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Reconyx - True Covert Scouting.

by Todd Graf 6. August 2009 22:35
Todd Graf

Lose the glow...

The new Reconyx™ Rapidfire™ Covert Color IR features our exclusive Light Filtering Technology (LFT™) eliminating the tell-tale red glow common to other infrared cameras. An amazing 1/5 second trigger speed coupled with RapidFire™ near-video sequences as fast as 1 frame per second make the RC60 the perfect tool for true covert scouting. With Reconyx™ you will see what you've been missing...

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Rhino Group - Get the most out of your website!

by Todd Graf 6. August 2009 22:28
Todd Graf

At the Rhino Group we specialize in custom website development for the hunting and outdoor industries. As hunters we understand your marketplace and as website developers we understand what goes into making your website successful. With over a decade of experience in this niche market and hundreds of websites in our portfolio, our team has the proven ability to deliver a powerful product that exceeds your expectations.


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Cuflinc Exerciser: Stay in Bowhunting Shape During Offseason

by John Mueller 30. July 2009 05:31
John Mueller

     The Cuflinc is a new exercise device designed for Shoulder Therapy Patients. It's design will make it a perfect offseason workout for the bowhunter looking to keep their strength up while not shooting their bow as regularly as during the season. You could do it while watching TV or sitting in your easy chair. There are 3 models with varying levels of resistance. It could also be used to move up a few pounds of draw weight for the begining bowhunter.

     The Cuflinc's inventor is a retired Occupational Therapist/Shoulder Specialist with over 30 years of experience. 

          You can check out the Cuflink for yourself at .

The Cuflinc is made from a piece of round tubing, shaped into a U with Latex Tubing running thru it to provide the resistance.

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Wisconsin Assembly Passes Bill to Recruit New Hunters

by Todd Graf 20. June 2009 19:57
Todd Graf

(Columbus) – Legislation making it easier for sportsmen to pass their hunting heritage to the next generation cleared another hurdle today as the Wisconsin State Assembly passed it by a voice vote.  Voice votes are usually used on measures deemed uncontroversial. 

Senate Bill 167, sponsored by Sen. Jim Holperin (D-Conover), will allow people 10-year of age and older to hunt with an experienced mentor.  The bill passed the Senate on June 9 by a 27-6 vote.  The measure now awaits the signature of Governor Jim Doyle to become law.

“This is a tremendous step forward for sportsmen in Wisconsin,” stated U.S. Sportsmen’s Alliance president and CEO, Bud Pidgeon.  “Wisconsin sportsmen should applaud the efforts of Representative Ann Hraychuck who authored an identical bill in the Assembly and shepherded this one through her chamber.  We also owe thanks to Representative Scott Gunderson, a champion of this legislation for several years, and, of course, Sen. Holperin and Senate Majority Leader Russ Decker who made this issue a priority.”

Similar laws have been enacted in 28 states since 2005 as part of a program called Families Afield, which was launched by the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF), National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) and the U. S. Sportsmen’s Alliance (USSA). 

“Since the beginning of Families Afield, over 283,000 new hunters have been introduced to the field with a safety rate that even exceeds that of regular hunters,” said George Thornton, CEO of the NWTF.  “Wisconsin has been a priority for our volunteers and we could not be more pleased at the outcome today in the Assembly.” 

Steve Sanetti, NSSF president and CEO added, “The job is not finished.  It is essential that sportsmen and women contact Gov. Doyle to make sure that he recognizes the importance of SB 167 for preserving the outdoor heritage in Wisconsin and signs the bill when it lands on his desk.”

The effort to pass an apprentice hunting bill is supported by the Hunters Rights Coalition Wisconsin Bear Hunters Association, Wisconsin State Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation, Wisconsin chapters of Safari Club International, Wisconsin Waterfowl Association, and the Wisconsin Wildlife Federation.

The U.S. Sportsmen’s Alliance is a national association of sportsmen and sportsmen’s organizations that protects the rights of hunters, anglers and trappers in the courts, legislatures, at the ballot, in Congress and through public education programs.  For more information about the U.S. Sportsmen’s Alliance and its work, call (614) 888-4868 or visit its website,

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Pennsylvania hunters; Licenses on sale now under new system.

by Bow Staff 16. June 2009 05:37
Bow Staff

Pennsylvania hunting licenses on sale under new system.

Harrisburg, Pa. (AP) - Pennsylvania Game Commission officials say a new automated license system will make it easier - and quicker - for hunters to get ready for deer season in 2009.

Hunting and fur-bearer licenses for the 2009-10 seasons are now on sale using the new Pennsylvania Automated License System. Licenses went on sale Monday and are available on the commission's web site, as well as in person at more than 600 locations across the state.

The new system uses the applicant's drivers license to record personal data.

Game commission officials say applications for antlerless deer licenses can now be submitted three weeks earlier. Residents can begin applying on July 13,2009 and nonresidents on July 27, 2009.

License costs are unchanged for this year, but there is a new 70 cent processing fee for each new purchase.

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New Archery Products Hires new VP of Sales & Marketing Manager

by Bow Staff 5. June 2009 02:52
Bow Staff

(Forest Park, IL) New Archery Products announces the hiring of  Brady Arview as their new Vice President of  Sales and Marketing.  Over the last 10 years, Arview has held various management level sales and marketing positions with some of the most highly recognized brands within the hunting and shooting industry. “We are extremely excited to have Brady as part of our team,” states Andy Simo, president of New Archery Products, “ with his vast knowledge in sales and marketing within our industry, as well as his experience in the field, he is sure to be an asset to the growth of this organization.”   With roots deeply planted in Illinois, Arview is a graduate of Southern Illinois University with a degree in Business and Marketing   He is an avid bowhunter and has harvested many Pope & Young animals throughout his lifetime of hunting.  Being from Illinois and growing up in the Golden Triangle for Whitetail deer, you can only guess what his passion is…. bowhunting Whitetails.

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