Warren Womack: A Southern Legend – PP006

Join us this week as we interview the southern whitetail killing legend, Warren Womack.  Warren has been chasing down deer for the past 50 years in the Southern United States and shares a wealth of knowledge with us.  A few of the discussions we have and topics we discuss are scouting, locating food sources, bicycles for hunting, and the importance of physical conditioning.  Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram!  Also, help us reach more amazing listeners like you buy leaving us a 5 star review on your listening platform of choice!  Enjoy!

Chad Holm: An American Bowyer – PP005

In this weeks episode we interview Chad Holm of Holm-Made Traditional bows.  We discuss bow building, Chad’s life as an American bowyer, and traditional bowhunting.  You can visit chad at www.holmmadetraditionalbows.com, on Facebook, or on Instagram.  We appreciate you tuning in!  Visit us on Instagram or Facebook @primitivepursuit.  Please leave us a 5 star review on your listening platform of choice!

Scout Your Heart Out – PP004

Join Aaron and I as we dive into late winter and early spring scouting tactics specific to Whitetail Deer.  We also cover our gear preparations for the 2018 season, our efforts of scouting from a distance for elk in Idaho, and some other fun that this time of year offers a traditional bowhunter.  We appreciate you listening!  Please leave us a 5 star review on your listening platform of choice!  Feed back is welcome! Visit us on Facebook, Instagram, or at http://www.primitivepursuit.com!

Brent Hahn, Valkyrie Archery – PP003

This week we interviewed Brent Hahn of Valkyrie Archery.  Brent is a true Traditional Bowhunter with a passion of making the most effective arrows possible.  His ideas, theories, and proven works have changed the game when it comes to both accuracy and lethality in the archery world.  Follow along as we dive into the importance and practicality of Forward of Center (FOC) arrow weight, it’s effects on large game, and how the mastermind came up with it all.  A link to connect with Brent will be located in our website (www.primitivepursuit.com).  Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and please leave a 5 star review!


Transition to Trad – PP002

In this episode we dive into Aaron’s transition to traditional archery and bowhunting.  We share our current setups, hurdles, and lessons learned.  If you’ve been considering picking up a traditional bow, or have recently switched over, this episode is for you!


Intro Episode – PP001

Join us as we introduce ourselves, our backgrounds, and the future plans for Primitive Pursuit!


The Holm-Made Experience

Sometime around Christmas a good friend of mine, Jay Baldino, and I started planning for an Idaho Elk hunt.  One of my biggest concerns about this hunt was taking my Hoyt Satori.  Though it is a great shooting bow, the idea of backpacking miles into Wilderness chasing down bull elk with an International Limb Fitting (ILF) bow had me feeling uneasy.  The whitetail woods have been fine for me with an ILF bow, having only a few issues with rattling, clicks, or loose screws and bolts.  Knowing that problems only get worse under harsher conditions, I had to make a quick decision in order to get myself ready for this brutal upcoming hunt. Read More

Looks Can’t Kill 

Let me set the scene for you…  It’s a miserably hot late summer day.  I walk into Cabelas, greeted by the smell of roasted cinnamon cashews mixed with the fragrance of new gear.  The air conditioning system hits me like a ton of bricks, immediately taking my mind off of the heat, and back to my purpose for the trip.  I’m on a mission – find fall hunting clothing.

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Recreating Pressure

This past weekend, I was fortunate enough to attend the Traditional Bowhunters Expo.  While planning for this adventure, taking me from my home in Virginia and with a destination of Kalamazoo, Michigan, I was glassing over the flyer nearly every day.  I knew right away that I would be attending the expo, but was tossing around the idea of attending the 3D Shootout that was also taking place.  My fear of failure and potential rejection as a “reputable” hunter was holding me back from allow myself the opportunity.  I decided I would do it, but had no idea what I was in for.

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Judgement Call

Every year I hunt, a familiar voice enters my head.  It taunts me, asking questions and suggesting to do what may be right or wrong.  As the weary whitetail approaches, the voice gets a louder.  Each step the deer takes, striking a hoof to the ground, my mind slips into a deeper, more primitive place.  Read More

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