In Episode #16 both Nick and I are recording on location at the Compton Traditional Bowhunter’s Rendezvous in Berrien Springs Michigan. We managed to pull Jerry Brumm away from his booth for about an hour to discuss bowhunting and how he came to form the Great Northern Bowhunting Company. We discussed bowhunting, Great Northern Bows and Quivers and more archery history, the Traditional Bowhunters Expo, the Great Lakes Longbow Invitational and more.
Also this week in the “Passing Down Traditions” segment I have a chat with BHA member Erik Kramer regarding a real threat to the Red Desert to Hoback Mule Deer Migration Corridor. Be sure to contact Wyoming Governor Mead’s office and let them know you oppose the BLM leasing of parcels within the migration corridor by using the form here.
You can also contact by mail or phone using the contact information below:
Governor Mead’s Office:
2323 Carey Ave.
Cheyenne, WY 82002-0010
By Phone or Fax:
- Intro with Steve and Nick, a recap of the Compton’s Traditional Bowhunters Rendezvous
- Introduction to our guest Jerry Brumm of Great Northern Bow Company
- How Jerry got started bowhunting
- The founding of Great Northern Bow Company in 1984
- A little history with Glenn St. Charles
- The Traditional Bowhunter’s Expo
- Passing Down Traditions – Action required, Red Desert to Hoback Mule Deer Migration Corridor
- The Great Northern Quiver
- The starting of the Great Lakes Longbow Invitational
- The Great Northern Gadget Adapter, the “do-all” of traditional bowhunting
- More history as Jerry talks about meeting Glenn St. Charles, Fred Bear and Fred’s father Harry Bear
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Great interview guys. Jerry and Rick were big influences when I got back into Trad Archery.