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The Traditional Bowhunting Podcast

A new podcast series brought to you by The Traditional Bowhunter Magazine and the Food Afield Podcast. You can listen to this traditional bowhunting-only series anywhere that podcasts are heard. Or, hit the link below to go to the playlist Traditional Bowhunter's Journey 

Also, please consider subscribing to the Traditional Bowhunter Magazine which has been spreading the word about the tradbow life since 1989! Use the code "foodafield" at the checkout and receive 7 issues for the price of 6. 

A New Podcast Series for the
Traditional Archer

The "Traditional Bowhunter's Journey" is brought to you with the cooperation of the Traditional Bowhunter Magazine. Here at the Food Afield Podcast, we are excited to be teaming up with such a venerable publication. Co-editor, David Tetzlaff, and John dreamed up this project and it came together rather quickly from there. Special thanks to Robin and TJ Conrads and the team at the magazine who believe in what we can accomplish here.  

In each issue of the Traditional Bowhunter, there are articles that speak to those who are just entering the world of traditional archery. In this podcast series, we will talk with those authors and other traditional archery experts, to dive deeper into some of the advice they can give to folks wanting to improve their traditional archery knowledge. 

So, whether you are just starting out, or looking to improve your shooting or bowhunting skills, hearing advice from the experts will certainly help. If you have specific questions, hit the button below and let us know, we'll add it to the queue in an upcoming episode!

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