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Bio: Mike is a lifelong bowhunter and self described “science geek” who has over 50 years experience bowhunting big game animals all over the world. Mikes passion is hunting elk and he has taken 48 elk with a bow to date. Mike has taken 31 big game species with a bow worldwide and counting. Besides being a bowhunting fanatic Mike is also a recognized inventor who is always looking to new innovation to help him become more successful in the field. With 11 patents and involvement in countless outside projects within the hunting industry Mike has a reputation as a innovative problem solver in his 30 year career in the hunting industry.
With more than 180,000 hunters who go afield in search of deer every year, there’s no question that white-tailed deer are the #1 most hunted game in Alabama. There’s even more to the Alabama hunting season than the coveted white-tailed deer — feral hogs, alligators, and various small game can also be harvested here. However, before
North Carolina is home to breathtaking, one-of-a-kind geography, from lofty ridges to deep gorges, pristine waterfalls, sunny islands, rivers, streams, and mountains. So it is no surprise that North Carolina is much praised for its scenic landscapes — and massive hunting trails. Because of its abundant wildlife, the state is a top hunting location for
Kentucky is known for many things: Its lush natural landscapes, abundant streams, and of course, its long-lasting hunting seasons spanning different types of game. Kentucky is a prime hunting destination if you want to hunt for small or big game like quail, rabbit, deer, elk, bear, and turkey, whether with a rifle, bow, or muzzleloader.
With more than 340,000 acres of state-owned game areas, national forest land, and private lands with public access, Michigan is a virtual playground for hunters. With low license costs and a high deer population, hunting in the Great Lakes State is an experience unlike any other. The state has a variety of open seasons for
The Natural State is well-known for its outdoor adventures, including some fantastic hunting opportunities. With over one million deer roaming the state, Arkansas is a popular deer hunting destination. Residents and nonresidents take over 200,000 deer annually with firearms and archery equipment. There are archery, muzzleloader, and modern gun deer seasons every year, as well
Deer hunting is a big sport in Minnesota. In 2021, roughly half a million archery, firearm, and muzzleloader hunters braved the cold and brought home close to 200,000 trophies. But there’s more to Minnesota’s hunting seasons than just deer. Wild turkeys, bobcats, and bears are available game if you hold the proper permits during their
When it comes to hunting in the midwest, Missouri is an underrated treasure — the state offers beautiful scenery and big game to hunt during hunting season, including 1.3 million white-tailed deer. Whether you’re looking to bag a buck to mount or enjoy delicious venison, you can find the perfect deer in Missouri’s forests. If
Every year, approximately 553,000 people suit up in their best hunting gear and head out to punch a tag in the vast fields of Ohio. The state has an excellent hunting season, with some counties allowing hunters to harvest four antlerless deer! So whether you’re hoping to take home a white-tailed deer or participate in
Everything is bigger in Texas — including the variety of hunting seasons and harvesting opportunities! Outdoorsmen can tag up to five deer, aim at an alligator, or hunt for javelina in the vast open fields, the thick brush, or the vast hardwood forests of the Lone Star state. Texas welcomes hunters from around the country
Every year, deer hunters flock to Wisconsin to participate in the hunting season. If this is your first year hunting in the state, you’re in for a treat! On average, approximately 300,000 does and bucks are harvested during Wisconsin’s open season. With over seven million acres of public land to traverse, outdoorsmen can find their