I made a single barred owl hoot with my voice and not one but two gobblers responded from their roosts. These gobbles allowed me to know without doubt exactly where these toms were for our round the next morning.
I’ll never forget the anticipation I felt while packing to fly on my first out-of-state bowhunting trip. I thought I was going to wear out You Tube looking for videos on the best way to safely, and legally, fly bowhunting equipment without setting off any alarms or being added to a watch list. I was thankful when I found out the truth of how these items are handled. As long as I remembered some basic principles, I had very little to worry about.
What if there was a way that you could bow hunt all spring and summer, gain access to new whitetail properties, and help your local farmer? Groundhogs may be the ticket!
I love the feeling of the first warm days of early spring. It not only means I can get out myself, but it means the conditions become bearable for me to get my kids out with me.
What turned my thinking around wasn’t pulling myself up by my own boot straps and deleting Facebook off my phone. I needed to have my mind renewed by God’s word. Picking a spot on a target is just the beginning of a good shot.
There can be no bigger or more momentous date in our quests for self than the day you make a decision to begin living for Christ and surrender your life to Him.
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I am a bowhunter, and I want to continue improving as a bowhunter, because every time I squeeze the trigger on my release, what comes from the bow is more than an arrow. That arrow carries with it so many of the worries and concerns, the cloudiness and confusion that my mind and body try to stuff away.
Excellent shooting in hunting has five elements. Working on improving these things will make you more efficient and safe in the field.