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Episode 11: Lew Webb

Episode 11: Lew Webb

This week, we are joined by avid bowhunter, Lew Webb. Lew began shooting a bow when he was just 7 years old and has been hunting ever since, which was 51 years ago. Lew talks about how the wilderness effects him spiritually and shares a few stories from his childhood and also an epic sheep hunt adventure in Idaho.

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Episode 09: Bob Delaney

Episode 09: Bob Delaney

This week's guest, Bob Delaney, found his love for archery at the age of 11 but did not become a serious bowhunter until he was 58. He is now an avid archer at the age of 80 and is a board member of S3DA (Scholastic 3D Archery), USAA Archery Level II Instructor and the Trust Officer for the Pope & Young Club. Bob talks about his involvement with S3DA, tells an amazing story of hunting Cape buffalo in Africa and talks about the importance of safety in bowhunting.

Episode 08: Larry Jones

Episode 08: Larry Jones

This week we sit down with longtime outdoorsman, wildlife videographer and writer Larry Jones. Larry has been an avid bowhunter since 1961 and has had the opportunity to hunt and film all over the world. He is a Bowhunters Hall of Fame inductee and has an Alaskan moose ranked in the top 10 in the Pope and Young record books. Larry shares some of his adventures including his first hunt in Africa, his encounter with a rooster as a child and a trip to Kodiak island with his son where their campsite was flooded and he lost $15,000 of camera gear.