Playing the Angles

Playing the Angles

It’s critical to visualize exactly where your arrow needs to penetrate to reach the heart-lung-liver area. Hitting an animal in the exact spot to do the most internal damage in the shortest amount of time is what matters most.

Archery Hall of Fame: Induction 2016

Archery Hall of Fame: Induction 2016

Two Olympic Gold medal winners; a world class target archer/bowhunter, one of the original members of
the Professional Archers Association and lifetime promoter to our sport were enshrined in the Archery Hall of Fame September 3rd at the White River Conference Center of Bass Pro in Springfield, Missouri.

Accepting Challenges

Accepting Challenges

Why do you bowhunt? For M.R. James the reasons are many, highly personal, and probably somewhat complex. But whenever he is forced to come up with the single reason that best explains why he loves bowhunting as much as he does, he usually answers with a single word: challenge.

Yep, I’m a Dinosaur!

Yep, I’m a Dinosaur!

       OKAY, I CONFESS. I’m something of a troglodyte when compared to most twenty-first century bowhunters. Need proof? Well, I pulled my first toy bow when Roosevelt was president (FDR, not Teddy!). And I was shooting longbows and recurves long before Allen’s first prototype mechanical bow was unveiled in the ‘60s. Fact is, I still […]

Archery Hall of Fame: Sept. 3, 2016 Induction Ceremony

Archery Hall of Fame: Sept. 3, 2016 Induction Ceremony

Mark this date on your calendar: Sept 3, 2016. This is  the date in Springfield, MO at Bass Pro Shop White River Conference Center where Darrell Pace, John Williams, Jack DeWitt and Randy Ulmer will be inducted into the Archery Hall of Fame and Ted Nugent will receive the Dave Staples Golden Arrow Award.   For […]