June / July 2019 Edition.
In This Edition
RATTLING FALLOW BUCKS
Join Dean Dibeler as he rattles, calls and finally arrows a great Fallow Buck with his bow during the 2019 rut.
TWO MONSTER RED STAGS IN 7 DAYS
After a few lean years on the Reds, Souix Archery owner, Graham Cash, gets the drop on not one, but two whopper Red Stags just 7 days apart! Read the trials and tribulations of how Graham bowshot these great 12 and 14 point Stags durning the 2019 roar.
HIGH COUNTRY SAMBAR
The mighty Sambar Stag of the Victorian high country is an incredibly highly sort after animal to be taken with the bow, and in this edition we have two great Sambar success stories by Simon Gillett and Andrew Robertson.
Heath Bidgood had to wait the longest 2mths of his life before finally getting away on some pigs and goats in his school holidays.
VENISON CHILLI DOGS
BDU Magazine wild game chef, Lynn Bain, shows us how to make this amazing camp treat for all the hungry bowhunters!
CHANGING IT UP
Trad Editor, Jack Spinks, explains how a little change up in gear can help you get your bowhunting mojo back! Oh and he also takes a ripper Fallow buck from the 2019 rut as well……we’d expect nothing less from the stickbow master!
MAVEN B-3 BINOCULARS
Huntress Editor, Kimmi Guest, runs us through the ins and outs of Maven’s awesome B-3 binoculars in her great field review where she also takes a nice Fallow deer.
A BETTER WAY TO SHOOT
Shooting with solid back tension may not be the best way to shoot the modern compound bow! Read this great technical article by BDU Editor, Allan Bowman, as he explains how relaxing and letting the bow shoot itself will help give you amazing bowhunting accuracy.
PIG MAYHEM IN WA
Western Australia’s favourite bowhunter, Liam Mills, writes a ripping yarn about his 10 minutes of bowhunting mayhem where he arrows not one, but three pigs in quick succession!