Thick Beams

Thick Beams

As he worked his way into the opening I could tell he was on edge, snapping his head side to side, looking in every direction and taking slow cautious steps almost as if he was walking through a mine field. Finally, he dropped his head to feed and as he did, I drew my bow.

Spot and Stalk Antelope; Fueling the Passion

Spot and Stalk Antelope; Fueling the Passion

Spot and stalk antelope hunting will test your knowledge of archery, stalking techniques, and patience by taking it to the extreme. Hunting one on one with the speedsters of the prairie is something I am proud to take part of each fall.

Earl Campbell GALA in Austin, Texas

Earl Campbell GALA in Austin, Texas

The Earl Campbell Gala was a big time and a good time was had by all. The event was an exclusive dinner held at the Cool River Café in Austin on Saturday, August 28, 2010. Earl Campbell, aka as “The Tyler Rose” was in the house and was happy to pose for photos with those […]

“Deep in the Heart of Texas” with my Hoyt bow

“Deep in the Heart of Texas” with my Hoyt bow

Visit Frank Addington Jr. on the web. On Bowhunting.net: Frank’s Monthly Columns and Frank’s Straight Talk Interviews. And at FrankAddingtonJr.com. The year was 2006. I was in a hotel room in California at a sports show and glued to my TV as the Texas Longhorn football team played against USC for the National Championship. It […]

The Truth about Hogs

The Truth about Hogs

By bowhunting biologist Wade Nolan What makes a great hunt? Is it shooting a big buck? Or maybe it’s the country. Some guys think it’s the idea that you are not at work for a change. Some hunters appreciate the great food and rustic lodging the most. It’s my opinion that all of that matters […]