I prefer to not use gloves but it beats losing all feeling in your hands. Then you are really going to shoot poorly! I like thin ones. I have got a fleece pair that is very warm and has rubberized grips on the palm. They are really nice for shooting the bow. Before those I was just using those thin cotton ones. They did not help all that much.
I wear a glove on my hand that holds the bow, but for my trigger finger hand, i tend to just keep it in my pocket to keep it warm. When it gets really cold I stick one or two hand warmers in the pocket. It works to keep it warm, but allows me to keep it ungloved. Not only do I like it for the trigger finger, but it helps me to feel my anchor point too.
Have you thought about a trip out west for big game? Have you dreamed about what it might be like to ride horseback through the beautiful Rocky Mountains, while looking for deer or elk? Have you dreamed maybe of traveling to Canada for a moose, elk, bear or deer hunt? Have you wondered what it might be like to see the wild Alaskan bush?
Well, I have a little advice for those who have wondered those, or similar thoughts. JUST DO IT!! If you think you might enjoy it, my bet is that you...