Tag : Archery
Bowhunting Lanai Axis Deer Mahalo Pau Hana for this vid!
Arrow Fletching Hawaiian Style. Here in Hawaii we get plenty of rain, brush and rocks that thrash arrows and fletching on a daily basis. We have found that the following tips will help to get the best performance and durability out of your next dozen arrows. It was in 1991, when two German mountaineers hiking […]
QAD UltraRest | We try a lot of new gear at Bowhunt Hawaii and there is one piece of equipment we are totally sold on, the QAD UltraRest. The newest offering, UltraRest HDX from Quality Archery Designs, is their top of the line model. Its new sleek design and extra versatility won’t let you down […]
Back Tension Release | Clients are always asking how we get such tight groups practicing at longer distances…here is a start, shooting with a Back Tension Release, check it out. THE GRIP Before drawing the bow, position your hand on the grip and start pulling with your release hand to put pressure on the string. […]
Choosing a Broadhead for Hawaii Hunting. Ask 10 Hawaii bowhunters which broadhead they prefer for slaying pigs, Axis deer, goats, or Mouflon sheep and you’re likely to get 10 different answers. And each guy will swear the one he uses is the only one to buy. “I’m telling you man, you don’t want to shoot anything […]
Broadhead Sharpening Made Easy. I don’t know about you but every once in a while I miss. I live in Hawaii so that pretty much means my broadhead (BH) is going to land on a rock, tree or at best in the dirt. That’s not good for the BH and as everyone knows, it is imperative […]
Hawaii Archery Pig Hunt Hawaii Archery Pig Hunt | check out this cool reverse angle
Shane Dorian Bowhunting Hawaii
Hawaii Bow hunting areas open this weekend Pohakuloa Training Area will be open to mammal bow hunting Saturday and Sunday. All hunting areas will be open from 5 a.m.-7 p.m., each day; no early access is permitted. Hunters must check out by 7:30 p.m. each day. Training Areas 1-4 and 9-15 will be open for […]
Big Hawaiian Boar | Our good friend Ralph has been catching a big Hawaiian boar after dark each evening on one of his trailcams. Hope this big boy doesn’t make a mistake by coming out too early!