In this episode, I get to talk with Jessica Taylor Byers of Follow Her Arrow (www.followherarrow.com). Jessica is an awesome person who is using her love of archery and hunting to spread the word of this great pastime to women and children. Jessica has a great website and you can follow her adventures from her website and her social media channels:
Instagram – @followherarrow
Facebook – facebook.com/followherarrow
Twitter – @followherarrow
YouTube – youtube.com/followherarrow
She has two hunting movies done so far, one is Marrow and the other is Grounded. Both are on her Youtube channel and well worth the time to watch.
Enjoy the episode and feel free to reach out to Jessica in any method that works best for you.
In this episode, I talk with Ron Nixon of Broadhead Nation. This is a group dedicated to the promotion of archery hunting around the world. The group is also hunter friendly and welcomes legally harvested trophy pictures of any animals taken by any legal means.
The group is family friendly and with members around the world, you can find a great resource to help you if hunting in any areas that you are not familiar with.
In this episode, I talk with Martin Schindel. Martin and his wife Kelli created the page Michigan Crossbow Hunters on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/groups/1412961368933935/). This group is open to anyone that hunts with any type of weapon anywhere around the world. While the group tries to focus on information relevant to Michigan hunters, anyone is welcome to share their hunting exploits around the world.
In this episode, I chat with Brittany Longoria. She is an accomplished hunter, conservationist, philanthropist and storyteller. Along with her husband, she has hunted all over the world.
Brittany runs her company Rock Environmental, LLC (http://rockenvironmental.com), where she provides philanthropic consulting for nonprofits and donors.
Britt works with a variety of companies and sits on the board for a number of companies like Trinity Oaks in Texas (https://trinityoaks.org).
We also discuss the treatment of female hunters on social media and why there is such an aggressive attitude directed and women hunters online. Britt was the subject of this backlash when a picture of her with a leopard was taken from her Instagram page and used by anti-hunters.
Britt’s Instagram page (https://www.instagram.com/brittlongoria/) is a great place to follow her adventures. Britt is telling her story of hunting and conservation for all to enjoy and show the full hunting story.
I talk with Joshua C Chadd, a professional hunting guide and author. Joshua guides for Majestic Mountain Outfitters (https://www.majesticmountainoutfitters.com). As a guide, Josh helps clients harvest sheep and brown bear in Alaska and a number of different animals in Montana.
When not guiding for big game animals, Josh likes to write fiction books. His website (https://www.joshuacchadd.com) is where you can see his sci-fi and fiction writing. His current set of books, The Brother’s Creed is available and he will have more titles coming in the future.
Follow Josh on his social media pages accesses from his website. Feel free to contact Josh to discuss hunting or writing via his website.
In this episode, I talk with Brad Luttrell, one of the founders of the outdoor app GoWild. GoWild is an application for both the iOS and Android platform that is built by outdoors people for outdoors people. This is an app designed to be used by hunters, fishermen, and anyone else who enjoys outdoor activities. Unlike some of the larger social media platforms that remove hunting or fishing content, GoWild is all-embracing of it as are the people that use it.
Brad also does a podcast called Restless Native and you can access the website www.everrestless.com). When the app was released in 2017, there were articles that interviewed Brad and discussed the application. Here are links to them:
I talk with Bryan Zabitski of TenPoint Crossbows (https://www.tenpointcrossbows.com). Bryan is the Marketing Coordinator and creates lots of great content for the TenPoint Crossbows family of products. Under the TenPoint Family, you have three distinct brands of crossbows. You have TenPoint, Wicked Ridge, and Horton. Bryan covers the history of TenPoint Crossbows and that the company is 25 years old as of 2019.
I talk with Matt Miller of Tryin’ Hard Outdoors (facebook.com/Tryin-Hard-Outdoors). Matt is a professional competitive crossbow shooter. He participates in the Archery Shooters Association (www.asaarchery.com) tournaments held around the United States.
Matt was also at the 2019 ATA show and we talk about some items he saw there and gives us his viewpoint.
Then we just talk about hunting. Matt is an accomplished hunter in addition to a competitive archery shooter. He spends a lot of time guiding and marketing hunts for Collins Low Country Hunting Club (www.collinslowcountryhuntingclub.com).
Talk with Jeff Welch, owner of Drop-Tine Optics (dtooptics.com)and DTO Outdoors. Jeff and co-owner Austin have brought a great line of Optics to the USA with a value price. Their hope is to keep providing quality optics at a price that everyone can afford. With a 30-Day Money Back Guarantee and a Life-Time Warranty, the guys are looking to make a mark in the large optics field here in the United States and Canada.
You can find them on Facebook at @DTOoptics and on Instagram at @dtooptics. Head out, follow this company and get yourself some new amazing optics!