Zebra Publishing Founder and Publisher Sherry Krenz accepts the Fred Bear Award on Bill Krenz's behalf at the Outtech Innovations event preceding the 2012 Archery Trade Association Trade Show in Columbus, Ohio.
Jan. 9, 2012, Columbus, Ohio--The Fred Bear Archery and Bowhunting Communicator Award, created by the Professional Outdoor Media Association (POMA), recognizes outdoor journalists who make significant contributions to the sports of archery and bowhunting, excel at their journalistic craft and mentor up-and-coming outdoor journalists.
A Passion for Saving Lives
By Michaelean Pike
Spend just a few minutes speaking with anyone from Hunter Safety System, and it quickly becomes apparent that the company’s motto—“Dedicated to Saving Hunter’s Lives”—isn’t just a feel-good tagline. The people behind Hunter Safety System, which celebrates its tenth anniversary this year, genuinely care about preventing treestand accidents and ensuring that every hunter who climbs into a treestand returns safely to the ground.
By Brian Strickland
I was nearly 12,000 feet above sea level, trying to dig my long, boney fingers into any crevice the nearly 65-degree rock face would offer, when it hit me like a stiff headwind: I really wasn’t prepared for this hunt. As much as my male bowhunting ego hated to admit it, I wasn't physically, mentally or emotionally ready to handle such an extreme hunt. That’s a tough thing to admit on many levels, and it was especially difficult when I was faced with a 40-foot free fall into what would be a bone-busting rockslide.
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