Cellular trail cameras, smartphone-controlled heating elements, ozone machines and automatic range-finding bow sights are just a few examples of recent technology advancements that have flooded the bowhunting world. And you can bet, this technology craze isn’t slowing down anytime soon. Many hunters embrace these advancements and grab hold of the latest and greatest. Other hunters find these new technologies too much, or simply do not believe it fits their hunting style and they self-limit themselves to the ways of old.
Exciting bow hunting and archery news from Bushmen Safaris in South Africa
Bushmen Safaris is excited to head back to Utah in 2019 for The Western Hunting and Conversation Expo (WHCE) in Salt Lake City. One of the main attractions of the Expo is that 200 Utah premium, limited entry, and once-in-a-lifetime trophy hunting tags, valued by the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR) and the two conservation organizations at $1.5 million, will be available to any and all sportsmen by public drawing for $5 per hunt unit application fee to those who apply and then validate their application in person at the Hunting Expo. 5 Utah premium once-in-a-lifetime trophy tags will be made available for non-residents only, including 1 Desert Bighorn Sheep, 1 Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep, 1 Shiras Moose, 1 Mountain Goat and 1 Bison. In addition to the two hundred draw permits, the greatest collection of Governor’s hunting tags and auction permits ever assembled will also be auctioned at special events during the Hunting Expo bringing the certain attendance of additional hunters from many parts of North America.