ATA 2021 NeDuring this video from the Archery Trade Association's New Product Premiere showcase, Bowhunter's TV Mike Carney visited with Evan Williams, pro staff manager for Hoyt Archery, to learn about the new RX-5, RX-5 Ultra, Ventum and Ventum 33 bows.w Product - Hoyt
Most of these saddle options are offered in kit form with lineman and tree tether ropes plus carabiners, some with MOLLE-attached storage pouches for ropes, aider, drink and accessories.
Sectional sticks are the most popular tree-climbing method among saddle enthusiasts because sticks are safe, effective, easy to use, and you only have to hang three or four of them to reach heights of 17-22 feet if you add a lightweight climbing aider.
The array of ultra-strong, easy-to-use, light and quiet aftermarket stick attachment options has never been more creative and compelling. The noisier, heavier, harder-to-conveniently-wrap-on-your-sticks metal buckle and strap is anathema for today's mobile hunter.
A climbing aider is a device that you use in conjunction with a stick that helps you gain more height per stick, but at the addition of very little weight to the stick setup. An aider can provide one or two more steps per each stick section, thereby greatly increasing height potential when needed and allowing you to carry fewer total sticks to gain a specific height.
We all need a spot to place our feet in life … and even more so when in the saddle. The two options are a platform or ring-of-steps. For longer hunts, platforms are more comfortable and most familiar. Ring-of-steps are lighter and easier to pack for shorter-duration hunts and long hikes.
Go farther, hunt deeper, and trek lighter while enjoying all-day comfort with the newest tree saddle hunting gear and tactics.
The Bowhunter team relives successful past elk hunts with Cross Mountain Outfitters.
Curt Wells travels to Mexico to finish his "Deer Slam" by taking a coues deer.
Curt Wells is in New Mexico hunting elk from his ground blind, where he sees plenty of movement.
Curt Wells is hunting mountain caribou in the Northwest Territories and is entertained by a young grizzly along the way.
Curt Wells can't pass up this opportunity to hunt mountain caribou in the Northwest Territories.
Bowhunter Magazine Editor Curt Wells discovers that hunting for caribou in the MacKenzie Mountains of the Northwest Territories physically a lot like sheep hunting.
Danny Farris, his son Lane, and a family friend are bowhunting turkeys in Nebraska.
Danny Farris faces challenging conditions but a change in tactics leads to pronghorn success.
Danny Farris and Doyle Worbington of J&D Outfitters are hunting turkeys in Colorado.
Bowhunter Assistant Editor Brian Fortenbaugh hunts for a velvet-racked whitetail in Montana. In "Dead On," Randy Ulmer shares advice on verifiers.
Bowhunter Magazine Editor and Show Host Curt Wells uses an unusual tactic to take a last-day bull. In "Moment of Truth," Curt talks proper footwear.
Host Curt Wells chronicles his continuing effort to arrow a giant brown bear in the Alaska wilds.
In his quest to find a nice Alberta moose, Jeff Millar reels a couple of them in, but will he get a shot off?
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