I went stump shooting the other day and went looking for this!
The buck I killed this year I grunted him in from across a swamp, he stopped here for a minute to make this rub, I watched him make it, I grunted again and he came right to me!
If you look to the left of the tree that the rub is in, the first tree leaning away from my bow limb is the tree I was sitting in. Off the right side, the dark tree leaning in thats just above the beaver balls on my string is where he was standing when I put the arrow thru him! It was pretty awesome to go back there and hang out for a bit!
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Big River Longbow 66" 52# @ 28" Big River Longbow 66" 47# @ 28" Big River Longbow 62" 52# @ 28" Big River Recurve 60" 48# @ 28" NewWood Longbow 58" 45# @ 28"
Wisconsin Traditional Archers Ojibwa Bowhunters Posts: 3532 | From: S.E.Wisconsin/N.Michigan | Registered: Jan 2008
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Middle of the 1960's with my Black Widow bow by Wilson brothers(66"57#@31")and Micro Flight arrows and Eskimo 4 blade. It was kind of interesting the way we got that bobcat in that we were calling crows with a 45 RPM player and my buddy Weldon had shot a crow with a blunt and it flew off with the arrow. We split up to find it and I had walked about 30 yards and looked up in a oak and he was crouching. I drew and shot and when he hit the ground I shot him again.
-------------------- "Arrows into the wind", What a wounderful sight!!! Posts: 1605 | From: Fredericksburg,Tx 78624 | Registered: May 2004
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