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Bowhunter TV Celebrating 100th Episode

by Bowhunter Online Staff   |  September 28th, 2012 1

The Sportsman Channel, the leader in outdoor television for the American sportsman, is honored to bring viewers the 100th episode of Bowhunter TV.  The milestone program’s host, Curt Wells, is shining the spotlight on Bowhunter’s most outrageous bears, bucks and bulls of all time. Audiences will not want to miss the 100th episode of Bowhunter TV on Full Draw Friday, October 5 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.

The Bowhunter TV crew is proud that in addition to all of the teaching moments they’ve squeezed into episodes over the past eight years – they’ve also captured some of the most unforgettable, in-your-face animal encounters ever recorded. If you want to see an action-packed half hour that details the most incredible and exciting hunts by the Bowhunter crew, don’t miss this unforgettable episode!

Viewers will be treated to five-yard, teeth-popping standoffs with monster bears with recurve and compound; amazing bull elk near and far; mega-toad whitetails from across North America; and a series of trophy moose kills culminating in one hunt that nearly cost our cameraman and host their lives! This show is must-see TV that results from eight seasons of hard work, great fortune and tons of well-placed arrows.

In addition to these memory-making hunt sequences, in the regular “Tech Talk” segment, Mike Carney and Equipment Editor Tony Peterson reveal the game-changing use of in-the-field ozone; World 3D Champion Levi Morgan shares “Perfect Shot” tips on balancing your bow; and the incomparable Randy Ulmer teaches proper techniques for shooting at high elevation. Join us as we celebrate eight years of Bowhunter TV!

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  • Mike Rice

    I don't know if Randy's method is the best way to do it, or not, but I can tell you that i was watching the arrow as he was at full draw, and it was absolutely still! THhat has to be pretty important to accuracy.

    Historypapa

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