In this episode, T.J. sat down with Rich Lopez from Maryland, a friend and TBM supporter for many years. Rich repairs and refinished vintage bows to like-new condition. They also chat about bows, hunting, and lots of other topics. You can check out Rich's work on his website Droptine Traditions, or on his [...]
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South Cox and Jake Veldhaus of Stalker Stickbows travel back to the unforgiving backcountry of Colorado in search of High County Mule Deer and ultimately find opening day success. For more information visit www.stalkerstickbows.com
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Preston Taylor and Phil Johnston track down a black bear in Northern California and explain the techniques used in effective trailing of live animals. See more of their work at www.EarthAtFirstSight.com
Follow along in the first part of a two part series of "old school" turkey hunts in the mountains of North Carolina with Dalton Lewis of The Stickboys.
While attending the PBS Gathering in Springfield, MO, T.J. took a short drive to Nixa to visit with the owners of Black Widow Bows.
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Wild game cook-offs are a great way to find creative ways to make the most of your harvest. In this video from Randy Newberg, Hunter on YouTube, they use elk burger and see who can come up with the best possible dish. There are endless possibilities of recipes you can do [...]
Camping in the wild can be an important part of the bowhunting experience, offering solitude, proximity to nature, and an opportunity to hunt unpressured game. Most of us spending any length of time in the woods are going to sleep in some kind of tent. Sure, you can roll up in a tarp [...]
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