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Bow Season: The Final Countdown

Stalking the woods with bow
KUIU Vias camo, Lone Wolf Alpha tree stand, Classic Sportsman short-brim hat, Schnee’s boots

In many parts of the country, archery deer season opens in mid-September and here in Pennsylvania, the kick off generally occurs on the first Saturday in October. Drive through any rural area in Pennsylvania this time of year and you’re likely to see stacks of hay bales or shot-up McKenzie targets gracing backyards and clotheslines sagging under the weight of freshly washed camo garments. Continue reading Bow Season: The Final Countdown

Rick Welch’s Accuracy Factory

The Rick Welch Accuracy Factory rebuilds traditional archers, one at a time.

IMAG0042On the flight to Little Rock, I could not help but dwell on the comments I read on a popular traditional archery web site about Rick Welch’s shooting school:  “Rick is a great teacher and a super nice guy.”  “I wish I would have done it years ago!”  “I learned more in two days with Rick than I’ve learned in twenty years by myself.” “Best money I’ve ever spent on archery.”  “Best money I’ve ever spent on hunting- PERIOD!” Continue reading Rick Welch’s Accuracy Factory