I live in Charlottesville Virginia and i'm a hard core bowhunter. Glad to find a sight with other hardcore hunters. I'm looking for a bowhunting partner, ive just lived here for 3 years and don't know a lot of bowhunters if instrested please let me know. I've been bowhunting for about 30 years, i eat, drink and sleep bowhunting. ( deer, bear, and turkey) Thank you and good hunting
I live in Charlottesville and after 10 years finally have a local place to hunt where I don't have to go with someone else that has permission. I also hunt Pittsylvania county (Gretna) quite often. This is my first year with a bow and got a small 4 point on opening day and a good size doe two weekends ago. I haven't even carried my smoke pole in the woods yet this season and am thinking about hunting with my bow through rifle season as well!
congrads to everyone who got their deer. i let some does walk and a spike. i'm looking for mister big, but buck fevor will mess me up. i enjoy the rush, that is why i'm stuck on bowhunting. good hunting to u all
Hey guys....King Wiliam County---45 mins. NE of Richmond.
No rifles...bow, shotgun (no slugs) & muzzle loader. I got a nice 8 pointer with the smoke pole--I grunt called him in---
I took a gray fox & a turkey so far...
passed on a few small bucks & have not seen a single doe (on a doe day) yet. Going tomorrow & 4 days next week, hopefully I will fill my doe tags.
I live in alexandria and have had a difficult time finding places to hunt but over the holidays I secured a spot for next year and am planning a spring turkey hunt this will be my first time turkey hunting but i'm looking foward to it.
As the allure of hunting big whitetails becomes more and more a passion for many, we are finding that the recent (historically speaking) popularity of hunting deer from a tree stand is becoming the way to do it. I'll make no statement either for or against that technique here. This will be simply an essay on what I feel are some outstanding rifles for tree stand use.
Before we go even one more step, let's all remember that safety is first and foremost for anyone wanting to hunt...