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The Tarantula

As the dust from the bull hitting the ground settled, my nerves and excitement began to take over. From the moment I pulled the trigger I began to shake. Post shot buck fever you could call it. The action happened so fast all the excitement seemed to catch up to me when I heard the distinct thwack of a solid hit. We knew I had just shot a big bull in velvet but how big remained to be determined. As we walked up on the bull it was better than I could have dreamed. It was a monster in every sense of the word. His massive, furry, velvet covered antlers made it look more like a giant tarantula basking in...

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Backyard Archery Practice for Hunting

Staying sharp for the hunting season means practical repetition year-round. While you may not be able to hit the mountains every day, there are some ways to practice those often-encountered hunting scenarios at the range. So that you can make a perfect shot when the opportunity arises to fill your freezer with some wild meat.  The Long Hold- With hunting scenarios, timing is everything. You have to draw unnoticed but you also have to make a shot at the opportune time. Many real-world scenarios these evets do not happen simultaneously. You may need to be at full draw for a while before shooting. As you hold at full draw the tension weakens your muscles causing the untrained to rush the shot, get shaky, or have to...

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