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A lot of people begin hunting using a rifle, but as your skills evolve, new skills are always being rediscovered to optimize the challenge of hunting. A lot of times, you will turn to bow hunting. However it is not something simple to do. You cannot just pick up a bow and start off on your journey, there is a learning point to bow hunting. You should think ahead if this is something you’re interested in doing, here are some tips to get you on your way to becoming a great bow hunter.

I’d be remiss if I didn’t begin this review with a caveat: my family, for four generations now, has rifle and bow hunted the Northern Maine woods. No, to preempt the questions from most of you “Flatlanders” and “People from ‘Away,’” I’m not talking about the woods outside of Portland. I mean real Northern Maine, specifically the northeast side of Moosehead Lake, about four hours north of the border. (I know that my fellow Mainers from even further north will chide me here, but I hope they’ll understand nonetheless.)

I’m betting that my wife would have loved for me to get a Songbird Clear a long time ago. It seems that when I have it in my ear I have no choice but to listen to what she has to say–mostly because it sounds like she’s standing six inches away from me when she talks.

To Crossbow or Not to Crossbow?

Posted by admin On March - 16 - 20124 COMMENTS

It looks like the topic of legalizing crossbows is coming much closer to home following a February meeting in Vermont by the Fish and Wildlife Board. During that meeting, officials showcased a presentation about crossbow hunting, acting on a request from the board to do so following their receipt of three petitions requesting crossbows be legalized during the archery deer season.