Season 08 Wrap-Up Live Stream

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In case you missed us live, you’re not too late! Todd and Justin talk about the highlights of this season, give away some great prizes, and take viewer questions.

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  1. Tim Kress says:

    Are we Canadians. included in this contest??

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  2. Kevin Snyder says:

    Justin made a comment about accumulating bad habits regarding shooting a bow. I purposely do not shoot in any leagues because I believe I would get bad habits from shooting in a league. I have to admit I shoot a bow for only one reason, and that reason is to bow hunt. I bow hunt to get my meat that I live on all year. I haven’t bought meat in over 30 years. I shoot my bow at animal targets only and I shoot it thinking I’m only getting one shot to kill that animal and I practice see animal, “draw aim shoot”. As fast as you can say “draw aim shoot” is how fast I do the draw aim shoot. All my practicing is from a sitting position in a chair, or on my knees or sitting on the ground. I have killed hundreds of animals all over North America with a bow and only once was I standing. I don’t know of any shooting leagues where you can only shoot sitting down or kneeling and under a time limit. I have to keep everything consistent for me to be successful. For me, league shooting is the furthest thing in the world from killing live animals. I’ve never had the so called target panic and I attribute that to the way I practice. I don’t claim to be a great hunter nor a great shooter and I’m learning something new on every hunt. I just wanted to offer an alternative way of practicing that might help folks prevent bad habits and promote consistency for killing animals with a bow. I enjoy your show and the information and learning you provide for bow hunters.
    Thank you, Kevin

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  3. Robert simms says:

    Well hay my bow hunting consists of the same, but I have shot in turniments. 3D some I use the gurney as a good practice. Yes mostly I’m standing, but most of my bow kills I have been standing. One of my favorite shots is stream down in the back . No tracking that way. I use the 3D because of the different terrain , up , down hill and such. The light changes too ,So it can be beneficial. So good hunting.

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  4. Paul Blackburn says:

    I have practiced all kind of ways. Sitting and standing mostly. What I enjoyed most was 3-D shooting. The kicker to me was to be able to out shoot the better shooters. Learning to put an accurate shot on those 3-D targets. You learn how to get over target panic, and buck fever. It is a great sport. Try it, and keep it up. One 3-D shoot,. It was my turn, to shoot, a hog, down a funnel covered lane. It was deceptive , because of the shadow and the distance. My shot at 25 yards hit the target. It’s now my buddies turn. He asked his friend that was shooting with us, what was the distance to the target because he was having trouble guessing the distance. Rule # 1. You don’t tell opponents the distance to the targets. His friend said 45 yards. My buddy walked up to the line. Knocked an arrow and shot it for a distance of 45 yards. We never found that arrow because we were laughing so hard. We thought he knew it was absolutely not 45 yards, but he didn’t. That was funny. By the way Justin, shooting deer walking is not a bad shot. If it is angling forward. – Even when deer are standing still; a lot of your hunting staff, gut shoot them, as did this guy in this video. Too far.

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  5. Paul Blackburn says:

    Justin and Todd; I like your show a lot. It is just not a good idea to shoot a deer 50 yards and out. Why that arrow was wobbling in flight I don’t know. It’s knock could have turned and the fletch struck the arrow rest. Or like you said it could of hit the blind. If his arrows weren’t sighted in at fifty yards. However, at 25 yards they hit 2 inches to the left. The further the animal is a way , broadsided, the further the impact point will be to the left. Thus, a gut shot deer; As in this case.

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