Texas Hunting Information http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/huntwild/hunt/season/
New Mexico Hunting Information www.wildlife.state.nm.us
Colorado Hunting Information http://wildlife.state.co.us/HUNTING/Pages/Hunting.aspx
DATE: Sunday March 10, 2013
LOCATION: Yukon, OK
The community of Piedmont Oklahoma's annual charity event
DATE: Saturday April 13, 2013
LOCATION: Hampton, AR
There will be a meet and greet with Si.
DATE: Saturday April 27, 2013
LOCATION: Henderson, TX
You will not want to miss out on this incredible opportunity to spend time with your family. The evening's main event will feature Jase Robertson along with his wife Missy and their three children.
DATE: Saturday July 20, 2013
LOCATION: Conway, AR
The 3rd annual Arkansas Outdoors Expo is back July 20 and 21 at the Conway Expo Center in Conway! This year's show will feature a meet and greet and autograph session with Uncle Si Robertson from A&E'
I.B.O. Tournaments Schedule
Trophy Ridge Cypher Sight- (06/14/2012) As all of my friends know, I have always used a single pin sight on all of my bows. I find them more precise and the sight picture for me is perfect. But, I found a great deal on one of the New Trophy Ridge Cypher 3 sights and had to try it.
Right out of the package, I was impressed by the feel and weight of the Cypher. The Ballistix Copolymer that they use actually has a satin feel to it. The sight is easy to install as are most hunting sights. The sight comes with all hardware needed and also a rheostat light for low light hunting. After installing and changing out my peep sight to a 1/4" peep (which is recommended on the packaging), it was time to shoot. Right away I noticed the weight of the sight made a big difference on the bow compared to the weight of other 3 pin sights. WAY LIGHTER! The tool-less adjustment also made it very quick to adjust the top (20 yard) pin. (The pins are also adjustable via Hex Key for fine tuning). As in all of Trophy Ridge Sights, the brightness and clarity of the all metal pins is outstanding! The large fiber optic ring gathers light perfectly and the glow ring alows for great sight picture and alignment. The sight level is also easy to see and align. After 20 arrows fired at 20 yards, I concluded this would be a great sight for a mulitipin bowhunter to use. Just the ease of set up and the weight make the Cypher series a great buy. Not enough to make me switch to shooting a multi, lol, but I would recommend this sight to anyone who uses one.
TruGlo Versa Peep- (05/07/2012) I happened to spot this new peep sight from TruGlo on the shelf as I was browsing at a local outdoor store. The TruGlo company has always caught my eye with their ability to market new products and with their design. So, I purchased one of these peep sights to try out just out of curiosity and not because I was unhappy with my Meta peep.
The Versa Peep is a really great piece of gear. It is a standard 1/4" peep but that is just the begining! With three different colored inserts, (Black, Red or Flo Green), you can change the aperature from 1/4" to either 1/8", 5/32" or 3/16" via the inserts. Thats 12 peep sights! The peep itself is lightweight aluminum and the inserts are weather resistant rubber. The insert tool makes the inserts very easy to change and it is a snap to change them while the main peep (1/4") is served into your bow string.
So, minus the cool looks and the ease of installation, time to shoot! I fired 30 arrows through my Bear Carnage (#71) and the peep stayed right in place! I was weary the insert would fly out but...Nope! Perfect! And... as in most TruGlo products, brightness was outstanding.
With a price of $14.99, this peep is a geat addition to your arsenal and could easily be the next "Big" thing in peep sights.
Rig'Em Right Blind Bag-(02/10/2013) I needed a new blind bag for the upcoming Texas waterfowl season and I browsed at several different types. The Rig'em Right caught my eye from the begining. With plenty of pockets and pouches, and even a sunglass holder, the bag just fit my style.
I purchased the medium sized bag and was anxious to see how it would hold up. Expecting the best because of the excellent quality of their decoy rig's, I was not let down! These bags will take a beating and not one thing inside was ever wet from the rain, snow or around the lakes. I kept the bag in my Jeep the entire season and when the seasons all ended, it was in great shape. The 3 waterproof clear pouches inside are great for all types of License or other valuables. There are 3 compartments inside the Medium bag that hold 3 standard boxes of shells. The other 2 large compartments hold all of your calls, lanyards etc and there are plenty of zippered and sealed pouches on the outside of the bag for all of your equipment ie, camo make-up, decoy string, knives, flaslights etc.
All in all, this is a great buy and you can not loose with a price of $59.99. So if you are looking for a great Blind Bag for next season, check out the Rig'Em Right Bags in either medium are large. You will not be disappointed!