Bowhunting In Transylvania

 

September 19, 2016

It is noted about the time Christ was born that the Native Americans adapted the bow and arrow as a primary weapon. This greatly extended their success from a hunt that took place within feet to one of yards. It is not uncommon to find the evidence of the weapons today, as arrowheads turn up in plowed fields or fresh dug soil in our county.

Although the equipment has changed and evolved tenfold to today's modern equipment, the hunt itself remains close to the experience of those in the past. One still needs to get well within the game's radar undetected and be able to draw the bow for a s...



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