Jeff Aulik's  Field Journal
Bio:
Jeff is a Wisconsin native with a passion for archery and bowhunting. He has over three decades of bowhunting experience, and was a professional tournament archer for a number of years, first with Xi bows and then with Mathews.

Jeff has taken numerous Pope and Young whitetails and mule deer, elk, and a Boone and Crocket black bear with archery tackle. He has hunted many states and Canadian provinces. He enjoys the challenge of the chess match of finding and outwitting mature animals.

Jeff also owned and operated an archery pro shop for a number of years in the 90's. During that time he was always modifying and inventing equipment to improve upon its design. In 1996 he swapped some parts on 2 different Xi bows and took the hybrid to the IBO indoor nationals in Shelbyville IL, and won the tournament. Jeff's hybrid bow ended up becoming the Velocity Extreme as a new release in Xi's 1997 bowline.

When dropaway rests were making a comeback in the late 90’s, Jeff modified his Schaffer rest into a true drop away, and then modified hundreds of them for his customers until Schaffer started offering the drop kit for his rests.

“I’m always looking for ways to improve designs to fit my own personal needs” says Jeff.

His most recent invention is the popular “Wolf Jaws” bowholder sold by Lone Wolf Portable Treestands. It allows the newer designs of todays compounds to fit into the built-in bowholder of their stands.

In 2001 Jeff decided to get involved in the hunting clothing industry when he purchased Gray Wolf Woolens and began designing and producing quality custom made hunting clothing. He designed his own camouflage pattern called Intrusion camo which he offers in his popular Wolfskin material.

Jeff enjoys all aspects of the hunt including shed hunting, scouting, trail cams, and utilizing GPS and mapping programs to find new prospects.

His experience and knowledge in archery and bowhunting make him a welcome member to our Field Journal community.

3rd, 4th, and 5th days of the bear hunt -09/09/2008
Bear Blog Day 3   Day 3 was a beautiful day. Little warmer, overcast, virtually no wind compared to the first 2 days. After a run to town for Country Kitchen brunch the hunters showered ...
2nd Day of Wisconsin Bear Hunting -09/08/2008
The wind had switched a little bit more out of the east. It was swirling around and a little bit stronger than the day before. It was cooler, damp, and overcast all day. The bear were definitely a li ...
First Day of Bear Hunting -09/05/2008
Well we got all the guys out about mid morning on the first day.      Leon getting his safety belt adjusted     After some final discussions as to where to go and what to ...
On the Eve of Bear Hunting -09/04/2008
On the eve before our first bear hunt of the year! The guys arrived to camp today. Unpacked their gear, relaxed a little. We checked the baits and got them ready. Hopefully the “last meal” fo ...
Bear Hunt 2008 -09/01/2008
A few years ago my dad Jerry and I, in an effort to reduce the skyrocketing bear population on our property decided to offer guided bear hunts. Over the years we have helped a number of hunters on su ...

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