Tag Archives: Archery hunting

Light ‘em Up!

I’ve always been a bowhunter suspicious of equipment change. Not that I don’t embrace technology, it’s just that, over the years, I’ve seen many equipment “improvements” that were supposed to revolutionize the game that, in the end, turned out to be “fake news.” Continue reading Light ‘em Up!

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Rob Neilson Receives SCI Houston’s First Ashby Bowhunting Award

SCI Houston recently held its annual fundraising banquet and enthusiastically announced the first Ashby Bowhunting Award recipient, Rob Neilson from Cypress, Texas. The newly minted award was created by Aaron Schulte of Schulte Bronzes. Continue reading Rob Neilson Receives SCI Houston’s First Ashby Bowhunting Award

Archery World Turkey Slam Before Graduating High School!

This is the Rio Grande Tom that capped Rachel's quest for the archery World Turkey Slam.
This is the Rio Grande Tom that capped Rachel’s quest for the archery World Turkey Slam.

The long beard gradually worked his way back toward the point where he entered the field with his two hens, which had long since wandered away. Responding only to almost constant aggressive cutting, he gradually approached our set up, although moving too far to our right. Suddenly the decoys captured his attention and he headed straight for us. As he reached the decoys 15 yards away, he went into a beautiful full strut, showcasing the spectacular iridescent plumage of the Rio Grande turkey. Continue reading Archery World Turkey Slam Before Graduating High School!