Hosts of Sportsman Channel’s “The Habit” to Attend 2015 Muzzy Bowfishing Classic

The Habit
The Habit
Muzzy Bowfishing
Muzzy Bowfishing

Cartersville, GA -( Chuck Belmore and Jon Justice, hosts of Sportsman Channel’s new insanely different TV show about hunting and bowfishing, “The Habit,” are scheduled to attend this year’s Muzzy Classic bowfishing tournament, at Lake Guntersville, Ala., April 25 and 26.

Muzzy shooters both on the water and in the field, Belmore and Justice will be on-hand to sign autographs, take photographs and talk with attendees at the Friday night Meet & Greet, April 24 from 4 PM – 8 PM, as well as during the pre-event festivities and send-off on Saturday.

When not chasing big game or arrowing large fish, Belmore and Justice work regular jobs in running a plumbing business and as an asphalt/concrete contractor, respectively. Despite the busy lives they lead, they always find time for those outdoor habits that are a more than a passion but a lifestyle.

Muzzy Classic 2015
Muzzy Classic 2015

A Georgia native, Belmore was the 2011 BAA World Bowfishing Champion and host of the first-ever all-bowfishing show “Ironman Bowfishing.” Justice, also a Georgia native, has been an avid outdoorsman and was the co-host and cameraman for “Ironman Bowfishing.” The two have been friends since high school, and this year, they joined forces with Bass Pro Shop’s John Paul Morris to create “The Habit.”

“All three of us have good habits that should never be broken—like bowfishing and hunting,” said Belmore. “The outdoors is a way of life for all three of us. We work hard for our families so that we can feed these habits.”

“It is an incredible experience that we are able to share these great times, great Muzzy products and incredible experiences with our viewers.”

You can join Belmore and Justice at what will be the biggest Muzzy Classic ever. With a first place cash payout of $10,000, more waters open to fish, up to four-person teams and a huge prize table, this tournament is slated to be one of the largest in the country.

Online registration is open and is highly encouraged. Starting position is given in order of registration. Online registration is open until 72 hours prior to the tournament. Onsite registration will be available the day of the tournament. A total of 78 teams competed last year, so pre-registration is important to securing a good starting position.

For information on the tournament, visit to download the flier, rules and entry form; or email Mark Land at [email protected]

Registration entries also can be mailed to: Muzzy Outdoors, LLC, Attn: Muzzy Classic, 110 Beasley Rd. SW, Cartersville, GA 30120.

About Muzzy

Founded in 1984, Muzzy is the number-one name in fixed-blade broadheads, and it is a pioneer in the art of bowfishing. A division of Feradyne Outdoors, Muzzy is headquartered in Cartersville, GA. For more information on the full line of Muzzy’s fixed-blade broadheads and state-of-the-art bowfishing equipment, contact Muzzy Outdoors, LLC, 110 Beasley Rd., Cartersville, GA 30120; call (770) 387-9300.

For more information, please visit

1 Comment
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Steven L. Ray
Steven L. Ray
6 years ago

Anybody who shoots an armadillo, just to kill something is a jerk and not a good steward of the land. I try to teach all that I hunt with, if your not going to eat don’t kill it. In my book this makes Jon Justice a jerk along with not being a good steward. I will not watch your show ever again!!!