We've teamed up with The Hunting Public, Trophy Ridge, SIK Broadheads, and onX Hunt to give one lucky winner the ULTIMATE PRESEASON BOWHUNTING BUNDLE. The grand prize winner will receive one of the first Hunting Public ADAPT bows by Bear Archery. The ADAPT is an all-new single cam, 32" axle-to-axle, 6.5" brace height bow that was a joint venture between Bear Archery and the The Hunting Public. The ADAPT features an accommodating 80% let off and fits bowhunters with draw lengths from 24-31". This bow features a new Bear Paw insulated grip - Bear's most comfortable and ergonomic bow grip to date. With speeds up to 320 FPS, a rock-solid back wall from the limb stop, and the smoothest draw cycle on the market, the ADAPT is perfect for chasing any size game.
In addition to this falls soon to be hottest bow, we are hooking the winner up with all of the Trophy Ridge accessories Zach, Greg, Aaron, Ted, Jake, and Hayden use with their setup. Our friends at onX Maps have also donated a (12) month free Elite membership to help you navigate the field like a pro.
And last but not least, if you're using the tools The Hunting Public crew swears by it probably makes sense to have a little swag that their team wears too. So, The Hunting Public is donating a complete swag bundle to complete this preseason giveaway.
Appreciate the opportunity to win a great kit. Thanks guys!James Justus
I started hunting in the 60s with traditional bear bows, over the years I used Bear and Damon Howat bows in heavy draw weights to take many big game animals. in the late eighties I went to compounds for competition shooting and shoot every make imaginable. settling on elite.
I needed a backup hunting bow a few years ago and purchased a Bear encounter. I was amazed at the quality and finish on this inexpensive offering from and relegated my expensive hunting bow to my backup. my next hunting bow will be a Bear archery product
Bear Whitetail ll.
My best hunting buddy shot a left handed one and man could he shoot that bow. It was all and everything described here with this new " Adapt" bow. So smooth and quiet. I have to say I was a little jealous, even with the price. My PSE was nice but it was at least $200 more. I’ll be taking a first hand look at this new bow. Time to Adapt.
My first bow was a recurve and I believe it was a bear. My second bow was a black bear compound back in the seventies. My third bow was a whitetail too which I still have. I’d love to go back to bear. Lots of memoriesMark Nuttall