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Learn what the experts have to say about our innovative technology designed to get you closer to the animals.
HECS® Stealthscreen fans include a wide array of global professionals including hunters, filmmakers, photographers, wildlife enthusiasts, spear fishermen, and wildlife biologists. Getting ultra-close to wildlife and staying safe while doing so is an essential part of their mission — all know the HECS® advantage first hand. They’d all have one question for you: Why aren’t you utilizing HECS® Stealthscreen technology, too? With hundreds of thousands of units sold, HECS® technology is now considered a “must have” technology for anyone who needs to get close and stay undetected by game animals.
“HECS is an amazing product that I’ve used for several years that not only helps me get closer to wild game animals but it helps me put more meat in the freezer.”
John Dudley is a leading professional archery and one of the highest respected archery coaches worldwide. He was introduced to archery over 30 years ago as a way to harvest organic wild game for his family. To better himself as a hunter, John started shooting competitive target archery and then turned Pro in 1997.
Ask ten bowhunters to describe their favorite hunt. Likely every hunter would mention words like challenging, exciting, intense, overwhelming, and humbling…… Bowhunting isn’t all about the trophy or the venison. It’s about challenging ones-self to step outside the box.. to go the extra mile. Securing hunting permission, finding the game, patterning and setting stands, and working to bring the hunt full circle. There’s nothing like pulling all the ingredients together, to watch the target animal commit and walk unsuspectingly into bow range. Weeks of work, now boil down to 30 seconds of intense excitement. Top bowhunters all have their own system for success. Location, preparation, timing, wind, and HECS. When you cover all the bases, the odds go up. Go all in on every hunt… as that next adventure may just turn out to be the best of all.
I have seen some amazing things while wearing one. In my goose-hunting pit, the birds (sparrows, chickadees, wrens) almost feed and land within arms’ reach now. Before, they always kept their distance. They act as if I am not even there. I shot a drake mallard a few days ago...
While hunting for elk in NE Washington, I was calling for elk when a small twig snapped, and I began thinking to myself there was something down in the ravine below me. So I continued calling. A few minutes later another twig snapped. Finally this boar bear appeared at 35...