Luke Caudillo and Santino Castellanos join the podcast to discuss the importance of fieldcraft with Aron and Frank. The new Garmin sight is the point of contention, technology can augment shooting skills, but should never replace tried and true fieldcraft.
Henry Ferguson joins the podcast again…when you carry your bow for your senior picture, you must be serious about Archery. The fellas meant to talk about gear that stands the test of time but end up talking about stiff shafts, gluten free tacos, and plaid shirts.
Aaron Hitchins with Rockhouse Motion joins the podcast to try and help Aaron Snyder not be a dick.
Aaron Hitchins (Excerpt from Rockhouse Motion)
DIRECTOR / PARTNER / BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
Aaron is our token foreign guy, hailing from the distant and mysterious land that most people call Canada. Whether it was the long, cold, isolated winters in the North, or just a byproduct of his Business School Education, Aaron has a rather overactive imagination. While in most avenues of life that would serve as a distraction, Aaron’s bountiful creativity meshes with his corporate vision to create the fire in which brands are forged at Rockhouse.
Phil Mendoza, owner at No Limits Archery, and creator of the Alpha Bowhunting Challenge, re-joins the podcast and recounts harrowing weather conditions with Aron and Frank while sheep hunting. Apologies to the fine folks in Australia and New Zealand…just wait for it.
Phil Mendoza, owner at No Limits Archery, and creator of the Alpha Bowhunting Challenge, joins the podcast and discusses his teaching philosophy with Aron and Frank. This one is all about compound bows.
South Cox’s interest in archery started at the age of five when he found an old wood recurve under a neighbor’s house. Despite having no mentor and growing up in a vegetarian family during his younger years, the instincts of the hunter ran deep. At 16, he shot his first deer with a bow—cementing a lifetime commitment to the sport.
In 2007, with 20 years of professional woodworking experience, South took over Stalker Recurves, reviving a company that had been dormant for the better part of a decade. Combining both of his passions; a profound love of woodworking and archery, he enthusiastically dove into the new venture. His keen eye for detail and diligent work ethic can easily be recognized in the artistic changes, additions and technical advances in the bow lines.