Jslotter wrote:I found out quick that the deer I shoot during regular gun season are usually running away from other hunters. I thought my crap didn't stink for a long time because I seriously thought I was "God's gift" of a hunter to be able to fill my tags on opening day. The truth is, I was far from a good hunter. Bow hunting revealed to me a whole spectrum of things I never knew about myself until I began hunting by myself in the woods with a bow and arrow. I learned how deer really move without pressure, I learned about scent control and how the wind flow can make or break a hunt, I learned more about deer and myself while bow hunting than I will ever learn from reading a magazine or watching a video, and I learned the hard way by learning from mistakes. You have to have a good conscience and good patience. You must accept the fact you will make mistakes out there. There is really no easy way to better yourself as a bow hunter but to learn thru trial and error. Bow hunting will make you into a better hunter. I will guarantee you that.
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