bowhunter


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bowhunter

(ˈbəʊˌhʌntə)
n
(Hunting) a person who hunts with a bow
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Curt Wells responds: Ken, thanks so much for the nice comments about Bowhunter TV.
I hope your article encourages every bowhunter to get involved with their state bowhunting organizations and conservation organizations and rediscover the community of bowhunting that made all this--the seasons, the industry, every part of it--possible.
There are many items a bowhunter must purchase to be successful in the field, representing great sales opportunities for the smart retailer.
ECO Mobbs received a complaint of a bowhunter hunting over a salt block.
Let me first say that I enjoy Bowhunter Magazine and Bowhunter TV, and I really have no complaints about either one.
I'm an old-school bowhunter, having started with a stickbow in 1965.
Since 1995, more than 6,000 bowhunters have participated in DEC's Bowhunter Sighting Log program.
The first good whitetail taken on honest ground with a bow is a special thing in a bowhunter's career.
On average, a beginning bowhunter cannot hit a deer's vital eight-inch chest zone beyond 20 or 25 yards.
TOTAL ARCHERY NUMBER OF DEER HARVEST BOWHUNTERS 2000 863,516 2,909,363 2001 863,516 3,091,929 2002 862,317 3,086,396 2003 799,109 3,012,157 2004 965,461 3,079,266 2005 968,082 3,082,082 2006 921,470 3,097,859 2007 1,025,827 3,179,014 2008 1,051,628 3,192,453 2009 1,038,599 3,224,446 2010 1,101,561 3,205,110 2011 1,111,252 3,340,927 2012 1,159,744 3,351,891 2013 1,244,789 3,456,477 2014 1,242,816 3,426,210 2015 1,226,969 3,399,071 2016 1,226,923 3,388,941 2017 1,155,629 3,439,673 2018 1,234,921 3,715,524 Bowhunter numbers have been increasing while the total number of hunters have been in decline for decades.
There is a strong traditional bowhunter organization here, using recurves and longbows mainly built here in Australia by local craftsmen.