Tag Archives: Deer Camp

Episode 47 – Why I Shoot Traditional Archery Tackle


What’s up Peeps? Old School episode today. You just have me.

Today’s Episode is all about the reasons I have chosen to transition to traditional archery tackle. There are plenty of reasons to try and/or move to traditional archery. In this weeks podcast, I discuss several reasons for wanting to pursue the change.

Some of the reasons I discuss are:

  • Yardage Judgement
  • Fast Target Acquisition
  • Flexibility of shooting angles
  • Practice
  • EDC Gear
  • Cost
  • DIY Aspect

We finish off with giving my timeline of my traditional archery journey to-date starting with my first bows I made myself through today.

We also have a couple of shout-outs including a nice NY buck taken by the guys at Vantage Point Outdoors and a listener episode suggestion.



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Episode 30 – Hunting Update, Deer Camp and Listener Questions


I’m back with another late night episode of The Bowhunter’s Journal. Since I am a bit pressed for time I had to squeeze this episode in. So, I decided to have a chit-chat episode. I start with a little Jets rant and then jump over to the VP debates that I just finished watching. Next I chat about the Rifle Mountain/Deer Camp work weekend and my dinner mishap. Next I give an update to my hunting season. Last, I finish it off with our first ever Questions and Feedback Segment. We cover choosing a new recurve bow, a tip for a bow hoist alternative, Awesome Notes app for a hunting log, arrow through the hand picture on the Facebook page and tips for setting up trail cameras.