Test Default link
There are many ways to skin a cat when it comes to bowhunting. Methods that hunters use in order to decrease the gap between them and the animal. Some folks are callers. Others use a decoy, still hunt or let the animal come to them by way of an ambush. All are viable options to harvest game with a bow. One of the most common methods for bowhunting — and particularly western bowhunting — is spot and stalk. Spot and stalk hunting consists of the hunter spotting an animal from a ways off, followed by closing the distance through calculated movements towards their quarry. It’s the ultimate test in getting close. Aside from hunting for the animals themselves, it’s equally important to hunt for the right country. This is something that often gets overlooked. Spot and stalk bowhunting can happen almost anywhere, but it shines within a certain set of circumstances. Matching the right country to the right method will yield more opportunities, resulting in higher success.