Little Known Ways Regarding Outdoors And Archery Equipments -- Worthwhile Ideas

By: Nathan Knightley

When I first met my husband he told me that he was a hunter. He loves hunting waterfowl, upland birds and other game. His dog was a Labrador retriever and he trained him a lot. As we started seeing more of each other I began to learn how to train dogs and realised that I have a natural ability to work with animals. We had been dating for several months when he mentioned that he was going to be going deer hunting. I questioned this since deer hunting season was still a couple of months away. He told me that he was into archery hunting and that the period began two months earlier than the gun season. I knew about archery hunting, but I never knew someone that was practicing it. I was about to enter into a entire new world of hunting.

I did not see him get ready for hunting during the year we were dating. I just noticed that We did not spend as much time together on the weekends since he was out hunting. I discovered the preparation that goes into bow hunting once we were married. To begin with the clothing is entirely camouflage. My husband is very insistent that the clothing be cleaned without detergents and it needed to hang outside for a few days so there would be no household odors on it. The need for this is that with archery hunting you need to get really close to the animal that you will shoot. Next, he practiced shooting arrows into a big target that was shaped like a deer. This step was to improve his accuracy at various distances. Also he placed a portable bench in a tree so that he can quietly sit and hope for a deer to walk close enough to be shot. He told me that there (exists|is} a procedure called still hunting in which the hunter is on the ground, but when there are still many leaves on the trees in the early season, the tree stand is a much preferable technique of hunting.

I was really surprised at the amount of time to prepare and the strength that is required to pull back the strings on the bow. Through the years I have come to admire archery hunting and the persons that do it. It is much more of a sport that using a rifle to shoot a deer. The animal needs to be close and the shot needs to be really defined. My husband has shot a few deer and two black bears with his bow. It is more work and more time consuming, but it is a sport that he enjoys.

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