So what new product interests you the most?

Discussion in '2014 ATA Show Coverage' started by Fitz, Jan 7, 2014.

  1. iHunt

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    I better get some royalties for that iHunt safety thing :lol:
     
  2. Jake/PA

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    Most interest would be; Ultimate Anatomy Organ Buck, Axion Limb Damper, Tree Spider iHunt, Hooyman pruners, Tenzing TP14 Turkey Pack, Fang release, Sitka ESW jacket, Sitka Blizzard Suit, EZ Kut Sling Pak, Big shot target, muddy camera arm.

    And couple things not a fan of at all; Lone wolf stand and Booner buck target.
     
  3. Heckler

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    Here is my short list:

    Moultrie Cameras
    Tenzing Outdoors Turkey Pack
    Skull Hooker Bone Bracket
    GamePlan Gear Long Haul Blind Carrier
    Stic-n-Pic Trail Camera Mounts
    Hunter Safety System UltraLite Flex
    Lacrosse Aerohead Boot - Already have these but I want a pair in 7MM.
    Clean-Shot Nockout Lighted Nock
    Muddy Outdoors Pro Camera Arm
    Change Up Hunting Chair
     
  4. TAuth41

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    What cameras do you currently run?
     
  5. SharpEyeSam

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    The Blind Webb, Covert MP8 Black and Magnus Broadheads
     
  6. Heckler

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    Covert
     
  7. trial153

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    The Reaper Hybrid broad head would be interesting if it wasn't just a copy of a gravedigger....
     
  8. HoytHunter831

    HoytHunter831 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    No one knows the price on the Stic-N-Pic yet? I'm guessing 20-30? That big shot target iv thing looks insane!!!!
     
  9. Rucker61

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    Bowtech and Sitka 90% pants with improved windproofing.
     
  10. MnHunterr

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    I'm really intrigued by the new Solid Broadheads.

    $80 for 3 but they are guarenteed for life, claim to be the sharpest on the market, and are made of high grade steel.
     
  11. grnhd

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    What new apex 1 pin sight? More info please?
     
  12. Heckler

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    I'm even more interested in the Change Up Chair now that I have seen the video. Only thing that is concerning is the weight and cost. When I guy says we aren't the lightest chair on the market and then doesn't tell you what it weighs it throws up red flags. If it is so heavy that I have to haul it out in the field with the pickup how much of a vlaue is it that its pack-able.

    The tactacam stabilizer / video camera looks good. I had this one on my list from the Mathews show. I will let someone else review it before I consider it. :)
     
  13. Dunn County

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    I will be looking into the Thermacell heated insoles more as I was planning to buy a pair already anyway.
     
  14. Heckler

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    I think you will be disappointment. :(
     
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    The new muzzy phantoms.they look sick and i always have good luck with deer cane so that deer cane spray
     
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    The "Big Shot" tv now I can bow-hunt from the couch (All) year. :)
     
  17. Trevor Olson

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    My favorite things from this years ATA show...

    Stic N Pic Mini mount for around $25 from what I hear. Going to a big seller for them and should be!
    Lone Wolf Alpha Tech F1. For those who want every feature on the Lone Wolf besides the cast platform for around $250 or less.
    Tenzing 721 hunting pack. It has 3 heater pockets, cell phone pocket that allows you to operate while in the pocket, hand muffs, and specific pockets perfect your basic hunting gear. It was designed to keep on while hunting.
    Tenzing TP14. Designed as a turkey vest with stability poles so you wont need to perch by a tree. I see this pack being used not only turkey hunting!
    Mathews ArrowWeb CT series quiver and the New Archery Products Apache Quivers
    Stealth Cam! Boom they really stepped up to the plate with this years lineup. GSM change manufacturing facilities with the new G42NG and the G30 cameras. I really liked the photos that I saw there at the show and what is being posted on the Stealth Cam facebook page. The wider view, super clear image, extended 100ft range, and advertised full season battery life. Priced under $200
    Ultimate Anatomy Organ Buck. A friend of mine helped in the process of this. Not entirely sure where this technology will go, but I overheard they may want to market to archery/hunting clubs, pro shops, hunters safety classes ect. The creator of the UAOB does some work with Rinehart and molds taxidermy forms. Who knows, maybe we will see this become an instructional archery target down the road.
    Hunters Safety System revamped their entire lineup. These guys do safety and they are the BEST at it as well as making comfort and looks a priority so maybe more hunters will wear them. I really liked the lil' treestalker!
    Game Plan Long Haul Blind Carrier and The Game Plan Double Drop pack. Great prices and simple yet tough.
    I caught wind of the Ihunt on the way home from Nashville. This technology needed to be here years ago. Great work ScentBlocker/Tree Spider

    These are my picks after seeing them first hand. One thing that caught some buzz was the new Cuddeback cameras. What I don't understand is why 20 megapixels? My DSLR isn't even 20mp! My guess is they wanted to turn heads and seems that they have. Better have a 16gb-32gb sd card, your 2,4, or 8gb sd cards will fill up in a hurry.
     
  18. BJE80

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    I didn't really see anything that was must have.
     
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