Reasons to Archery Hunt for Deer
As a female archery hunter, I am trying to reach out to my fellow women to get out into the woods and archery hunt! If you're a fan of the outdoors, it's a nice way to unwind and have the stress and duties of your life be put on hold. Women need a chance to relax and here's a perfect way to do it!
Top 10 Reasons to Archery Hunt (In no particular order)
- Ability to sit in the woods in the fresh air, with nothing on your mind but the sounds of the birds chirping and the squirrels gathering nuts.
- If your significant other hunts, it provides an activity for the both of you to do together!
- In archery season, the deer need to come alot closer than rifle season; usually to around 30 yards. This gives you, the hunter, an opportunity to observe the deer in their natural habitat...which is really cool!
- Archery hunting takes practice. Anyone who loves a challenge makes a great archery hunter. In most cases, one must shoot the bow throughout the year to become successful.
- In PA, you get to hunt while the buck are rutting. This is a great opportunity to shoot that monster buck because all he is worried about is getting to a doe, rather than the fact that he is running right by your stand during daylight hours!
- You often need to track your deer if the deer is shot in the woods, or runs into the woods. A broadhead is a little less lethal than a 150 grain bullet. In most cases, the deer will get hit, and then run for a while before laying down. This gives you an opportunity to learn how to track a deer, and make you better at it for the future.
- In PA, archery season is much warmer than rifle season. This means you don't have to sit out in the cold!
- If you get a deer, you'll have deer meat for the upcoming year!
- In PA, archery season comes before rifle season, so you get a chance to score a big one before the deer get spooked by all of the guns firing.
- It's a fun sport to participate in and pass on to your kids or grandkids, or even other family members or friends!
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