Read any good Bow Books lately? Here's the spot to talk about it.
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George is the real thing, from Pa. Lots of first hand hunting stories. His books can be purchased on amazon. I grew up and hunted in come of the same county's as he does.
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Dad wouldn't let me hunt deer until I read "Shots at Whitetails" by Lawrence Koller, probably written in the 1940's or 1950's (1948). The area is the Catskills in upstate NY where I hunted as a young person and later lived and worked while going to school.and then brought back again One thing that was written of was still hunting. Dad was really good at it. He slipped up on me more than once. Here in Central Illinois, it's mostly stand hunting, but years ago, from time to time, I would practice still hunting. There is an intensity about it that is also serenely peaceful.
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In addition to my favorites that I've already mentioned on this site hunting the Osage bow and the witchery of archery. My wife just bought me traditional bow hunting by clay hayes for my birthday very excited
Nothing clears a troubled mind like shooting a bow.