Powderhook, an innovative hunting and fishing tech company, is looking for top-performing, ambitious and self-starting college students who love to hunt, fish and get outdoors – and want to get real-world marketing, business experience, and learn more about the outdoor industry. As an extern, you will share your outdoor experience and expertise and interact with others to help to introduce people to the active outdoor lifestyle we love and enjoy and, in doing so, help Powderhook grow.
Powderhook externs will be part of a college-based network of externs who will promote, largely through social-media interaction, the Powderhook app and participate in marketing and other events to raise awareness about the app while promoting hunting, fishing and outdoor recreation.
Powderhook is a cutting-edge hunting and fishing tech company dedicated to helping people have better outdoor experiences, through an app that connects outdoor enthusiasts of all walks of life and experience levels. Through Powderhook, outdoorsmen and women can communicate with fellow outdoorsmen and women and ask how-to, where-to, or any other type of questions.
Whether someone is new to the outdoors or an experienced hunter, they can ask their outdoor-related questions on the app and someone in their area or the area they are asking about will help get them on the right track. Are fishing biting on Lake So-and-So; are ducks showing up from the north yet; is ABC Public Hunting Area full of deer; what’s the best bait for crappie in your area; are spring gobblers still henned up – those are the type of questions streaming into the Powderhook App seeking help and advice from local experts.
As a Powderhook extern you will:
As an ambassador of Powderhook, you will interact with other hunters, anglers and outdoors people as the face of the brand. You will be an extension of Powderhook, a person-to-person link between the brand and outdoor users. Keep that in mind as you try to be the best extern you can be.
It’s simple. We want you to share your outdoor experience, expertise, photos, videos, stories and anything else related to the outdoors.
For starters, we want you to:
As part of Powderhook’s Externship Program, your objectives will be to market Powderhook any way you think will reach the most potential users effectively. The main objectives are getting people to download the app, app interactions, increasing brand awareness, and developing content within the app.
To apply for the Powderhook Externship Program go to this link-> https://goo.gl/forms/xTn6SOXAjniweXxv2
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Expecting to spend some time in his treestand, this hunter was surprised to see a black bear had already claimed his stand for the day.
This video shows you can’t predict how wild animals are going to act and that you may have to adjust your hunt because you are in their habitat. This black bear got a lecture on what his role is supposed to be in the woods.
Watch this video as the hunter tries to reason with the bear that took over his treestand.
Video by Jim Burnworth
Did you see the video of Keanu Reeves tearing through a 3-gun course as he trained for filming John Wick 2? After seeing that video many people took interest in competitive shooting. If Keanu can learn to shoot in real life, maybe it’s something we’d all like to learn. Keanu did have an advantage. He was trained by one of the best in the business of competitive shooting.
Keanu was trained by Taran Butler, a 10-time California 3-Gun Champion (and numerous other championships and wins). Simply put, Butler is one of the best shooters and shooting instructors out there. After watching the video of Keanu running through the 3-gun course, BuzzFeed decided they wanted to train like Keanu, so they went out and trained with Butler (tarantacticalinnovations.com).
This video shows the side of guns and gun competitions we all know, but many people don’t. Since it came from such an unlikely source, we wanted to share it with our readers. Appropriately, the most important thing they stressed was safety. Guns aren’t dangerous, if they’re handled with respect. This video shows the sport of competitive shooting in a positive way, a nice change from how firearms are often portrayed by media outlets such as Buzzfeed.
Remington has voluntarily recalled the Remington Model 700 and Model Seven rifles with the XMP triggers, rifles manufactured from May 1, 2006, to April 9, 2014, are subject to this recall. There is a concern that under certain circumstances the rifles could unintentionally discharge. Remington is notifying the public about this recall for consumer safety. Remington investigated this problem and determined that some of the XMP triggers might have excess bonding agent used in the assembly process.
Nature is a wild and dangerous place. This video shows how two deer in the wild have an obstacle they have to overcome and find ways to survive.
Two bucks were fighting and became locked together. They frantically tried to free themselves from their life-threatening antler lock. Coyotes noticed the two bucks in distress and came to the scene and thought that they were going to get an easy meal. The Bucks were able to fend off those coyotes. This attack won’t be the only attack or obstacle that these two bucks will face while they are locked together.
Byron Haldiman’s parents videoed this intense encounter between the bucks and coyotes. He said that “9 days later the deer were seen on the farm again still locked together and drinking from the creek.” Byron attempted to free the deer from each other but could not get close enough to help. The way that the buck’s antlers got locked together was on the side allowing them to “travel almost as well as a single animal.”