• Taking Brown Bears with Frank Noska

    09/06/2011 Comments (0) Bowhunting

    Editor’s Note: Frank Noska of Wasilla, Alaska, lives just up the road from Sarah Palin, Vice Presidential candidate in the 2008 election, and flies jets for United Parcel Service. He is an assistant guide in Alaska, but admits, “I don’t do any guiding, because I enjoy hunting for myself too much.” His favorite

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  • Adrian Erickson and His Most Scary Elephant Hunt

    09/05/2011 Comments (0) Bowhunting

    Editor’s Note: Adrian Erickson of Osoyoos, British Columbia, Canada, has been shooting PSE bows (http://www.pse-archery.com) for more than 30 years and has taken 43 dangerous animals and 12 elephants with PSE bows in Africa. I took my first trip to Africa in 1988, and to date I have made 37 safaris. I wanted to take

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  • Hunting African Leopards with Tracy Hardy

    09/04/2011 Comments (0) Bowhunting

    Editor’s Note: Tracy Hardy of Tucson, Arizona, has stared death in the face and confronted the challenge of a three mountain lion attack. Today Hardy tells us how through hard work and luck and with his father’s support, he took two African leopards. The First-Chance African Leopard with Hardy’s Bow: On

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  • Taking Polar Bears with Dyrk Eddie

    09/03/2011 Comments (0) Bowhunting

    Editor’s Note: Dyrk Eddie of Kalispell, Montana, is the CEO of Telmon, Inc., and hunts bears and other big game with his PSE (http://pse-archery.com) bow. He and his father were two of the last hunters allowed to take grizzly bears in the lower 48 states. But bears aren’t the only dangerous situations Eddie has

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  • Mike Deschamps Bowhunts Arctic Wolves and Polar Bears

    09/02/2011 Comments (0) Bowhunting

    Editor’s Note: Mike Deschamps from Brooktondale, New York, has been on the PSE (http://pse-archery.com/) Pro Staff since Pete Shepley first started the company. He’s taken most of the 28 big game animals in North America. He’s had great adventures, created wonderful memories and taken some magnificent animals.

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