Beka Garris

Beka Garris
Beka Garris is a wife, mom and traditional bowhunter living in Southern Ohio. When not hunting, she enjoys shooting, bowfishing, gardening and cooking.
Latest Articles
Bowhunting: How Far Can Shoot, Or How Close Can You Get?
Bowhunting: How Far Can You Shoot, or How Close Can You Get?

Are bowhunters losing the intimacy of close range encounters? Is bowhunting about how far you can shoot, or how close you can get?

Pros And Cons Of Hunting With Your Spouse
Pros and Cons of Hunting With Your Spouse

Do you really want your spouse to hunt with you? Here's a look at the pros and cons of hunting with your spouse.

Where The Outlaws Live
Are Poaching Fines Cheaper Than an Outfitter?

Some poaching stories make you wonder if poaching fines are cheaper than an outfitter. Did these hunters get off too easy?

Why Are Poison Tipped Arrows Still Legal In This State?
Why Are Poison Tipped Arrows Still Legal in This State?

For the most part, the days of bowhunters using poison tipped arrows are gone. But why are poison tipped arrows still legal in this state?

The Best Underrated Traditional Bows To Consider This Year
The Best Traditional Bows for 2023

Thinking about trying a trad bow for next season? Here's a look at some of the best traditional bows for 2023.

How To Deal With Anti Hunters: What Do You Say?
How to Deal with Anti-Hunters: What Do You Say?

Hunters are often quick to hate on anti-hunters when confrontation arises. But how should you deal with ant-hunters? What should you say?

The Latest Isn't Always The Greatest
The Latest Isn’t Always the Greatest

The latest isn't always the greatest when it comes to new gear. The gear you're familiar with can bring continued success and confidence.

Best Broadheads And Tips For Bowhunting Small Game
Best Broadheads and Tips for Bowhunting Small Game

Bowhunting small game is a sporty way to get through the winter months. Here's a look at the best broadheads and tips for bowhunting small game.

Why Traditional Bowhunting Will Never Die
Why Traditional Bowhunting Will Never Die

Passing on the love of bowhunting with a stick and string to next generation is the reason why traditional bowhunting will never die.