legend, Fred Bear, covers the History of the Bow & Arrow in this Part 1 of a three part series. Love archery? Love bowhunting? Then you will not want to miss this great educational series.
Filming hunts is actually one of my passions. Yes, being the hunter is fun, but filming someone hunting is just as fun. You get to watch the hunt through the lens of a camera, you see the same thing everyone else is seeing from a different perspective.
Part 2 from the master himself. How did they make the Fred Bear recurve bows? Watch this video and you will know.
Come along and learn from the Master bowyer himself, Fred Bear, how he makes a great shooting recurve bow.
Computers, iPhones and Video Games are having a tremendous impact on our young and developing a love for the outdoor lifestyle. The Guedes family has the right direction for all families to follow to ensure the outdoors and archery and family remain strong.
Bear Archery’s Matt Guedes teams up with River’s Edge Treestands to study animal reactions and seeing how the height would affect future hunting.
Bear Archery’s Matt Guedes goes to South Africa and takes 11 hunters to experience Sediba Nkwe Hunting Safaris.
Matt Guedes is one of today’s most avid, dedicated and successful bowhunters and having taken trophy game the world over he still is enamored with big mule deer bucks in velvet. Matt shows you how to get your velvet buck
For accomplished bowhunter Matt Guedes bowhunting for elk is being able to utilize a number of tactics. Matt covers some in this month’s column for Bear Archery
From the moment you open the box, your goal is to set up, shoot in and sight in that new bow so you know it better than a friend.
The biggest thrill a parent can have is being with a child on their bowhunt. For Matt Guedes it was twice as good.
Shooting longer distances demands dedication, good equipment, perseverance and practice, lots of practice.
Bowhunting for turkey is not an easy task and for Johnny Costello, he’s gone to school on them and learned a thing or two.
Say hello to our newest writer, Matt Guedes. In his first article Matt gives you some things that must be accomplished to be a great hunter.
Author getting first hand look at the new Trophy Ridge sight. In the old days, right after cavemen , bow sights were simply a plastic arm with a white dot of paint on them. I remember hiking in the dark to my treestand in a Kentucky hollow just behind a sorghum field on the last […]