The ATA Talks Butchering with Chicago’s Rob Levitt
What’s different about Rob Levitt’s approach is his creative application of butchering. He’s dedicated to using venison in diverse ways that doesn’t limit the hunter to a bunch of ground meat. He’s also resourceful, using meat cuts many hunters discard.
What Motivates the Healthy, Happy, Hipster Hunter?
Millennial hunters are happy and, perhaps, slightly narcissistic. Many don't wear traditional hunting gear and have no interest in dominance or trophies. They care about fitness, red meat and doing their own thing.
San Francisco Giants Pitcher Says Bowhunting Improves His Game
“Bowhunting helps with baseball for sure because I’m a pitcher and I think my direction from the pitcher’s mound to the plate relates to bowhunting,” Strickland said. “You have to be in a straight line to shoot a bow and pitching is the same way.”
10 Key Elements of Archery Park Design
When considering key design elements, the ATA Archery Park Guide can aid community and/or state officials in infusing archery and bowhunting opportunities in their communities.
Indiana Residents on Target for More Archery
The Archery Trade Association has accepted a donation from White Lodging. The contribution will be used to help support archery programs in Indianapolis and Indiana.
Jeep Broadcasts Archery to Super Bowl 50 Audience
With a massive surge in recreational archery in recent years, Jeep might have latched onto a key target market: About 21.6 million Americans shoot archery, an ATA study found in 2015.