“Like music and art, love of nature is a common language that can transcend political or social boundaries.” –Jimmy Carter"Groovy Outdoors Quote of the Day"
I don’t know how many times while shooting my bow I’ve had a heck of a time pulling the arrow out of the target. Perhaps I’m driving them in deeper with a heavier draw weight (or my Hercules-type strength), or maybe I’m just getting older. Either way I wish I had a rubber arrow puller back then. If you don’t have one of these little gizmos, you’re missing out. It is like when your better…"Rubber Arrow Puller will save you money while target shooting"
Perhaps it is an understatement to claim that many lessons exist for the first time bowhunter. My first year bowhunting for whitetails I complied with every book and article I could find. Practice until you can hit a tin can lid at 30 yards. Wash your clothes in baking soda. Stop using scented body wash. Forget the aftershave. You name it. I did it. I was ready to go on my first bowhunt, but Murphy…"Spinnin’ the Yarn – Bowhunter Lessons Learned"
Bowhunting is the exciting sport that conjures up images of proud Native Americans quietly stalking buffalo on the Western plains, or fighting for their way of life against Yankee aggressors before the American Revolution. Going one-on-one with the American game animals is challenging in itself — but do it armed only with a bow and it’s the ultimate challenge. What does it take to get started in this unique adventure? Not much really, in fact it…"Bowhunting 101"