Chad and Marsha Schearer have spent the past several years hunting with a muzzleloader around the world. They have featured their muzzleloader hunts on their television show. With special record book categories and expanded seasons, modern muzzleloader hunters have more opportunities than ever before. This seminar will showcase beginner to advanced techniques.
Dave Holt, author of Balanced Bowhunting and Balanced Bowhunting II, presents a new must-see seminar for bowhunters and shooters of all skill levels. He is also one of the world’s most respected technical writers on this topic. Dave is an advanced certified archery coach with more than 50 years of competitive archery, bowhunting and testing experience, and consistently proves that solid shooting skills are a huge advantage in the field.
This fascinating but easy-to-understand seminar covers the basics and shares many secrets you may never hear from the pros. Dave will discuss bow fit, shooting form, bow tuning, broadhead accuracy, release styles, arrow velocity, aiming, target panic, shot placement, the mental game and much more.
If you want to improve your bow shooting skills and knowledge, don’t miss this one-of-a-kind seminar.
Your health and safety in the wilderness depend on employing the right knowledge and equipment. You can’t call 911 when you’re in a remote location or in another country, but you can stack the odds in your favor with good preparation, prevention and planning.
In this seminar, you’ll learn how to build your own first aid kit and gain practical information that could not only save you a lot of trouble, but could possibly save a life.
Lt. Nores and Warden Karnow conduct a PowerPoint presentation and discussion based on the content of Lt. Nores’s book, “War in the Woods,” highlighting the public safety dangers and wildlife resource destruction related to Drug Trafficking Organization (DTO) marijuana cultivation throughout America’s public and private hunting lands.
The team presents the benefits to sportsmen and conservation officers across the country. Learn how this dynamic team helps stop the poisoning of pristine waterways and the destruction of wildlife habitat while also focusing on the assistance to the conservation community by protecting these resources for the general public, as well as for current and future generation of hunters.
Lt. Nores and Warden Karnow also discuss the California Game Warden reality TV show, National Geographic Channel’s “Wild Justice,” (now airing in its second of four seasons). They show a diversity of segments from the latest episodes of the show, and give a behind-the-scenes account of the challenges and dynamics of working with film crews to make the first game warden reality TV series for public viewing worldwide.