Part II: Straight Talk Interview – Archery Hall of Fame Archer, performer and icon, Ann Clark
This special interview was done in 2006 and was one lost when bowhunting.net changed to a new format. I wanted to bring this back so it would be available forever on bowhunting.net
Jim Crumley created Trebark camouflage and forever changed camouflage for hunters. Here is his story.
Frank Addington, Jr, the Aspirin Buster takes his Bow and Arrow Razzle Dazzle show to Greensboro where he once again thrilled the audience with his archery skills and showmanship.
It has been 31 years since Frank did the first shooting exhibition for the Virginia Outdoor Sportsman Show and he just went back for the 2nd and last time.
The atmosphere at the Dyer bear camp was happy because Cathy Addington had done it! Pop, guide Danny Dyer and Ted Nugent all posed for photos with Cathy and #20. She was smiling ear to ear and planning for #21.
We didn’t take too long to strike a deal on the family business and then I was in the market to get down to serious talk with Fred and Bear Archery.
Frank Addington Jr. asks, “What were some of the special projects you worked with for Bear Archery?” Well, Dick Mauch’s worked on plenty of projects and archery made some significant changes because of it.
When Coach Mack Brown teamed up with singer Jack Ingram and actor Mathew McConaughey to form Mack, Jack & McConaughey (or MJ&M) it was the perfect combination to host a wonderful event to raise money for five worthy children’s charities. And Frank Addington, Jr was one of the main draws.
Frank Addington asks, “Who all has hunted out of your Nebraska cabin.” Fred Bear, Glenn St. Charles, Dick Lattimer and Earl and Ann Hoyt, and Ann Clark and many other many influential archers and bowhunters.
Frank Addington Jr. and Dick Mauch discuss Dick’s and Fred Bear’s shared hunting camps in the Early Days and move on to other memorable hunts and Dick’s industry famous cabin.
Frank Addington Jr. asks Dick Mauch, “Where did you meet that tall lanky fellow, Fred Bear?” And an incredible adventure begins that changes the course of bowhunting forever.
Meet Dich Mauch, Archery and Bowhunting pioneer and icon who played an important part in the growth of the small archery and bowhunting community of the 50’s to today’s 3-million bowhunters.
People make an industry and for Frank Addington, Jr it’s the people of our sport who make up many of his monthly columns. Want to know archery? Read the interviews of those who have made it great.
It’s been a few years as Frank Addington Jr enjoyed the first years of new son Luke but now he’s back doing what he loves to do and contributing to bowhunting.net. Welcome back Frank.
This summer you can catch Frank Addington’s Aspirin Buster Instinctive Archery Show at several Cabela’s on the East coast. If you like archery you won’t want to miss this show.
Franks Addington, Jr and another great interview with one of archery’s icons, G. Fred Asbell is and has been a great representative for the sport of archery.
Ben Pearson Jr talks about his archery legend father, growing up, the legacy and the greatness that was ‘The Father of Modern Archery;
Norb Mullaney, a true icon in the archery industry who single handedly set the standards for comprehensive equipment reviews.
Lynn Frady interviews Outdoorsman, Country Super Star Craig Morgan.
Diane Miller has been one of the driving forces in archery since the 60’s and is now Executive Dir. Archery Hall of Fame.
George Gardner – life long archer, hunter, mentor, Hall of Fame Inductee, President Ten Point Crossbows.
Mike Steger foster son of Fred and Henrietta Bear talks to Frank Addington, Jr.
Tink Nathan exclusive Bowhunting.Net Straight Talk Interview. Covers legends beginnings, bowhunts, marketing, Tink’s Scent and Lures, Professional Hunter in Africa.
From humble beginnings through Herter’s and rocky Mt. Broadheads Bob Barrie epitomizes the sport.
At 10:20 AM on an unusually warm November morning in 2008 I was enjoying the excitement of watching an impressive 7-point buck approaching my stand as he responded to my doe-in-heat call. I came to full draw, aimed carefully, and then let the arrow fly. My immediate assessment was that I hadn’t been successful, and a quick descent of my tree and an even faster walk to the spot where that buck had stood only minutes before proved that no tracking was necessary this time. The arrow had missed its mark. I retrieved it and headed back to my tree to resume the day’s hunt.
An Open Letter to Bill Moore – President of Hot Trails
Visit Frank Addington Jr.:Frank’s Monthly Column and Frank’s Straight Talk Interviews.And FrankAddingtonJr.com. Study, learn, embrace the environment, hunt hard, never give up and then pass on the experiences through the media. Its the basics of life for Bob Robb, one of today’s truly great outdoor writers. FA: Where and when were you born? BR: […]
The third week of September is definitely one of my favorite weeks of the year. Cool crisp mornings, mild fall days, and clear starlit nights. Fall is finally here! The leaves are changing, creating breath taking views in the high country.
Hunting and archery is an important part of Jim Wynne’s life and he shares his lifetime career in the industry with us.