DIYbowhunter.com Owner is Newest Bass Pro Shops Pro Staffer
There is no doubt that you have all read my writing about going hunting with my friend and DIYbowhunter.com owner Eric Welsh. Well, it has been months in the making, but you can now join me in congratulating him on being named to the Bass Pro Shops Pro Staff!! Eric has worked long and hard to get the word out there about hunting, our youth and being helpful with state laws. Many folks will agree that Eric has helped point them in the right direction and often times taking hunters to certain areas to help get them started. You really don't find that around very often. He's a rare breed.
One of the responsibilities Eric now has is to hold a few seminars at the Rancho Cucamonga Bass Pro Shops. I have been fortunate to work with Eric on a few of his seminars and they are top notch. He'll be holding one this Saturday on the topic of Introduction to Archery at 1pm (times are subject to change).
Compound, Cross, Long, Recurve… we have them all and will be hosting a great Free Seminar on Saturday February 19th at 1pm held upstairs in our Hunting department. For a great seminar and some up front hands on experience join our Bass Pro staff for an afternoon devoted to all you die hard Bow Enthusiasts.
So if you are younger, older, male, female and want to get into the sport of archery, well here's your chance. You'll be able to sit through an hour seminar (there are more seminars being held all day) and after Eric will be around to answer questions. As always, if you have other comments or questions you can leave a comment here or you can swing on over to DIYbowhunter.com and leave a questions where thousands of archers are around to answer questions. It is truly a wealth of knowledge at your finger tips.
Congratulations Eric on a well-deserved spot as a BPS Pro Staff Member! You certainly have worked hard for it and I know I appreciate all of the help you have shown to me out here in Southern California. Well done, my friend, well done!
|Eric at the Big Bear Lake annual Carp Round-up.|