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the sport of shooting arrows with a bow

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I guarantee you will experience a heart-pounding sense of gratification when you see the smile on the face of a successful young bowhunter.
After years of being in the game, a good guide can recognize whether a bowhunter is an effective predator.
Data collected from Hunter-Survey and ShooterSurvey show the majority of bowhunters are 24-to 31-years-old and represent 31 percent of participants.
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For example, when a young bowhunter tells me the story of arrowing his first deer, the excitement in his words is just as intense as it is in those of a veteran bowhunter taking a big whitetail buck he's been after for three years.
As a subscriber arid very interested reader of BOWHUNTING, I have for some time now wondered if you and the regular USA bowhunters are aware how very different we as hunters are here in Australia, including the animals we are allowed to hunt.
DEC initiated the Bowhunter Sighting Log to help monitor wildlife population trends.
BURBANK - Despite an impassioned plea by a dozen bowhunters, the City Council has banned the use of the weapon in the Verdugo Mountains, citing safety concerns.
If you're the adventurous type, the red stags in New Zealand are roaring in April, brown bears are emerging from hibernation, wild hogs need management, and Africa offers countless spring options to the bowhunter.
Many bowhunters overemphasize the difference between light and heavy hunting arrows.
By that I mean the accomplishments of, and the words written by, these men tunneled deep into the hearts and minds of readers and unearthed the bowhunter within.
But with this 45th Anniversary issue of Bowhunter Magazine comes my 45th year with the magazine, and it has been a wonderful ride.
Actually, Bowhunter was the first all-bowhunting magazine to be distributed internationally, unveiled only after more than a full year of preparation and planning by James and his original business partners and cofounders--Don Clark, Bob Schisler, and Steve Doucette.
Bowhunter has always been your source for bowhunting adventure, tactics, and destinations, with the ultimate goal of helping you become the most complete bowhunter you can be.