About Bowhunter TV
Bowhunter TV showcases more action-packed bowhunts and helpful how-to tips than ever before with Hosts Mike Carney and Editor Curt Wells. Mike and Curt set the scene for each episode, and later Mike explains how to get the most out of topnotch equipment being offered by the archery industry’s leading manufacturers in our popular “Tech Talk” segment.
In “Moment of Truth,” Host Curt Wells addresses the various situations all bowhunters eventually deal with as they work hard to get close to game, make the shot, and recover their animal.
Randy Ulmer is about as good as it gets when it comes to pinpoint accuracy and he’s back with his “Dead-On” shooting tip segment.
MEET THE HOSTS
A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Mike Carney cut his bowhunting teeth on burly Buckeye-State whitetails, and he has taken numerous Pope-and-Young-class whitetails across the Midwest. This accomplished stickbow shooter has also matched wits with all sorts of North American game, from antelope and mule deer, to elk and moose, to black bears, wild turkeys, and flying Asian carp, just to name a few. Not only is he an avid bowhunter, but he has chosen to do it the hard way as a traditional archer, hunting with both recurve and longbow. Mike currently keeps watch over big whitetail bucks from his home outside Peoria, Illinois, where he lives with his wife Heidi and his daughter Lauren.
In a bowhunting career spanning 33 years, across 25 states, 10 Canadian provinces/territories and 6 countries, Curt Wells has pursued 24 species of big game exclusively with a bow and arrow.
Curt sold his first magazine article to Bowhunter Magazine in 1985, and was eventually named Equipment Editor in 2003. In 2005, Curt began hunting on camera and writing scripts for Bowhunter TV and was named co-host in 2009. That same year Curt authored his first book, “The Modern Bowhunter — Geared Up!,” and served as Editor of the Pope and Young Club’s “Bowhunting Records of North American Whitetail Deer, Third Edition.” Then, in 2010, Curt was named Editor of Bowhunter Magazine, a position he holds today.
Curt lives in Wahpeton, North Dakota, with his wife, Patti. He has two sons and three grandsons.