Be sure to join us as we partner up with Sportsmans Emporium and Tunnel Hill Archery Club to present the first “Kick Off Shoot” of the season. We will have some awesome prizes donated by all of our sponsors plus many more! If you are in the West Virgina area on June 8th, this is definitley an event you want to attend! Badlands Operative Staff member/ Bowtech Pro Staffer and TKO founder Jeremy Myers will be at the event! So dust off that bow and come join us!
When it comes to archery hunting or even target shooting we all look for ways to improve our abilities. For me I have always struggled with hand torque with a bow until recently. I recently put an IQ Bow Sight on my bow and must admit at first I was a little skeptical. Could a sight really change how well I held a group? The answer is yes! Over the years I have shot a variety of different sights and really never increased my accuracy. For the longest time I shot .1o pins due to the fact I could see more of the target and animal. In my mind this gave me a more precise aiming point. So when I got the IQ going up to a .19 pin was a big change. I also noticed that the face of the sight was much larger than i was used to and was closer to my riser. At first it seemed to be just another sight. You still sighted in the same way only this time my small peep was too small for the sight face. So what I did was actually went to a 1/4 peep. (actually they claim once dialed in you don’t even need a peep) Yes that’s a big one but let me finish. So once the peep was in, I now could see the entire sight. Once I dialed in at 20 yards,( the micro adjust makes sighting in a breeze) the same way we all have been taught, I then adjusted the Retina Lock dot and almost instantly saw tighter groups. The sight forces you to hold and look the same way every time. I honestly couldn’t believe it. Just like that I was already getting tighter groups. So I decided to take it to a 3D course to see if there was an improvement. The answer once again was YES! I actually shot better than I have in a long time. Now granted there were some shooter mistakes that had nothing to do with the sight. I would highly suggest you try out an IQ Bow Sight whether you purchase it or go to your local shop and try one out! I bet you make the change…..
Follow along with as Zac Prickett and Jared Hall, take us to Ohio to go on a muzzleloader hunt followed up an early season bow hunt!
I am very pleased to announce that we will now be working with IQ bowsights and GlenDel 3-D targets! Be sure to check out their products and stay tuned for future videos,blogs, and reviews on their great products!!
Pro Staffer Denny Witt heads out in search of an early season doe followed by Denny taking his son on a Pa rifle hunt
If the saying is true that; “simplicity brings a certain beauty to everything it touches.” The new Point Pack, just got groped� No zippers to blow out, no unnecessary B.S. to deal with, this pack is all business. It loads from the top to keep out the elements, it carries sheds like nothing else in the world. All while transferring weight as efficiently as any pack ever built.
|Capacity: 2000 ci||Weight: 3 lbs 8 oz|
|Rifle/Bow: Yes / Yes|
|Bladder Size:||Dimensions: 21″ X 11″ X 12″|
Check out this pack and all the other awesome gear at www.badlandspacks.com
Pro Staffer Zac Prickett and his father set out in search of a big Ohio buck
- Exclusive Patent pending bow string activated linear switch
- For fool proof operation in any conditions
- Long Life Lithium Battery
- Super Bright LEDs for superior illumination
- One Piece Lightweight Construction
- Water and Weather Proof
- Unsurpassed Reliability
Shoot it at dusk, and with 20+ hours of battery life, you can still find your arrow the next day.
Nocks can go straight form the package to the shaft in fully operational condition. No prep work needed. Just insert it, and you are ready to shoot.
Piston driven contact switch ensures L.E.D. illumination every time. Waterproof and shock resistant design is second to none.
Shoot it at dusk, and with 20+ hours of battery life, you can still find your arrow the next day
Be sure to check out the variety of nocks at www.nockturnal.com
I am very PROUD and HONORED to welcome our newest sponsor Badlands! I am also very honored to have made their Pro Staff for this upcoming season! Be sure to take the time to check out all of their *NEW GEAR* and packs on their newly updated website at www.badlandspacks.com . See for your self why Badlands makes the best gear in the industry!!
Please give a big TKO welcome to the *NEWEST* members of Team KnockOut. Jeremiah Voithofer and Dan Orrahood! Also be on the look of for Dan’s son Hunter on some film this year. I am very excited they will be joining us this season . Be sure to check out the website later this week to read up on our new team additions and their bios!
Wild Game Buffet is their best-selling perennial seed blend.
This all-purpose mix takes into account most growing conditions and soil types (sun/shade, wet/dry). It is shade tolerant so it does especially well on trails and small openings within the woods. Contains primarily clovers and some cold hearty alfalfa along with a small percentage of brassicas as a cover crop. These annuals provide protection from over grazing and additional forage during the first season while the perennials become established. As with most all perennial blends you will see your best growth the following seasons due to the plants putting down their roots the first year.
Wild Game Buffet can also be planted with minimal and often no-tilling of the soil as long as the existing vegetation is killed off with a non-selective herbicide such as glyphosate (RoundUp). This planting method is ideal for trails and remote plots or if you do not have access to equipment.
Seeding rate 8-10 lbs/acre. Plant Spring or late Summer. Grows well in both sun and shade.
Contains: Ladino, White Dutch, Medium Red, Mammoth Red, and Alsike clovers, along with alfalfa, forage turnips, forage rape, & Daikon Radish.
Check out all the great products Frigid Forage has at www.frigidforage.com
Pro Staffer Denny Witt and Randy Fisher set out to try and get a double on film during the 2012 Pa spring gobbler season
Bad Medicine Archery specializes in custom arrow wraps. I must say I a, a big fan of these wraps! If you have a logo, saying, image, or vision you want to see placed on your arrow wraps this is the place to go. Bad Medicine Archery makes wraps for some of the biggest names and shows in the hunting industry. Not only can you purchase high quality custom arrow wraps here, you can also purchase a variety of hats, shirts and an awesome bow sling! Be sure to contact Tim Endsley of Bad Medicine Archery to get your own custom wraps! www.badmedicinearchery.com
Well with it winding into the late portion of turkey season for us in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Maryland we have put our new Muck Woody Sport Cool boots to the test. Thus far, the general thoughts on these boots is nothing short of awesome. We have had some days that started off in the mid 30′s and have quickly increased to tempts pushing 70 degrees at times and our feet remained comfortable as ever. I have had several people ask me about these boots and what sets them apart from other rubber boots? The answer is simple, these boots were designed for those of us on the go in warm weather. The boots are light weight, comfortable, cool/breathable, and water proof. Never have I had a pair of RUBBER boots that offered these qualities together. I would compare the feeling to a good pair of running shoes. This has been the first turkey season ever that I havent taken my boots off and not had sweat soaked feet. Too me that speaks volumes. As hunters we push ourselves to go after futher for that bird gobbling at the top of a steep ridge. The last thing you want to worry about is how your boots feel. I really cant say enough about these boots other then you need to get a pair and try them for yourself! So what are you waiting for??!! Go out and get your MUCK on!!
Pro Staffer Jeremy Myers Takes his co worker Jerry Brumley on his first turkey hunt during the 2012 Pa spring gobbler season.